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Successfully Incorporating Interprofessional Education in a Nonacademic Health Sciences Center.

Enhanced patient outcomes have led the health sciences to seek ways in which to incorporate interprofessional education in their curricula. This article presents a unique and innovative strategy for interprofessional education among nursing, medicine, and pharmacy in a nonacademic health science center setting. Nurse practitioner students from the University of Alabama in Huntsville College of Nursing, medical interns from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, and pharmacy students fro...

Correction: Policy threats to maternal and child nutrition: putting the unborn child at a lifelong disadvantage.

Following publication of this article the authors noticed that affiliations were incorrectly assigned. The original article has now been updated so that the author "Joyce R. Javier" is associated with the "Children's Hospital Los Angeles, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatrics, Los Angeles, CA, USA", and the author "Vivek Balasubramaniam" is associated with the "Department of Pediatrics, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine a...

Proceedings from the 8th Annual University of Calgary Leaders in Medicine Research Symposium.

On November 14, 2016, the Leaders in Medicine (LIM) program at the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary hosted its 8th Annual Research Symposium. Professor Stephen Sawcer, Professor of Neurological Genetics at the University of Cambridge and an Honorary Consultant Neurologist at Addenbrooke's Hospital, was the keynote speaker and presented a lecture entitled, "Multiple sclerosis genetics - prospects and pitfalls". This was not only a cutting edge address on genetics but also a thoughtful overvi...

An Axiological Analysis of One Medical School's Admissions Process: Exploring Individual Values and Value Systems.

Values and value systems are fundamental to medical school admissions processes. An axiological analysis was carried out to explore the individual values and value systems found within the University of Calgary's Cumming School of Medicine's undergraduate admissions process.

Cooking Up Health: A Novel Culinary Medicine and Service Learning Elective for Health Professional Students.

The current investigation assessed the feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of the Cooking Up Health (CUH) culinary medicine elective that was offered to medical students at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. The elective included a combination of didactics, plant-based culinary sessions, and service learning, in which students translated nutrition and health connections to elementary school children in at-risk communities.

Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine.

The History of Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine.

Surgical treatment of extravasation injuries: experience of the Hospital das Clínicas, Faculty of Medicine, University of São Paulo.

to report the experience of the Division of Plastic Surgery of the Hospital das Clínicas of the Medical School of the University of São Paulo in the treatment of cutaneous lesions due to accidental extravasation of drugs.

Impact of anthropometric nutritional parameters on the university selection test in Chile: A multifactorial approach.

Scholastic achievement (SA) is a multifactorial problem that depends on factors related to the child, the child's family, and the educational system. The aim of this study was to quantify the relative impact of significant variables at the beginning of high school during 2010 (first grade of high school [1 HSG]) on 2013 university selection test (Prueba de Seleccion Universitaria [PSU]) outcomes, both in language scholastic achievement (LSA) and mathematics scholastic achievement (MSA), when students gradua...

Opening the doors for school health-An exploration of public health nurses' capacities to engage in comprehensive school health programs.

Public health nurses (PHNs) have a significant role in engaging the voice and actions of school communities in promoting the health of children and youth. School nursing was one of the early 20th century public health nursing foci and specialties in Canada, however over several decades, there has been a gap in actualizing PHNs' full potential in schools. At the same time, intersectoral and interdisciplinary comprehensive school health (CSH) models have emerged as exemplars of partnerships between schools an...

L. E. Golubinin, the Professor of the Moscow University and His Role in History of National Clinic of Beginning of XX Century.

The article presents the scientific biography of L. E. Golubinin, the prominent therapist, prepared on the basis of publications' review and rich archive materials, including documents of the Central Historical Archive of Moscow (f.418) and personal archive of V. D. Shervinsky from the Department of History of Medicine of The Federal State Budget Scientific Institution "N. A. Semashko National Research Institute of Public Health". For the first time the role L. E. Golubinin played in organization of the sci...

Evaluation of a Transition to University Programme for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Applying to university can be an anxiety-provoking time for many autistic students, though enrolment can be increased by actively involving them in transition planning. We provide an evaluation of a transition to university pilot programme (Autism Summer School) for autistic students (16-19 years) who are seeking to apply/attend university. The content focused on introducing students to various aspects of university life including academic (sample lectures), social (e.g., clubs and societies), and daily li...

The significant role of educational status in PKU patients: the beneficial effect of psychological support in depression.

Introduction Classical Phenylketonuria (PKU) is a metabolic disease characterized by high phenylalanine (phe) levels in blood and brain. PKU patients are commonly treated with low phe diet supplemented with amino acid free formula. High Phe levels minimize brain tryptophan concentration, the pressure of serotonin, which is responsible for the appearance of depression symptoms. Both amino acids share the same pathway for entering CNS via BBB. Aimed to determine the effect of psychological support on differen...

The Rising Physicians Program: A Novel Approach for Mentoring Medical Students.

The transition to medical school is a particularly challenging time for new students as they are faced with significant academic responsibilities. Moreover, for many students at the Uniformed Services University they are adjusting to being on active duty in the military. Mentoring has been considered a way to help with the transition and professional development. Prior to 2015, there was no formal mentoring program for new students at the Uniformed Services University.

D. Walter Cohen, DDS: A Visionary and Gifted Leader.

Dr. D. Walter Cohen, dean emeritus of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and chancellor emeritus, died on June 29, 2018. He was a visionary and gifted leader, a dreamer and a doer, and he will be sadly missed. He left generations of grateful students and was beloved by his colleagues in dentistry and medicine. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Could Ross River Virus Be the Next Zika?

The PROFILE of assessment program for internal medicine internship of Sun Yat-Sen University.

To reflectively look at the present methods by which the clinical competence of 5th-year medical students (i.e. interns) in Sun Yat-Sen University (SYSU) are assessed upon finishing internship rotation in internal medicine (IM).

Ting-Kai Li: In Memoriam.

Ting-Kai (T-K) Li, MD died on November 18, 2018, just five days after his 84 birthday. T-K had a wonderful and distinguished academic and public service career, spanning almost five decades. Born in Nanjing, China, T-K fled with his family to South Africa during World War II, while a young boy. He initially enrolled in the University of the Witwatersrand but eventually made his way to Chicago where he obtained his undergraduate degree at Northwestern University prior to attending Harvard Medical School. T-K...

States Consider Cameras and Seat Belts to Increase School Bus Safety.

(1) More than 25 million children ride in a school bus every weekday in the U.S. (2) School buses are the safest way to transport students. (3) Nearly 60 school bus passengers died in crashes, and almost 100 pedestrians under 18 were killed in crashes related to school transportation, between 2007 and 2016.

In Reply to Ross and Bibler Zaidi.

Trends in US Medical School Contributions to the Family Physician Workforce: 2018 Update From the American Academy of Family Physicians.

The United States needs more family physicians. Projections based on current trends show a deficit of 52,000 primary care physicians by 2025. Eight national family medicine (FM) organizations have set an ambitious goal of increasing the proportion of US medical school graduates who enter FM residencies to 25% by 2030. This paper describes the most recent number and percentage of students from each US medical school entering Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited FM residency...

The Ross Procedure: A Systematic Review, Meta-Analysis, and Microsimulation.

To support decision-making in aortic valve replacement in children and adults, we provide a comprehensive overview of outcome after the Ross procedure.

An Unlikely Beginning: A Fortunate Life.

Elizabeth A. Bernays grew up in Australia and studied at the University of Queensland before traveling in Europe and teaching high school in London. She later obtained a PhD in entomology at London University. Then, as a British government scientist, she worked in England and in developing countries on a variety of projects concerned with feeding by herbivorous insects and their physiology and behavior. In 1983, she was appointed professor at the University of California, Berkeley, where her research expand...

The Grand Magal of Touba in the time of a dengue outbreak in Senegal.

Uniformed Services University Women's Enrollment and Career Choices in Military Medicine: A Retrospective Descriptive Analysis.

The purpose of this study was to examine Uniformed Services University (USU) women graduates in terms of percent of graduates', specialty choices and practice choices as compared to civilian women who graduate and practice medicine in the USA. This is a perspective that is currently not well understood.

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