Assessment Of Strengths-Based Interventions On First-Year Medical Students, 2021 Olivet Nazarene University
Assessment Of Strengths-Based Interventions On First-Year Medical Students, Linnette C. White
Scholar Week 2016 - present
In the quest for a doctoral degree many candidates fail to meet their milestone accomplishment. It is estimated that approximately 30% of individuals that pursue a doctoral degree will not finish. Medical school has been found to be a very intensive program to pursue for many who begin the journey. Despite its difficulty, 81.6 % to 84.3% of medical students achieve the status of medical practitioner within a three-to-four-year program. Despite the seemingly high completion rate, the achievement gap has future implications on physician shortages. The researcher conducted a quantitative study to determine the impact training first-year medical students ...
Content Analysis Of Hospital Reviews From Differing Sources: Does Review Source Matter?, 2021 Farmingdale State University of New York
Content Analysis Of Hospital Reviews From Differing Sources: Does Review Source Matter?, Sayeedul Islam, Sara Mir, Caroline Defina, Carolina Silva
Journal of Excellence in Nursing and Healthcare Practice
Social media has had an impact on how patients find and evaluate medical professionals and their experiences of modern healthcare. Qualitative research in healthcare has increased its focus on social media. The present study examined 497 reviews of hospitals in the Pittsburgh area across three websites: Google, Yelp, and Healthgrades. Using computerized content analysis tools (CATA), we analyzed positive and negative comments to identify key themes. Key themes and words included “doctor,” “hospital,” “staff,” and “time.” These findings highlight the importance of medical staff to patient experience. Results indicated that Yelp had the lowest average rating. CATA also revealed that ...
Surgical Patients’ Hospital Experience Scores: Neighborhood Context Conceptual Framework, 2021 Chapman University
Surgical Patients’ Hospital Experience Scores: Neighborhood Context Conceptual Framework, Ashley Wendell Kranjac, Dinko Kranjac, Michelle A. Fortier, Pat Patton, Brad Giafaglione, Zeev N. Kain
Sociology Faculty Articles and Research
Through geocoding the physical residential address included in the electronic medical record to the census tract level, we present a novel model for concomitant examination of individual patient-related and residential context-related factors that are associated with patient-reported experience scores.
Summary Background Data:
When assessing patient experience in the surgical setting, researchers need to examine the potential influence of neighborhood-level characteristics on patient experience-of-care ratings.
We geocoded the residential address included in the electronic medical record (EMR) from a tertiary care facility to the census tract level of Orange County, CA. We then linked each individual record to the ...
In Gratitude Of 2020 Jpcrr Peer Reviewers, 2021 Advocate Aurora Health
In Gratitude Of 2020 Jpcrr Peer Reviewers
Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
Peer review is an essential component to publishing high-quality scientific literature. Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews relies on volunteer reviewers to grade and improve submissions to the journal. Our editorial team gratefully acknowledges the experts credited in this supplement for their generous contributions in 2020.
Occupational Therapy In Primary Care -- Barriers, Pivots, And Outcomes: A Pilot Study, 2021 Arizona State University
Occupational Therapy In Primary Care -- Barriers, Pivots, And Outcomes: A Pilot Study, Sue Dahl-Popolizio, Gretchen Anne Roman, Felicia Trembath, Bradley Doebbeling, Alyssa Concha-Chavez
Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice
Purpose: Habits, roles, and routines are important behaviors that affect lifestyle and can lead to the development of chronic disease such as diabetes mellitus. Primary care physicians (PCPs) have limited time, suggesting an interprofessional team approach would be beneficial in helping patients modify behaviors for the prevention and treatment of chronic disease. Occupational therapists (OTs) specialize in addressing health behaviors, and literature supports including OTs on the primary care team to improve the self-management techniques of patients with chronic disease. This study was guided by Lifestyle Redesign®, an evidence-based program that addresses the health behaviors of patients with diabetes ...
Altered Physiology Of Gastrointestinal Vagal Afferents Following Neurotrauma, 2021 Pennsylvania State University - College of Medicine
Altered Physiology Of Gastrointestinal Vagal Afferents Following Neurotrauma, Emily N. Blanke, Gregory M. Holmes, Emily M. Besecker
Health Sciences Faculty Publications
The adaptability of the central nervous system has been revealed in several model systems. Of particular interest to central nervous system-injured individuals is the ability for neural components to be modified for regain of function. In both types of neurotrauma, traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury, the primary parasympathetic control to the gastrointestinal tract, the vagus nerve, remains anatomically intact. However, individuals with traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury are highly susceptible to gastrointestinal dysfunctions. Such gastrointestinal dysfunctions attribute to higher morbidity and mortality following traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. While the vagal efferent output remains ...
Physician Assistant_Fort Lauderdale_2021, 2021 Nova Southeastern University
Physician Assistant_Fort Lauderdale_2021, Nova Southeastern University
Health Professions Divisions Course Catalogs
No abstract provided.
Sperm Dna Methylation Mediates The Association Of Male Age On Reproductive Outcomes Among Couples Undergoing Infertility Treatment, 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst
Sperm Dna Methylation Mediates The Association Of Male Age On Reproductive Outcomes Among Couples Undergoing Infertility Treatment, Oladele A. Oluwayiose, Haotian Wu, Hachem Saddiki, Brian W. Whitcomb, Laura B. Balzer, Nicole Brandon, Alexander Suvorov, Rahil Tayyab, Cynthia K. Sites, Lisa Hill, Chelsea Marcho, J. Richard Pilsner
Environmental Health Sciences Faculty Publication Series
Parental age at time of offspring conception is increasing in developed countries. Advanced male age is associated with decreased reproductive success and increased risk of adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes in offspring. Mechanisms for these male age effects remain unclear, but changes in sperm DNA methylation over time is one potential explanation. We assessed genome-wide methylation of sperm DNA from 47 semen samples collected from male participants of couples seeking infertility treatment. We report that higher male age was associated with lower likelihood of fertilization and live birth, and poor embryo development (p < 0.05). Furthermore, our multivariable linear models showed male age was associated with alterations in sperm methylation at 1698 CpGs and 1146 regions (q < 0.05), which were associated with > 750 genes enriched in embryonic development, behavior and neurodevelopment ... 0.05).>
The Relationship Between Optimism And Bmi In Generation Z – An Exploratory Investigation., 2021 Georgia Southern University
The Relationship Between Optimism And Bmi In Generation Z – An Exploratory Investigation., Allison Tucker
Honors College Theses
Optimism is defined as explaining and expecting the future in a positive manner (Seligman, 2017). Biber and Czech (2015) have shown a significant negative correlation between optimism and overall BMI. PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to examine differences between Optimism and Healthy, Overweight and Obese Generation Z university students. METHODS: This study is classified as aquantitative, quasi-experimental, cross-sectional descriptive study. There were 2287 participants- 986 male and 1285 female who were all aged 18-22. Participants attended a southeastern University and were enrolled in a required physical activity course. These students were classified in the Generation Z. Participants self-reported ...
Language Concordance In Medicine And The Need For Medical Schools To Require Taking A Foreign Language As An Intervention Method To Minimize Language Barriers In The U.S., Mary K. Yousif
Honors College Theses
During medical school future student doctors are exposed to a multitude of patients, both natives and non-natives. However, there is no course offering (such as a foreign language or culture class) provided within the curriculum that prepares them for these future interactions. With communication being one of the primary skills used in healthcare, it is imperative to discuss the effects it can cause on a patient if not established. Overall, the goal of this research is to conduct a literary investigation regarding this matter and educate the medical community about the importance of providing effective communication in medicine. This begins ...
Assessing Healthcare Leader Competency Proficiency Levels In Evaluating Graduate Healthcare Leadership Student Competency Proficiency Levels And Curriculum, 2020 Minnesota State University Moorhead
Assessing Healthcare Leader Competency Proficiency Levels In Evaluating Graduate Healthcare Leadership Student Competency Proficiency Levels And Curriculum, Brandi A. Sillerud, Heather C. Winkler
The Interactive Journal of Global Leadership and Learning
Healthcare leaders must possess specific competencies to perform their job requirements by identifying what competencies may need development and take steps to further their education, knowledge, and proficiency. This exploratory research aims to utilize industry data when evaluating student competency proficiency and how that data might impact curriculum development. The research question that is addressed: At what competency proficiency level do working healthcare leaders rate themselves utilizing Benner’s Novice to Expert Theory (1982)? Graduate programs should evaluate current industry data to evaluate how students’ progress in their programs and determine if curriculum changes are needed. Graduate programs should also ...
Who Are The Older Adults Who Drown In Western Australia? A Cluster Analysis Using Coronial Drowning Data., Meg Abercromby, Dr Justine E. Leavy, Lauren Nimmo, Dr Gemma Crawford
International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education
Drowning amongst older people is a growing concern. Exploring demographic and other factors associated with unintentional drowning incidents amongst older adults may assist to identify key target groups and refine prevention strategies. This study sought to examine the heterogeneity of older individuals who have drowned and identify population subgroups in Western Australia (WA). A cluster analysis was used to segment the population by examining coronial data 2001-2018 (n = 93). Analysis identified four groups; 1) ‘men who boat & fish in company’ 2) ‘affluent men with poor health’ 3) ‘non-drinkers who boat and fish’, and 4) ‘older men, who slipped or fell ...
Stem Education In College: An Analysis Of Stakeholders’ Recent Challenges And Potential Solutions, 2020 Nova Southeastern University
Stem Education In College: An Analysis Of Stakeholders’ Recent Challenges And Potential Solutions, Santanu De, Georgina Arguello
A vast majority of academic disciplines and curricula in the college center around Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), which are critical to developing the skills necessary for a global workforce. Rapid changes in pedagogical setups, educational modes, and advances in instructional technology entail diverse challenges for key stakeholders (i.e. students, faculty, and the organizations). This paper highlights the most relevant challenges and potential solutions in STEM higher education at the college level, reported in the last decade. The holistic analysis combining the three stakeholders’ perspectives would help elucidate significant contemporary aspects impacting the fields. The goal is to ...
Acute Ischemic Stroke As The Presenting Feature Of Covid-19 In The Young And Pregnant, 2020 MountainView Hospital-Nevada
Acute Ischemic Stroke As The Presenting Feature Of Covid-19 In The Young And Pregnant, Nermila A. Ballmick, Jiri F. Kubac, Hossein Akhondi
HCA Healthcare Journal of Medicine
Introduction: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an emerging and rapidly evolving public health issue that has become globally widespread and an overwhelming pandemic. Clinical manifestations of the disease include asymptomatic carrier states, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and even multiorgan dysfunction. Here, we present a unique and rare case of an acute ischemic stroke (AIS) in an asymptomatic pregnant woman with no predisposing medical illnesses.
Discussion: An 18-year-old G2P1 African American woman at 7 weeks gestational age with no significant medical or family history presenting to the Emergency Department during the initial phases of the pandemic with complaints of new onset left ...
Missed Appointment Rates And The Implication On Primary Care Practice, 2020 University of Missouri-St. Louis
Missed Appointment Rates And The Implication On Primary Care Practice, Kelly Martin
Problem: Missed appointments cost primary care facilities money and resources through lack of utilization. When patients fail to attend their scheduled appointment the providers are non-productive when they could be seeing other patients that are potentially moved to other days, sending patients to other providers, or worse sending patients to the prompt care or the Emergency Department for care. The missed appointment rate at Office A Primary Care is approximately ten percent, while Office B has a nearly 11% missed appointment rate. Both facilities make reminder calls to patients the day before their appointments to remind them of their appointment ...
Gut Reactions And Clinical Decisions, 2020 Beaumont Hospital Wayne Family Medicine Residency
Gut Reactions And Clinical Decisions, Joseph Friedli Md
Clinical Research in Practice: The Journal of Team Hippocrates
The author reflects on a patient encounter where the diagnosis was made by gut reaction.
Identification Of Non-Cholinergic Receptors In Embryonic Zebrafish Skeletal Muscle, 2020 Murray State University
Identification Of Non-Cholinergic Receptors In Embryonic Zebrafish Skeletal Muscle, Rhiannon Huffines
No abstract provided.
The Experience Of Early Mobility After One Week Of Hospital-Acquired Deconditioning, 2020 University of Missouri St. Louis
The Experience Of Early Mobility After One Week Of Hospital-Acquired Deconditioning, Lila S. Moersch
Older adults who are hospitalized spend most of their time in bed. Prolonged bed rest and immobility in older adults may result in deconditioning of the muscles, leading to a loss of muscle mass and strength. The loss of muscle mass results in weakness and reduced physiological functioning post-hospital discharge. Immobility is especially problematic in older adults who naturally lose muscle mass and strength due to the aging process. Older adults who experience weakness post-hospital discharge face challenges with mobility. The purpose of this study was to describe the early mobility experiences of adults who are 60 years old ...
An Examination Of Job Embeddedness Factors And Their Influence On Longevity And New Or Established Status Of Physician Assistant Faculty, Abby Saunders
Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)
The Physician Assistant (PA) profession has grown at a rapid rate with an expected increase of 31% by 2028 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2019). PA educational programs are expanding to fill the demand. However, faculty shortages have persisted for years. During the 2017-2018 academic year, 75.5% of new faculty were recruited directly from the clinical environment with no prior experience in PA education, and for those who leave academia, 25.7% report a return to clinical practice (PAEA, 2018). New PA faculty are often not provided adequate mentorship or guidance which can influence perception of satisfaction in their academic ...
Optimizing Wellness In Academic Emergency Medicine, 2020 University of Colorado School of Medicine
Optimizing Wellness In Academic Emergency Medicine, Kristen E. Nordenholz, Al'ai Alvarez, Michelle D. Lall, Christine Stehman, Cindy C. Bitter, Emily L. Hirsh, Rita Manfredi, Rosanna D. Sikora, Dave W. Lu, Leon D. Sanchez, Matthew L. Wong, Steven Bird, Andra L. Blomkalns
Journal of Wellness
Academic Emergency Physicians (EPs) face additional unique challenges in optimizing wellness compared to community EPs.
Our objective was to explore specific individual and systems challenges that academic EPs encounter that affect their wellbeing and professional fulfillment in emergency medicine (EM).
An expert group of academic EPs convened in 2019 at the annual meeting of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine to investigate the overall causes of burnout in healthcare providers, the effects of burnout on the healthcare system, specific causes of burnout in EM, and the distinct challenges facing academic emergency physicians.
We outline specific causes ...