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Duties, rights and activity monitoring of the head of a medical organization worldwide.

The quality of medical care in a medical organization is largely determined by the effectiveness of its Head. The article looks at current regulatory acts, main factors of healthcare organization process in developed countries (France, Switzerland, Australia and South Korea) and methods for assessing the quality of health services. This work analyzes the world practice of appointment, functioning and activity effectiveness of the heads of healthcare system.

Appraising Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Clinical Practice Guidelines for Effective Dissemination and Implementation Design.

Dissemination and implementation (D&I) science analyzes interventional strategies that aid in spreading scientific knowledge, adopting evidence into practice, and identifying barriers to maximize successful integration of science into practice. This study set out to critically appraise the published D&I strategies of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF) Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) and to introduce the theories of D&I science.

Artificial intelligence in healthcare and the transformation of healthcare professions.

By integrating artificial intelligence (AI) to their practice, healthcare professions will evolve towards more efficient patient management and better quality of care. These changes require new competencies to which all professionals must be trained. A methodology to quantify the impact of AI on healthcare occupations can be used to support and anticipate these changes.

Hand hygiene knowledge, perception and practice of healthcare workers in a Turkish university hospital intensive care unit.

While improvement of hand hygiene (HH) compliance is considered as the best approach to reduce healthcare-associated infections, the instructional interventions in HH among healthcare workers of intensive care unit (ICU) of our hospital was not successful enough. The following study was conducted to evaluate HH knowledge, perception, practice and effectiveness of the trainings among healthcare workers of ICU in our hospital.

Learning healthcare systems: a perspective from the US.

Changes under way in the healthcare environment have the potential to accelerate the pace at which evidence is incorporated into practice. Motivated by new payment models that hold clinicians accountable for cost and quality, healthcare organisations in the US are developing their capacity to become learning healthcare systems that are able to generate, adopt and apply evidence to support quality improvement and high-value care. The pace at which healthcare organisations will make progress will depend on wh...

Women and healthcare providers' knowledge, attitudes and practice related to pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse: A Systematic review.

To identify the knowledge, attitudes and practice of women and healthcare professionals in relation to pessary use for POP.

Interprofessional Healthcare Students' Perceptions of a Simulation-Based Learning Experience.

Academic healthcare programs are incorporating interprofessional education (IPE) into students' learning experiences in order to prepare students for optimal clinical practice. This paper describes a simulation-based learning experience (SBLE) designed to encourage students (n = 130) from six healthcare professions to learn more about interprofessional communication, roles and responsibilities of the healthcare team, and knowledge of interprofessional collaborative practice. Data analysis showed statistical...

Regulatory Support for Monitoring the Effectiveness of Medical Managers.

Authors considered the issue of regulatory support for dynamic control methodology concerning the performance efficiency of a head (head physician) of the medical organization of Moscow healthcare system. The regulatory framework for assessing the performance of managers in the public healthcare management system is described. The indicators for assessing the execution effectiveness of the state program "Development of Healthcare in the Russian Federation" and Moscow program "Development of Healthcare in Mo...

Healthcare utilization, follow-up of guidelines and practice variation on rhinosinusitis in adults; a health care reimbursement claims study in the Netherlands.

To provide insight into healthcare utilization of rhinosinusitis, compare data with clinical practice guideline recommendations and assess practice variation.

Knowledge, attitude, behaviour of the future healthcare professionals towards the self-medication practice with antibiotics.

Self-medication with antibiotics (SMA) is a major health problem in the developing world including the kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). This practice remains an emerging challenge for the healthcare providers. A few previous studies have estimated the prevalence of SMA among the general population of KSA, but there had been no such studies on healthcare students. We aimed to estimate the prevalence of SMA among medical, non-medical students and to evaluate its determinants.

"Completely and utterly flummoxed and out of my depth": patient and caregiver experiences during and after treatment for head and neck cancer-a qualitative evaluation of barriers and facilitators to best-practice nutrition care.

Malnutrition is prevalent in patients with head and neck cancer (HNC), impacting on outcomes. Despite publication of best-practice nutrition care clinical guidelines, evidence-practice gaps persist.

Implementing Faculty Development Programs: Moving From Theory to Practice.

Development of undergraduate nursing entrustable professional activities to enhance clinical care and practice.

Nursing education adopts a time-based approach to assess the multifaceted competencies of student nurses. The competency-based approach is preferred historically as it is practical and ensures that individuals deliver effective healthcare practice. However, there remains a gap on how these competencies are actually applied in nursing practice. To facilitate the connection between competencies, competency-based education, and nursing practice, entrustable professional activities (EPAs) can be utilized to tra...

Healthcare Costs of Patients With Biopsy-Confirmed Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease are Nearly Twice Those of Matched Controls.

Data on healthcare resource use and costs associated with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in clinical practice are lacking. We compared real-life healthcare costs of patients with NAFLD to matched controls.

Key challenges for delivering clinical impact with artificial intelligence.

Artificial intelligence (AI) research in healthcare is accelerating rapidly, with potential applications being demonstrated across various domains of medicine. However, there are currently limited examples of such techniques being successfully deployed into clinical practice. This article explores the main challenges and limitations of AI in healthcare, and considers the steps required to translate these potentially transformative technologies from research to clinical practice.

A pilot study on the Vanderbilt head and neck symptom survey Italian version (VHNSS-IT) to test its feasibility and utility in routine clinical practice.

Patient-reported outcome measures can be useful to assess symptoms in head and neck cancer (HNC) patients treated with radio-chemotherapy. This is a pilot study on the VHNSS-IT (the Italian version of the Vanderbilt head and neck symptom survey) performed to assess both the feasibility and utility of its administration in clinical practice.

Guideline adherence in the management of head injury in Australian children: A population-based sample survey.

Head injuries in children are a common and potentially devastating presentation. The CareTrack Kids (CTK) study assessed care of Australian children aged 0-15 years, in 2012 and 2013, to evaluate the proportion in line with guideline-based indicators for 17 common conditions. Overall adherence to guideline-based recommended practice occurred 59.8% of care encounters (95% CI: 57.5-62.0), and 78.3% (95% CI: 75.1-81.2) for head injury. This paper presents results for head injury, at indicator level.

Providing care to refugees through mainstream general practice in the southern health region of New Zealand: a qualitative study of primary healthcare professionals' perspectives.

To explore the perspectives of primary healthcare (PHC) professionals providing care to refugees through mainstream general practice.

To eat is to practice-managing eating problems after head and neck cancer.

The purpose of this qualitative study was twofold: (1) to explore head and neck cancer (HNC) survivors' experiences of everyday life with eating problems after cancer treatment and (2) to explore their experiences of participating in a multidisciplinary residential rehabilitation program with a primary focus on physical, psychological, and social aspects of eating problems after treatment.

Perceived Clinical Practice Competency and Associated Factors Among Undergraduate Students of Medicine and Health Science Collage in Dilla University, SNNPR, Ethiopia.

The dynamic and uncertain nature of the healthcare environment requires competent health professionals to manage the changing environment. However, globally and regionally there is a shortage of competent health professionals. Understanding the causes of poor performance of healthcare is crucial to provide high-quality healthcare service. So this study aims to assess perceived clinical competence and associated factors among undergraduate medicine and health science students at Dilla University, medical and...

The Evolution of Spiritual Care in the NCCN Distress Management Guidelines.

Spiritual care and chaplaincy have been part of the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines) for Distress Management since the first meeting of the panel in 1997, possibly the first time this degree of spiritual care and chaplaincy care integration occurred in cancer care. Since that time, the chaplaincy care section of the guidelines, especially chaplain assessment categories derived from a spiritual care assessment, have provided a major resource for healthcare chaplaincy and have s...

Contrasting Perspectives of Practice Leaders and Practice Facilitators May Be Common in Quality Improvement Initiatives.

Practice facilitation is an approach for advancing quality improvement (QI), but its success depends on effective relationships and communication among participants. Our goal was to identify patterns of contrasting perspectives on implementation issues between practice leaders and their practice facilitators, and factors that may contribute to them. We conducted individual interviews with practice leaders and the practice facilitators assigned to them as part of a program focused on preventive cardiology wi...

Lowbury Lecture 2018. Chlorhexidine-Based Decolonization to Reduce Healthcare-Associated Infections and Multidrug-Resistant Organisms (MDROs): Who, What, Where, When, and Why?

Body surface decolonization with chlorhexidine bathing and nasal mupirocin has become a simple solution for prevention of healthcare-associated infections. The clinical trial evidence for this practice will be reviewed to understand who benefits from this practice, for what reasons, and at what times. The method of bathing and nasal decolonization will also be discussed as proper application is needed for maximal effectiveness. Finally, the conflict between current effectiveness and future potential for fue...

Primary Care Clinical Guidelines: Analgesia.

The development of clinical guidelines is standard practice in human healthcare, and these have been shown to influence clinical decision making in clinical settings [1-7]. The wealth of randomised clinical trials and systematic reviews of treatment modalities in human healthcare provide robust evidence for the formation of such documents [8]. The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has initiated the development of guidelines for clinical practice aimed at equine primary care in an ambulatory setti...

The Development of Clinical Genomics and Genetics Within Healthcare: How Should the Allied Health Professions Respond?

Clinical genomics is becoming mainstream, providing personalized information that is relevant to clinical assessment, management, and decision-making on a patient-by-patient basis. This emphasis on personalized medicine has been featured in medical and nursing/midwifery entry-level curricula for some time. These curricula frameworks enable work-ready professionals to embrace genomics as part of standard care. The uptake of genomics across healthcare should also feature across the allied health professions w...

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