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AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY RADIOLOGYEUROPEAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING: Calendar of Important Dates.


Self-leadership and stress among college students: Examining the moderating role of coping skills.

Stress remains a major health concern among college students today. Consequently, research on student stress is imperative, from both an organizational and an individual perspective. This research study explores the moderating role of coping skills on the relationship between self-leadership and stress among college students.

The longitudinal study for the work-related factors to job performance among nurses in emergency department.

To explore the relationship between baseline information, personal factors, working characteristics and job performance among nurses in emergency department in northern Taiwan.Two-hundred twenty-two nursing staff were interviewed repeated with structured questionnaires for data collection in 3 time points (From August to September, 2008, from February to March, 2009, and from November to December, 2009). The generalized estimating equation (GEE) is used to test the relationship between the domains of indepe...


Interprofessionalism .

In 1912, the Illinois College of Chiropody and Orthopedics was founded, and is today known as the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine. It has been an integral part of Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, Illinois since 2001. Through the ensuing decades, Scholl College alumni have been instrumental in moving the profession forward.

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY RADIOLOGY EUROPEAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING: Calendar of Important Dates.

Increasing Utilization of Chest Imaging in US Emergency Departments From 1994 to 2015.

The aim of this study was to assess national and state-specific changes in emergency department (ED) chest imaging utilization from 1994 to 2015.

Decreased Admission Rate From the Emergency Department With Increased Emergency Department Visits-The Good and the Bad.

Stress, stressors, and substance use: Differential risk for hookah use among African American college students.

Using differential, multivariable risk models, we assessed the contribution of substance use and stress/traumatic events to hookah use among African American college students (n = 1,402) using data from the Fall 2012 American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA) II. Lifetime hookah use was 24.8%, with 34.2% of lifetime users having done so in the past 30 days. Compared to nonusers, hookah users had significantly higher use rates of alcohol, marijuana, other tobacco...

Integrating Ethics into the Physiology curriculum: a scale-up study in three medical colleges in Karnataka, South India.

A published pilot study showed the feasibility of integrating ethics into physiology in a single medical college. However, questions were raised about feasibility of scale-up and acceptance across different colleges. To assess feasibility of integrating ethics into Physiology, first year MBBS students of three medical colleges (n=449, College A=149; 59M, 90F; College B=150; 78M, 72F; College C=150; 48M, 102F) were exposed to the integrated ethics programme. Triggers related to theory or practicals were incl...

A National Survey on Depression, Internalized Homophobia, College Religiosity, and Climate of Acceptance on College Campuses for Sexual Minority Adults.

Sexual minority persons have an increased risk for negative mental health outcomes in adulthood. This seems to largely be due to experiences of stigma in social settings. This study sought to understand the relationship between attending a religiously conservative college, internalized homophobia (a measure of sexual stigma), and depressive symptoms for sexual minority adults. Sexual minority adult participants (n = 384) from across the U.S. were recruited and completed a Web-based, anonymous survey. A med...

Peer support and food security in deaf college students.

The purpose of the study was to investigate whether peer support and demographic characteristics predicted food security among deaf college students.

Transitions in drinking behaviors across the college years: A latent transition analysis.

College student alcohol use remains a considerable concern. While many colleges provide universal interventions surrounding matriculation, trends indicate alcohol use increases over the college years. This study utilized a person-centered approach to examine changes in drinking across college and predictors (expectancies, attitudes, norms, and gender) of increases in risky drinking. Understanding transitions in drinking patterns and predictors of risky transitions can help identify risky students, periods o...

Latent profiles of stress and their relationships with depression and problematic Internet use among college freshmen.

As noted in previously published literature, college students frequently experience academic stress, financial stress, and the stresses caused by intimate, peer, and parent-adolescent relationships. The present study uses latent profile analysis to identify stress profiles based on the aforementioned five stressors among 430 college freshmen. Thereafter, we compare the levels of depression and problematic Internet use (PIU) among the different profile groups and investigate whether background variables coul...

Psychometric Properties of the Internet Addiction Test: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

This article performs a systemic review of psychometric properties of Internet Addiction Test (IAT)-the most widely used tool for assessing Internet addiction in clinic and research field. Studies measuring psychometric properties of IAT (original version) were searched through MEDLINE, The Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), PsycINFO, and Embase. A total of 25 studies including 18,421 subjects were reviewed in our study. Based on meta-analysis for internal consistency, the po...

Depression in Emergency Department Patients and Association with Healthcare Utilization.

Depression is one of the most common illnesses in the U.S., with increased prevalence among people with lower socioeconomic status and chronic mental illness who often seek care in the Emergency Department (ED). We sought to estimate the rate and severity of major depressive disorder (MDD) in a non-psychiatric emergency department (ED) population and its association with subsequent ED visits and hospitalizations.

Small Is Beautiful* - or Is It?

Diagnoses made in an Emergency Department in rural sub-Saharan Africa.

Information on diagnoses made in emergency departments situated in rural sub-Saharan Africa is scarce. The aim was: to evaluate the frequency of different diagnoses made in a new emergency department to define relevant healthcare requirements; and to find out if in-hospital mortality rates would decrease after the implementation of the emergency department.

Royal College of Physicians of London: a 1793 entrant, fabled fellow or member malcontent.

The adverse fallout following the Royal Australasian College of Physician's (RACP) introduction to computer-based testing that was disrupted in the February 2018 examinations, aroused great sympathy for the candidates and perhaps rekindled worrying memories by the College fellowship. The RACP's entrance procedures have slowly and steadily evolved since 1938 when the first 41of 45 practitioners were admitted to membership. Powerful emotive experiences accompany most applicants' progress to membership, perhap...

Emergency Department Visits due to Scabies in the United States: A Retrospective Analysis of a Nationally Representative Emergency Department Sample.

Limited information exists regarding the burden of emergency department (ED) visits due to scabies in the United States (US). The goal of this study was to provide population-level estimates regarding scabies visits to American EDs.

Learning From Leaders of Academic Medicine.

The Loneliness of Mental Illness at the End of Life.

Value of Head CT Scan in the Emergency Department in Patients with Vertigo without Focal Neurological Abnormalities.

Vertigo is a common symptom and reason for admission to the emergency department (ED).

Recommendations from the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma's Firearm Strategy Team (FAST) Workgroup: Chicago Consensus I.

Prevalence and predictors of suicidal ideation, plan, and attempts, in first-year college students with ADHD.

The present study evaluated the prevalence of past suicidal ideation (SI), plan, and attempt in college students with ADHD (N = 102) compared to a matched control (N = 102). Predictors of SI, plan, and attempts, were examined.

Sepsis Screening in Triage to Decrease Door-to-Antibiotic Time.

Identifying patients with sepsis at triage can lead to a decrease in door-to-antibiotic time. Our community hospital emergency department's mean door-to-antibiotic time was 105.3 minutes, falling short of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign guideline's benchmark goal of 60 minutes. One of the most common reasons for treatment delays was that patients with sepsis were not identified upon entrance to the emergency department. A solution to the delay was to implement a practice improvement project by having the tr...


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