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Barriers to Pediatric Pain Management: A Brief Report of Results from a Multisite Study.

Pain management is essential for the care of hospitalized children. Although multiple barriers have been identified that interfere with nurses' ability to provide optimal pain management, it is not known how pervasive these barriers are across the United States.


A vision of growth for the emergency management higher education academic discipline: A program management perspective.

Making the transition from law enforcement to emergency management: Organizational, occupational, and cultural issues.

While the number of higher education programs in Emergency Management has increased significantly, many emergency management agencies continue to rely on emergency services organizations-including law enforcement agencies-as sources of experienced or trained emergency management practitioners. As the field of emergency management matures, however, becoming more complex, more technical, and significantly broader, law enforcement experience may no longer prepare an individual to succeed as a professional emer...


GIS applications in emergency management: Infusing geographic literacy in the classroom.

The purpose of this article is to promote growth and recognition of geographic literacy among students, faculty, and emergency management practitioners through presentation of an array of possibilities that will further best practices in emergency management higher education.

The history of higher education in emergency management: The Emergency Management Institute, the National Science Foundation, and the William Averette Anderson Fund.

The Effect of Educational Strategies Targeted for Nurses on Pain Assessment and Management in Children: An Integrative Review.

Nurses play an important role in children's pain assessment and management because they spend the majority of the time with them and provide care on a 24-hour basis. However, research studies continue to report on nurses' inadequate assessment and management of children's pain, which may be partly attributed to their insufficient education in this area.

Management of Behcet syndrome.

New treatment options have been studied over the last several years, with a recent approval, a first for Behcet syndrome, in the United States. New management guidelines have also been published, helping with this nowadays more commonly recognized condition's management. The goal of this review is to summarize the most important and potentially clinically relevant recent developments and discuss their impact in the management of patients with Behcet syndrome.

Entering and moving forward: Finding our way in emergency management.

Choosing a career path in emergency management can be simultaneously rewarding and taxing. The spectrum of knowledge that must be gained to be effective comes from a mix of practical experience and academic studies. Selecting a higher education program that furnishes the fundamentals of emergency management and offers a transition for many entering the field from established careers provides value worth investing in. Contained is a short dialogue of four individuals, from both public and private backgrounds...

The association between self-efficacy and self-management behaviors among Chinese patients with type 2 diabetes.

Self-management is the cornerstone of diabetes care, however, despite the numerous recommendations available for self-management, type-2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients' performance is suboptimal in China. This study aimed to explore the association between self-efficacy and self-management behaviors among Chinese T2DM patients, which might provide evidence to inform effective self-management interventions for these patients.

Do pain management websites foster self-management support for people with persistent pain? A scoping review.

To evaluate if the contents of pain management websites include the current best practice self-management support strategies for people with persistent pain, are cultural tailored and to determine the website quality.

Management of Takayasu arteritis: a systematic literature review informing the 2018 update of the EULAR recommendation for the management of large vessel vasculitis.

To collect available evidence on management of large vessel vasculitis to inform the 2018 update of the EULAR management recommendations.

Curricular innovation and emergency management in higher education: Making the general education connection.

As a distributed function, emergency management in higher education must involve students from outside the field. An introductory emergency management course was redesigned to be attractive and visible to nonmajors via approval for inclusion in the university's core general education curriculum.

Assessment and Management of Procedural Pain During the Entire Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Hospitalization.

Despite strong evidence that repeated pain exposure in neonates is associated with adverse outcomes, pain assessment and management continues to be less than optimal in most neonatal intensive care units (NICUs).

Enablers and barriers to effective diabetes self-management: A multi-national investigation.

The study aimed to identify the common gaps in skills and self-efficacy for diabetes self-management and explore other factors which serve as enablers of, and barriers to, achieving optimal diabetes self-management. The information gathered could provide health professionals with valuable insights to achieving better health outcomes with self-management education and support for diabetes patients.

Pain Management Knowledge and Attitudes of Healthcare Professionals in Primary Medical Centers.

To investigate the level of knowledge and attitudes related to pain management among nurses and physicians working in primary medical centres in Jordan.

Quality of Warfarin Therapy and Quality of Life are Improved by Self-Management for Two Years.

 Studies from several countries show that self-management of vitamin K antagonist (e.g., warfarin) therapy reduce the risk of complications compared with conventional management.

Of Maslow, motives, and managers: The hierarchy of needs in American business, 1960-1985.

This paper examines the impact of psychologist Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs in American management. I trace how a roster of management experts translated the hierarchy of needs into management through case studies of job redesign programs at Texas Instruments and marketing firm Young & Rubicam's management training. The hierarchy of needs resonated with management, I argue, because it seemed to offer both a concrete guide for management, with practical implications for designing management training a...

The Practice of Hospital Case Management: A White Paper-Hospital Case Management: Past, Present and Future.

The Practice of Hospital Case Management: A White Paper: Hospital Case Management: Past, Present and Future.

Management of Chiari I malformations: a paradigm in evolution.

Despite decades of experience and research, the etiology and management of Chiari I malformations (CM-I) continue to raise more questions than answers. Controversy abounds in every aspect of management, including the indications, timing, and type of surgery, as well as clinical and radiographic outcomes. This review aims to outline past experiences, consolidate current evidence, and recommend directions for the future management of the Chiari I malformation.

Put an End to Missed Opportunities.

The ongoing transformation of America's health care system is bringing disruption in every sector of our industry. Hospital case management programs are similarly undergoing dramatic changes as care coordination for our most vulnerable patients becomes the focus of many hospital case management programs. As a result, case management leaders and human resource directors are disrupting legacy assumptions and expanding eligibility for the role of the hospital case manager.

Knowledge and Attitudes about Pain Management among Canadian Nursing Students.

Poorly managed pain is a problem that affects individuals, entire health care systems, and societies worldwide. Nurses are involved in pain management, yet little is known about the knowledge and attitudes of nursing students.

The medical major of health management in Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos: 30 years training managers for the health sector.

A historical account of the 30 years of the medical major of Health Management at Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos is presented. The major was created in 1988 as Comprehensive General Medicine in response to the shortage of management specialists. The name of the major remained until 1994, when it changed to Integral Medicine and Health Management to emphasize its managerial orientation. In 2002, the curricular plan was modified considering the importance of having an exclusive medical specializatio...

Transfusion requirement and length of stay of anaemic surgical patients associated with a patient blood management service: a single-Centre retrospective study.

To assess the value of patient blood management (PBM) in the detection and management of preoperative anaemia before elective surgery.

Patient Blood Management During Lumbar Spinal Fusion Surgery.

Patient blood management (PBM) is defined as management of a patient who is at risk of transfusion to minimize the need for transfusion and improve the probability of an optimal clinical outcome.


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