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Evaluation of tooth brushing behavior change by social marketing approach among primary students in Qom, Iran: A quasi-experimental controlled study.

Nowadays traditional training methods for promotion of oral health behaviors cannot meet the demand of the society and there is a need for effective new methods. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of social marketing approach versus the traditional method on promotion of tooth brushing habits in primary school students of Kahak and Jafariyeh, Qom, Iran.

Improvements are needed in resident primary care training in the USA.

Do primary care placements influence career choices?

Disturbing and distressing: a mixed methods study on the psychological impact of end of life care on junior doctors.

The Irish Medical Council has identified gaps in knowledge and communications skills of new-entrant doctors in legal, ethical and practical aspects of end of life care.

Challenges and strategies in the implementation of a two-item food insecurity screening tool in primary care.

Collaborative global health E-learning: A Massive Open Online Course experience of young family doctors.

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are unlimited web-based courses accessed through computers, smartphones, or other digital devices. Although they have multiple advantages, a common challenge is the low course completion rates. Young family doctors of the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) from more than 20 countries recently completed an initiative that combined social media platforms with a MOOC offered by Harvard University. This resulted in a completion rate five times greater than the basel...

Comparison of Newly Graduated Nurses' and Doctors' Opinions About Spiritual Care and Their Emotional Intelligence Levels.

The study has been conducted to compare newly graduated nurses' and doctors' opinions about spiritual care and their emotional intelligence levels. Descriptive study's sample consisted of 50 nurses and 50 doctors who graduated from a university's medical faculty and health faculty recently. Data were collected by Personal Information Form, Spirituality and Spiritual Care Rating Scale, and Schutte Emotional Intelligence Scale. Emotional intelligence (t = 3.42, p = 0.001) and spirituality and spiritua...

Health advice and education given to overweight patients by primary care doctors and nurses: A scoping literature review.

Health advice for overweight patients in primary care has been a focus of obesity guidelines. Primary care doctors and nurses are well placed to provide evidence based preventive health advice. This literature review addressed two research questions: 'When do primary care doctors and nurses provide health advice for weight management?' and 'What health advice is provided to overweight patients in primary care settings?' The study was conducted in the first half of 2018 and followed Arksey and O'Malley (2005...

Information sharing between intensive care and primary care after an episode of critical illness; A mixed methods analysis.

Poor quality communication between hospital doctors and GPs at the time of hospital discharge is associated with adverse patient outcomes. This may be more marked after an episode of critical illness, the complications of which can persist long after hospital discharge.

Canada's Ailing Healthcare System: It's the Doctors' Fault?

The Marchildon and Sherar (2018) paper provides some useful insights: the role of primary care, improved approaches to physician compensation and the importance of accountability and governance. But their approach of focusing on doctors, including their compensation, misses the boat. Canada's healthcare system needs a major overhaul to improve integration and reward good performance for patient care going beyond medical practitioner compensation.

Facilitators and Barriers to Interdisciplinary Communication between Providers in Primary Care and Palliative Care.

Community-based palliative care (CBPC) plays an integral role in addressing the complex care needs of older adults with serious chronic illnesses, but is premised on effective communication and collaboration between primary care providers (PCPs) and the providers of specialty palliative care (SPC). Optimal strategies to achieve the goal of coordinated care are ill-defined.

From risk to care: the hepatitis C screening and diagnostic cascade in a primary health care clinic in Karachi, Pakistan-a cohort study.

In the high-prevalence setting of Pakistan, screening, diagnosis and treatment services for chronic hepatitis C (CHC) patients are commonly offered in specialized facilities. We aimed to describe the cascade of care in a Médecins Sans Frontières primary health care clinic offering CHC care in an informal settlement in Karachi, Pakistan.

The effect of glucomannan on pregnancy constipation.

Constipation is a common complication among pregnant women; it refers to hard and infrequent bowel movements where the stools defected from body becomes hard and dry, as well. various medical interventions are nowadays implemented to treat constipation, Some of which are either banned or not willingly implemented by pregnant women; thus, doctors try to avoid such methods. Glucomannan, a combination of a few simple sugars, is an effective substance for treating constipation. According to the results of studi...

A dynamic discount pricing strategy for viral marketing.

Viral marketing has been one of the main marketing modes. However, theoretical study of viral marketing is still lacking. This paper focuses on the problem of developing a cost-effective dynamic discount pricing strategy for a viral marketing campaign. First, based on a novel word-of-mouth propagation model, we model the original problem as an optimal control problem. Second, we show that the optimal control problem admits an optimal control and present the optimality system for solving the optimal control ...

The magnitude and impact of tobacco marketing exposure in adolescents' day-to-day lives: An ecological momentary assessment (EMA) study.

Research indicates that tobacco marketing contributes to higher pro-tobacco attitudes and behaviors among adolescents, but no studies have been able to assess the impact of real-world tobacco marketing exposures in real-time. The purpose of this study was to examine the magnitude and impact of tobacco marketing exposure on adolescents using ecological momentary assessment (EMA). Our primary hypotheses were that (1) youth would most frequently report tobacco marketing at the retail points-of-sale and (2) gre...

Learning to become a primary care professional: insights from threshold concept theory.

Threshold Concepts are fundamental ideas within a discipline which are transformative, integrative, irreversible and usually troublesome. This article describes the threshold concept framework and discusses how it can offer new insights into how we focus teaching and facilitate learning around these concepts, such as uncertainty. Relevant research from a range of health disciplines are explored to consider which concepts may be critical to thinking and practising effectively in primary care. In addition, it...

Systematic review of the effectiveness of community-based self-management interventions among primary care COPD patients.

COPD self-management reduces hospital admissions and improves health-related quality of life (HRQoL). However, whilst most patients are managed in primary care, the majority of self-management trials have recruited participants with more severe disease from secondary care. We report the findings of a systematic review of the effectiveness of community-based self-management interventions in primary care patients with COPD. We systematically searched eleven electronic databases and identified 12 eligible rand...

Epilepsy field workers, a smartphone application and telephone telemedicine: Safe and effective epilepsy care in rural Nepal.

Most people with epilepsy live in low- or middle-income countries (LMICs) where there are relatively few doctors. Over 50% of people with epilepsy in these countries are untreated so other models of care are needed. In this report we evaluate a novel model of care.

Clinical decisions and stigmatizing attitudes towards mental health problems in primary care physicians from Latin American countries.

The aim of this paper is to investigate how doctors working in primary health care in Latin American address patients with common mental disorders and to investigate how stigma can affect their clinical decisions.

Periodontal Health Status and Pregnancy Outcomes: A Survey in Medical Doctors.

Periodontal disease and caries are the most common causes of tooth loss worldwide. Studies have demonstrated strong association between periodontitis and adverse pregnancy outcomes. Medical doctors, who are the primary healthcare providers, seldom advise women to seek dental care during pregnancy. This study was undertaken to explore the knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of medical doctors towards oral health and to identify the barriers of prenatal periodontal healthcare in their practices and its possib...

Sustainment of Lean Redesigns for Primary Care Teams.

Quality improvements are notoriously followed by "backsliding" or relapse to the status quo. This mixed-methods study examined the sustainment of Lean workflow redesigns for primary care teams several years after being implemented in a large, ambulatory care delivery system.

A national project for validation of the Collaborative Care Model in Swedish health care setting is planned.

One third of all persons attending primary care present mental health issues, and psychiatric diagnoses accounts for 45 % of sick pay in Sweden. It is important that cooperation between primary care and specialized psychiatry units function seamlessly, ensuring patients with mental disorders health care on an adequate level. The cooperation between primary care and specialized psychiatry must become more patient focused, effective and safe. There is an evidence based model for cooperation between primary ca...

Nurse Practitioner-Physician Comanagement of Patients in Primary Care.

Current demand for primary care services will soon exceed the primary care provider (PCP) workforce capacity. As patient panel sizes increase, it has become difficult for a single PCP to deliver all recommended care. As a result, provider comanagement of the same patient has emerged in practice. Provider comanagement is defined as two or more PCPs sharing care management responsibilities for the same patient. While physician-physician comanagement of patients has been widely investigated, there is little ev...

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...

Identifying top 10 primary care research priorities from international stakeholders using a modified Delphi method.

High quality primary care is fundamental to achieving health for all. Research priority setting is a key facilitator of improving how research activity responds to concrete needs. There has never before been an attempt to identify international primary care research priorities, in order to guide resource allocation and to enhance global primary care. This study aimed to identify a list of top 10 primary care research priorities, as identified by members of the public, health professionals working in primary...

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