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Defining the path of a physician-scientist.

Saving the Endangered Physician-Scientist - A Plan for Accelerating Medical Breakthroughs.

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek and the Pulmonary Medicine - A Brilliant Discoverer of the Microcosm.

Acad. Prof. Yucel Kanpolat, Distinguished and Internationally Recognized Neurosurgeon and Friend of the Republic of Macedonia.

The sad news about the death of Acad. Yucel Kanpolat (September 17, 2016), a famous scholar, a pioneer in the field of neurosurgery, and a friend of the Republic of Macedonia, saddened the members of the Editorial Board of the journal PRILOZI of the Department of Medical Sciences of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, of which he was a member, as well as the other members of the Academy. Yucel Kanpolat was an international figure, linking Turkey to almost every country in the world. Neurosurgery ha...

Physician satisfaction with health plans: results from a national survey.

Physician satisfaction is associated with patient satisfaction, adherence to treatment recommendations, and quality. However, burnout is prevalent, and physician experience with health plans is likely a key contributor. We explored physician satisfaction with health plans and assessed physician and plan characteristics associated with greater satisfaction.

Does Physician Retirement Affect Patients? A Systematic Review.

Older patients that have aged with their doctors will likely experience their physician retiring. It is unclear if this interruption in continuity of care leaves patients at risk for adverse events or whether a new physician improves care. We sought to identify and synthesize findings from all articles examining the association between physician retirement and patient outcomes.

Conceptual models for understanding physician burnout, professional fulfillment, and well-being.

Physician burnout is a highly complex phenomenon whose origins are multifactorial. As the medical profession works to better understand and reduce physician burnout, conceptual models can offer a framework to guide research and practice in the field of physician well-being. Conceptual models represent complex systems in a simplified fashion that facilitates understanding of and communication about those systems. This paper reviews seven conceptual models of physician well-being and discuss their strengths a...

Robert Bárány, a scientist with many interests.

Austrian-born Robert Bárány was a scientist with many interests. This article highlights some of these interests and also some personal traits. He enrolled as a surgeon in World War I, was captured by the Russians in 1915 and, while still in the prison camp, was awarded the 1914 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work in otology. In 1916, he accepted an offer from Uppsala University, Sweden, and worked there for almost 20 years. He died shortly before his 60th birthday, in 1936.

Internationally qualified nurses' perceptions of the competencies that pertain to patient safety.

Internationally qualified nurses represent 25% of the New Zealand nursing workforce, similar to Australia, Canada, the US and UK. The transition from vastly different health systems can have implications for patient safety. Through understanding the perspectives of internationally qualified nurses, educational and healthcare agencies may be better able to support this transition. This study investigated internationally qualified nurses' perceptions of the competencies that pertain to patient safety. These w...

A Longitudinal Curriculum for Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine to Physician Assistant Students Using Shapes and POEMs.

Paul M. Vanhoutte, scientist and mentor, 1940-2019.

On August 23 , 2019, Paul M. Vanhoutte died surrounded by his family close to his home in Paris, France. Paul M. Vanhoutte was a brilliant scientist-mentor and a source of inspiration and guidance for tens of now senior and leading scientists in academia and industry and he had a tremendous impact on scientific advancement in the field of vascular pharmacology. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Physician Burnout and Stress While Interacting with Patients.

Physician Assisted Suicide (PAS)/Physician Aid in Dying (PAD) at the End of the Day.

What's behind the white coat: Potential mechanisms of physician-attributable variation in critical care.

Critical care intensity is known to vary across regions and centers, yet the mechanisms remain unidentified. Physician behaviors have been implicated in the variability of intensive care near the end of life, but physician characteristics that may underlie this association have not been determined.

Physician burnout and physician health - Three simple suggestions for a complex problem.

Impact of Surgeon Gender on Online Physician Reviews.

The increasing use of review websites by consumers has become a crucial first step in choosing a physician with more than half of Americans consulting review sites before physician selection. We sought to identify whether differences exist in the quality and content of online reviews for men versus women surgeons.

Infectious diseases detected by screening after arrival to Denmark in internationally adopted children.

To show the prevalence of selected infectious diseases among internationally adopted children (IAC) in Denmark.

The Impact of Web-Based Ratings on Patient Choice of a Primary Care Physician Versus a Specialist: Randomized Controlled Experiment.

Physician review websites have empowered prospective patients to acquire information about physicians. However, little is known about how Web-based ratings on different aspects of a physician may affect patients' selection of physicians differently.

The Future of Precision Medicine for Physician Assistants in Family Medicine.

A Call to Action: Physician Assistant Student Well-Being.

Using selfies to challenge public stereotypes of scientists.

In an online Qualtrics panel survey experiment (N = 1620), we found that scientists posting self-portraits ("selfies") to Instagram from the science lab/field were perceived as significantly warmer and more trustworthy, and no less competent, than scientists posting photos of only their work. Participants who viewed scientist selfies, especially posts containing the face of a female scientist, perceived scientists as significantly warmer than did participants who saw science-only images or control images. P...

Hospital Administration Response to Physician Stress and Burnout.

Recent studies have documented the alarming degree of physician stress and burnout that has affected physician attitudes, behaviors, and performance. Growing dissatisfaction, irritability, and frustration has negatively impacted physician ideals and attitudes which can lead to compromised health care relationships with impaired communication, collaboration, and coordination that can adversely affect satisfaction, clinical performance, and patient outcomes of care. For the most part physicians on their own h...

S. I. Mitckevich, the public physician, revolutionary, writer (to the one hundred fiftieth anniversary).

The article presents the course of life and various activities of S. I. Mitskevich, public physician, participant of revolutionary movement, Soviet health care professional. He was author of "The Memoirs of Public Physician"/ Не also studied psychoneurosis in the Trans-Polar Lands and founded leprosy and municipal hospital in the city of Sredne-Kolymsk.

Physician assistant burnout, job satisfaction, and career flexibility in Minnesota.

This study explores associations between job satisfaction, career flexibility, and burnout among physician assistants (PAs) in Minnesota.

Family Physician Burnout and Resilience: A Cross-Sectional Analysis.

Current physician burnout levels are at historically high levels, especially in family medicine, with many factors playing a role. The goal of this study was to understand demographic, psychological, environmental, behavioral, and workplace characteristics that impact physician wellness and burnout, focusing on family medicine physicians and residents.

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