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The Best Year of Angela's Life.

Using a patient story, this narrative demonstrates why health care organizations, specifically primary care clinics, should strive to identify and to address social needs. This story demonstrates how Kaiser Permanente Washington, by using community resource specialists, has empowered primary care clinics to address social needs in a health care setting to improve patient care and experience.

Entitlement to Tell on Police Facebook Sites.

Despite the increased use of social media by the police, little qualitative exploration has been carried out regarding how online spaces such as Facebook might be important sites for Police Force identity. This study qualitatively analyzes a popular story told on the official Facebook site of a rural police force. It analyzes the story which is co-created by both the police and the public, and looks at how identity is created for the police through this online activity. The research finds that entitlement t...

Truth Telling about Tobacco and Nicotine.

Research suggests that many people in the US are misinformed about the relative harms of various tobacco and nicotine products. Concerns about public misinformation have often been framed as relevant only to the degree that public health institutions agree to prioritize conventional approaches to tobacco harm reduction. We argue that while the information priorities of public health professionals are important, ethical and credible information sharing also requires consideration of broader issues related to...

Consumer perceptions of using social media for health purposes: Benefits and drawbacks.

Consumers are increasingly using social media to interact with other consumers about health conditions and treatment options. This study aimed to investigate the advantages and disadvantages of using social media for health-related purposes from the consumers' perspectives. Five focus groups with 36 Australian adults with a chronic condition and on medication were conducted, audio-recorded, transcribed verbatim, and thematically analysed. Consumers reported that social media was very convenient, for accessi...

The prevalence of otitis media in 2-3 year old Cameroonian children estimated by tympanometry.

Acute otitis media is a common illness in children under-five years of age and associated with major health care resources in high-income countries. However, there is paucity of data on its epidemiology and clinical presentation in low-income countries. We estimated the prevalence of otitis media and assessed risk factors among children in Cameroon.

Endoscopic treatments for gastrointestinal bleeding: a story of cleverness and success.

Paracosms: The Imaginary Worlds of Middle Childhood.

The invention of imaginary worlds ("paracosms") is a creative activity of middle childhood that has previously been investigated primarily with retrospective adult reports and biographical accounts. In descriptions collected from 8- to 12-year-old children, the prevalence was 16.9% in Study 1 (n = 77) and 17.4% in Study 2 (n = 92). Children with and without paracosms did not differ in verbal comprehension, divergent thinking (Studies 1 and 2) or working memory (Study 2). However, children with paracosms...

Exploring the use of fact-based and story-based learning materials for HIV/STI prevention and sexual health promotion with South Asian women in Toronto, Canada.

Story-based learning is well recognized as an effective strategy for adult health education. However, there is a scarcity of research on story-based health education among women in South Asian diasporic communities. To address this gap, we undertook a pilot study in Toronto to explore how South Asian women respond to the use of fact-based and story-based materials for HIV/STI prevention. A total of 78 women were recruited from across the city. We engaged nearly half of the women (n=40) using fact sheets on ...

How Artworks can gather unspoken yet deeply felt experiences. Using narrative lab in daily psychiatric center.

In this paper I'm going to illustrate my experience related to the six month narrative laboratory with the psychiatric patients of the Daily Psychiatric Center located in Rutigliano. This project originated from my own way of conceiving the concept of Psychiatric and Psychosocial Rehabilitation in terms of Therapeìa, that is in my view the regaining "sense and meaning" as the essence of rehabilitation therapy. My goal was to awaken thoughts, words, gestures, emotions in order to reconnect an interrupted di...

Telling tales: unlocking the potential of AAC technologies.

Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) has been transformed by the social media revolution made possible by the emergence of mobile technology. The cumbersome dedicated devices of the 1970s have evolved into a burgeoning AAC app industry. However, the limited use and abandonment of AAC technologies remains high. Unlocking the untapped potential of technology requires a paradigm shift in the design of AAC technologies by building systems that minimize the cognitive load placed on users, adapting to...

Carving Pinocchio: Longitudinal examination of children's lying for different goals.

The current study examined children's lie-telling behavior across four motivational contexts at two time points: Time 1 (T1) and Time 2 (T2). There were 127 children (M = 4.65 years old, SD = 0.66; M = 6.93 years old, SD = 0.80) who participated twice in four experimental paradigms to examine antisocial and prosocial lie-telling behavior approximately 2 years apart. Children also completed cognitive measures, and parents completed questionnaires on parenting styles and their children's...

Using Media Literacy Education for Adolescent Sexual Health Promotion in Middle School: Randomized Control Trial of Media Aware.

This study examined the short-term efficacy of Media Aware, a classroom-based media literacy education (MLE) program for improving adolescents' sexual health outcomes. In a randomized control trial, schools were randomly assigned to the intervention (N = 5 schools) or health promotion control (N = 4 schools) group. Students completed questionnaires at pretest (N = 880 students) and immediate posttest (N = 926 students). The Media Aware program had a significant favorable impact on adolescent outcome...

Interprofessional practice: beyond competence.

Interprofessional practice is commonly discussed in the literature in terms of competencies. In this study we move away from the theoretical notions of criteria, concepts and guidelines to adopt an ontological approach which seeks to stay as close to the lived experience as possible. Our research asked 12 participants from a variety of health disciplines to tell their stories of working interprofessionally. We sought to glean meaning from the lived experience. Our phenomenological hermeneutic approach and i...

Social Media and Health Policy.

The current era is characterized by the vibrant and rapidly evolving communication technologies. Communication in any form has evolved and now includes media such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to report a few. Communicating and consuming information has shifted from the more traditional ways to new ones as part of this communication evolution. Cancer is an area of healthcare where such social media have been championed either to promote public awareness and drive campaigns or influence political decis...

Primum non nocere: demand management in pathology and preventing harm.

Pathology is not usually a glamourous subject. However, this year things have been different. "Bad Blood" - a book - and not just a song by Taylor Swift, won the Financial Times/McKinsey Business book of the year award. A presentation by the author was a standing room only ticketed event at the American Association of Clinical Chemistry meeting this year. What was the story? It contained blondes, blood, bankers (ex-Goldman Sachs-appropriately), and Silicon Valley skullduggery - a film is being made. Yet, wh...

ASO Author Reflections: Rapid Uptake of the SSO ASTRO Margin Guideline and Decreased Reoperations After Lumpectomy: A Success Story.

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Advanced imaging: the impressive success story of gastrointestinal endoscopy.

Current Social Media Conversations about Genetics and Genomics in Health: A Twitter-Based Analysis.

The growing availability of genomic information to the public may spur discussion about genetics and genomics on social media. Sites, including Twitter, provide a unique space for the public to access and discuss health information. The objective of this study was to better understand how social media users are sharing information about genetics and genomics in health and healthcare and what information is most commonly discussed among Twitter users.

Physical activity in persons with diabetes: its relationship with media use for health information, socioeconomic status and age.

Although low socio-economic status (SES) persons with diabetes show low levels of physical activity (PA), there is limited knowledge regarding which media is effective in improving their PA. This study aimed to determine the appropriate media for providing PA-related information to persons with diabetes in low SES compared with those in high SES. The data of 770 persons with diabetes in low or high SES were extracted from Multimedia Audience Research Systems 2013, a nationwide cross-sectional study. The rel...

Human Genetics: The Evolving Story of FOXP2.

FOXP2 mutations cause a speech and language disorder, raising interest in potential roles of this gene in human evolution. A new study re-evaluates genomic variation at the human FOXP2 locus but finds no evidence of recent adaptive evolution.

Evaluation of the All Right? Campaign's Facebook intervention post-disaster in Canterbury, New Zealand.

The All Right? campaign was developed as a mental health promotion campaign following the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes. One aspect of the overall campaign was the utilisation of social media as a means of promoting wellbeing messages. This research evaluates the use of the All Right? Facebook page as a means of promoting wellbeing after a major natural disaster. Quantitative and qualitative methods were used to gather data about the social media component of the All Right? campaign. Findings indicate th...

Linking Podcasts With Social Media to Promote Community Health and Medical Research: Feasibility Study.

Linking podcasts with social media is a strategy to promote and disseminate health and health research information to the community without constraints of time, weather, and geography.

A review of UK media coverage of physical activity associated with the publication of special issues in a high-impact medical journal.

The media is a substantial vehicle for conveying public health messages to the public. This study examined the extent to which the publication of special issues in a high-impact medical journal in 2012 and 2016 generated media interest in physical activity and health in the UK and explored the main issues that were reported.

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