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Tackling stigma in medical professionals: the need for a social engagement programme in medical education.

Freestyle libre flash glucose monitoring improves patient quality of life measures in children with Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) with appropriate provision of education and support by healthcare professionals.

In 2017 the UK's Association of Children's Diabetes Clinicians (ACDC) launched a national educational package to provide training in the use of Freestyle Flash glucose monitoring (GM) to healthcare professionals.

Knowledge, attitudes and preventive practices of primary health care professionals towards alcohol use: A national, cross-sectional study.

Primary care (PC) professionals' knowledge about alcohol use has been identified as one of the barriers PC providers face in their clinic. Both PC professionals' level of training and attitude are crucial in the clinical practice regarding alcohol use.

Other approaches to prehospital transesophageal echocardiography.

Dental Professionals' Engagement in Tobacco, Electronic Cigarette, and Cannabis Patient Counseling.

California features low smoking prevalence, cautionary electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) public messaging, and legal recreational cannabis: a unique landscape for dental professionals to navigate tobacco cessation promotion. This cross-sectional study assessed California dental professionals' self-reported tobacco patient counseling behaviors and the correlates of providing such assistance.

Effect of alpha lipoic acid and myoinositol on endometrial inflammasome from recurrent pregnancy loss women.

A significant increased expression/activation of one of the most well characterized inflammasomes, the NALP-3, in the endometrium from idiopathic recurrent pregnancy loss women (RPL) has been previously found by our research group. We therefore, suggested this event as being one of the molecular mechanisms altering endometrial inflammatory status during early pregnancy. In the present research, we attempt to investigate whether molecules with anti-inflammatory activity, alpha lipoic acid (ALA) and/or myoino...

What's in a Name: Highlighting the Interprofessional Purpose of the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals.

Time brings many changes and especially so for thoughtful organizations who recognize their past contributions and have a watchful eye on the future. As a membership Division of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) since 1993-1994, the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (ARHP) has contributed to the overall success of the College. ARHP roots trace to 1966 as the Paramedical Section of the Arthritis Foundation Medical Council. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Epidemiology and Video Analysis of Achilles Tendon Ruptures in the National Basketball Association.

There is a paucity of literature regarding risk factors and mechanisms of Achilles tendon (AT) ruptures in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

The National SunSmart Schools Program: Impact on Sun Protection Policies and Practices in Australian Primary Schools.

Overexposure to ultraviolet radiation during childhood is a significant determinant of lifetime skin cancer risk, but can be mitigated through primary schools' adoption of appropriate sun protection policies and practices. The present study aimed to evaluate changes in these policies and practices in Australia, and to assess the impact of the National SunSmart Schools Program.

Females and Minority Racial/Ethnic Groups Remain Underrepresented in EMS: A Ten-Year Assessment, 2008-2017.

: Workforce diversity can reduce communication barriers and inequalities in healthcare delivery, especially in settings where time pressure and incomplete information may exacerbate the effects of implicit biases. Emergency medical services (EMS) professionals represent a critical entry point into the healthcare system for diverse populations, yet little is known regarding changes in the demographic composition of this workforce. Our primary objective was to describe the gender and racial/ethnic composition...

Improving the Continuum of Care by Bridging the Gap between Prehospital and Hospital Discharge Data through Stepwise Deterministic Linkage.

To describe the process, benefits, and challenges of linking Arizona's prehospital registry to hospital discharge data.

Violence against health professionals and facilities in China: Evidence from criminal litigation records.

This study aims to extend the current understanding of violence against health professionals and facilities in China, with data from an authoritative, national-representative, but under-researched data source - litigation records, and discuss implications for developing violence prevention strategies.

Evaluation of Trauma Triage Criteria Performance in a Regional Trauma System.

We evaluated the performance of individual trauma triage criteria using data from a regional trauma registry.

Components of compulsory service program for health professionals in low- and middle-income countries: a scoping review.

The global health landscape has been characterized by shortfalls and imbalances in human resources for health (HRH), with more health workers concentrated in urban than rural areas. To address this maldistribution, some countries resorted to the implementation of a compulsory service policy for HRH. However, there is no comprehensive documentation describing the different components of such policies. This scoping review aims to determine the components for compulsory service for selected health professional...

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"The uncertainty of life".

The role of radiation protection professionals in the landscape of low dose radiation.

Radiation protection professionals benefit from using and applying a robust system of radiological protection that has evolved and matured through decades of research and experience. Nevertheless, uncertainties in potential health effects from low doses and low dose rates of radiation continue to remain. This uncertainty, coupled with complex jargon and nuances, has created an environment where the system of radiological protection can be misrepresented, even by radiation safety professionals, and by extens...

Correction to: An Updated Definition of Stroke for the 21st Century: A Statement for Healthcare Professionals From the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.

Patient violence and health professionals' occupational outcomes in China: A time-lagged survey study.

To examine the prevalence of patient violence in China and the association between patient violence and Chinese health professionals' felt disappointment with their occupations, occupational turnover intention, and word-of-mouth communication.

Empowering Cuban Women: Marta Núñez MS PhD, Sociologist & Consulting Professor, University of Havana.

After nearly 60 years of universal education and health, coupled with national policies supporting women's rights and advancement, the results are in: according to recent data, more than half of Cuban scientists and almost 60% of all professionals in Cuba are women. Moreover, women's representation in government is rising, including at the highest levels such as parliament, where they constitute 53.2% of members. Digging deeper, we find a story richer than national statistics or political representation. It...

Medical students' perspective on the 'the tree of training' model.

Omic sciences and capacity building of health professionals: a distance learning training course for Italian physicians, 2017-2018.

Nowadays, a strategy to manage the current "omic revolution" is needed in Italy. Actions aimed to improve genetic/omics "literacy" among health professionals and citizens are necessary, based on recommendations outlined in the Italian 2013 Guidelines on genomics in public health, and the 2018 National Plan for the innovation of the health system based on the omic sciences.

User testing of the psychometric properties of pictorial-based disability assessment Longshi Scale by healthcare professionals and non-professionals: a Chinese study in Shenzhen.

The aim of this study was to validate a novel pictorial-based Longshi Scale for evaluating a patient's disability by healthcare professionals and non-professionals.

Protection of children and adolescents victims of violence: the views of the professionals of a specialized service.

To know the obstacles faced by the professionals to work in network and challenges of the work of the professionals in the Reference Center Specialized in Social Assistance (CREAS) of a municipality in the extreme south of Brazil.

Parent and adolescent communication with healthcare professionals about Type 1 diabetes management at adolescents' outpatient clinic appointments.

This study aimed to identify the ways in which adolescents living with Type 1 diabetes and their parents communicate about Type 1 diabetes management with healthcare professionals in a clinical setting.

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