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The essential skill set of a resilient emergency manager.

The broadened mission of emergency management has required emergency managers to develop and maintain a diverse and evolving set of skills and competencies. While several scholars and practitioners have offered guidance on the skills, competencies, and education needed to be an effective emergency manager, there are other equally important characteristics of an effective emergency manager that have received relatively less attention in the emergency management literature. This article seeks to provide a mor...

Refractive Index Measurement of Pharmaceutical Solids: A Review of Measurement Methods and Pharmaceutical Applications.

Refractive index is an important optical parameter that can be used to characterize the physicochemical properties of pharmaceutical solids. The complexity of most drugs and solid oral dosage systems introduces challenges for refractive index measurement methods. These challenges are highlighted, and different types of measurement methods are discussed in this review article. These measurements provide pharmaceutical scientists the opportunity to improve the drug development process and enhance product qual...

Nurse Manager Succession Planning: Evaluating a Pilot Program's Effect on Self-perception of Readiness.

Perceived readiness to transition to nurse manager roles and demonstrated leadership behaviors were evaluated among participants in a nurse manager succession planning pilot cohort.

Embedding knowledge into non-medical prescribing education.

This article focuses on the non-medical prescribing (NMP) module for community prescribers in a nurse education context. The module mainly attracts registered nurses (RNs) from community settings (such as health visiting, school nursing, district nursing and practice nursing), and is provided in higher education institutions (HEIs) as part of a specialist programme or a continuing workforce development module. The article discusses changes to the way the module was taught that can enhance student learning w...

A conceptual framework for an oral cancer awareness campaign in Northern Germany - Challenges in campaign development and assessment.

Initial impetus for action: Oral cancer is still an underestimated disease in terms of incidence as well as mortality rates; it requires urgent prevention and early detection. At present, there is no best-practice systematic approach to raising awareness and informing the public about about this type of cancer in Germany. This article describes a framework that covers the significant stages of conceptual development and campaign design to promote oral cancer awareness in Germany. Solution: The challenges of...

How to Run for Political Office: A Primer for Midwives and Other Nontraditional Candidates.

Service in public office is a laudatory civic activity, and nontraditional candidates such as midwives have much to offer in this role. Newcomers to the political process benefit from basic information about how to run a campaign, raise money, utilize effective messaging, deal with political attacks, and seek endorsements and other campaign support. Midwives encounter ethical and legal implications specific to their position of trust as health care providers. In order to demystify the campaign process for n...

The Experience of Being a Millennial Nurse Manager.

The aim of this study was to explore the experience of being a Millennial nurse manager with a goal to better understand the influence of organizational factors on role expectations, satisfaction, support, development, and intent to stay.

The Real Cost: Alaska's innovative media campaign to raise awareness about the direct and indirect costs of smoking to society.

Smoking incurs heavy financial costs for direct medical expenditures and lost productivity related to premature death. The Alaska Tobacco Prevention and Control Program designed a media campaign called 'The Real Cost' to raise awareness of the economic cost of smoking to all Alaskans, regardless of their smoking status. The campaign presented this information through television and radio ads between December 2012 and March 2013. The first ad, 'Dream Scene', focused on overall cost of smoking to Alaska. The ...

The nurse manager's role in perioperative settings: An integrative literature review.

To describe the nurse manager's role in perioperative settings.

Motor module generalization across balance and walking is impaired after stroke.

Muscle coordination is often impaired after stroke, leading to deficits in the control of walking and balance. Here, we examined features of muscle coordination associated with reduced walking performance in chronic stroke survivors using motor module (a.k.a. muscle synergy) analysis. We identified differences between stroke survivors and age-similar neurotypical controls in the modular control of both overground walking and standing reactive balance. In contrast to previous studies that demonstrated reduce...

Experimental investigation on the thermal runaway and its propagation in the large format battery module with Li(NiCoMn)O as cathode.

Thermal runaway (TR) and its propagation behavior in the large format lithium-ion battery (LIB) with various states of charge (SOC) are experimentally investigated in this work. Thermal runaway feature of the cell under thermal abuse condition is characterized using extended volume accelerating rate calorimeter. Based on the experimental results, the modules with five LIBs are built to analyze TR propagation mechanism and further discuss the impact of SOC on TR propagation behavior. It is found that the TR ...

Politics of Crime Control: How Campaign-Style Law Enforcement Sustains Authoritarian Rule in China.

How does campaign-style law enforcement sustain authoritarian rule? Drawing on fieldwork data and published materials, this article enhances the understanding of law and politics in authoritarian regimes by investigating the role of the 'sweep away black' campaign-designed to combat organized and gang crime-in strengthening China's authoritarian regime. It argues that the campaign helps the party-state enhance its authoritarian rule by resolving the legitimacy crisis caused by economic slowdown, gangs' infi...

Making a career in hospitals: Determinants of registered nurses' aspirations to become a manager.

To examine seven determinants of Registered Nurses' aspirations to become a manager in four Norwegian public hospitals.

Generating Engagement on the Make Healthy Normal Campaign Facebook Page: Analysis of Facebook Analytics.

Facebook is increasingly being used as part of mass media campaigns in public health, including the Make Healthy Normal (MHN) campaign in New South Wales, Australia. Therefore, it is important to understand what role Facebook can play in mass media campaigns and how best to use it to augment or amplify campaign effects. However, few studies have explored this.

Structural insights into the mechanism of human soluble guanylate cyclase.

Soluble guanylate cyclase (sGC) is the primary nitric oxide (NO) sensor. It plays a central role in NO signalling and is implicated in many essential physiological processes and disease conditions. The binding of NO leads to a significant boost in sGC enzymatic activity. However, the mechanism of NO activation remains incompletely understood. Here we report the cryo-electron microscopy structures of the human sGC α1β1 heterodimer in different functional states. These structures revealed that the transduce...

Academic staff perspectives on delivering a shared undergraduate medical module on three transnational campuses: Practical considerations and lessons learned.

The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) was among the first medical institutions to establish a global education community which now provides high-quality transnational health professions education aligned across three locations: Europe, the Middle East and South-East Asia. The successful implementation of a shared modularized curriculum in this context can be complex and challenging. Here we describe our insights, gained from a decade of working together as shared module Academic Leads to deliver a...

May Measurement Month 2018: a pragmatic global screening campaign to raise awareness of blood pressure by the International Society of Hypertension.

Raised blood pressure (BP) is the biggest contributor to mortality and disease burden worldwide and fewer than half of those with hypertension are aware of it. May Measurement Month (MMM) is a global campaign set up in 2017, to raise awareness of high BP and as a pragmatic solution to a lack of formal screening worldwide. The 2018 campaign was expanded, aiming to include more participants and countries.

Evidence of the Impact of the Tips From Former Smokers Campaign: Results From the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.

The Tips From Former Smokers campaign (Tips) has demonstrated significant impact as a population-based intervention for smoking cessation in the United States. Since 2012, evaluations of Tips have relied on web-panel data to attribute the campaign to smoking cessation outcomes. We re-examined the relationship between market-level doses of the campaign and quit attempts by using Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) data to triangulate prior findings. We found that Tips was associated with incre...

The Philippines' antidrug campaign: Spatial and temporal patterns of killings linked to drugs.

As soon as President Rodrigo Duterte assumed office in 2016, the Philippine government launched a nationwide antidrug campaign based on enforcement-led anti-illegal drugs policies primarily implemented by the national police. This was followed by a spate of killings resulting from both acknowledged police operations and by unidentified assailants. This study assembles a victim-level dataset of drug-related killings covered by the media during the Philippine government's antidrug campaign, and presents a spa...

The representation selection problem: Why we should favor the geometric-module framework of spatial reorientation over the view-matching framework.

Many species rely on the three-dimensional surface layout of an environment to find a desired goal following disorientation. They generally do so to the exclusion of other important spatial cues. Two influential frameworks for explaining that phenomenon are provided by geometric-module theories and view-matching theories of reorientation respectively. The former posit a module that operates only on representations of the global geometry of three-dimensional surfaces to guide behavior. The latter place snaps...

Results and implications from a gender minority health education module for advance practice nursing students.

Nursing literature has recognized deficits in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer-specific care. Of particular concern is lack of knowledge about gender minorities. Lack of knowledge remains despite this populations' increased health disparities. This pilot study investigates pre- and post-knowledge of medical guidelines, disparities, policies, and attitudes specific to gender minorities among advanced practice nursing students attending a gender minority health module. All participants in this pilot...

Social Marketing of Mental Health Treatment: California's Mental Illness Stigma Reduction Campaign.

To understand the processes involved in effective social marketing of mental health treatment. California adults experiencing symptoms of probable mental illness were surveyed in 2014 and 2016 during a major stigma reduction campaign (n = 1954). Cross-sectional associations of campaign exposure with stigma, treatment overall, and 2 stages of treatment seeking (perceiving a need for treatment and use conditional on perceiving a need) were examined in covariate-adjusted multivariable regression models. ...

Impact of the Choosing Wisely Campaign Recommendations for Hospitalized Children on Clinical Practice: Trends from 2008 to 2017.

The Choosing Wisely Campaign (CWC) was launched in 2012. Five recommendations to reduce the use of "low-value" services in hospitalized children were published in 2013.

Premedical Student Exposure to Pharmaceutical Marketing: Too Much, Too Soon?

Direct pharmaceutical marketing to physicians by pharmaceutical representatives is effective in changing behavior of health care providers, resulting in less evidence-based prescribing. Although much has been written about pharmaceutical marketing exposures among medical students, less is known about direct marketing exposures before students matriculate. This study examined the types of pharmaceutical representative direct marketing exposures for premedical students and where they occurred.

Use of Nutrition Information and Understanding of "Percent Daily Value" on Nutrition Facts Tables: Evaluating the Impact of a National Public Education Campaign among Youth and Young Adults in Canada.

In 2010, Health Canada implemented a national campaign to improve understanding of "percent daily value" (%DV) in Nutrition Facts Tables (NFTs). This study examined sources of nutrition information and knowledge of %DV information communicated in the campaign. Respondents aged 16-30 years completed the Canada Food Study in 2016 (n = 2665). Measures included sources of nutrition information, NFT use, and %DV knowledge based on the campaign message ("5% DV or less is a little; 15% DV or more is a lot"). ...

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