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At Wake Forest Baptist Health, What the Mechanics of Clinical Transformation Look Like

Mark HaglandChi Huang, M.D., executive medical director of general medicine, is helping to advance clinical transformation processes at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem, North Carolina


Singapore Clinical Laboratories Market 2018-2021: Guidelines for Clinical Laboratories ...

DUBLIN, Nov. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Analysis of the Singapore Clinical Laboratories Market, Forecast to 2021" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Healthcare Read more...

Salk scientists show how brain cells filter information in groups

When we perceive the world around us, certain objects appear to be more noticeable than others, depending on what we do. For example, when we view a forest-covered mountain from a distance, the forest looks like a large green carpet. But as we get closer, we start noticing the individual trees, and the forest fades to the background.


It's not trails that disturb forest birds, but the people on them

(Frontiers) The physical presence of trails has less impact on forest birds than how frequently the trails are used by people, finds the first study to disentangle the effect of forest trails from the presence of humans. This is also the case when trails have been used for decades, suggesting that forest birds do not get used to human activity. To minimize disturbance, people should avoid roaming ...

Loss of forest intactness increases extinction risk in birds

(Wiley) Fragmentation within intact forests has a higher impact on vertebrate biodiversity than equivalent losses in already degraded landscapes, but the relationship between forest 'intactness' and extinction risk has not been quantified. In a new Animal Conservation study, researchers assessed the threat to forest-dependent birds (about 23 percent of all the world's birds) in relation to the pro...

Wake Forest Baptist receives federal grants to study neurological disorders and stroke

(Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center) The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has awarded Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center two five-year grants, each worth approximately $1.5 million, to participate in two nationwide clinical trial networks.

Wake Forest Baptist Health Launches Tele-ICU Services for Real-Time Clinical Data

Wake Forest Baptist Health, an academic medical center and healthcare system based in Winston-Salem, NC has announced the launch of tele-ICU services at three hospitals within the health system through Advanced ICU Care. Advanced ICU Care’s high-acuity telemedicine services treat more ICU patients and save more lives than any other independent tele-ICU provider in the ... Read More

Clark University researchers: Development threatens tropical forests

(Clark University) While infrastructure expansion has been broadly investigated as a driver of deforestation, the impacts of extractive industry and its interactions with infrastructure investment on forest cover are less well studied. These challenges are urgent given growing pressure for infrastructure investment and resource extraction. The authors use geospatial and qualitative data from Amazo...

Author and Photographer Combine Talents to Introduce Readers to the World of Forest Bathing

SHREWSBURY, Mass. (PRWEB) January 07, 2019 Author Lisa Zschuschen has had many personal struggles with depression and anxiety. However, forest bathing has calmed her. Meanwhile, photographer Patricia Ahearn discovered all the health benefits of forest bathing during life's most difficult...

A Trojan horse delivery method for miRNA-enriched extracellular vesicles

(Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center) A method for large-scale production of extracellular vesicles enriched with specific microRNAs (miRNAs) has been developed in the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) labs, offering a manufacturing standardization process which may have therapeutic applications and clinical impact.

How the forest copes with the summer heat

(University of Basel) Between April and August this year, Switzerland and central Europe have experienced the driest summer season since 1864. Especially the forest seems to suffer from this dry spell. A current study by the University of Basel indicates now that native forest trees can cope much better with the drought than previously expected. It is, however, too early to give the all-clear as a...

Sonora Quest Labs Taps BaseHealth to Leverage Lab Data to Reveal Patient Health Risks

In its first deployment of the new platform, BaseHealth is partnering with Sonora Quest Laboratories, Arizona’s leading provider of diagnostic testing and information services. BaseHealth’s platform combines laboratory data with insurance claims data, published clinical research, and other data sources then apply machine learning to prospectively identify patient health risks and suggest ap...

New Research: Streamside forests store tons of carbon

(Point Blue Conservation Science) In a new effort from Point Blue Conservation Science and Santa Clara University, researchers led by Dr. Kristen Dybala compiled carbon storage data from 117 publications, reports, and other data sets on streamside forests around the world. Researchers found that the average amount of carbon stored in mature streamside forest rivals the highest estimates for any ot...

Wake Forest Baptist awarded $8 Million to study intervention for diabetes

(Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center) The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded $8 million to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to study cognitive decline and impairment in older adults with type 2 diabetes who are overweight or obese.

Tropical treetops are warming, putting sensitive species at risk

(Florida State University) New research from FSU scientists show that tropical forest canopies are warming significantly faster than air temperatures. That could mean major consequences for overall forest health.

Waltham Forest stabbing: Detectives recover car ‘used to ram 14-year-old boy’ – The Independent

Waltham Forest stabbing: Detectives recover car ‘used to ram 14-year-old boy' The IndependentWaltham Forest stabbing: Jayden Moodie murder police find car BBC NewsBoy, 14, hunted down and executed amid ‘postcode gang war' as godmother says London knife violence ‘out of han The SunFatal stabbing of moped rider, 14, was targeted attack, police say Blackpool GazetteNottingham boy 14, who wa...

Carbon emissions from Amazonian forest fires up to 4 times worse than feared

(Lancaster University) Carbon losses caused by El Niño forest fires of 2015 and 2016 could be up to four times greater than thought.

RM LAW Announces Investigation of Forest City Realty Trust, Inc.

BERWYN, Pa., Aug. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- RM LAW, P.C. is investigating potential claims against the board of directors of Forest City Realty Trust, Inc. Read more...

'Cryptic' interactions drive biodiversity decline near the edge of forest fragments

(Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies ) The fragmentation of tropical forests weakens the effects of the 'natural enemies' of some tree species, reducing their ability to maintain biodiversity, a new Yale-led study found. In an experiment, researchers found that fragmentation weakens the impact of fungal pathogens and insect herbivores, enabling some tree species to thrive near the fore...

Tanzania forest to be protected as a result of major scientific discoveries

(University of York) The United Republic of Tanzania has announced it will protect a globally unique forest ecosystem in East Africa, following research that demonstrated it is under threat from illegal activities including tree-cutting for charcoal and the poaching of elephants and other animals.

Leveraging Clinical Data Standards to Optimize Business Outcomes

Clinical Informatics News | In the almost two years since the FDA mandated compliance with the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium’s (CDISC) data standards, life sciences organizations have striven to adhere to these newly established guidelines for all clinical and non-clinical studies initiated after December 2016. There have been challenges, but the very real—and not inconse...

Researchers develop first ever model for patient-specific treatment of appendix cancer

(Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center) Scientists at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine have recently developed a process that may change the way cancer of the appendix is treated in the future.

ASCP's 2017 Wage Survey of Medical Laboratories in the US

The American Society for Clinical Pathology presents the results of its latest Wage Survey, meant to inform the pathology and laboratory field of the most recent national wage data. American Journal of Clinical Pathology

Brazil's Forest Code can balance the needs of agriculture and the environment

(International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) If fully implemented, Brazil's Forest Code, an environmental law designed to protect the country's native vegetation and regulate land use, will not prevent growth in Brazilian agriculture, according to new IIASA-led research.

'Mindful people' feel less pain; MRI imaging pinpoints supporting brain activity

(Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center) Ever wonder why some people seem to feel less pain than others? A study conducted at Wake Forest School of Medicine may have found one of the answers -- mindfulness.


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