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Learning medical professionalism - the application of appreciative inquiry and social media.

Medical professionalism is often considered difficult to be clearly observed and learned. However, although most medical students or residents affirm the necessity of medical professionalism courses, few agree that those currently offered are adequate for a medical career.

Use of marijuana exclusively for medical purposes.

To characterize the socio-demographic characteristics, medical conditions, and psychiatric comorbidities of users of marijuana for medical and non-medical purposes.

The patient's right to access the medical records and the doctor's obligation to make it available.

Medical documentation is a record of the process of providing health services. It is also the basic evidence in legal proceedings against the doctor. The law requires specific rules for the protection of medical records. The patient has a statutory right to access medical records. The legal standards for practicing the medical profession include keeping medical records and making them available. Medical records may be made available only to authorized persons and in forms defined by law. The aim of the arti...

Graduate-entry medical students' perspectives on the development of ultrasound teaching in UK medical schools.

Response to: Factors that influence medical student learning in the operating room: Medical students' perspective.

Academic factors in medical recruitment: evidence to support improvements in medical recruitment and retention by improving the academic content in medical posts.

There is a major problem with medical recruitment and retention in the UK. The 2018 General Medical Council (GMC) report '' has indicated that a high proportion of doctors are thinking of either giving up medical practice or reducing their hours in the next 3 years. If this trend continues the shortage of doctors in the UK will increase despite a modest increase in the supply of doctors.This paper investigates the evidence that increasing the academic component of medical posts may help retain doctors in ...

The Medical Activity and Satisfaction of Population Need in Medical Care.

The article considers phenomenon of medical activity as a determinant of population demand for medical services and needs in medical care. The medical activity is determined as both a criterion of formation of health of patients by force of active using medical care and a criterion of efficiency of functioning of physicians in satisfaction of needs of patients in medical care. The results are presented related to phenomenon of medical activity using methodology of analysis of opinions of patients and level ...

Reforming medical regulation: a qualitative study of the implementation of medical revalidation in England, using Normalization Process Theory.

The introduction of medical revalidation in 2012 has been a controversial and radical change to medical regulation in the UK. It involved changes to the way organizations manage medical performance, and to the relationships between doctors, their employers and the professional regulatory body. In this paper, we explore the implementation of medical revalidation, analysing the change process and its consequences for doctors and organizations.

Depression among medical students in Saudi medical colleges: a cross-sectional study.

Major depressive disorder is a common mental disorder worldwide that has many clinical presentations and is associated with many diseases. The aim of this study is to assess the levels of depression among medical students in Saudi medical colleges.

Perception of Plastic Surgery and the Role of Media Among Medical Students: Cross-Sectional Study.

Although plastic surgery has been gaining a lot of popularity recently, there seems to be limited perception and a poor understanding of this field by both medical professionals, including medical students, and the general public. This might alter referral patterns as well as medical students' choice to pursue a career in plastic surgery.

The Evaluation of the System of Mandatory Medical Insurance by Medical Workers of the Moscow Oblast.

The article considers the results of sociological survey of medical personnel of the Moscow oblast. The purpose of study is to analyze attitude of medical personnel to the system of mandatory medical insurance in modern conditions. The sociological survey carried out according standard methodology using originally developed questionnaire. The public opinion of medical personnel of medical municipal organizations of the Moscow oblast was investigated in 2013 (n = 632) and 2017 (n = 798). It was established t...

Evaluation of The Medical Board Exam in Portugal.

There is a high heterogeneity in the structure of postgraduate medical training evaluation worldwide. However, in contrast to other countries, there have been no scientific studies of the final medical board examination, in Portugal. The present study aimed to evaluate the adequacy of the medical board examination including its validity as measured by its association with medical school grade average and national seriation examination.

Quality assurance of medical education: Lessons learned from use and analysis of the WFME global standards.

In 2003, the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) published the Trilogy of Global Standards for Quality Improvement of Medical Education, covering all three phases of education in medicine. The intention was to provide an instrument to be used by medical schools and responsible authorities in quality assurance and improvement of medical education. The standards were revised in 2015.

An Interdisciplinary, Multi-Institution Telehealth Course for Third-Year Medical Students.

The American Medical Association has called for telehealth to become a core competency of medical students. Studies indicate a principal reason physicians do not practice telehealth is lack of training, yet patient interest in and satisfaction with telehealth is high. No comprehensive U.S. undergraduate medical education curriculum teaching telehealth principles has been published.

Assessment and comparison of sleep patterns among medical and non-medical undergraduates of Karachi: A cross-sectional study - SPECIAL REPORT.

To assess and compare patterns, habits and quality of sleep in undergraduate medical and non-medical students. The cross-sectional study was conducted from February to March, 2018, at Dow Medical College, Karachi, and Pakistan Air Force-Karachi Institute of Economics and Technology. Data was collected by self-reported questionnaires. Sleep quality of individuals was assessed using Pittsburg Sleep Quality Index. Data was analysed using SPSS 21. Of the 245 subjects, 137(55%) were medical students and 108(45%)...

Aligning Strategic Interests in an Academic Medical Center: A Framework for Evaluating GME Expansion Requests.

In 2017, the Maine Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Committee received an unprecedented number of requests (n = 18) to start new graduate medical education (GME) programs or expand existing programs. There was no process by which multiple programs could be prioritized to compete for scarce GME resources.

Depressive symptoms, burnout, and declining medical career interest among undergraduate pre-medical students.

To investigate the relationship between mental health issues and medical career interest among undergraduate premedical students, and to explore whether this association varies by gender.

Problems of counterfeiting medical products in Ukraine.

Introduction: The provision of medical products of adequate quality should be considered as constituent element of the human right to life, inextricably linked with the right to health care protection and medical care. However, the Ukrainian market of counterfeit medical products affects the guaranteeing of the right to health care protection and medical care in Ukraine. The current situation necessitates a study of the legal regulation of counterfeiting of medical products in Ukraine and an increase in its...

Student Leadership Development Initiative: A Pilot for a Sustainable, Replicable Model for Incorporating Leadership into Medical Education.

Today's medical students are tomorrow's leaders. As leadership training becomes incorporated into undergraduate medical education, there is a need for validated educational models that are both effective and replicable.

The Medical Student Summer Research Program at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston: building research foundations.

Interest in incorporating research into the medical school curriculum has grown over the years. One of the challenges involved with providing research to medical students is developing programs that allow a large number of students to perform research. This involves securing faculty to mentor students in the design of research projects. In order to accommodate students with research interests, well-established research programs must be implemented.

Temporal Trends in Medical Student Burnout.

There is a paucity of longitudinal data documenting the temporal development of distress and burnout during medical school. The aim of this study was to examine trends and identify stressors associated with medical student distress over 4 years of medical education.

Do Users of Diverted Medical Cannabis Differ From Other Cannabis Users?

Policy discussions amidst recent changes in the legal status of cannabis for medical purposes have raised concerns regarding the diversion of medical cannabis to nonlicensed users. This study examined factors that predict frequency of use of diverted medical cannabis.

Perceptions of competency-based medical education from medical student discussion forums.

Competency-based medical education (CBME) is becoming widely implemented in medical education. Trainees' perceptions of CBME are important factors in the implementation and acceptance of CBME. Online discussion groups allow unique insight into trainees' perceptions of CBME during residency training.

The Effects of Natural Daylight on Length of Hospital Stay.

While providing medical services, hospitals generate many data about patients. Such medical data could contribute to better treatments once their associations or patterns have been identified. With properly analyzed medical data, traditional knowledge at an individual level could be further extended to broader populations. This comprehensive study was performed to demonstrate the effectiveness of light using medical data accumulated over 15 years.

The Educational Role of Autonomy in Medical Training: A Scoping Review.

Recent limits imposed on autonomy have raised concern regarding the quality of medical training. The impact of autonomy on medical education has not been comprehensively reviewed. A scoping review was performed to understand the significance of autonomous practice in medical training.

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