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Multimorbidity is a game changer.

Antibiotic Pretreatment for Liver Transplantation: A Game Changer?

Community's extent of use and approval of extended pharmacy services in community pharmacies in Southwest Ethiopia.

The emergence of chronic diseases as major causes of disability and death has necessitated the introduction of new strategies to effectively address the ever-changing nature of public health problems. As a result, the role of community pharmacies in promoting public health is growing in recent years through the provision of extended pharmacy services. This study was conducted with the aim of assessing community's extent of use and approval of extended pharmacy services at community pharmacies in Bonga town,...

Addressing Latent Tuberculosis Infection Treatment Through a Collaborative Care Model With Community Pharmacies and a Health Department.

The objective of this study was to evaluate a novel collaborative care model using community pharmacies as additional access points for latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI) treatment for patients using combination weekly therapy with isoniazid and rifapentine (3HP) plus directly observed therapy for 12 weeks.

Triaging ophthalmology outpatient referrals with machine learning: A pilot study.

Triaging of outpatient referrals to ophthalmology services is required for the maintenance of patient care and appropriate resource allocation. Machine learning (ML), in particular natural language processing, may be able to assist with the triaging process.

The Impact of Contextual Factors on Game Demands in Starting, Semiprofessional, Male Basketball Players.

To quantify and compare external and internal game workloads according to contextual factors (game outcome, game location, and score-line).

Evaluating adult interaction during the Step It UP! game to increase physical activity in children.

A recent intervention, the Step it UP! game (Galbraith & Normand, 2017), consists of an interdependent group contingency to increase student physical activity. In addition, previous research demonstrated that adult interaction may reinforce physical activity (Larson et al., 2014). We extended research on the Step it UP! game by comparing the effects of no game, Step it UP! game, and Step it UP! game plus adult interaction on the number of steps taken by participants in a third-grade classroom during recess....

Experience with a colorectal cancer campaign in Swiss pharmacies.

Background Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer worldwide. Screening with several methods can accurately detect early-stage cancer and polyps and reduce colorectal cancer mortality in adults aged 50 to 75 years. Objective Test the feasibility, interest and potential impact of a colorectal cancer screening in Swiss community pharmacies. Setting 771 community pharmacies of Switzerland participated in a 6-week campaign. Method The pharmacists evaluated the risk factors through a questionnaire amo...

Infection and the role in cancer development.

It is almost 40 years since Barry Marshal and Robin Warrens identified and recovered Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) from gastric biopsy specimens. They later demonstrated the role of H. pylori in peptic ulcers and in 2005, they were awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine for these groundbreaking discoveries. Later, it became clear that H. pylori has a carcinogenic role and the fact that a course of antibiotics influenced cancer occurrence was truly a "game changer".

Electronic primary care to specialist referral: A pilot project to evaluate referral expedience and efficacy.

Delayed referrals to specialists often result in increased morbidity and mortality.

Impact of referral refinement on management of glaucoma suspects in Australia.

In ageing populations, the prevalence of chronic diseases such as glaucoma is projected to increase, placing additional demands on limited health-care resources. In the UK, the demand for secondary care in hospital eye clinics was inflated by high rates of false positive glaucoma referrals. Collaborative care models incorporating referral refinement, whereby glaucoma suspect referrals are triaged by suitably trained optometrists through further testing, can potentially reduce false positive referrals. This ...

Time trends in referrals to child and adolescent gender identity services: a study in four Nordic countries and in the UK.

To explore whether the increase observed in referrals to child and adolescent gender identity services (GIDSs) has been similar in four Nordic countries and in the UK. Numbers of referrals per year in 2011-2017 were obtained from all GIDS in Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the UK and related to population aged

JAAD Game Changers: Impact of effective tumor necrosis factor-alfa inhibitor treatment on arterial intima-media thickness in psoriasis: Results of a pilot study.

Increasing HPV Vaccination in Rural Settings: The Hidden Potential of Community Pharmacies.

Characteristics of private and irregular prescription for oral antibiotics in Spanish community pharmacies.

To quantify the proportion of oral antibiotics through private prescription (PP) and irregular prescription (IP) in the Community Pharmacy (CP).

Letter to the editor in reference to: "A web-based prediction score for head and neck cancer referrals".

We read with interest the article by Lau et al. (2018) on the design of a web-based prediction score for head and neck cancer (HNC) referrals. The authors state that there are no similar scoring systems available in the literature that are web-based and applicable to the two-week-wait referrals.

Regulating pharmacists as contraception providers: A qualitative study from Coastal Kenya on injectable contraception provision to youth.

Young people worldwide are often reticent to access family planning services from public health facilities: instead, they choose to get contraception from private, retail pharmacies. In Kenya, certain contraceptives are available in pharmacies: these include injectables, which can be dispensed but not administered, according national guidelines. However, Kenya struggles with enforcement of its pharmacy regulations and addressing illegal activity. Therefore, in this qualitative study, we assessed private pha...

Diagnosis of computer game addiction using a linguistic test.

To study the prevalence of computer game addiction in educational institutions and to develop additional diagnostics of computer game addiction using the vocabulary of colloquial speech of a computer gamer and the «portrait of a gamer student».

Storage and disposal of expired medicines in home pharmacies: emerging public health problems.

To characterize storage and disposal practices associated with expired medicines in home pharmacies of Primary Care users.

Changes in sales of analgesics to pharmacies after codeine was rescheduled as a prescription only medicine.

To investigate changes in sales to pharmacies of over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription analgesics, cold and flu products, and cough suppressants after the rescheduling of codeine as a prescription only medicine in February 2018.

Pilot testing the effectiveness of the Healthy Ageing Supported by Internet and Community programme for promoting healthy lifestyles for people over 65 years of age.

Active ageing is associated with physical, social and mental wellbeing, as well as the participation and integration of older people in society. Currently, demographic changes represent a major challenge while reinforcing the need to improve our current understanding of active ageing and promote appropriate interventions suitable for older people. The aim of this pilot study was to evaluate the impact of the Healthy Ageing Supported by Internet and Community training programme for acquiring the knowledge an...

Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator mHealth App for Physician Referrals and eHealth Education: ICD-TEACH Pilot Study.

Mobile health (mHealth) decision tools for implantable cardioverter defibrillator may increase physician knowledge and overall patient care.

Integrating synapse, muscle contraction, and autonomic nervous system game: effect on learning and evaluation of students' opinions.

This work describes the educational game "Integrating Synapse, Muscle Contraction, and Autonomic Nervous System," which was developed to assist students in understanding and integrating concepts related to the physiology of synapses, muscle contraction, and the autonomic nervous system. Analysis was made of the effect of the game on learning and the students' opinions about it. Dentistry students were divided into control and game groups. They attended lectures about the topics, after which the control grou...

Sociodemographic Factors Associated With Adherence to Referrals From the Pediatric Emergency Department.

Outpatient referrals constitute a critical component of emergency medical care. However, barriers to care after emergency department (ED) visits have not been investigated thoroughly.

The impact of law enforcement on dispensing antibiotics without prescription: a multi-methods study from Saudi Arabia.

: Dispensing of antibiotics without a prescription (DAwP) has been widely practised among community pharmacies in Saudi Arabia despite being illegal. However, in May 2018, the law and regulations were enforced alongside fines. Consequently, we wanted to evaluate the impact of these changes.: A study was conducted among 116 community pharmacies in two phases. Pre-law enforcement phase between December 2017 and March 2018 and a post-law enforcement phase a year later. Each phase consisted of a cross-sectional...

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