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Beyond financial conflicts of interest: Institutional oversight of faculty consulting agreements at schools of medicine and public health.

Approximately one-third of U.S. life sciences faculty engage in industry consulting. Despite reports that consulting contracts often impinge on faculty and university interests, institutional approaches to regulating consulting agreements are largely unknown.

Retinitis pigmentosa: recent advances and future directions in diagnosis and management.

Retinitis pigmentosa is a group of genetically diverse inherited blinding disorders for which there are no treatments. Owing to recent advances in imaging technology, DNA sequencing, gene therapy, and stem cell biology, clinical trials have multiplied and the landscape is rapidly changing. This review provides a relevant and timely update of current trends and future directions for the diagnosis and management of this disease.

Treatment planning and dental technology for patients with implanted cardiac devices.

Implantable cardiac devices are increasingly common in the dental patient population. These devices include cardiac pacemakers, implantable cardioverters-defibrillators, and combination designs. To safely follow through with treatment, the clinician first must identify the patient's underlying medical condition warranting the device and consider the condition as well as the device in determining diagnosis, drug selection, appointment length, follow-up, and outcome expectations. Modern implantable devices ar...

Artificial Intelligence in Radiology: Current Technology and Future Directions.

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been heralded as the next big wave in the computing revolution and touted as a transformative technology for many industries including health care. In radiology, considerable excitement and anxiety are associated with the promise of AI and its potential to disrupt the practice of the radiologist. Radiology has often served as the gateway for medical technological advancements, and AI will likely be no different. We present a brief overview of AI advancements that have driven...

The Impact of the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology and Education on Academic Research.

Surveys of institutional representatives of member institutions and faculty members engaged in the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology and Education (NIPTE) revealed that NIPTE is having a positive impact on academic research in the area of pharmaceutical technology by aligning research directions with FDA needs, by providing funding that may not be available elsewhere, and by creating a collegial and collaborative relationship among researchers in this area from various institutions. NIPTE is ...

Three-Dimensional Printing in Urology: History, Current Applications, and Future Directions.

To review the history, current applications, limitations, and future directions of three-dimensional (3D) printing within the field of urology. 3D printing is an additive manufacturing process in which a 3D model is created using a computer-generated image. This technology is applied by companies to create and test new drugs, design and manufacture instrument prototypes, and create patient-specific models of organs for surgical teaching and planning. A literature review was performed within the Web of Scien...

Communicating, consulting, and caring differently.

A critical and speculative review on microRNA technology in crop improvement: Current challenges and future directions.

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) lie at the center of gene regulation and, as such, have become novel targets for crop improvement including the enhancement of crop quality and yields as well as responses to environmental stresses. There are several major issues related to miRNA technology including the functional analysis of miRNAs and their nomenclature. In this critical and speculative review, we recommend several directions for future plant miRNA research and perspectives. Research on miRNA needs to be extended from ...

Technology Use Among Youth While Operating Farm Equipment.

Distracted driving by using modern technologies has been linked with increased risk of injuries, however, the current research has focused primarily on the use of technology while operating roadway vehicles. The purpose of this study was to explore the use of technology while operating farm equipment among members of an agricultural youth organization (Pennsylvania FFA Association members). An online survey was used to examine the use of technology while operating a tractor, ATV/UTV, skid steer, and truck/c...

New Media, Technology and Neurology Education.

The use of technology in neurology education has revolutionized many aspects of medical teaching, addressing some important challenges of modern education such as information overload and the unique needs of millennial learners. However, it also has inherent problems, such as depersonalization and high development costs. Due to the heterogeneity of different applications, it is difficult to establish general principles to guide front line educators, but it may be possible to describe "minimum" best practice...

Feasibility Trial of the Newly Introduced Optical Enhancement Technology in Patients with Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease.

Optical Enhancement technology (OE) combines bandwidth-limited light and image enhancement processing technology to enhance subtle mucosal and vascular details. This is the first study assessing the new technology for the diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

Assistive technology provision: towards an international framework for assuring availability and accessibility of affordable high-quality assistive technology.

This is a position paper describing the elements of an international framework for assistive technology provision that could guide the development of policies, systems and service delivery procedures across the world. It describes general requirements, quality criteria and possible approaches that may help to enhance the accessibility of affordable and high quality assistive technology solutions.

Superior Colliculus: A Vision for Orienting.

The superior colliculus contains neurons sensitive to motion direction. New research shows that these neurons are anatomically clustered: those representing the region of visual space 'seen' by both eyes preferentially respond to nasal motion directions and others to opposite directions.

Genetic Code Expansion in Animals.

Expanding the genetic code to enable the incorporation of unnatural amino acids into proteins in biological systems provides a powerful tool to study protein structure and function. While this technology has been mostly developed and applied in bacterial and mammalian cells, it recently expanded into animals, including worms, fruit flies, zebrafish, and mice. In this review, we highlight recent advances toward the methodology development of genetic code expansion in animal model organisms. We further illust...

Real-World Technology Use Among People With Mental Illnesses: Qualitative Study.

There is growing interest in using technology-based tools to support mental health recovery. Yet, despite evidence suggesting widespread access to technology among people with mental illnesses, interest in using technology to support mental health, and effectiveness of technology-based tools developed by researchers, such tools have not been widely adopted within mental health settings. Little is currently known about how mental health consumers are using technology to address mental health needs in real-wo...

Content analysis to locate assistive technology in Queensland's motor injury insurance rehabilitation legislation and guidelines.

Reforms to Australia's disability and rehabilitation sectors have espoused the potential of assistive technology as an enabler. As new insurance systems are being developed it is timely to examine the structure of existing systems. This exploratory study examined the policies guiding assistive technology provision in the motor accident insurance sector of one Australian state.

African American Older Adults' Perceived Use of Technology for Hypertension Self-Management.

With the unprecedented growth of technology for disease prevention and management, little is known about the experience and adoption of such technology in African American older adults with hypertension. A 90-minute focus group session was used to explore African American older adults' (N = 21) experiences with using technology (mobile devices and applications) for hypertension self-management. Twenty participants reported owning smartphones and used this technology to communicate; seek, acquire, and share ...

Thinking Big for the Smallest Patients: Innovation in Pediatric Technology.

Pediatric Health Technology: Innovation Meets Imagination.

Creating a Modern Healthcare Technology Management Curriculum.

The Digital Transformation of Healthcare Technology Management.

Do Laboratory Scale Experiments Improve Constructed Wetland Treatment Technology?

The Quest for Quality: Navigating the Changing Landscape of Healthcare Technology Regulations.

3D printing in medical imaging and healthcare services.

Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology has demonstrated a huge potential for the future of medicine. Since its introduction, it has been used in various areas, for example building anatomical models, personalising medical devices and implants, aiding in precision medical interventions and the latest development, 3D bioprinting. This commentary is provided to outline the current use of 3D printing in medical imaging and its future directions for advancing the healthcare services.

Pharmacy Interweaving Safety Within Hospital Health Information Technology.

Research on the impact of hospital technology on medication safety usually focuses on prescribing and administration. Less is known about the pharmacy-related processes of reviewing, ordering and dispensing medications and how technology supports this work. We carried out a qualitative exploratory study of a hospital in England (UK) with the aim of gaining insight into processes of digitalisation. We found that hospital pharmacy staff perform safety work with technology aiming to prevent harm, such as 'scaf...

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