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The Second Act: Seeking Best Practices for Encore Worker Management.

The Baby Boomers are the largest generation in history, and as they reach the traditional retirement age of 65, many leave the workforce and seek encore jobs. This exodus of Boomers creates a knowledge gap that the Gen X and Millennial generations lack the numbers and often the experience to fill. As the knowledge gap increases, managers can recruit and hire encore workers to fill the gap and retain human capital. This article answers the question: What processes can managers implement to close knowledge ga...

Reshuffling the global R&D deck, 1980-2050.

Based on more recent science spending developments in countries such as China, Korea, India and Brazil, there is a growing sense that the world's scientific deck of cards is in the midst of a major reshuffle. But it is not clear if this reordering is limited to just the top spenders, or, indeed, how these changes have been playing out over the longer term. The new, more comprehensive research and development (R&D) spending estimates presented and discussed here reveal that we are in the midst of a possibly ...

Early occupational intervention for people with low back pain in physically demanding jobs: A randomized clinical trial.

Occupational medicine seeks to reduce sick leave; however, evidence for an add-on effect to usual care is sparse. The objective of the GOBACK trial was to test whether people with low back pain (LBP) in physically demanding jobs and at risk of sick leave gain additional benefit from a 3-month complex intervention that involves occupational medicine consultations, a work-related evaluation and workplace intervention plan, an optional workplace visit, and a physical activity program, over a single hospital co...

The development of Emergency Management and Homeland Security Degree program at historically black colleges and universities: The case of Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas.

This article shares the experience of establishing the Emergency Management and Homeland Security degree program at Texas Southern University (TSU), Houston, Texas. Emergency management programs are evolving and keep increasing and the nature of jobs of emergency managers are becoming more complex. Consequently, there is increasing need to have minority emergency managers who would be able to relate directly with other minorities impacted by disasters. This study uses the case of TSU to discuss the challeng...

AMCP Partnership Forum: Integrated Delivery Networks' Role in Pharmaceutical Value-Based Agreements.

Health care payment models that reward value over volume have the potential to improve patient care and control rising costs. These payment models are increasingly being implemented by a range of care delivery providers in the United States. Integrated delivery networks (IDNs)-systems of providers and sites (e.g., group practices and hospitals) that care for and provide health care services and health insurance plans to patients in a specific region or market-present special opportunities and challenges for...

United States Registered Nurse Workforce Report Card and Shortage Forecast.

Registered nurses (RNs) play a critical role in health care delivery. With an aging US population, health care demand is growing at an unprecedented pace. Using projected changes in population size and age, the authors developed demand and supply models to forecast the RN job shortage in each of the 50 states. Letter grades were assigned based on projected RN job shortage ratios. The number of states receiving a grade of "D" or "F" for their RN shortage ratio will increase from 5 in 2009 to 30 by 2030, for ...

Barriers to Pediatric Pain Management: A Brief Report of Results from a Multisite Study.

Pain management is essential for the care of hospitalized children. Although multiple barriers have been identified that interfere with nurses' ability to provide optimal pain management, it is not known how pervasive these barriers are across the United States.

A vision of growth for the emergency management higher education academic discipline: A program management perspective.

Making the transition from law enforcement to emergency management: Organizational, occupational, and cultural issues.

While the number of higher education programs in Emergency Management has increased significantly, many emergency management agencies continue to rely on emergency services organizations-including law enforcement agencies-as sources of experienced or trained emergency management practitioners. As the field of emergency management matures, however, becoming more complex, more technical, and significantly broader, law enforcement experience may no longer prepare an individual to succeed as a professional emer...

GIS applications in emergency management: Infusing geographic literacy in the classroom.

The purpose of this article is to promote growth and recognition of geographic literacy among students, faculty, and emergency management practitioners through presentation of an array of possibilities that will further best practices in emergency management higher education. new generation phylogenetic services for non-specialists., created in 2008, has been designed to facilitate the execution of phylogenetic workflows, and is nowadays widely used. However, since its development, user needs have evolved, new tools and workflows have been published, and the number of jobs has increased dramatically, thus promoting new practices, which motivated its refactoring. We developed to be more flexible in terms of tools and workflows, easily installable, and more scalable. It integrates numerous tools in their lates...

The history of higher education in emergency management: The Emergency Management Institute, the National Science Foundation, and the William Averette Anderson Fund.

The Effect of Educational Strategies Targeted for Nurses on Pain Assessment and Management in Children: An Integrative Review.

Nurses play an important role in children's pain assessment and management because they spend the majority of the time with them and provide care on a 24-hour basis. However, research studies continue to report on nurses' inadequate assessment and management of children's pain, which may be partly attributed to their insufficient education in this area.

Making better wound management decisions.

Clinicians make wound management decisions based on scientific research of varying quality as well as personal and observed habits, anecdotal evidence, and even misinterpreted data. This article examines some common traumatic wound management topics and discusses appropriate decision-making for wound management.

Will I Need to Move to Get My First Job?: Geographic Relocation and Other Trends in the Pathology Job Market.

There is an ongoing perception that the pathology job market is poor, which may be discouraging medical students from pursuing the specialty. Academic pathologists believe that jobs are available but relocation may be necessary.

Management of Behcet syndrome.

New treatment options have been studied over the last several years, with a recent approval, a first for Behcet syndrome, in the United States. New management guidelines have also been published, helping with this nowadays more commonly recognized condition's management. The goal of this review is to summarize the most important and potentially clinically relevant recent developments and discuss their impact in the management of patients with Behcet syndrome.

Entering and moving forward: Finding our way in emergency management.

Choosing a career path in emergency management can be simultaneously rewarding and taxing. The spectrum of knowledge that must be gained to be effective comes from a mix of practical experience and academic studies. Selecting a higher education program that furnishes the fundamentals of emergency management and offers a transition for many entering the field from established careers provides value worth investing in. Contained is a short dialogue of four individuals, from both public and private backgrounds...

Do pain management websites foster self-management support for people with persistent pain? A scoping review.

To evaluate if the contents of pain management websites include the current best practice self-management support strategies for people with persistent pain, are cultural tailored and to determine the website quality.

The Making of a Med School.

Building more medical schoos might seem like an obvious answer to the doctor shortage, especially because medical schools can bring other benefits to a community beyond producing physicians, including prestige, high-paying jobs, and improved health care services. But not everyone is a fan of the idea, and starting one from scratch is complicated. Some have struggled more than others to get established, mostly because of funding.

Curricular innovation and emergency management in higher education: Making the general education connection.

As a distributed function, emergency management in higher education must involve students from outside the field. An introductory emergency management course was redesigned to be attractive and visible to nonmajors via approval for inclusion in the university's core general education curriculum.

Assessment and Management of Procedural Pain During the Entire Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Hospitalization.

Despite strong evidence that repeated pain exposure in neonates is associated with adverse outcomes, pain assessment and management continues to be less than optimal in most neonatal intensive care units (NICUs).

Enablers and barriers to effective diabetes self-management: A multi-national investigation.

The study aimed to identify the common gaps in skills and self-efficacy for diabetes self-management and explore other factors which serve as enablers of, and barriers to, achieving optimal diabetes self-management. The information gathered could provide health professionals with valuable insights to achieving better health outcomes with self-management education and support for diabetes patients.

Pain Management Knowledge and Attitudes of Healthcare Professionals in Primary Medical Centers.

To investigate the level of knowledge and attitudes related to pain management among nurses and physicians working in primary medical centres in Jordan.

Hybrid Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm for a Parallel Batching Distributed Flow-Shop Problem With Deteriorating Jobs.

In this article, we propose a hybrid artificial bee colony (ABC) algorithm to solve a parallel batching distributed flow-shop problem (DFSP) with deteriorating jobs. In the considered problem, there are two stages as follows: 1) in the first stage, a DFSP is studied and 2) after the first stage has been completed, each job is transferred and assembled in the second stage, where the parallel batching constraint is investigated. In the two stages, the deteriorating job constraint is considered. In the propose...

Quality of Warfarin Therapy and Quality of Life are Improved by Self-Management for Two Years.

 Studies from several countries show that self-management of vitamin K antagonist (e.g., warfarin) therapy reduce the risk of complications compared with conventional management.

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