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Improving Retention of Home Health Nurses: Fostering Outcome Sustainability Through an Innovative Orientation and Mentorship Program.

Home healthcare plays an increasingly vital role in contemporary postacute healthcare. Staffing instability and lack of perceived organizational support is a stimulus for nursing attrition from the organization with far-reaching impact on staff morale, patient care, agency budgets, and relationships with other healthcare settings. The purpose of this article is to describe a redesign of an agency's nursing orientation and the development of a mentorship program for newly hired home healthcare nurses within ...

Liability and Failure to Warn a Patient.

This medicolegal article examines a physician's liability when he or she has knowledge of adverse effects associated with a prescription medication and suggests ways to mitigate that liability risk. The article also discusses the circumstances under which pharmaceutical companies face liability for side effects such as tardive dyskinesia.

Design and evaluation of a 3D virtual environment for collaborative learning in interprofessional team care delivery.

Collaborative learning in interprofessional team care delivery across different healthcare courses and institutions is constrained by geographical locations and tedious scheduling. Three dimensional virtual environments (3D-VE) are a viable and innovative tool to bring diverse healthcare students to learn together.

What does 'quality' add? Towards an ethics of healthcare improvement.

In this paper, we argue that there are important ethical questions about healthcare improvement which are underexplored. We start by drawing on two existing literatures: first, the prevailing, primarily governance-oriented, application of ethics to healthcare 'quality improvement' (QI), and second, the application of QI to healthcare ethics. We show that these are insufficient for ethical analysis of healthcare improvement. In pursuit of a broader agenda for an ethics of healthcare improvement, we note that...

Barriers and Facilitators to the Successful Transition of Adolescents Living with HIV from Pediatric to Adult Care in Low and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review and Policy Analysis.

The purpose of this systematic review was twofold. First, we sought to summarize the literature on barriers and facilitators to successful healthcare transition for adolescents living with HIV from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Next, we assessed healthcare transition-related policies in countries from which we identified barriers and facilitators to determine the extent to which practice and policy meet to address the country-specific needs of adolescents living with HIV during healthcar...

Interprofessional Healthcare Students' Perceptions of a Simulation-Based Learning Experience.

Academic healthcare programs are incorporating interprofessional education (IPE) into students' learning experiences in order to prepare students for optimal clinical practice. This paper describes a simulation-based learning experience (SBLE) designed to encourage students (n = 130) from six healthcare professions to learn more about interprofessional communication, roles and responsibilities of the healthcare team, and knowledge of interprofessional collaborative practice. Data analysis showed statistical...

Psychological safety on the healthcare team.

End-of-Life Decision-Making for ICU Patients With Limited English Proficiency: A Qualitative Study of Healthcare Team Insights.

Research indicates that the increasing population of over 25 million people in the United States who have limited English proficiency experience differences in decision-making and subsequent care at end of life in the ICU when compared with the general population. The objective of this study was to assess the perceptions of healthcare team members about the factors that influence discussions and decision-making about end of life for patients and family members with limited English proficiency in the ICU.

The Team, the Team, the Team: What Critical Care Research Can Learn From Football Teams.

The Team, the Team, the Team: What Critical Care Research Can Learn from Football Teams.

Prior Participation in Simulation Events Is Associated With Insimulation Team Performance Among Emergency Medical Services Professionals.

Prior evidence has supported the use of high-fidelity simulation in initial emergency medical services (EMS) education, but there is a dearth of research on whether EMS professionals can also benefit from it. We sought to examine simulation use and years of practice as predictors of insimulation team performance among EMS professionals. The hypothesis is that both the prior participation in simulation events and the accumulated years of practice will predict insimulation performance.

Factors associated with condom use among HIV-positive women living in Atlanta, Georgia.

Consistent condom use is essential to reducing heterosexual transmission of HIV. African Americans are disproportionately affected by HIV in the United States despite comprising a small percentage of the population. Our objectives were to evaluate factors associated with self-reported condom use in a cohort of predominantly African American women receiving HIV care in Atlanta, Georgia.

Regulations, Liability, Safety, and Economics Related to Compounding.

Extemporaneous compounding is a means to tailor a medication to an individual patient's needs and may be required when no commercial product exists to meet that need. Compounded products range from buffered lidocaine to topical creams and ointments. Recent heightened regulations have made compounding more challenging for dermatologists and prompted this review of regulations, liability and safety related to compounding. With this information, providers may minimize liability and maximize safety while caring...

Rickettsia parkeri and "Candidatus Rickettsia andeanae" in Amblyomma maculatum (Acari: Ixodidae) collected from the Atlanta metropolitan area, Georgia, United States.

Rickettsia parkeri is a recently recognized human pathogen transmitted in the southeastern United States by Amblyomma maculatum, the Gulf Coast tick. Since R. parkeri was conclusively identified as a human pathogen in 2004, over 40 cases of R. parkeri rickettsiosis have been identified in the United States, most of which occur in the southeastern states. During 2012-2014, five of these cases were identified by a single urgent care practice in Coweta County, a Georgia county within the Atlanta metropolitan a...

Variation in Patient Experience Across the Clinic Day: a Multilevel Assessment of Four Primary Care Practices.

Patient satisfaction with healthcare is associated with clinical outcomes, provider satisfaction, and success of healthcare organizations. As the clinic day progresses, provider fatigue, deterioration with communication within the care team, and appointment spillover may decrease patient experience.

Medical error and liability for it in some post-soviet countries (Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Ukraine).

Introduction: Infliction of harm to life and health due to medical errors is common for the whole world and post-Soviet countries, in particular. The problem of these errors is one of the most important in medical law, although there is no unified concept of it. A small number of sentences in cases of criminal negligence of medical professionals indicates a high latency and often unprovability of this crime in a number of post-Soviet countries. The aim: To disclose the objective and subjective prerequisites...

Team approaches in palliative care: a review of the literature.

Interdisciplinary team involvement is commonplace in many palliative care settings across the world. Teamwork is perceived by many experts as an indispensable functionality of palliative care teams. Significantly different structural and functional attributes of these teams between regional and organisational contexts could potentially act both as strengths and weaknesses towards their overall productivity. The sustainability and resilience of the team also has an indirect bearing on the team functioning.

Pre-exposure prophylaxis uptake and discontinuation among young black men who have sex with men in Atlanta, Georgia: A prospective cohort study.

HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) has great potential to reduce HIV incidence among young black men who have sex with men (YBMSM) but initiation and persistence for this group remain low. We sought to understand the patterns and predictors of PrEP uptake and discontinuation among YBMSM in Atlanta, Georgia.

Reducing Perineal Lacerations Through Team-Based Simulation.

Vaginal deliveries that result in perineal trauma involve significant morbidity to women. Multiple strategies have been identified to reduce the risk of severe perineal lacerations. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of an interprofessional simulation-based teams-training program aimed at reducing severe perineal lacerations during childbirth.

Fuzzy cognitive maps (FCMs) for the analysis of team communication.

Communication in teams plays a vital role in team success. This work proposes Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCMs) as a formalized, team communication methodology for the analysis of content and flow, simultaneously, of naturalistic team communication in a structured environment. Several methods of analysis of team communication exist. Few of them, however, analyze the flow and content of communication simultaneously, and none with teams using naturalistic language. Team communication data is coded for flow and cont...

Stroke survivors' experiences of team support along their recovery continuum.

A coordinated stroke rehabilitation care team is considered optimal for supporting stroke survivors from diagnosis to recovery. Despite this recognition, many stroke survivors cannot access essential rehabilitation services. Furthermore, there is a lack of understanding of stroke patients' and their caregivers' rehabilitation needs and wishes. We sought to gain insight into healthcare and social structures from the perspective of patients and caregivers that can better support long-term stroke recovery.

Comparison of Genetic Liability for Sleep Traits Among Individuals With Bipolar Disorder I or II and Control Participants.

Insomnia, hypersomnia, and an evening chronotype are common in individuals with bipolar disorder (BD), but whether this reflects shared genetic liability is unclear. Stratifying by BD subtypes could elucidate this association and inform sleep and BD research.

NBA team home advantage: Identifying key factors using an artificial neural network.

What determines a team's home advantage, and why does it change with time? Is it something about the rowdiness of the hometown crowd? Is it something about the location of the team? Or is it something about the team itself, the quality of the team or the styles it may or may not play? To answer these questions, season performance statistics were downloaded for all NBA teams across 32 seasons (83-84 to 17-18). Data were also obtained for other potential influences identified in the literature including: stad...

The Value and Imperative of Diversity Leadership Development and Mentoring in Healthcare.

Development of an Interprofessional Home Healthcare Management Service: Within an Urban Housing Development.

In response to the need for increased access to primary care services for a low-income, at-risk community, two local universities partnered with a nonprofit Housing and Urban Development affiliated provider of affordable housing to launch a primary care clinic within an urban public housing community. Although the establishment of this clinic represented progress in meeting many healthcare needs of the target population, an interprofessional team also identified a need for the initiation of a new home-based...

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