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Magnet® or Pathway® Recognition: Comparing and Contrasting.

The Directors of the Magnet Recognition Program® and Pathway to Excellence® use this column to compare and contrast the 2 programs. Both programs profile nursing excellence.


Introducing the RegMedNet Award for Cultivating Excellence.

Patient Experience: A Call to Action for Nurse Leadership.

Health care organizations recognize that it is difficult to achieve consistent excellence in patient experience. Nursing leaders cannot underestimate the importance of the role they play in efforts to improve the patient experience. This article outlines a call to action for nurse leaders to consider reframing the patient experience as a focal point for the entire organization's strategic approach and tactics. This involves facilitating a dialogue about the organization's patient experience definition; buil...


Evaluation of a Center of Research Excellence in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome as a Large-Scale Collaborative Research Translation Initiative, Including Evaluating Translation of Guideline Impact.

Research translation and evaluation are often underconsidered in research design and implementation thus limiting research benefit to the end user. In this article, we first describe a best practice approach to evaluation, for a center of research excellence in polycystic ovary syndrome. Within this, we outline a comprehensive research translation program with inbuilt evaluation of the first (2018). We seek to provide a real-world example of comprehensive approaches to evaluation and research translation.

How Magnet® Designation Helps Hospitals Tackle the Nursing Shortage.

It has been more than 35 years since an enterprising team of nurse researchers evaluated the nursing shortage of the 1980s and unearthed findings that led to the creation of the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Magnet Recognition Program®. Today, the Magnet® credential stands as the highest international acknowledgment of nursing excellence in healthcare organizations.

Head and Neck Cancer in World Trade Center Responders: A Case Series.

To report on cases of head and neck cancer (HNC) among World Trade Center (WTC) responders participating in the WTC Health Program and seen at Rutgers WTC Center of Clinical Excellence.

Medical Student Perceptions of On-Call Modalities: A Focus Group Study.

Phenomenon: The call component of clerkship presents students with unique opportunities and challenges. Clerkship programs employ various call modalities, including traditional call, night float, and evening call. The impact of these call models on the student experience has not been explored in depth.

2017 ASHG Awards and Addresses.

Each year at the annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG), addresses are given in honor of the society and a number of award winners. A summary of each of these is provided below. On the following pages, we have printed the presidential address and the addresses for the William Allan Award, Curt Stern Award, and Victor A. McKusick Leadership Award. Webcasts of these addresses, as well as those of many other presentations, can be found at http://www.ashg.org.

Rust never sleeps: The continuing story of the Iron Bolt.

Since 1981, Gordon Research Conferences have been held on the topic of Oxygen Radicals on a biennial basis, to highlight and discuss the latest cutting edge research in this area. Since the first meeting, one special feature of this conference has been the awarding of the so-called Iron Bolt, an award that started in jest but has gained increasing reputation over the years. Since no written documentation exists for this Iron Bolt award, this perspective serves to overview the history of this unusual award, ...

The Role of Centers of Excellence With Multidisciplinary Teams in the Management of Abnormal Invasive Placenta.

Abnormal invasive placenta (AIP) causes significant maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. With the increasing incidence of cesarean delivery, this condition is dramatically more common in the last 20 years. Advances in grayscale and Doppler ultrasound have facilitated prenatal diagnosis of abnormal placentation to allow the development of multidisciplinary management plans. Outcomes are improved when delivery is accomplished in centers with multidisciplinary expertise and experience in the care of...

Operational Excellence in the CTSICU.

Operational Excellence is about allowing the system to put the correct processes in place to empower all staff members to make change. These processes will evolve into continuous quality improvement, allowing the best outcomes to be achieved. At Allegheny Health Network, Pittsburgh, the right structures are in place to incorporate continuous process improvement by using an Operational Excellence board. This article discusses how the Operational Excellence concept and board was used in a busy cardiothoracic ...

THE NEW HADASSAH-HEBREW UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER: A LEADER IN ISRAELI PUBLIC MEDICINE.

Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center is regaining its lead in Israeli public medicine with clinical excellence, state-of-the art technology, high achievement in research, and outstanding medical education for students and trainees. Hadassah has two campuses at Ein Kerem and Mount Scopus that together offer 1200-hospital beds and 40 hybrid and advanced operating rooms. Hadassah Medical Center, an initiative of Hadassah organization led by Henrietta Szold, is one of the foremost health care providers in ...

Early Recognition of Heart Failure: a Call for Action.

Rationing Care through Collaboration and Shared Values.

Although "rationing" continues to be a dirty word for the public in health policy discourse, Nir Eyal and colleagues handle the concept exactly right in their article in this issue of the Hastings Center Report. They correctly characterize rationing as an ethical requirement, not a moral abomination. They identify the key health policy question as how rationing can best be done, not whether it should be done at all. They make a cogent defense of what they call "rationing through inconvenience" as a justifia...

Wound Care Center of Excellence: A Process for Continuous Monitoring and Improvement of Wound Care Quality.

Social Accountability: A Framework for Medical Schools to Improve the Health of the Populations They Serve.

Social accountability has gained importance and greater acceptance in the ever-increasing complexity and interconnectivity of patient care, education, and research that is the three-fold mission of academic health science centers and networks. In this Invited Commentary, the author provides a brief overview of the development of the concept of social accountability and the criteria for the Association for Medical Education in Europe ASPIRE-to-Excellence Award for Social Accountability, which provide a usefu...

Peter J. Dunn Award / International Solvay Chair in Chemistry for Gernot Frenking / Max Born Prize for Angel Rubio / Terrae Rarae Prize for Rhett Kempe / Frontiers in Chemical Energy Science Award for Karsten Reuter / And also in the News.

Acta Award to Regensburg.

While consuming another solemn sandwich lunch in front of your monitor, why not let your thoughts wander off to a daydream wherein you just won $100,000? This dream just became true for researchers in Regensburg!. For the first time, the recipients of the first-ever Acta Physiologica Award have been selected for the Acta Physiologica Award. Getting there, panning out the biggest nugget, was a challenge and a thrill to every selection committee member. We had a short list of 15 articles, which have been high...

Recognition Tunneling of Canonical and Modified RNA Nucleotides for Their Identification with the Aid of Machine Learning.

In the present study, we demonstrate a tunneling nanogap technique to identify individual RNA nucleotides, which can be used as a mechanism to read the nucleobases for direct sequencing of RNA in a solid-state nanopore. The tunneling nanogap is composed of two electrodes separated by a distance of < 3 nanometers and functionalized with a recognition molecule. When a chemical entity is captured in the gap, it generates electron tunneling currents, a process we call recognition tunneling (RT). Using RT nanoga...

Effect of Once Weekly Dulaglutide by Baseline Beta-cell Function in People with Type 2 Diabetes in the AWARD Programme.

Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists lower blood glucose in T2D partially through glucose-dependent stimulation of insulin secretion. The aim of the study was to investigate whether or not beta-cell function (measured by HOMA2-%B) at baseline affects the glycaemic response to dulaglutide. Dulaglutide-treated patients from AWARD-1, AWARD-3 and AWARD-6 clinical studies were categorised based on their homeostatic model assessment of beta-cell function (HOMA2-%B) tertiles. Changes in glycaemic measures in ...

Uncertain call likelihood negatively affects sleep and next-day cognitive performance while on-call in a laboratory environment.

On-call working arrangements are employed in a number of industries to manage unpredictable events, and often involve tasks that are safety- or time-critical. This study investigated the effects of call likelihood during an overnight on-call shift on self-reported pre-bed anxiety, sleep and next-day cognitive performance. A four-night laboratory-based protocol was employed, with an adaptation, a control and two counterbalanced on-call nights. On one on-call night, participants were instructed that they woul...

Implementation of a nationwide health economic consultation service to assist substance use researchers: Lessons learned.

Health economic evaluation findings assist stakeholders in improving the quality, availability, scalability, and sustainability of evidence-based services, and in maximizing the efficiency of service delivery. The Center for Health Economics of Treatment Interventions for Substance Use Disorders, HCV, and HIV (CHERISH) is a NIDA-funded multi-institutional center of excellence whose mission is to develop and disseminate health-economic research on healthcare utilization, health outcomes, and health-related b...

PRESENTATION OF THE ASHTON CUCKLER NEW INVESTIGATOR AWARD TO DR. KYLE GUSTAFSON.

I am submitting my introduction of Dr. Kyle Gustafson for the American Society of Parasitologists Ashton Cuckler New Investigator Award I presented at the ASP annual meeting in Cancun Mexico a few months ago.

No rest for the women: Understanding the impact of on-call work for women in the emergency services.

The unpredictable, "on-call" component of the emergency services (ES) may be difficult to navigate in the context of domestic and work responsibilities, and especially difficult for women, given they tend to take on a greater household burden than do men. Our aim was to understand women's experiences in the ES, particularly the impact of being on-call and related coping strategies.

Structural approaches to knowledge exchange: comparing practices across five centres of excellence in public health.

In 2008, five UKCRC Public Health Research Centres of Excellence were created to develop a coordinated approach to policy and practice engagement and knowledge exchange. The five Centres have developed their own models and practices for achieving these aims, which have not been compared in detail to date.


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