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Doctor's recommendations for psychosocial care: Frequency and predictors of recommendations and referrals.

A significant number of oncological patients are heavily burdened by psychosocial stress. Doctors recommending or referring their patients to psycho-oncologists in the course of routine consultations can positively influence psycho-oncological care. The aim of this study was to analyze the frequency and predictors of such recommendations and to examine the use of these services by patients.

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...

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...

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.

How do Doctors Manage Their Own Colorectal Cancer Screening and What Do They Recommend Their Patients? - Results of a Survey Under General Physicians and Internists.

 Screening programs efficiently reduce incidence of and mortality from colorectal cancer. Participation rates in Germany are still relatively low. By knowing how doctors manage their own colorectal cancer screening provides information how they estimate the potential of these strategies and what they recommend their patients.

"We've all had patients who've died …": Narratives of emotion and ideals of competence among junior doctors.

Although there is reasonably rich literature on socialisation in medical schools, few studies have investigated emotional socialisation among qualified doctors; specifically how specialist training reproduces the norms, values, and assumptions of medical culture. This article explores expressions and management of emotion in doctors' narratives of work and training for insights into how socialisation continues after graduation. The study employed qualitative methods - in-depth interviews - with fifty doctor...

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.

More sensitive approach to question of sexual orientation.

Doctors encounter lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) patients. Most LGBs are physically and mentally healthy, but LGBs also have unique healthcare needs, that is mental health issues, sexually-transmitted diseases including HIV infection, substance use, and avoidance of healthcare. Sexual minority stress due to stigmatisation, rejection, internalised homophobia, bullying and violence is a causal issue. Optimising care for LGBs involves knowing patients' sexual orientation by asking them. As sexual orientation ...

Relapse Rate in Survivors of Acute Autoimmune Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura Treated with or without Rituximab.

 Autoimmune thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (iTTP) is caused by autoantibody-mediated severe a disintegrin and metalloprotease with thrombospondin type 1 repeats, member 13 (ADAMTS13) deficiency leading to micro-angiopathic haemolytic anaemia (MAHA) and thrombocytopenia with organ damage. Patients survive with plasma exchange (PEX), fresh frozen plasma replacement and corticosteroid treatment. Anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody rituximab is increasingly used in patients resistant to conventional PEX or rel...

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.

The Dialysis Less Traveled By.

Many diabetes patients can use peritoneal dialysis, which allows them to self-administer dialysis at home. But researchers and kidney specialists say there are many obstacles in the way: a lack of doctors and nurses with training in how to instruct patients, the sunk costs of existing dialysis clinics, and the reluctance of patients and their families.

Guarding against dispassion for doctors in the NHS.

Compassion has always been a vital component of healthcare anywhere in the world. With numerous definitions in a variety of contexts, it cannot simply be prescribed, measured or given in a bottle. When our patients are ill, great attention is paid to the verbal and non-verbal communication presented by a doctor and the manner in which they are delivered. However, with an ever-growing demand on the NHS workforce, numerous patient surveys across the UK have accused doctors for lacking compassion in their prac...

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.

"I Know I'm Going to Beat This": When Patients and Doctors Disagree About Prognosis.


At the end of 2017, the worldwide spread of the #MeToo symbol clearly showed the extent of sexual harassment in both the public domain and the workplace. In healthcare too, it is known that some doctors have unwanted sexual contact with their patients and with young doctors in training. In the opinion of the authors, measures taken against sexual harassment in healthcare so far do not seem to be very effective. Therefore, we are calling for an intrinsically motivated conscious attitude to recognize the prob...

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.

Abortion Bans, Doctors, and the Criminalization of Patients.

January 2018, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology issued a position statement opposing the punishment of women for self-induced abortion. To those unfamiliar with emerging trends in abortion in the United States and worldwide, the need for the declaration might not be apparent. Several studies suggest that self-induced abortion is on the rise in the United States. Simultaneously, prosecutions of pregnant women for behavior thought to harm the fetus are increasing. The ACOG statement responds t...

Case-control comparison brain lesion segmentation for early infarct detection.

Computed Tomography (CT) images are widely used for the identification of abnormal brain tissues following infarct and hemorrhage of a stroke. The treatment of this medical condition mainly depends on doctors' experience. While manual lesion delineation by medical doctors is currently considered as the standard approach, it is time-consuming and dependent on each doctor's expertise and experience. In this study, a case-control comparison brain lesion segmentation (CCBLS) method is proposed to segment the re...

Differing Approaches to Managing the Chronic Breathlessness Syndrome in Advanced COPD: A Multi-National Survey of Specialists.

This study explored the approaches of respiratory and palliative medicine specialists to managing the chronic breathlessness syndrome in patients with severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. A voluntary, online survey was emailed to all specialists and trainees in respiratory medicine in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), and to all palliative medicine specialists and trainees in ANZ and the United Kingdom (UK). Five hundred and seventy-seven (33.0%) responses were received from 1,749 specialists, with ...

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,...

What radiological findings do we consider relevant in patients with vertigo and dizziness? Results of a survey performed on doctors.

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...

Well-informed decision-making in cancer.

Patients with cancer often do not have an accurate perception of their prognosis and the risks and side effects associated with potential treatments. Research has highlighted several reasons for these information gaps. Where more than one medically acceptable treatment is available, doctors may have a strong preference for a particular treatment option and steer the treatment decision by skewed information disclosure. Also, fear of the nocebo effect may prevent the provision of balanced information on side ...

Alexithymia and tic disorders: a study on a sample of children and their mothers.

Tic disorders are neurodevelopmental disorders characterised by the presence of motor or phonic tics, or both. Patients with tic disorders commonly report premonitory urges of tics. Alexithymia is a psychological trait characterised by a difficulty in identifying and expressing one's own feelings and by an externally oriented thinking. We aimed to explore alexithymia in children with tic disorders and in their mothers. Global alexithymia scores of both children with tic disorders and of their mothers did no...

The Assistant Doctors' Experience and Vocational Training Satisfaction in Ophthalmology in Bavaria: Outcomes of an Online Survey with Evaluation of the Vocational Training in Ophthalmic Surgery.

The following paper presents findings of an online survey on the assistant doctors' vocational training experiences and satisfaction in Bavaria with a special focus on the evaluation of their ophthalmic surgery training. The starting point for the survey were recent studies and experience reports on the situation of assistant doctors in ophthalmology, which have rudimentarily unveiled the assistant doctors' dissatisfaction with their ophthalmic surgery training as well as the neglect of support for acquirin...

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