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Great Hospitals in North America: The Medical College of Wisconsin Neurological Surgery.

The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Department of Neurosurgery delivers subspecialty adult and pediatric neurosurgical care that is patient-centered, evidence-informed, and value-based. MCW research advances the science of neurological disease with the goal of making a positive translational impact on clinical care. The department supports an environment of education and scholarship for trainees, faculty, and staff alike. The journey to become a neurosurgical center of excellence was accomplished with th...

First Detection of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) and Expansion of Aedes japonicus japonicus in Wisconsin, United States.

The 2015-2016 epidemic of Zika virus in the Americas raised concerns about the range of Aedes albopictus (Skuse) in the United States. In response, the University of Wisconsin Medical Entomology Laboratory coordinated with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services in 2016 to conduct Aedes spp. surveillance and set up an oviposition trap (ovitrap) network operated by local public health partners across southern and western Wisconsin. During 2016, 916 ovitrap events were processed, but only Aedes triseriatu...

Medical Student Wellness in Wisconsin: Current Trends and Future Directions.

The goal of this study is to describe the state of mental health of Wisconsin medical students.

Rural Health in Wisconsin-Looking to the Future.

Access to Palliative Care in Rural Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Health Care Making Progress Toward CMS Quality Strategy Goals.

Rediscovered identity of the scaphocephalic skull housed in the museum of the Department of Anatomy of the Medical College of the Jagiellonian University.

A personal data referring to the scaphoid skull housed in the Department of Anatomy of the Jagiellonian University, Medical College was established thanks to reviewing 19th century literature performed by Dr. Soficaru. We received information that the skull had belonged to an adult man who was a carpenter, born at Cracow. The original anthropometrical study of this skull was performed by prof. Kopernicki 19th century.

Review of development of Department of Burns and Plastic Surgery in the Affiliated Hospital of Zunyi Medical College.

In the 60th anniversary of Chinese burn medicine, I am honored to review the development of Department of Burns and Plastic Surgery in the Affiliated Hospital of Zunyi Medical College. The Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical college was relocated to Zunyi in 1969 to support the development of southwestern China and renamed Affiliated Hospital of Zunyi Medical College. Only a few medical workers stayed in Zunyi when the State Council decided to reestablish Dalian Medical University in 1978. In the last 30 ...

Does sex education before college protect students from sexual assault in college?

College-bound young people experience sexual assault, both before and after they enter college. This study examines historical risk factors (experiences and exposures that occurred prior to college) for penetrative sexual assault (PSA) victimization since entering college.

Surveillance of Wisconsin Organisms for Trends in Antimicrobial Resistance and Epidemiology: Introduction to the Program and Summary of 2016 Geographic Variation.

Antimicrobial resistance merits surveillance because of its impact on quality health care. Past surveillance efforts in Wisconsin involved generation of a statewide antibiogram on the basis of antibiogram compilation. However, this modality of surveillance possesses limitations.

Pardon the Interruption(s)-Enabling a Safer Emergency Department Sign Out.

Patient "handoffs" or "sign outs" in medicine are widely recognized as highly vulnerable times for medical errors to occur. The Emergency Department (ED) has been identified as an environment where these transitions of care at shift changes are particularly high-risk due to a variety of factors, including frequent interruptions, which can further lead to errors in transfer of information. Our primary objective was to evaluate whether simple interventions could minimize interruptions during the sign out peri...

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...

Trends in the diagnosis and management of anaphylaxis in a tertiary care pediatric emergency department.

Underdiagnosis of anaphylaxis is a major concern in the pediatric emergency department (PED), leading to failure to administer and prescribe intramuscular epinephrine treatment.

Patterns of Incident Reporting Across Clinical Sites in a Regionally Expanding Academic Radiation Oncology Department.

We evaluated patterns of event reporting across five clinical locations within an academic radiation oncology department, with the goal of better understanding variability across sites.

An Occupational Legacy: Malignant Mesothelioma Incidence and Mortality in Wisconsin.

Describe mesothelioma occurrence in Wisconsin during 1997-2013 by usual industry and occupation (I&O), including occupations generally considered low risk.

Multidisciplinary Approach and Clostridium difficile Infection in Adult Surgical Patients.

In 2017, our hospital was identified as a "High Outlier" for postoperative Clostridium difficile infections (CDI) in the American College of Surgeons NSQIP semi-annual report. The Department of Surgery initiated an CDI Task Force with representation from Surgery, Infectious Disease, Pharmacy, and Performance Services to analyze available data, identify opportunities for improvement, and implement strategies to reduce CDI.

Widespread detections of neonicotinoid contaminants in central Wisconsin groundwater.

Neonicotinoids are a popular and widely-used class of insecticides whose heavy usage rates and purported negative impacts on bees and other beneficial insects has led to questions about their mobility and accumulation in the environment. Neonicotinoid compounds are currently registered for over 140 different crop uses in the United States, with commercial growers continuing to rely heavily on neonicotinoid insecticides for the control of key insect pests through a combination of in-ground and foliar applica...

"Show me the Data": A Recipe for Quality Improvement Success in an Academic Surgical Department.

Surgeons in academic medical centers have traditionally taken a siloed approach to reducing postoperative complications. We initiated a project focusing on transparency and sharing of data in order to engage surgeons in collaborative quality improvement. Its key features were the development of a comprehensive Department Quality Dashboard and the creation of a Clinical Operations Council that oversaw quality. The purpose of this study was to assess the impact of those efforts.

Characterization of psychiatrically hospitalized college students.

To characterize contemporary college students requiring psychiatric hospitalization.

Physician Burnout in Wisconsin: An Alarming Trend Affecting Physician Wellness.

Wisconsin physicians are experiencing burnout at levels that surpass national benchmarks. The Wisconsin Medical Society (Society), in conjunction with the American Medical Association (AMA), conducted a survey of 1,165 Wisconsin physicians to assess burnout and its contributing factors. The results indicate that primary causes of physician burnout include utilization and interactions with electronic health records (EHR), lack of a supportive practice environment, the loss of autonomy, and poor work/life bal...

Excessive drinking and drug use during college: Prospective associations with graduate school plans and attendance.

This study examines the prospective relationship between substance use during college and two outcomes: having definite plans to attend graduate school; and, among individuals with plans, enrolling in graduate school upon college graduation.


Since the late 19th century the ectoparasitic copepod Salmincola cf. edwardsii have been observed infecting brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis in Wisconsin streams. A perceived increase in the incidence of S. cf. edwardsii infection across the state and the observation of an S. edwardsii epizootic leading to declines in brook trout recruitment in Ash Creek, Wisconsin, have raised concerns about the extent to which S. edwardsii threaten other populations of brook trout in Wisconsin streams. In 2013-2017, broo...

Relationship Between Observational Wisconsin Gait Scale, Gait Deviation Index And Gait Variability Index In Individuals After Stroke.

To compare results of the observational Wisconsin Gait Scale (WGS) and global gait indexes such as GDI/GVI, constituting an objective method of assessing gait, and taking into account parameters identified during 3-dimensional gait analysis.

Graduate Medical Education Initiatives to Develop the Physician Workforce in Rural Wisconsin.

The physician shortage is an increasing concern across the nation. Wisconsin is seeing this shortage grow even more prominently in rural counties. In order to prepare a sufficient rural physician workforce, several state-funded programs are collaborating to monitor the number of rural graduate medical education (GME) opportunities available, assess the number of rural physicians needed to meaningfully reduce the shortage, and promote effective development and expansion of new and existing opportunities. Fro...

Screening Pediatric Patients for Food Insecurity: A Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study of Comorbidities and Demographic Characteristics.

Food insecurity is a household-level economic and social condition of limited or uncertain access to adequate and nutritional food that is associated with diabetes, obesity, anxiety, depression, and behavioral disorders. The presence of these comorbidities motivated the UW Health Pediatrics Department to start screening for food insecurity.

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