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Research on distribution of native places of some doctors from the Qin-Han Dynasties to the Republican Period.

The native places of the famous Chinese medicine doctors listed in the Volume on History of Medicine and Medical Literature of the Great Dictionary of Traditional Chinese Medicine were analyzed and counted, and the political, cultural, social andeconomic factors influencing the regional distributions of the famous Chinese medicine doctors were briefly analysed. Such distributions appear to be obviously regional, Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Anhui are the 3 provinces with the largest number of famous Chinese medici...

Specialty training for the retention of Malawian doctors: A cost-effectiveness analysis.

Few medical schools and sustained emigration have led to low numbers of doctors in many sub-Saharan African countries. The opportunity to undertake specialty training has been shown to be particularly important in retaining doctors. Yet limited training capacity means that doctors are often sent to other countries to specialise, increasing the risk that they may not return. Expanding domestic training, however, may be constrained by the reluctance of doctors to accept training in their home country. We mode...

Doctor in court: what do lawyers really need from doctors, and what can doctors learn from lawyers?

Doctors and lawyers are usually well-educated, thoughtful people. Both groups have to assimilate large amounts of information and use it to make decisions. But the way that they do it is very different. Doctors have a better chance of helping courts to make good decisions if they understand exactly what courts need from them.

Exploring newly qualified doctors' workplace stressors: an interview study from Australia.

Postgraduate year 1 (PGY1) doctors suffer from high levels of psychological distress, yet the contributory factors are poorly understood. This study used an existing model of workplace stress to explore the elements most pertinent to PGY1 doctors. In turn, the data were used to amend and refine the conceptual model to better reflect the unique experiences of PGY1 doctors.

Toxoplasmosis - Awareness and knowledge among medical doctors in Nigeria.

Toxoplasma gondii is a zoonotic parasite causing high disease burden worldwide. A One Health approach is needed to understand, prevent, and control toxoplasmosis, while knowledge gaps in the One Health aspects have been identified among medical professionals in earlier studies. As a One Health collaboration between veterinary and medical fields, we surveyed the knowledge on toxoplasmosis among medical doctors in Nigeria. The knowledge questions, which the participants answered without consulting literature ...

Doctors' behaviour is as important as their clinical skills, say medical leaders.

The International Rare Diseases Research Consortium Announces New Vision and Goals.

How many doctors should we train for Sri Lanka? System dynamics modelling for training needs

Over the years, Sri Lanka has achieved remarkable health gains for the money spent on health. Currently about 1450 doctors enter the health system annually. While some advocate opening up of new medical schools to address an apparent shortage of doctors in the country, others argue against it.

Impact of Different Binders on the Roughness, Adhesion Strength, and Other Properties of Mortars with Expanded Cork.

The aim of the research that is presented in this paper was to evaluate the physical and mechanical properties of heat-insulating mortars with expanded cork aggregates and different binders. In this work, the measurements of surface roughness and adhesion strength, supported by determination of basic mechanical and physical parameters, such as density, bulk density, open porosity, total porosity, absorbability, thermal conductivity coefficient, compressive strength, flexural strength, and frost resistance o...

Do peer review models affect clinicians' trust in journals? A survey of junior doctors.

The aim of this survey was to determine the level of awareness and understanding of peer review and peer review models amongst junior hospital doctors and whether this influences clinical decision-making.

"Everyone thinks it's someone else's responsibility": training for sexual health doctors.

Doctors' use of Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp is the focus of 28 GMC investigations.

Minister blames doctors for adverse reactions to mesh implants.

German doctors' leader condemns support for refugee age tests.

Hospital doctors call for inquiry into future of NHS as patient care deteriorates.

Perceptions of gender equality, work environment, support and social issues for women doctors at a university hospital in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is an Islamic monarchy and was established in 1932. Saudi women first entered the medical field in 1975 and the country has since seen a steady increase in women pursuing medicine. However, there is limited data on gender related issues for women doctors practicing in Saudi Arabia. Therefore, our study objective was to assess the perception amongst peers regarding gender equality and social issues faced by women doctors in Saudi Arabia. An online anonymous cross-sectional s...

Race, Age, and Geography Impact Hepatitis C Genotype Distribution in the United States.

To determine the impact of geography and patient characteristics on hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotype and subtype distribution in a large sample of patients under routine clinical care BACKGROUND:: HCV genotype impacts disease course and response to treatment. Although several studies have reported genotype distribution within specific US populations, there are no comprehensive descriptions in large, geographically diverse cohorts.

Alcohol labels should include information on calorie content, public health doctors say.

Understanding communication breakdown in the outpatient referral process in Latin America: a cross-sectional study on the use of clinical correspondence in public healthcare networks of six countries.

An adequate use of referral and reply letters-the main form of communication between primary care (PC) and out-patient secondary care (SC)-helps to avoid medical errors, test duplications and delays in diagnosis. However, it has been little studied to date in Latin America. The aim is to determine the level and characteristics of PC and SC doctors' use of referral and reply letters and to explore influencing factors in public healthcare networks of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Uruguay. A c...

A concordance-based study to assess doctors' and nurses' mental models in Internal Medicine.

Interprofessional collaboration between doctors and nurses is based on team mental models, in particular for each professional's roles. Our objective was to identify factors influencing concordance on the expectations of doctors' and nurses' roles and responsibilities in an Internal Medicine ward. Using a dataset of 196 doctor-nurse pairs (14x14 = 196), we analyzed choices and prioritized management actions of 14 doctors and 14 nurses in six clinical nurse role scenarios, and in five doctor role scenarios (...

What do doctors know about assessing decision-making capacity?

To survey hospital doctors (HDs) and general practitioners (GPs) on what they know about assessing capacity, and to determine their educational needs.

In Rural Towns, Immigrant Doctors Fill A Critical Need.

Immigrant doctors have helped fill physician shortages for years. In the current political climate, are they welcome?

Safety and Efficacy of Cosmetic Augmentation of the Nasal Tip and Nasal Dorsum With Expanded Polytetrafluoroethylene: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) is a widely used alloplast, but studies of augmentation of the nasal tip and nasal dorsum with ePTFE are lacking.

The BMJ charity appeal Christmas 2017: help Médecins Sans Frontières' volunteer doctors help the Rohingya people.

Alirocumab in high-risk patients: Observations from the open-label expanded use program.

The alirocumab expanded use program provided open-label access to alirocumab before its commercial availability to patients with severe hypercholesterolemia not controlled with maximally tolerated doses of standard-of-care lipid-lowering therapy.

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