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To present lessons learned from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) quality control (QC) tests for low-field MRI-guided radiation therapy (MR-IGRT) systems.
The ear serves many functional and aesthetic purposes, and its complex structure presents a notable challenge for reconstruction. A paucity of objective data and analysis on reconstruction of acquired ear defects remains. The goal of this study was to evaluate all ear reconstructions and the lessons learned over the past decades in treating these complicated defects in a large clinical Mohs reconstruction practice.
Recruitment of so called rare populations, including refugees, for participation in research studies is challenging. We aim to share our lessons learned regarding recruitment strategies used in the "Sanadak" trial, a randomized controlled trial for the evaluation of a self-help app for Syrian refugees with posttraumatic stress.
To provide an overview of the three major deadly coronaviruses and identify areas for improvement of future preparedness plans, as well as provide a critical assessment of the risk factors and actionable items for stopping their spread, utilizing lessons learned from the first two deadly coronavirus outbreaks, as well as initial reports from the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic in Wuhan, China.
Empathy is one of the most valuable skills sought by patients from their physicians as well as by educators from their trainees. However, in medical education there is a general concern that, if not cultivated among students and residents, empathy may decline. We have assessed empathy self-perception among potential candidates who were applying to our internal medicine residency program. Interestingly, we observed that they have a good understanding and great appreciation of empathy values. Our candidates e...
According to the latest Japanese nationwide estimates, over a million Japanese people are newly diagnosed with cancer each year. Since gastrointestinal cancers account for more than 40% of all cancer-related deaths, it is imperative to formulate effective strategies to control them.
This article uses an evaluation of New Heights, a school-based program for pregnant and parenting teens in the District of Columbia Public Schools, to illustrate how maternal and child health programs can obtain rigorous evaluations at reasonable cost using extant administrative data. The key purpose of the article is to draw out lessons learned about planning and conducting this type of evaluation, including the important role of partnerships between program staff and evaluators.
Experienced critical care nurses have the expertise to respond quickly and appropriately in emergency situations. New graduate nurses, however, typically lack this expertise and may benefit from mentoring as they learn to manage rapidly deteriorating patients. The purpose of this article is to describe the lessons learned during implementation of an Expert Nurse Mentor Program. Nurse educators may benefit from this information as they strive to establish and maintain mentoring programs.
From 2015 to 2018, the Ethiopian Society of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (ESOG), the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health, and the Center for International Reproductive Health Training at the University of Michigan collaborated to define and execute the goals of ESOG to enhance education, research, publishing, and clinical care in Ethiopia. We outline the processes used to define and execute these goals, accomplishments toward achieving them, and key...
Effective patient- and family-centered care requires a dedication to engaging patients and family members in health system redesign to improve the quality, safety, and experience of care. Provided here are lessons learned six years after establishing an infrastructure of patient and family advisory councils (PFACs) focused on improving health care quality and safety.
Pediatric extrarenal malignant rhabdoid tumors (MRTs) are rare, aggressive tumors with a poor prognosis (20% 5-year survival). There are currently fewer than 10 published case reports of primary MRT of the bladder. We report the case of an 18 month-old female with an isolated MRT of the bladder which was initially misdiagnosed as an inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor on biopsy. We review the history, tumor biology, histology, and current management of extrarenal MRT, along with lessons learned from the diff...
Despite the number of hospital closures over the past decade, the June 2019 announcement of the closing of Hahnemann University Hospital (HUH) in downtown Philadelphia has greatly impacted the academic medicine community. Several factors contributed to the collapse of the hospital; however, the operational approach throughout the period leading up to and during the hospital's closing left faculty, students, and especially residents with many questions as they scrambled to determine how to continue their car...
The objective of this paper is to share challenges, recommendations, and lessons learned regarding the development and implementation of a Patient Safety Learning Laboratory (PSLL) project, an innovative and complex intervention comprised of a suite of Health Information Technology (HIT) tools integrated with a newly implemented Electronic Health Record (EHR) vendor system in the acute care setting at a large academic center.
, Lecturer in Law, Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, looks back at some patient safety policy publications and crises in 2019 and asks whether the NHS will be any safer in 2020 and whether any lessons have been learnt.
Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) has global appeal, acknowledging the important role of nursing in care delivery. This article complements the Teaching Tips column, shifting from content covered to the leadership lessons that presenters must consider when preparing for and presenting to a global audience. Four critical lessons are addressed: humility and acceptance, time for translation, job role assumptions, and conceptual clarification. [J Contin Educ Nurs. 2010;51(1):9-11.].
The World Health Organization monitoring and evaluation framework for the International Health Regulations (IHR, 2005) describes the targets for the Joint External Evaluation (JEE) indicators. For workforce development, the JEE defines the optimal target for attaining and complying with the IHR (2005) as 1 trained field epidemiologist (or equivalent) per 200,000 population. We explain the derivation and use of the current field epidemiology workforce development target and identify the limitations and lesso...