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Is continuing medical education sufficient? Assessing the clinical nutrition knowledge of medical doctors.

Provision of nutritional support (NS) can improve disease outcome and shorten hospital length of stay. NS, often prescribed by medical doctors, requires adequate clinical nutrition (CN) expertise. The aim of this study was to investigate self-perceived and actual CN knowledge among medical doctors in Greece.

Essential Diseases in prescribing: a national Delphi study towards a core curriculum in pharmacotherapy education.

Prescribing is a core skill for junior doctors, yet 8-10% of their prescriptions contain errors. To ensure adequate training in prescribing, it is important to define the diseases for which junior doctors should be competent to prescribe. The aim of the present study was therefore to identify the Essential Diseases in prescribing for junior doctors.

The right to sexual health and the role of doctors.

Sexual health is an internationally recognised human right, imposing obligations on States to promote the aspirations enshrined in this right. However, from a legal and ethical perspective, the right to sexual health also creates duties for doctors to protect, respect and - where possible - fulfil. By means of a number of scenarios, we discuss how doctors should react to these situations. The responsibility of doctors concerning the sexual health of patients goes further than many would assume, but also has...

What factors motivate junior doctors to engage as clinical tutors? A qualitative study.

The study aimed to explore and identify factors motivating junior doctors to engage as long-term clinical tutors in undergraduate medical education.

Improving Expanded Access in the United States: The Role of the Institutional Review Board.

The FDA allows patients with a serious or immediately life-threatening illness to use investigational medical products outside of clinical trials through its "expanded access" program. In response to criticism that the process to apply for expanded access is too onerous, numerous changes have been made over the last few years. These have been largely focused on the FDA and the pharmaceutical industry, while institutional review boards (IRBs)-which must approve expanded access protocols, except in emergencie...

Musculoskeletal Radiology Teaching at a UK Medical School: Do We Need to Improve?

The United Kingdom is currently facing crisis due to a shortage of radiology consultants despite ever-increasing demand for medical imaging. The specifics of how best to teach radiology has generated increasing interest. This study aims to determine whether musculoskeletal (MSK) radiology teaching at the University of Nottingham (UoN) Medical School is perceived to be satisfactory by medical students, Foundation-Year doctors, and senior medical professionals in preparing students for the demands working as ...

Harnessing the power of an expanded genetic code toward next-generation biopharmaceuticals.

Synthetic biology has been revolutionizing the biopharmaceutical industry from drug discovery, clinical development to the manufacturing of biopharmaceuticals. As one of its most promising areas, genetic incorporation of noncanonical amino acids (ncAA) into proteins via an expanded genetic code emerged with great promise in the pharmaceutical industry recently with multiple therapeutic candidates tested in human clinical trials and one approved veterinary drug. Expanded building blocks enable proteins to ha...

You only have one chance for a first impression! Impact of Patients' First Impression on the Global Quality Assessment of Doctors' Communication Approach.

Patients' first impressions obtained during early contacts with doctors represent the basis for relationship building processes. Aim of this study was to verify how patients' first impression of doctors' communication approach influences patients' global assessment of doctors' performance. This cross-sectional study was part of a larger, multicenter observational study aiming to assess lay-people's preferences regarding patient-doctor communication. All participants (N = 136) were equally distributed over...

Why a P-Value is Not Enough.

All doctors know that P-value

Do Hospital Doctors Screen for Diabetes?

One in five hospitalized patients presents with previously undetected diabetes mellitus (DM). We assessed whether hospital doctors measure HbAc in hospitalized patients and act consequently.

Efficacy and safety analysis of the German expanded access program of osimertinib in patients with advanced, T790M-positive non-small cell lung cancer.

Osimertinib, a third-generation irreversible mutant-selective inhibitor of EGFR kinase activity was clinically evaluated in the AURA trials, where it showed high clinical efficacy and a favorable toxicity profile in patients with acquired exon 20-EGFR pT790M mutation. We provide the clinical data of the German expanded access program that further characterizes the efficacy and safety of osimertinib in a heterogeneous patient population outside clinical trials.

Can doctors identify older patients at risk of medication harm following hospital discharge? A multicentre prospective study in the UK.

Medication-related harm (MRH) is common in older adults following hospital discharge. In resource-limited health systems, interventions to reduce this risk can be targeted at high-risk patients. This study aims to determine whether (1) doctors can predict which older patients will experience MRH requiring healthcare following hospital discharge, (2) clinical experience and confidence in prediction influence the accuracy of the prediction.

Swiss doctors object to new suicide guidance.

Doctors are given go ahead to extract sperm from unconscious man in legal first.

Expanded carrier screening: A current perspective.

Prenatal carrier screening has expanded to include a large number of genes offered to all couples considering pregnancy or with an ongoing pregnancy. Expanded carrier screening refers to identification of carriers of single-gene disorders outside of traditional screening guidelines. Expanded carrier screening panels include numerous autosomal recessive and X-linked genetic conditions, including those with a very low carrier frequency, as well as those with mild or incompletely penetrant phenotype. Therefore...

Overseas doctors must not be used just to fill rota gaps, says leading consultant.

Point of Care Echocardiography in an Irish Critical Care Unit

Aims We sought to evaluate the clinical impact of a 6 month transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) teaching programme in a critical care unit. Methods An observational single centre study. Four critical care doctors, 2 fellows and 2 consultants were trained to use TTE. The study was conducted over 2 six month study periods; period 1 before echocardiography training and period 2 following echocardiography training. Results An increased number of TTE examinations were performed following echocardiography trai...

Knowledge, attitudes and practice regarding copper intrauterine contraceptive devices among doctors in Malaysia.

Intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUDs) are an important method to reduce unmet need for family planning and for prevention of unintended pregnancy. However, IUD use in Malaysia is still low. Doctors play a major role in influencing IUD uptake among women. This study was designed to evaluate doctors' knowledge, attitudes and perceptions towards IUDs and factors associated with their current practice.

Assisted dying: Doctors could organise locally for law change while BMA refuses national poll, says US activist.

The 1967 Abortion Act fifty years on: Abortion, medical authority and the law revisited.

The recent 50th anniversary of the 1967 Abortion Act provides the opportunity to revisit what has been termed the 'remarkable authority' this Act ascribes to doctors. This paper does so using as its starting point a seminal commentary on this question by the renowned medical sociologist Sally Macintyre, published in this journal in 1973 as 'The Medical Profession and the 1967 Abortion Act in Britain'. We revisit themes from that paper through an analysis of the findings of interviews with 14 doctors who, th...

A pragmatic comparative study of palliative care clinician's reports of the degree of shadowing visible on plain abdominal radiographs.

The assessment of constipation symptoms is based on history and physical examination. However, the experience is highly subjective perhaps explaining why palliative medicine doctors continue to use plain abdominal radiographs as part of routine assessment of constipation. Previous studies have demonstrated poor agreement between clinicians with this work in palliative care, limited further by disparity of clinicians' experience and training. The aim of this work was to explore whether there was less variati...

WASP: (Write a Scientific Paper). Doctors in Star Trek - Correctly compassionate, caring Kantian Zampolit.

Doctors in Star Trek are vital and central characters, often crucial in helping their captains to reach command decisions. They are also interdisciplinarians, performing not only medical tasks but also any form of work related to all fields of biology. Furthermore, these doctors also carry out any required research that pertains to the biological sciences. It is perhaps this unique blend of skills, combined with a fundamental orientation towards humanism and compassion, that leads to their default position,...

Does evidence-based medicine training improve doctors' knowledge, practice and patient outcomes? A systematic review of the evidence.

Courses in Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) for doctors have consistently demonstrated short-term improvements in knowledge. However, there is no strong evidence linking EBM training to changes in clinical practice or patient outcomes. This systematic review investigates whether EBM training leads to sustained improvements in doctors' knowledge and practice behaviors that may also facilitate changes in patient outcomes and experiences. A literature search was undertaken in Ovid Medline, Ovid Embase, The Cochra...

Introduction of an academic internship in Ireland: views of undergraduate medical students.

A combined academic and clinical training programme for junior doctors in Ireland, the academic track for internship, has recently been launched. The academic track offers newly graduated doctors protected time within the working week to undertake a research project in addition to funding, an academic supervisor, and additional training in research skills. This study seeks to investigate the views of undergraduate medical students.

Assessment of willingness to pay for expanded carrier screening among women and couples undergoing preconception carrier screening.

Expanded carrier screening can provide risk information for numerous conditions. Understanding how individuals undergoing preconception expanded carrier screening value this information is important. The NextGen study evaluated the use of genome sequencing for expanded carrier screening and reporting secondary findings, and we measured participants' willingness to pay for this approach to understand how it is valued by women and couples planning a pregnancy.

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