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Impact of a New Consumer Form on Adverse Event Reporting to the United States Food and Drug Administration.

Consumers and health care professionals (HCPs) can voluntarily report adverse experiences associated with drug products to the Food and Drug Administration Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS). Consumers and HCPs used the same general voluntary reporting form (GVR) until mid-2013 when a consumer voluntary reporting form (ConVR) written in plain language was implemented.

Outpatients' recall of information when provided with an audio recording: A mixed-methods study.

While the ability to recall medical information is crucial, it is known to be a considerable challenge for many patients. Consequently, we aimed to investigate whether replay could enhance information recall and to explore the extent of information recall in a group of Danish outpatients.

Data science tools and applications on the way to Pharma 4.0.

Multiple obstacles are driving the digital transformation of the biopharmaceutical industry. Novel digital techniques, often marketed as 'Pharma 4.0', are thought to solve some long-existing obstacles in the biopharma life cycle. Pharma 4.0 concepts, such as cyberphysical systems and dark factories, require data science tools as technological core components. Here, we review current data science applications at various stages of the bioprocess life cycle, including their scopes and data sources. We are conv...

Improving Patient Comprehension of Screening Mammography Recall Lay Letters.

In accordance with the Mammography Quality Standards Act, recall lay letters should be written using language that is "easily understood by a lay person." The authors hypothesized that the readability of their institution's current recall lay letter may contribute to the misinterpretation of intended time for patient return. Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate the comprehension of the current recall lay letter statement.

Consumer Activism for Social Change.

Consumer activism, or activism taken by consumers through participating in the market such as through boycotts or ethical shopping, is the most common form of political action in the United States aside from voting. Although consumer activism was a popular macro practice social work intervention by social work pioneers and has been an important part of many social change movements internationally, it is rarely discussed formally in the field of social work in the United States today. This article provides a...


Participants of Pharma-sponsored research are exposed to risks, benefits, and uncertainties that do not occur in other forms of clinical studies. Ethics committees represent the subjects' first line of protection. This responsibility begins with the study review and ends after all study subjects finish the intervention. The objective of this paper is to review the most common controversial issues found in Pharma-sponsored studies. Potential solutions are proposed to prevent or resolve the polemical aspects....

Foodborne Outbreak Investigation: Effect of Recall Inaccuracies on Food Histories.

Comparably low accuracy of dietary recall is present after 7 and 18 days. Experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms did not affect accuracy of dietary recall. Repeatedly recalling food exposures leads to a higher rate of false positives. Prevalence of exposure was associated with higher sensitivity and lower specificity. Recall inaccuracies can be quantified and accounted for in public health practice.

Latent awareness: Early conscious access to motor preparation processes is linked to the readiness potential.

An experience of intention to move accompanies execution of some voluntary actions. The Readiness Potential (RP) is an increasing negativity over motor brain areas prior to voluntary movement. Classical studies suggested that the RP starts before intention is consciously accessed as measured by offline recall-based reports, yet the interpretation of the RP and its temporal relation to awareness of intention remain controversial. We designed a task in which self-paced actions could be interrupted at random t...

Consumer-perceived risks of genetically modified food in China.

This paper analyses the factors influencing consumer-perceived risks of genetically modified (GM) food by using a structural equation model and survey data of urban residents in China. The sample is divided into the acquainted and unacquainted groups according to consumers' objective knowledge level. An integrated analytical framework is developed. The results show that consumers' positive attitude towards GM technology has a significant negative effect on consumer-perceived risks and that more information ...

Do differences in reported expenditures between household scanner data and expenditure surveys matter in health policy research?

Household scanner data are increasingly used to inform health policy such as sugar-sweetened beverage taxes. This article examines whether differences in the level of reported expenditures between IRI Consumer Network scanner panel and the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CES) lead to important differences in demand elasticities and policy simulation outcomes. Using each dataset, we estimated a structural consumer demand system with seven food groups and a numéraire good. To compare the two datasets on a level...

Evaluating consistency of recall of maternal and newborn care complications and intervention coverage using PMA panel data in SNNPR, Ethiopia.

There is recognition that effective interventions are available to prevent neonatal and maternal deaths but providing reliable and valid coverage estimates remains a challenge. Household surveys rely on recall of self-reported events that may span up to 5 years, raising concerns of recall bias.

How intention to retrieve a memory and expectation that a memory will come to mind influence the retrieval of autobiographical memories.

While involuntary memories are retrieved with no intention and are usually unexpected (when one is not waiting for a memory to arise), voluntary memories are intended and expected (when one is searching and waiting for a memory to arise). The present study aimed to investigate the effects of retrieval intentionality (i.e. wanting to retrieve a memory) and monitoring processes (i.e. waiting for a memory to appear) during autobiographical memory retrieval. In addition, we introduced two novel laboratory condi...


The transient increase in torque of an electrically evoked twitch following a voluntary contraction is called postactivation potentiation (PAP). Phosphorylation of myosin regulatory light chains is the most accepted mechanism explaining the enhanced electrically evoked twitch torque. While many authors attribute voluntary performance enhancement after a conditioning contraction (PAPE) to the positive effects of PAP, few actually confirmed that contraction was indeed potentiated using electrical stimulation ...

Provider responses to online price transparency.

Price transparency initiatives have recently emerged as a solution to the lack of health care price information available to consumers. This paper uses the staggered and nationwide diffusion of a leading internet-based price transparency platform to estimate the effects of price transparency on provider prices. I find a 1-4% reduction in provider prices for homogenous services, laboratory tests, but find no price response for differentiated services, office visits. Price responses are driven by active consu...

The Vexed Question of the Voluntary Patient.

The current statutory framework in Ireland provides certain key safeguards for people who are admitted involuntarily for mental health treatment and care; the same legislation makes scant reference to the person who seeks treatment and care on a voluntary basis. This has led to concerns in relation to deprivation of liberty and to non-consensual medical treatment for these patients. This article seeks to examine the development of the law in relation to voluntary patients in Ireland and to assess in light o...

'Not in the room, but the doctors were': an Australian story-completion study about consumer representation.

Current mental health policy requires consumer involvement in all levels of health service management (i.e. planning, implementation, delivery and evaluation). However, current models often limit consumers to 'representation' roles that are criticized for silencing consumer views. This study compares understandings of consumer representatives' and health professionals' participation in decision-making processes in the mental health sector in Australia. Story completion methods were employed, with 34 partici...

Recall and Recognition Discriminability in Parkinson's Disease and Huntington's Disease.

Parkinson's disease (PD) and Huntington's disease (HD) are two neurodegenerative diseases affecting frontal-striatal function and memory ability. Studies using the original California Verbal Learning Test (CVLT) to examine recall and recognition abilities between these groups have produced mixed findings. Some found that individuals with HD demonstrate worse recall and recognition than those with PD, whereas others reported comparable performance.

Whole genome sequencing uses for foodborne contamination and compliance: Discovery of an emerging contamination event in an ice cream facility using whole genome sequencing.

We review how FDA surveillance identifies several ways that whole genome sequencing (WGS) improves actionable outcomes for public health and compliance in a case involving Listeria monocytogenes contamination in an ice cream facility. In late August 2017 FDA conducted environmental sampling inside an ice cream facility. These isolates were sequenced and deposited into the GenomeTrakr databases. In September 2018 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contacted the Florida Department of Health after ...

The tyranny of difference: exploring attitudes to the role of the consumer academic in teaching students of mental health nursing.

Consumer participation in mental health service delivery is now a policy expectation. Negative attitudes of health professionals towards collaboration with consumers have been identified as a major barrier to policy implementation. Consumers contributing to the education of nurses and other health positions have been identified as an effective strategy, particularly when consumers occupy academic positions. Attitudes of nurse and consumer academics to the consumer academic role remain under-researched. To ...

Children's concealment of a minor transgression: The role of age, maltreatment, and executive functioning.

This study examined the role of age, maltreatment status, and executive functioning on 752 4- to 9-year-old maltreated and nonmaltreated children's recall disclosure of a transgression in which the children appeared to have broken toys while playing with a stranger. Interviewers used narrative practice rapport building and then questioned children with free recall and cued recall questions. Younger and maltreated children were more likely to disclose during rapport building, whereas older and nonmaltreated ...

Associations between memory and verbal fluency tasks.

Previous studies have provided inconsistent evidence concerning the association between delayed retrieval of story information from long-term memory and retrieval of words on verbal fluency tasks. The current study looks for shared retrieval mechanisms in these tasks from childhood to old age. Three-hundred and eighty participants (ages 5-91) performed tasks of story recall, digit span, phonemic fluency, and semantic fluency. Significant correlations between delayed story recall and both fluency tasks emerg...

Understanding the factors influencing health professionals' online voluntary behaviors: Evidence from YiXinLi, a Chinese online health community for mental health.

Normal users' voluntary behaviors (e.g., knowledge sharing) in virtual communities (VCs) has been well investigated; however, research on health professionals' voluntary behaviors in online health communities (OHCs) is limited.

Impact of sodium reduction strategies on volatile compounds, sensory properties and consumer perception in commercial wheat bread.

The efficacy of two sodium reduction strategies in preserving sensory profile and consumer liking of yeasted wheat bread was tested, by combining sensory data, aroma compounds and consumer investigations. The use of (i) a reduced-sodium salt substitute, Pansalt® (NaCl 57%, other salts and minor ingredients) at 1.5%, and (ii) the heterogeneous NaCl distribution (average level of 1%) leading to enhanced saltiness by taste contrast, were compared with standard (1.5%) and reduced (1.0%) addition of NaCl. The h...

The Art of Virtualizing Pharma R&D.

Physicians in the pharmaceutical industry: their roles, motivations, and perspectives.

Although physicians occupy a significant number of key positions in the pharmaceutical industry, practicing clinicians are often unaware of the variety of career paths within this industry, or of the structure of a pharmaceutical company. Here, we address questions that practicing clinicians frequently ask their colleagues in the pharmaceutical industry. In addition to providing an overview of the common roles occupied by physicians in pharma, we also describe the various motivations for transitioning into ...

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