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But You're Not a Real Doctor, I Mean Dealing With Life-Threatening Illnesses?


Unexpected custodial death due to acute epiglottitis: A rare autopsy case report.

Acute epiglottitis is a potentially life-threaten disease, which makes it more challenging to save the life for doctors. Unexpected deaths in custody are a primary cause of concern for the forensic community and doctor worldwide.

The application of critical pathway management to resident doctor's standardized training in pediatrics.

To further guide the standardized training work of the resident doctor and apply critical pathway management to resident doctor's standardized training.


Empowering students with the hidden curriculum.

The hidden curriculum (HC) refers to unscripted, ad hoc learning that occurs outside the formal, taught curriculum and can have a powerful influence on the professional development of students. While this learning may be positive, it may conflict with that taught in the formal curriculum. Medical schools take a range of steps to address these negative effects; however, the existence and nature of the concept tends to be hidden from students.

Evaluation of the impact of hearing loss in adults: Validation of a quality of life questionnaire.

The impact of hearing loss and of auditory rehabilitation (hearing aid, cochlear implant) on quality of life is a crucial issue. Commonly used questionnaires to assess quality of life in these patients (Nijmegen, APHAB, GBI) are time-consuming, difficult for patients to fill out, and show poor sensitivity to small improvements or deterioration. The objective of the present study was to validate a dedicated quality of life scale for hearing-impaired adults with or without auditory rehabilitation.

Rather than Surgical Technique, Dedicated Stroke Centers Improve Bowel and Life Outcomes in Acute Mesenteric Ischemia.

A Rose By Other Names: Some General Musings on Lawrence and Colleagues' Hidden Curriculum Scoping Review.

In this Commentary, the authors explore the scoping review by Lawrence and colleagues by challenging their conclusion that with over 25 years' worth of "ambiguous and seemingly ubiquitous use" of the hidden curriculum construct in health professions education scholarship, it is time to either move to a more uniform definitional foundation or abandon the term altogether. The commentary authors counter these remedial propositions by foregrounding the importance of theoretical diversity and the conceptual rich...

It's not going to be that fun: negative experiences can add meaning to life.

People seek to spend time in positive experiences, enjoying and savoring. Yet there is no escaping negative experiences, from the mundane (e.g. arguing) to the massive (e.g. death of a child). Might negative experiences confer a hidden benefit to well-being? We propose that they do, in the form of enhanced meaning in life. Research suggests that negative experiences can serve to boost meaning because they stimulate comprehension (understanding how the event fits into a broader narrative of the self, relatio...

Assessing the extent of utilization of biopsychosocial model in doctor-patient interaction in public sector hospitals of a developing country.

Biopsychosocial (BPS) model has been a mainstay in the ideal practice of modern medicine. It is attributed to improve patient care, compliance, and satisfaction and to reduce doctor-patient conflict. The study aimed to understand the importance given to BPS model while conducting routine doctor-patient interactions in public sector hospitals of a developing country where health resources are limited. The study was conducted in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Two minutes.

In this poem the author describes a nervous teenage girl who is in a doctor's office with her grandmother for a pregnancy test. The doctor tries to ease the tension. The teenager and grandmother are relieved when they are told the result of the test is negative. (PsycINFO Database Record

Visual advisory warnings about hidden dangers: Effects of specific symbols and spatial referencing on necessary and unnecessary warnings.

Augmented reality has the potential to improve the effectiveness of collision warnings in vehicles because they inherently convey spatial information about the hazard and can guide the attention of the driver towards it. For future warning systems, which can detect sight obstructed dangers, related work already revealed some advantages. In a driving simulator study with 80 participants, we investigated the effects of three corresponding design parameters which are commonly integrated at augmented reality wa...

A scale assessing doctor-patient communication in a context of acute conditions based on a systematic review.

There is no validated generic tool to measure Doctor-Patient-Communication (DPC) in a context of acute conditions.

Five-year-old historian.

In this poem, the author describes a doctor talking with a five-year-old child who has been brought to the hospital after being in a car accident with his/her mother and brother. The child is not able to remember the mother's name, but the doctor continues to talk with the child. (PsycINFO Database Record

Dissemination of Scholarship Across Eight Cohorts of Doctor of Nursing Practice Graduates.

The aim of this investigation was to evaluate the publication record across eight cohorts of post-master's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) graduates.

Homeless for the First Time in Later Life: Uncovering More Than One Pathway.

Increasingly, researchers have recognized the heterogeneity with the growing population of older homeless adults. However, scant research has considered the complex pathways into first-time homelessness from the perspective of older adults themselves.

Evidence of hidden leprosy in a supposedly low endemic area of Brazil.

Show that hidden endemic leprosy exists in a municipality of inner São Paulo state (Brazil) with active surveillance actions based on clinical and immunological evaluations.

The Hidden Curricula of Medical Education: A Scoping Review.

To analyze the plural definitions and applications of the term "hidden curriculum" within the medical education literature and to propose a conceptual framework for conducting future research on the topic.

The search for attitude-a hidden curriculum assessment from a central European perspective.

Little is known about the development of the hidden curriculum in the medical education system. It refers to a conglomeration of implicit beliefs, attitudes and forms of conduct that are unwittingly transmitted from one generation of teaching physicians to the next. How can we describe this process, what are the potential positive or negative impacts, and last but not least, how can we measure it?

The medicalization of life: hybrids against the dichotomy Nature/Culture.

This paper aims to analyze the process of medicalization in current societies, starting from the description of the way in which medicine gradually appropriated various aspects of everyday life that were once part of the life cycle of people. At the theoretical level, we are based on authors such as Descola and Latour, who problematize the dichotomy between Nature and Culture, and propose the need to think from a superior episteme. Methodologically, this theoretical proposal enables an analysis of the medic...

Getting pain on the table in primary care physical exams.

Using conversation analysis and a dataset of 171 video recordings of US primary care encounters (2003-2005), this paper examines patients' unsolicited pain informings - e.g. "that hurts" - during the physical examination phase of acute care visits. I argue that when patients experience pain in a physical exam but have not been asked a question like "does that hurt?", they face an interactional dilemma. Having presented their health problem to a doctor, they have tacitly set in motion epistemic and interacti...

How physiotherapists supervise to enhance practical skills in dedicated aides of toddlers with cerebral palsy: A qualitative observational study.

Physiotherapy from an early age is considered important for children with cerebral palsy (CP). In preschool, dedicated aides are responsible for the daily follow-up and training under the supervision of a physiotherapist (PT). Knowledge is sparse regarding what is created and achieved in clinical practice involving triads (i.e. the PT, aide, and child) with respect to the enhancement of practical skills in dedicated aides. The study purpose was to explore form and content in supervision.

Siting childcare centres on busy roads: what are the dangers?

The Dangers of Black Salve: An Unregulated, Commercially Available Caustic Agent.

Patients' perceptions of service quality in China: An investigation using the SERVQUAL model.

The doctor-patient relationship has been a major focus of society. Hospitals' efforts to improve the quality of their medical services have been to reduce the probability of doctor-patient conflicts. In this study, we aimed to determine the gap between expectations and perceptions of service quality according to patients to provide reference data for creating strategies to improve health care quality.

Presentation of the medical activity of dr Valentin Lucas as the first specialist of the obstetrics-gynaecology and venerology in Rijeka, Pula and Labin at the end of the 19th and early 20th century.

Dr Valentin Lucas was born in Labin on 19 March 1873. His ancestors moved to Labin from Gora (near Labin) in the 17th century. Valentin was a common name in his family. His family was well known for having many well educated members including lawyers, doctors, and priests. The last member of their family was Giacomo who committed suicide few years after the Second World War. According to now known facts, we can say that Dr Valen Lucas was the first doctor in Rijeka who specialised in gynaecology, obstetrics...


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