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The Barrow Innovation Center case series: Early clinical experience with a novel surgical instrument used to prevent intraoperative spinal cord injuries.

The Barrow Innovation Center comprises an educational program in medical innovation that enables residents to identify problems in patient care and to rapidly develop and implement solutions to these problems. Residents involved in this program noted an elevated risk of iatrogenic spinal cord injury during posterior cervical and thoracic procedures. The objective of this study was to describe this complication and a novel solution developed through a new innovation training program.


The analysis of the state of innovation activity of NRCRM was carried out. The main types of innovation activity of the institution are highlighted, namely: creation and implementation of innovative product, innovative consulting. The perspective directions of its development were substantiated: increase of the level of implementation with the use of modern informational and publishing mechanisms, in particular digital object identification, and develop- ment of academic entrepreneurship.

The Cambridge Social History of Modern Ireland : Edited by E.F. Biagini and M.E. Daly, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2017.

Testing Novel Payment and Delivery Approaches Through the Veterans Health Administration's New Center for Innovation.

Innovation in the Context of Audiology and in the Context of the Internet.

This article explores different meanings of innovation within the context of audiology and the Internet. Case studies are used to illustrate and elaborate on the new types of innovation and their levels of impact.

The 'full stack' of healthcare innovation skills: combining clinical informatics with care delivery innovation.

Evaluation of adding the CANTAB computerized neuropsychological assessment battery to a traditional battery in a tertiary care center for veterans.

Numerous advantages of and concerns about computerized neuropsychological assessment systems have been noted. Here we report a program evaluation of incorporating a computerized system, the Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB), in our tertiary assessment center for Veterans. Patients were 23 consecutive referrals to the Western War Related Illness and Injury Study Center, an interdisciplinary assessment center within the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System for Veterans with complex me...

Effect of innovation capacity, production capacity and vertical specialization on innovation performance in China's electronic manufacturing: Analysis from the supply and demand sides.

Manufacturing in China has developed rapidly with the widening and deepening of globalization, but only innovation can industry keep upgrading and enhancing its international competitiveness. This paper combines Global Value Chains (GVCs) and National Value Chains (NVCs) in a unified theory framework, uses Structural Decomposition Analysis (SDA) to explore how innovation capacity, production capacity, and vertical specialization affect innovation performance from the supply and demand sides by examining the...

Designing and testing an educational innovation.

Technology provides an opportunity to develop innovations to improve the way we teach. Developing educational innovations must be approached in a methodical and thorough manner to identify the educational gap and validate the innovation's success in filling the gap. A successful educational innovation requires a stepwise approach that includes needs assessment, design of intervention, testing and analysis, evaluation of intervention, and determination of learning retention.

In this issue - Innovation to build learning health systems.

Review of Steve Stewart-Williams's The Ape That Understood the Universe: How the Mind and Culture Evolve : (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018).

DENIS NOBLE, Dance to the Tune of Life-Biological Relativity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, December 2016, 302 pp., £ 17.99.

Surgical Innovation in the Era of Global Surgery: A Network Analysis.

To present a novel network-based framework for the study of collaboration in surgery and demonstrate how this can be used in practice to help build and nurture collaborations that foster innovation.

Creating Value through Incremental Innovation: Managing Culture, Structure, and Process.

While the looming threat of large-scale disruptive innovation consumes disproportionate attention, incremental innovation remains an important tool for preserving and growing radiology practices within a dynamic marketplace. Incremental innovation, defined as the process of making improvements or additions to an organization while maintaining the organization's core product or service model, is accessible to practices of all sizes and must not be overlooked if practices are to maintain their competitive adv...

"Just Carbon": Ideas About Graphene Risks by Graphene Researchers and Innovation Advisors.

Graphene is a nanomaterial with many promising and innovative applications, yet early studies indicate that graphene may pose risks to humans and the environment. According to ideas of responsible research and innovation, all relevant actors should strive to reduce risks related to technological innovations. Through semi-structured interviews, we investigated the idea of graphene as a risk (or not) held by two types of key actors: graphene researchers and innovation advisors at universities, where the latte...

Decreasing the Toxicity of Radiation Therapy: Radioprotectors and Radiomitigators Being Developed by the National Cancer Institute Through Small Business Innovation Research Contracts.

The use of radioprotectors and radiomitigators could improve the therapeutic index of radiation therapy. With the intention of accelerating translation of radiation-effect modulators (radioprotectors and mitigators), the Radiation Research Program (RRP) and SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) Development Center within the National Cancer Institute (NCI) issued four Requests for Proposals (RFPs) from 2010 to 2013. Twelve SBIR contract awards in total were made in response to the four RFPs from Septembe...


This issue of "Harefuah" is dedicated to major milestones of research and innovation achieved by clinicians and researchers at Maccabi Healthcare Services, insuring 2.5 million Israelis.

About The Hastings Center and the Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School.

Comparative study of quality of life of elderly nursing home residents and those attneding a day Center.

The aim of this study was to compare the QOL of the elderly living in nursing homes and those who attend the Day Center (Centro Dia) at the the Asilo Vila Vicentina in the city of Bauru/SP. The sample consisted of 48 subjects, 21 men, 5 from the Day Center and 16 nursing home residents, and 27 women, 16 from the Day Center and 11 nursing homes residents, who answered the following questionnaires: socio-demographic characteristics, WHOQOL-Old, and WHOQOL-Bref. The responses were submitted to descriptive and ...

Platinum-mediated monohydration of SO.

The monohydration of SO2 has been achieved in solution mediated by a platinum-aquo complex. Benzamidate ligands play a key role along the process, acting as versatile proton shuttles. Finally, the platinum center allows the stabilization of benzimidic acid and a hydrogensulphite anion, the disfavored tautomers of benzamide and sulphonate, respectively.

Prospects for national biological big data centers.

In the era of big data, scientific big data have become the new driving force for both science and technology innovation and social and economic development. China is a powerhouse in generating vast quantities of biological data, which are an essential strategic resource for population health and national security. The current situation of data loss due to the isolated data storage and the lack of systematic data monitoring and management, and the heavy dependency on international biological data centers ur...

The effect of innovation on CO emissions of OCED countries from 1990 to 2014.

Human activities are accelerating CO emissions all over the world most especially in high-income nations, spurring the rise in greenhouse gas emissions. For decades, technologies have been developed and patented in response to the environmental problems. There is an outcry for innovative ways to combat the environmental menace. This attests to the enormity of research being done, in recent years, to investigate how innovation can help mitigate CO emissions. This research aims at investigating into the effec...

A novel allele for inducible Cre expression in germinal center B cells.

The germinal center reaction is essential for efficient humoral immunity, but it can also give rise to B cell lymphomas. Cre/loxP-mediated conditional gene knock-out or knock-in can be used for the genetic manipulation of germinal center B cells in vivo. Here we present a novel allele, Cγ1-CreERT2, that allows for timed activation of Cre recombinase in a small fraction of germinal center B cells. This allele will be useful to study normal and malignant germinal center B cell development in vivo. This artic...

Who adopts a patient portal?: An application of the diffusion of innovation model.

Patient portals have emerged as an important tool through which patients can access online health information and engage in their health care. However, we know little about how patients perceive portals and whether patient perceptions might influence portal adoption.

Definitions of event magnitudes, spatial scales, and goals for climate change adaptation and their importance for innovation and implementation.

We examine how core professional and institutional actors in the innovation system conceptualize climate change adaptation in regards to pluvial flooding-and how this influences innovation. We do this through a qualitative case study in Copenhagen with interconnected research rounds, including 32 semi-structured interviews, to strengthen the interpretation and analysis of qualitative data. We find that the term "climate change adaptation" currently has no clearly agreed definition in Copenhagen; instead, di...

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