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Inferring A Consensus Problem List Using Penalized Multistage Models For Ordered Data, Philip S. Boonstra, John C. Krauss 2019 The University Of Michigan

Inferring A Consensus Problem List Using Penalized Multistage Models For Ordered Data, Philip S. Boonstra, John C. Krauss

The University of Michigan Department of Biostatistics Working Paper Series

A patient's medical problem list describes his or her current health status and aids in the coordination and transfer of care between providers, among other things. Because a problem list is generated once and then subsequently modified or updated, what is not usually observable is the provider-effect. That is, to what extent does a patient's problem in the electronic medical record actually reflect a consensus communication of that patient's current health status? To that end, we report on and analyze a unique interview-based design in which multiple medical providers independently generate problem lists for each of three ...


Body And Disease 2008: An Integrated Course Teaching Pathology, Pharmacology, Immunology And Microbiology, Janil Puthucheary, Doyle Graham, Charles A. Gullo Phd, Hwang Nina Chih, Lynette Oon, Tan Soo Yong, Sandy Cook 2019 gullo@marshall.edu

Body And Disease 2008: An Integrated Course Teaching Pathology, Pharmacology, Immunology And Microbiology, Janil Puthucheary, Doyle Graham, Charles A. Gullo Phd, Hwang Nina Chih, Lynette Oon, Tan Soo Yong, Sandy Cook

Charles Gullo

The Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore (Duke-NUS) Body and Disease course is a 20-week, integrated course occurring at the end of the first year. The course covers four basic science topics: Pathology, Pharmacology, Immunology, and Microbiology and is modelled after the same course from the Duke University School of Medicine (DSOM) in Durham, North Carolina, USA. The structure of the course, as delivered by DSOM, was adapted to meet the needs and structure of the Duke-NUS programme. In addition, the course was adapted significantly to incorporate the Team-Based Learning methodology. In this paper, we detail how we approached these unique ...


The Effects Of Community Size, Control Over Agenda, And Contextual Variables On Zika Virus Preparation Of Public Information Officers At Local Public Health Departments, Elizabeth Johnson Avery 2019 University of Tennessee - Knoxville

The Effects Of Community Size, Control Over Agenda, And Contextual Variables On Zika Virus Preparation Of Public Information Officers At Local Public Health Departments, Elizabeth Johnson Avery

Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research

As Zika emerged as a major global health threat, public information officers (PIOs) at local public health departments across the United States prepared for outbreaks of the virus amid great uncertainty. Using the crisis and risk emergency communication (CERC) model to inform this study, PIOs (n = 226) at public health departments were surveyed to assess how community size, perceived control over health agenda, and other considerations such as resources and federal influences affected their satisfaction with Zika preparedness in their departments. These contextual, indirect factors may moderate planning efforts for Zika and other health emergencies and thus should be considered ...


Using Objective Structured Teaching Encounters (Ostes) To Prepare Chief Residents To Be Emotionally Intelligent Leaders, S. A. Cerrone, P. Adelman, S. Akbar, A. C. Yacht, A. Fornari 2019 Northwell Health

Using Objective Structured Teaching Encounters (Ostes) To Prepare Chief Residents To Be Emotionally Intelligent Leaders, S. A. Cerrone, P. Adelman, S. Akbar, A. C. Yacht, A. Fornari

Alice Fornari

No abstract provided.


How-To Guide For Active Learning, A. Fornari, A. Poznanski 2019 Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

How-To Guide For Active Learning, A. Fornari, A. Poznanski

Alice Fornari

No abstract provided.


Tell Me More: Promoting Compassionate Patient Care Through Conversations With Medical Students, Danielle Qing, Anjali Narayan, Kristin Reese, Sarah Hartman, Taranjeet Ahuja, Alice Fornari 2019 Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

Tell Me More: Promoting Compassionate Patient Care Through Conversations With Medical Students, Danielle Qing, Anjali Narayan, Kristin Reese, Sarah Hartman, Taranjeet Ahuja, Alice Fornari

Alice Fornari

Tell Me More® (TMM) is a medical student driven project that represents a movement amongst the rising generation of physicians to practice humanistic, patient-centered medicine through a collaborative approach. Students interviewed patients to create individualized posters designed to build rapport and trust between patients and clinicians, remind patients of their special strengths by highlighting their unique interests and qualities, and encourage more personal and compassionate patient-clinician interactions in order to enhance the patient experience. Students asked each patient three questions: 1. “How would your friends describe you?” 2. “What are your strengths?” 3. “What has been most meaningful to you ...


Developing A Literature-Based Interview Script To Explore Mentorship Models In Medical Education Scholarship: A Collaboration Among Six Medical Institutions, Donna O'Malley, Saori Wendy Herman, Eileen CichoskiKelly, Alice Fornari, Rebecca D. Blanchard, Steven Rougas, Norma S. Saks, Jennifer Kogan 2019 University of Vermont

Developing A Literature-Based Interview Script To Explore Mentorship Models In Medical Education Scholarship: A Collaboration Among Six Medical Institutions, Donna O'Malley, Saori Wendy Herman, Eileen Cichoskikelly, Alice Fornari, Rebecca D. Blanchard, Steven Rougas, Norma S. Saks, Jennifer Kogan

Alice Fornari

Purpose

Medical education scholarship (MES), including medical education research, is meaningful work that benefits faculty, as well as learners and their institutions. Negotiating the terrain of MES – which often includes new languages, systems, and thought processes – requires consistent and effective mentorship. Unfortunately, effective mentorship for MES is lacking and an effective mentorship model has not been identified.

The purpose of this project was to conduct a literature search to inform and refine an interview script as the first part of a larger project that will identify elements of a model for MES. This abstract describes the systematic search process and ...


A Collaborative Distance Approach Using The Evidence To Build A Model For Medical Education Mentorship, Eileen CichoskiKelly, Donna O'Malley, Wendy Herman, Alice Fornari, Rebecca D. Blanchard 2019 University of Vermont

A Collaborative Distance Approach Using The Evidence To Build A Model For Medical Education Mentorship, Eileen Cichoskikelly, Donna O'Malley, Wendy Herman, Alice Fornari, Rebecca D. Blanchard

Alice Fornari

Background/Purpose: Medical education scholarship (MES) is meaningful work that not only benefits the faculty but also the learners and their institutions. Clinical teaching faculty who engage in Medical Education Research can ensure that their scholarship is directly applied to practice.3 While clinical research skills may be taught directly the adaptation of clinical research skills to MES is limited, lacking in fundamental skills related to terminology, measurement, and literature.1, 2 Inevitably, success depends on good mentorship. Negotiating the terrain of medical education scholarship requires consistent and effective mentorship.3 Unfortunately, effective mentorship for medical education scholarship is lacking ...


Neutralizing Antibodies Against West Nile Virus Identified Directly From Human B Cells By Single-Cell Analysis And Next Generation Sequencing, K. Tsioris, N. T. Gupta, A. O. Ogunniyi, R. M. Zimnisky, F. Qian, Y. Yao, X. Wang, J. N. Stern, R. Chari, J. C. Love 2019 Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Neutralizing Antibodies Against West Nile Virus Identified Directly From Human B Cells By Single-Cell Analysis And Next Generation Sequencing, K. Tsioris, N. T. Gupta, A. O. Ogunniyi, R. M. Zimnisky, F. Qian, Y. Yao, X. Wang, J. N. Stern, R. Chari, J. C. Love

Joel N.H. Stern

West Nile virus (WNV) infection is an emerging mosquito-borne disease that can lead to severe neurological illness and currently has no available treatment or vaccine. Using microengraving, an integrated single-cell analysis method, we analyzed a cohort of subjects infected with WNV - recently infected and post-convalescent subjects - and efficiently identified four novel WNV neutralizing antibodies. We also assessed the humoral response to WNV on a single-cell and repertoire level by integrating next generation sequencing (NGS) into our analysis. The results from single-cell analysis indicate persistence of WNV-specific memory B cells and antibody-secreting cells in post-convalescent subjects. These cells exhibited class-switched antibody ...


The Intersection Of Marital Problems, Unhealthy Lifestyles, And Adhd Challenges.Pdf, Ron J. Hammond, Christopher Anderson Ph.D., Devin Gilbert, Justin Wilbert, Michelle Chatterly 2019 Utah Valley University

The Intersection Of Marital Problems, Unhealthy Lifestyles, And Adhd Challenges.Pdf, Ron J. Hammond, Christopher Anderson Ph.D., Devin Gilbert, Justin Wilbert, Michelle Chatterly

Ron J. Hammond

Obesity is a well-documented health risk in many nations and particularly in the United States. Pharmacological and surgical treatments are not shown to be universally available and have inherent risks.  Long-term lifestyle changes in diet and exercise are encouraged for initial weight-loss as well as maintaining weight loss thereafter. Marital status and well-being have been associated with marital challenges which intersect spousal health issues.  The purpose of this study was to further investigate the statistical relationship between ADHD, Obesity, and Marital Status and Quality. Using a random sample of 10,000 former Utah Valley University students a sample of 177 ...


Nadolol In Pregnancy: A Medical Student’S Reflection On Her Pregnancy, Rebecca King-Mallory, Shawndra Barker, Kaitlin McGrogan, Adam M. Franks 2019 Trident Medical Center, South Carolina

Nadolol In Pregnancy: A Medical Student’S Reflection On Her Pregnancy, Rebecca King-Mallory, Shawndra Barker, Kaitlin Mcgrogan, Adam M. Franks

Adam M. Franks, MD

Hypertension is a common concern during pregnancy. Beta-blockers are one potential treatment, but third trimester exposure has correlated with an increased risk of perinatal events. Nadolol, a nonselective beta blocker, has properties that differ from those of its selective counterparts, including longer half-life, decreased protein binding, and renal excretion in the unchanged form. There is very limited data on the use of nadolol during pregnancy, and its safety has not been completely evaluated. This case study documents the perinatal outcomes of nadolol use throughout a medical student’s pregnancy and explores the experience in obtaining and undergoing medical care.


Are Providers Prepared For Genomic Medicine: Interpretation Of Direct-To- Consumer Genetic Testing (Dtc-Gt) Results And Genetic Self-Efficacy By Medical Professionals, Scott McGrath, Dhundy Raj Bastola 2019 University of Nebraska at Omaha

Are Providers Prepared For Genomic Medicine: Interpretation Of Direct-To- Consumer Genetic Testing (Dtc-Gt) Results And Genetic Self-Efficacy By Medical Professionals, Scott Mcgrath, Dhundy Raj Bastola

Student Research and Creative Activity Fair

Purpose:

Precision medicine is set to deliver a rich new data set of genomic information. However, the number of certified specialists in the United States is small, with only 4,244 genetic counselors and 1,302 clinical geneticists. We conducted a national survey of 264 medical professionals to evaluate how they interpret genetic test results, determine their confidence and self-efficacy of interpreting genetic test results with patients, and capture their opinions and experiences with direct-to- consumer genetic tests (DTC-GT).

Methods:

Participants were grouped into two categories, genetic specialists (genetic counselors and clinical geneticists) and medical providers (primary care, internists, physicians ...


Editorial: Presenting The Proceedings Of The 6th Symposium Of The Society For Evolutionary Medicine And Health (Emg), Rainer J. Klement, Klaus Steger 2019 Department of Radiation Oncology, Leopodina Hospital Schweinfurt

Editorial: Presenting The Proceedings Of The 6th Symposium Of The Society For Evolutionary Medicine And Health (Emg), Rainer J. Klement, Klaus Steger

Journal of Evolution and Health

No abstract provided.


Cime Newsletter : February 2019, CIME 2019 Aga Khan University

Cime Newsletter : February 2019, Cime

CIME Newsletter

-Programmed to Deliver
-Interviewing a mental health client: A ‘How To’ workshop for nurses
-The Basics of Critical Care made interactive through simulation
-A Critical Care Toolkit for Nursing Students
-Managing Medical Emergencies in the Dental Chair
-Celebrating CIME’s Culture Day – any excuse to get dressed up!


March 2019, SWOSU Bulldog Wellness Committee 2019 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

March 2019, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee

SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS

The Bulldog Wellness Committee has 1 standing desk available to be loaned out for a 4 month trial basis. The desk has a two-tiered design with separate keyboard/mouse deck and a spring-assisted lift mechanism that allows for easy access when either sitting or standing. Contact Christina Darras at (580) 774-3159 or email christina.darras@swosu.edu to reserve your desk today.


Premedical Programs Newsletter, March-April 2019, University of Dayton 2019 University of Dayton

Premedical Programs Newsletter, March-April 2019, University Of Dayton

Premedical Program Campus Communications

Newsletter for students, staff, and faculty in the premedical and predental programs. This issue contains information about the Miami Valley Hospital Healthcare Symposium; Mental Health First Aid; Healthy Minds survey; summer fellowship opportunities; and professional school acceptance announcements.


A Case Study Exploring The Role Of Faculty In Providing Academic Support To First- And Second-Year Medical Students, Deborah Fawn West 2019 Liberty University

A Case Study Exploring The Role Of Faculty In Providing Academic Support To First- And Second-Year Medical Students, Deborah Fawn West

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

The purpose of this instrumental case study is to understand what role faculty play in providing academic support to first- and second-year medical students at an osteopathic medical college in the United States. Academic support is defined as instructional methods or educational services provided to students in an effort to help them meet learning standards, The theory guiding this study is andragogy, developed by Malcolm Knowles (1913- 1997), as faculty’s beliefs about the needs of adult learners may affect how they provide academic support to students demonstrating poor academic performance. One central question and three sub-questions guided this study ...


Comparing The Causal Implications Of Clinical Unit Placements On Senior Bachelor Of Science In Nursing Students' Cognitive Decision-Making Processes, Shelley Layne Blackwood 2019 Liberty University

Comparing The Causal Implications Of Clinical Unit Placements On Senior Bachelor Of Science In Nursing Students' Cognitive Decision-Making Processes, Shelley Layne Blackwood

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

Evidence suggests that new nursing graduates entering the workforce struggle with decision making. Poor clinical decisions often lead to undesirable patient outcomes. Utilizing quantitative, causal-comparative, pretest-posttest design, this research explored the effect of four categories of clinical unit placements (specialty units, acute care, critical care, and emergency departments) on senior bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) students’ cognitive decision-making processes to explore which type of unit, if any, significantly changes nursing student cognitive processes while making decisions. A convenience sample of 30 senior BSN students from a private, faith-based university completed both a demographic survey and the Nurse Decision Making ...


Essential Skills For Family Medicine Residents Practicing Integrated Behavioral Health: A Delphi Study, Matt Martin, Leslie Allison, Elizabeth Banks, David Bauman, Jennifer Harsh, Amber L. Hewitt, Linda Myerholtz, Max Zubatsky, Larry Mauksch 2019 Arizona State University

Essential Skills For Family Medicine Residents Practicing Integrated Behavioral Health: A Delphi Study, Matt Martin, Leslie Allison, Elizabeth Banks, David Bauman, Jennifer Harsh, Amber L. Hewitt, Linda Myerholtz, Max Zubatsky, Larry Mauksch

Center for Integrated Primary Care Publications

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: There are several trends compelling physicians to acquire team-based skills for interprofessional care. One underdeveloped area of team-based skills for physicians is integrated behavioral health (IBH) in primary care. We used a Delphi method to explore what skills were needed for residents to practice integrated behavioral health.

METHODS: We conducted a literature review of IBH competencies and found 41 competencies across seven domains unique to physicians. Using a modified Delphi technique, we recruited family medicine educators to rate each competency as "essential," "compatible," or "irrelevant." We also shared findings from the Delphi study with a focus group ...


Attitudes And Barriers To Evidence-Based Practice In Optometry Educators, Catherine M. Suttle, Kirsten L. Challinor, Rachel E. Thompson, Konrad Pesudovs, Leanne Togher, Neville Chiavaroli, Adrian Lee, Barbara Junghans, Fiona Stapleton, Kathleen Watt, Isabelle Jalbert 2019 Australian Catholic University

Attitudes And Barriers To Evidence-Based Practice In Optometry Educators, Catherine M. Suttle, Kirsten L. Challinor, Rachel E. Thompson, Konrad Pesudovs, Leanne Togher, Neville Chiavaroli, Adrian Lee, Barbara Junghans, Fiona Stapleton, Kathleen Watt, Isabelle Jalbert

Neville Chiavaroli

Purpose: Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an essential component of good quality, patient-centered health care. This requires practitioners to acquire EBP skills and knowledge during undergraduate and continuing education. Evidence-based practice education exists in a range of health care disciplines, including optometry. Evidence-based practice education, however, depends on relevant skills and knowledge in educators. Courses and workshops exist for the development of EBP teaching skills in some areas of health care but not in optometry. Here, we describe a pilot workshop designed to enhance the teaching of EBP and to investigate the perspectives of optometric educators on EBP including their attitudes ...


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