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Networking Matters: A Social Network Analysis of the Association of Program Directors of Internal Medicine.

Networking has positive effects on career development; however, personal characteristics of group members such as gender or diversity may foster or hinder member connectedness. Social network analysis explores interrelationships between people in groups by measuring the strength of connection between all possible pairs in a given network. Social network analysis has rarely been used to examine network connections among members in an academic medical society. This study seeks to ascertain the strength of con...

Quality Review in Psychiatry.

This position paper has been substantially revised by the Canadian Psychiatric Association's Professional Standards and Practice Committee and approved for republication by the CPA's Board of Directors on August 31, 2016. The original position paperwas developed by the Professional Standards and Practice Council and approved by the Board of Directors on April 9, 1994.

Media Guidelines for Reporting on Suicide: 2017 Update of the Canadian Psychiatric Association Policy Paper.

This paper has been substantially revised by the Canadian Psychiatric Association's Research Committee and approved for republication by the CPA's Board of Directors on May 3, 2017. The original policy paperwas developed by the Scientific and Research Affairs Standing Committee and approved by the Board of Directors on November 10, 2008.

The Importance of Structure and Connection for People Living With Schizophrenia: A 33-Year Outpatient Group Experience.

This paper evaluates an outpatient group for persons living with schizophrenia. Qualitative changes and psychiatric admissions among group members were reviewed to measure recovery. Thirty-two members have attended sessions for up to 28 years. Meaningful interactions (e.g., supportive comments) have increased and hospitalizations have decreased. The support of the therapists and the other group members has allowed for personal recovery and developing and maintaining social connections. Prior to starting th...

The Four Horsemen and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN).

After the gradual introduction of specialties in medicine in the United States during the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) was founded in 1934 to provide specialty regulation (training oversight, examination, and certification). The name reflects the combined practice of psychiatry and neurology that was still present at the time. Directors were nominated by the founding organizations: American Psychiatry Association (APA), American Neurolo...

Board of Directors Names Clare L. Ardern Next JOSPT Editor-in-Chief.

The JOSPT/Movement Science Media (MSM) Board of Directors is pleased to announce its appointment of the first woman Editor-in-Chief (EIC) of the Journal, Clare L. Ardern, PT, PhD. Dr Ardern succeeds J. Haxby Abbott, DPT, PhD, FNZCP, who held this position for 2 years from January 2016 through December 2017. Beginning July 1, 2018 and for the next year, Dr Ardern will work collaboratively as EIC Elect with Guy G. Simoneau, PT, PhD, ATC, FAPTA, who is currently serving as Interim EIC and previously served as ...

Standards of Evidence for Conducting and Reporting Economic Evaluations in Prevention Science.

Over a decade ago, the Society for Prevention Research endorsed the first standards of evidence for research in preventive interventions. The growing recognition of the need to use limited resources to make sound investments in prevention led the Board of Directors to charge a new task force to set standards for research in analysis of the economic impact of preventive interventions. This article reports the findings of this group's deliberations, proposes standards for economic analyses, and identifies opp...

Collaboration Challenges and Opportunities: A Survey of School Foodservice Directors and Community Health Coalition Members.

The Healthy, Huger-Free Kids Act (HHFKA) presents challenges for foodservice directors (FSDs) in sourcing and preparing foods that meet nutrition standards. Concurrently, community health coalition members (CHCs) are engaging schools through community and school nutrition initiatives. We hypothesized significant differences in perceptions between FSDs and CHCs related to implementation of HHFKA such that FSDs would perceive greater foodservice challenges, while CHCs would be more supportive of community nut...

Practice Drift: Are There Risks When Integrative Medicine Physicians Exceed Their Scope?

Editor´s Note: This is the third commentary from the JACM column partnership with the Osher Collaborative for IntegrativeMedicine. These quarterly columns from leaders of the seven prominent academic centers that constitute the Collaborative are meant to stimulate and enliven thinking about the paradigm, practice, and policy to advance integrative health. In this column, two members at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine in Chicago, Illinois and San Francisco, California, take on a challenge pioneeri...

Correction to: Infection-related ventilator-associated complications in ICU patients colonised with extended-spectrum β-lactamase-producing Enterobacteriaceae.

The members of the OUTCOMEREA Study Group were provided in such a way that they could not be indexed as collaborators on PubMed. The publisher apologizes for this error and is pleased to list the members of the group here.

Greater University Identification-But not Greater Contact-Leads to More Life Satisfaction: Evidence from a Spanish Longitudinal Study.

A growing body of literature has highlighted the relationship between group identification (a subjective sense of belonging to one's social group, coupled with a subjective sense of commonality with the group's members) and well-being. However, little of this work is longitudinal, and few studies address reciprocal causality or control for intensity of contact with fellow group members.

Initial prejudices create cross-generational intergroup mistrust.

The present investigation modeled the emergence and persistence of intergroup bias and discrimination in artificial societies. Initial unfair prejudices held by members of a dominant group elicit confirmatory behavior (diminished cooperation) from members of a subordinate group via a self-fulfilling prophecy. Further, when individual learning is tempered by conformity to peers, inaccurate beliefs about the stigmatized subordinate group persist long-term. Even completely replacing dominant group members with...

Perceptions by Families of EMS Interventions During Imminent Pediatric Out-of-Hospital Death.

To understand how family members view the ways EMS and other first responders interact with distressed family members during an intervention involving a recent or impending pediatric death.

Why we sometimes punish the innocent: The role of group entitativity in collective punishment.

Because punishments are expected to give offenders what they deserve proportionally to the severity of their offenses, the punishment of an entire group because of the misdeed of a few of its members is generally considered as unfair. Group entitativity might increase support for such collective punishment, because members of highly entitative groups are perceived as more similar and interchangeable. We designed three experiments comparing support for third-party collective punishment of low versus high ent...

Fear of Pain and Event-Related Potentials During Exposure to Image-Cued Somatosensory Stimulation.

Numerous behavior studies have assessed links of pain-related fear with biases in attention towards pain stimuli but considerably less is known about neural processes underlying such biases. To address this gap, event-related potentials (ERPs) were examined as 39 high pain-fearful (Hi-FOP) and 36 low pain-fearful (Lo-FOP) adults (1) viewed non-painful versus painful images and (2) subsequently received non-painful versus possibly painful somatosensory stimulation, respectively. The Hi-FOP group judged both ...

International Medical Graduates in Psychiatry: Cultural Issues in Training and Continuing Professional Development.

A position paper developed by the Canadian Psychiatric Association's Education Committee and approved by the CPA's Board of Directors on August 15, 2016.

They do not suffer like us: The differential attribution of social pain as a dehumanization criterion in children.

Social pain is considered a feature of humanity. The goal of this study was to confirm whether children, like adults, dehumanise out-group members attributing them less capacity to experience social pain than to in-group members.

Leaders promote attendance in sport and exercise sessions by fostering social identity.

Sport and exercise participation exert a positive effect on numerous aspects of individuals' health. Although sport and exercise leaders have generally been observed to play a key role in shaping group members' behavior, our understanding of their impact on group members' attendance in sport and exercise sessions is limited. To address this, and building on promising findings in other domains, we examined associations between perceptions of sport and exercise leaders' engagement in social identity leadershi...

Taking one for the team: Physiological trajectories of painful intergroup retaliation.

Retaliating against a threatening outgroup offers group members specific rewards, such as restored group esteem, a reduction in anger, and a sense of gratification. Because retaliation is rewarding, group members may appraise an attack on the outgroup to be beneficial, even if it feels physically painful. We hypothesized that group members would be more willing to endure pain to retaliate against a threatening outgroup, and that appraising the painful retaliation as rewarding would down-regulate their physi...

Symptom Reporting Patterns of US Military Service Members with a History of Concussion According to Duty Status.

To compare symptom reporting patterns of service members with a history of concussion based on work status: full duty, limited duty, or in the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB)/disability process.

Autonomic Synchronization, Team Coordination, Participation, and Performance.

The synchronization of autonomic arousal levels within dyads and larger teams has become a potentially important variable in the explanation of team performance and group processes. Synchronization research with groups of three or more members has been challenging because of limited means for quantifying relationships that are more extensive than dyads. This article presents an empirical investigation of group performance and participation using a new synchronization coefficient that is grounded in nonlinea...

The effects of individual status and group performance on network ties among teammates in the National Basketball Association.

For individuals, status is derived both from their personal attributes and the groups with whom they are affiliated. Depending on the performance of their groups, the status of individuals may benefit or suffer from identifying closely with the group. When the group excels, high-status members potentially receive much of the credit and increased status. Conversely, high-status members of underperforming groups potentially suffer disproportionate declines in their status relative to the low-status group memb...

Assessing the Impact of a Professional Development Program for PA Program Directors.

The growth of physician assistant (PA) programs nationally has stretched the available capacity of experienced PA program directors. To address this need, a professional developmental program was designed to provide new program directors with the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to succeed in the role. This study sought to characterize the impact of program attendance over time. Data were collected from individuals representing 5 cohorts that participated in the annual Physician Assistant Educatio...

The Effectiveness of Standing on a Balance Board for Increasing Energy Expenditure.

To investigate differences in energy expenditure (EE), heart rate (HR), productivity, fatigue, and pain while performing desk work while sitting (SIT), standing (STAND), and standing on a balance board (BOARD).

Endodontics Program Directors', Residents', and Endodontists' Considerations About CBCT-Related Graduate Education.

Over the past decade, cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has been increasingly used by endodontists. The aims of this study were to assess endodontic program directors', residents', and endodontists' considerations concerning CBCT-related graduate education, attitudes, and professional behavior. Survey data were collected from 31 of the 56 directors of U.S. endodontic graduate programs, 73 of 270 contacted residents, and 689 of 2,221 contacted endodontists (response rates 55%, 27%, and 31%, respectively)....

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