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Does the Proportion of Women in Orthopaedic Leadership Roles Reflect the Gender Composition of Specialty Societies?

Increasing the number of women in surgical subspecialties has been challenging, especially in orthopaedics, in which the percentage of women has remained relatively the same for the past several decades. Certain subspecialties, such as pediatric orthopaedics, have a greater proportion of women than other orthopaedic subspecialties do. Women in leadership roles in a specialty society (for example, on the board of directors) may serve as role models and help attract women to our specialty, leading to increase...


The Mentally Ill Physician: Issues in Assessment, Treatment and Advocacy.

This position paper has been substantially revised in collaboration with the Canadian Psychiatric Association's Professional Standards and Practice Committee and approved for republication by the CPA's Board of Directors on April 8, 2019. The original position paper, now an historical document, was first approved by the Board of Directors on October 4, 1996.

Community Treatment Orders and Other Forms of Mandatory Outpatient Treatment.

This position paper has been substantially revised by the Canadian Psychiatric Association's Professional Standards and Practice Committee and approved for republication by the CPA's Board of Directors on July 26, 2018. The original position paper was first approved by the Board of Directors on January 25, 2003. It was subsequently reviewed and approved for republication with minor revisions on June 2, 2009.


Hearing aid review appointment: clients' reasons for attendance and non-attendance.

To investigate hearing aid owners' decisions to attend or not to attend an annual hearing aid review (HAR) appointment. To investigate the possible factors associated with appointment attendance, including age, gender, transportation, travel time, and hearing aid outcomes. A prospective cohort study. Potential participants were notified of their annual HAR appointment in the usual process employed by their clinic. Two months later, potential participants were identified as those who had attended and those ...

Jan Riordan: An Oral History.

While conducting my dissertation research on the professionalization of breastfeeding support, I identified key "founders" of lactation consulting. I focused on the people involved in the formation of the International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, as certified by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners and represented by the International Lactation Consultant Association. Jan Riordan was at the top of my list. As the editor and co-author of the first text on breastfeeding and huma...

The Relationship Between Board Certification and Disciplinary Actions Against Board-Eligible Family Physicians.

Lack of specialty board certification has been reported as a significant physician-level predictor of receiving a disciplinary action from a state medical board. This study investigated the association between family physicians receiving a disciplinary action from a state medical board and certification by the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM).

ASHP Board of Directors, 2019-2020.

The 2019 Core Content of Emergency Medical Services Medicine.

On March 13, 2019 the EMS Examination Committee of the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) approved modifications to the Core Content of EMS Medicine. The Core Content is used to define the subspecialty of EMS Medicine, provides the basis for questions to be used during written examinations, and leads to development of a certification examination blueprint. The Core Content defines the universe of knowledge for the treatment of prehospital patients that is necessary to practice EMS Medicine. It info...

The : A Reflective Discussion.

Research about lactation and breastfeeding has exploded since the () began publishing in 1985. To discuss the 3-decade-long role of the in promoting, supporting, and disseminating lactation research, editors convened a multidisciplinary group of lactation researchers and providers which comprised three senior researchers and one clinical practitioner, all of whom have a long history of lactation advocacy. Their discussion took place on July 1, 2019. Dr Aimee Eden is a medical anthropologist who leads the ...

Simulation-based training for increasing health service board members' effectiveness: protocol for a cluster-randomised controlled trial.

Research indicates that health service boards can influence quality of care. However, government reviews have indicated that board members may not be as effective as possible in attaining this goal. Simulation-based training may help to increase board members' ability to effectively communicate and hold hospital staff to account during board meetings.

Effect of an Online Appointment Scheduling System on Evaluation Metrics of Outpatient Scheduling System: a before-after MulticenterStudy.

Online appointment scheduling systems have been designed in response to the problems of the traditional ones. In Iran, most outpatient clinics and our study population suffer from high patient' no-show rate and long waiting times because of not using online appointment scheduling system. In this study, the effect of an online appointment scheduling system was investigated by comparing the evaluation metrics of appointment scheduling before and after the intervention. This before-after pilot study was conduc...

Child and Family Characteristics that Predict Autism Spectrum Disorder Specialty Clinic Appointment Attendance and Alignment with Providers.

We examined factors contributing to initial appointment attendance, alignment between parents' pre-visit and clinicians' diagnostic impressions, and family commitment to follow-ups at an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) specialty clinic. Sample sizes were n = 6558 (initial), n = 1430 (alignment), and n = 1353 (follow-up). Parents completed surveys and clinicians provided their ASD diagnostic impressions. When children were not receiving intervention, families were less likely to keep their initial...

Offering male endoscopists as decoy option to nudge disinclined women to have colorectal cancer screening.

Previous studies have shown that a large proportion of women invited for bowel cancer screening prefer endoscopists of the same gender. We tested whether women who are initially disinclined to undergo flexible sigmoidoscopy screening would be more willing to have the test with a female practitioner if they were also offered a decoy appointment with a male practitioner. We conducted two online experiments with women aged 35-54, living in England, who did not intend to undergo flexible sigmoidoscopy screening...

Residency Program Directors of United States Ophthalmology Programs: A Descriptive Analysis.

To analyze the academic background, scholarly achievements, and demographic characteristics of all US ophthalmology residency program directors (PDs).

LTE.

We read with concern the editorial by Dr. Hirose on our paper, "State-based liver distribution: broad sharing with less harm to vulnerable and underserved communities compared with concentric circles." We appreciate the opportunity to respond, especially given that the UNOS Board of Directors recently adopted a concentric circle model we analyzed (the "250/500" model in our paper). This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Characterizing Palliative Radiotherapy Education in Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship: A Survey of Fellowship Program Directors.

Educational deficiencies among hospice and palliative medicine (HPM) physicians contribute to suboptimal utilization of palliative radiotherapy (PRT) for patients with advanced cancer. To survey HPM fellowship program directors regarding the need for PRT education in HPM fellowship. We conducted a cross-sectional survey of HPM fellowship program directors in June 2018. We used a 5-point Likert-type scale to assess agreement with statements related to PRT education. Program directors for all United States...

A randomized controlled trial to assess operator radiation exposure from cardiac catheterization procedures using RAD BOARD® with standard pelvic shielding versus standard pelvic shielding alone.

To study radiation exposure to the primary operator during diagnostic cardiac catheterizations using a radio-dense RAD BOARD® radial access arm board.

Resident Surgical Skills Web-Based Evaluation: A Comparison of 2 Assessment Tools.

Evaluation of surgical skill competency is necessary as graduate medical education moves toward a competency-based curriculum. This study by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) and the Council of Orthopaedic Residency Directors (CORD) compares 2 web-based evaluation tools that assess the level of autonomy that is demonstrated by residents during surgical procedures in the operating room as measured by faculty.

A Single Integrated Behavioral Health Appointment Improves Patients' Perceptions of Behavioral Health Treatment.

To determine if a single behavioral health appointment in primary care would result in improvements in participants' perceptions of mental health treatment.

The American Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology Announces the First Certificate of Added Qualification in Advanced Diagnostic Bronchoscopy.

Is Your Board Certification Safe?

Even a minor disciplinary order could pose risks to your board certification. One Texas subspecialist in an underserved area lost his certification, without warning or a chance to argue his case, when the TMB cited him for some minor missteps.

Comparing Board Examination Scores Between Pediatric Residents in Continuity Clinics at Different Sites.

Determine if there is a difference in medical knowledge between pediatric residents attending continuity clinic at a community-based center versus those attending an academic center, as measured by the American Board of Pediatrics In-Training Exam (in-training exam) and the American Board of Pediatrics Certification Exam (certification exam).

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Special Issue Introduction.

Tumor Board Shadowing: A Unique Approach For Integrating Radiation Oncologists Into General Medical Student Education.

Radiation oncology is often overlooked in U.S. medical school curricula, with few opportunities for most students to learn about the specialty or the value of radiation therapy in cancer care. Tumor boards represent a potential avenue to not only increase students' exposure to radiation oncologists, but also provide a fundamental understanding of the multidisciplinary nature of cancer care and effective collaboration in clinical practice.

RNA delivery biomaterials for the treatment of genetic and rare diseases.

Genetic and rare diseases (GARDs) affect more than 350 million patients worldwide and remain a significant challenge in the clinic. Hence, continuous efforts have been made to bridge the significant gap between the supply and demand of effective treatments for GARDs. Recent decades have witnessed the impressive progress in the fight against GARDs, with an improved understanding of the genetic origins of rare diseases and the rapid development in gene therapy providing a new avenue for GARD therapy. RNA-base...


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