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Using Technology to Support Data Analytics: A Chief Nursing Officer Accountability Scorecard.

Accountability for health system improvement is a requirement for nursing leadership in practice. However, to be accountable for organizational goals, nurse leaders need the tools to identify gaps in their microsystems of care. The purpose of this article was to provide a case study example of chief nursing officer (CNO) leadership in using a technology solution to develop a CNO accountability scorecard. This project highlights the HQ Essential for data analytics using an innovative technological approach t...

NHS can lead in reducing pollution to improve public health, says chief medical officer.

Chief Nursing Officer Survey: BSN and Higher Degree Initiatives in North Carolina.

The purpose of this study was to determine gap areas where North Carolina should implement strategies to promote the Institute of Medicine's recommendation of an 80 percent bachelor of science workforce.

The function of the parathyroid oxyphil cells in uremia: still a mystery?

Parathyroid glands of young adults consist primarily of chief cells. However, with age or after excessive functional stress, another cell type increases progressively-the oxyphil cell. There is evidence for a chief-to-oxyphil cell transdifferentiation in chronic kidney disease. The latter may represent a defense mechanism, transforming the actively secreting chief cells to a less actively secreting cell type. However, even if this strategy is able to delay the development of secondary hyperparathyroidism, ...

'Courage of conviction with compassion'.

What is your job? I am chief executive officer (CEO) of Woking and Sam Beare Hospices, Surrey. The charity delivers specialist palliative care services to more than 1,400 patients and their families across six boroughs, and has recently moved into a brand new state-of-the-art hospice. My role includes the financial and business running of the hospice, along with fundraising, retail, governance and clinical services.

On-boarding the Middle Manager.

The trend of promoting clinical experts into management roles continues. New middle managers need a transitional plan that includes support, mentoring, and direction from senior leaders, including the chief nursing officer (CNO). This case study demonstrates how the CNO of one organization collaborated with a faculty member colleague to develop and implement a yearlong personalized on-boarding program for a group of new nurse middle managers.

Knowledge of proprietary and generic drug names among hospital prescribers: time to mandate generic prescribing?

Although medical students are taught clinical pharmacology using generic drug names, prescribing in hospitals often uses brand names. As a result, junior doctors may be prescribing drugs without knowing their nature or mode of action. We carried out a knowledge survey of 81 medical students and doctors at a 650-bed Australian teaching hospital to assess their knowledge of common drugs when given the brand name. We identified 20 commonly prescribed drugs and their brand names based on current hospital inpati...

Do labeled versus unlabeled treatments of alternatives' names influence stated choice outputs? Results from a mode choice study.

Discrete choice experiments have been widely applied to elicit behavioral preferences in the literature. In many of these experiments, the alternatives are named alternatives, meaning that they are naturally associated with specific names. For example, in a mode choice study, the alternatives can be associated with names such as car, taxi, bus, and subway. A fundamental issue that arises in stated choice experiments is whether to treat the alternatives' names as labels (that is, labeled treatment), or as at...

Correction to: Health status of Polish children and adolescents after cancer treatment.

The first and family names of the authors were interchanged. The correct author names are now correctly presented in this article.

Primary healthcare policy implementation in the Eastern Mediterranean region: Experiences of six countries.

Primary healthcare (PHC) is essential for equitable access and cost-effective healthcare. This makes PHC a key factor in the global strategy for universal health coverage (UHC). Implementing PHC requires an understanding of the health system under prevailing circumstances, but for most countries, no data are available.

Proposal to modify Rule 10a and to delete Recommendation 10a(3) from the International Code of Nomenclature of Prokaryotes.

Principle 2 of the Prokaryotic Code, as modified by the ICSP in 1999, reads: 'The nomenclature of prokaryotes is not independent of botanical and zoological nomenclature. When naming new taxa in the rank of genus or higher, due consideration is to be given to avoiding names which are regulated by the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature and the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi and plants'. But in the current version of the Prokaryotic Code no Rule implements this version of Princ...

Correction to: Hepatocellular Carcinoma with Bone Metastases: Incidence, Prognostic Significance, and Management-Single-Center Experience.

The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake in the Author group section. Author first names and family names were interchanged.

Event-related desynchronization of mu and beta oscillations during the processing of novel tool names.

According to the embodied cognition framework, the formation of conceptual representations integrates the type of experience during learning. In this electroencephalographic study, we applied a linguistic variant of a training paradigm, in which participants learned to associate novel names to novel tools while either manipulating or visually exploring them. The analysis focused on event-related desynchronization (ERD) of oscillations in the mu and beta frequency range, which reflects activation of sensorim...

Cops and docs: The challenges for ED physicians balancing the police, state laws, and EMTALA.

State laws are awash with discord concerning whether a police officer's request or court order necessarily obligates physicians to perform a body fluid analysis of an arrested, conscious, nonconsenting suspect. Police typically bring arrestees directly to the emergency department (ED), and federal courts have begun to wrestle with the implications of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), which requires that anyone presenting to the ED be screened for treatment. Some state laws require heal...

Advocacy and Luck: Australian Healthcare Experiences Following a Suicide Attempt.

High quality mental health care after a suicide attempt is a key strategy for preventing subsequent suicide attempts and deaths, yet little is known about how people navigate the healthcare system following a suicide attempt. This paper focuses on the stories told by 20 people who had attempted suicide. Five themes emerged: fitting into the healthcare system; need for advocacy; consistent care; lucky to find help; and, small kindnesses. Positive and empathetic healthcare experiences, as well as connected se...

The Effectiveness of Self-Management Interventions for Individuals with Low Health Literacy and/or Low Income: A Descriptive Systematic Review.

With the burden of chronic illness increasing globally, self-management is a crucial strategy in reducing healthcare costs and increasing patient quality of life. Low income and low health literacy are both associated with poorer health outcomes and higher rates of chronic disease. Thus, self-management represents an important healthcare strategy for these populations. The purpose of this study is to review self-management interventions in populations with low income or low health literacy and synthesize th...

The role of leadership in people-centred health systems: a sub-national study in The Gambia.

Recently, increasing attention has been given to behavioural and relational aspects of the people who both define and shape health systems, placing them at the core. A growing refrain includes the assertion that important decisions determining health system performance, including agenda setting, policy formulation and policy implementation, are made by people. Within this actor-oriented approach, good leadership has been identified as a key contributing factor in health systems strengthening. However, leade...

U.S. Mothers' behaviors and preferences when choosing physicians for their families: Assisting "Chief Medical Officers".

We performed an online study of 320 U.S. mothers to determine how this group, generally regarded as the "Chief Medical Officers" of their families, find physicians for their families. We also aimed to uncover mothers' information preferences with the goal of helping healthcare systems improve the content they offer. Mothers responded how they chose their last family medicine physician, and the level of importance they placed on various types of provider information when making that decision. Mothers rated p...

Parabasal formulas and their applications.

Parabasal theory is a technique in geometrical optics, which describes the behavior of light rays located near some defined base ray rather than the optical axis. In this work, we are concerned with parabasal rays, which lie in a sufficiently small neighborhood of a chief ray and develop some formulas for the parabasal quantities of the chief ray. The parabasal quantities of a chief ray are shown to be intimately related to the coefficients of the first-order differential equations of the chief ray. Using t...

A Future-Focused Approach to Behavioral Healthcare.

Ethnic and gender discrimination in the private rental housing market in Finland: A field experiment.

Ethnic and gender discrimination in a variety of markets has been documented in several populations. We conducted an online field experiment to examine ethnic and gender discrimination in the private rental housing market in Finland. We sent 1459 inquiries regarding 800 apartments. We compared responses to standardized apartment inquiries including fictive Arabic-sounding, Finnish-sounding or Swedish-sounding female or male names. We found evidence of discrimination against Arabic-sounding names and male na...

Correction to: The Impact of Religiosity on Substance Abuse and Obesity in African Americans.

The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake in the author names. The co-author names should be David Meetze and Ronald Whicker Jr. instead of David Meetz and Ronald Wicker. The original article has been corrected.

Mature gastric chief cells are not required for the development of metaplasia.

During human gastric carcinogenesis, intestinal metaplasia (IM) is frequently seen in the atrophic stomach. In mice, a distinct type of metaplasia known as spasmolytic polypeptide-expressing metaplasia (SPEM) is found in several inflammatory and genetically engineered models. Given the diversity of long- and short-term models of mouse SPEM, it remains unclear whether all models have a shared or distinct molecular mechanism. The origin of SPEM in mice is currently under debate. It is postulated that stem or ...

Interview With Rulon F. Stacey, PhD, FACHE, Managing Director, Healthcare, Navigant Consulting.

Practitioner Application: Ten CEO Imperatives for Healthcare Transformation: Lessons From Top-Performing Academic Medical Centers.

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