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A call for consensus guidelines on classification and reporting of methodological studies.


Methodological and reporting quality in non-Cochrane systematic review updates could be improved: a comparative study.

To compare the methodological and reporting quality of updated systematic reviews (SRs) and original SRs.

An open call to join the CMI editorial team: editor in clinical microbiology.


Computational Neuroethology: A Call to Action.

The brain is worthy of study because it is in charge of behavior. A flurry of recent technical advances in measuring and quantifying naturalistic behaviors provide an important opportunity for advancing brain science. However, the problem of understanding unrestrained behavior in the context of neural recordings and manipulations remains unsolved, and developing approaches to addressing this challenge is critical. Here we discuss considerations in computational neuroethology-the science of quantifying natur...

Empirical research in clinical ethics: The 'committed researcher' approach.

After the 'empirical turn' in bioethics, few specific approaches have been developed for doing clinical ethics research in close connection with clinical decision-making on a daily basis. In this paper we describe the 'committed researcher' approach to research in clinical ethics that we have developed over the years. After comparing it to two similar research methodological approaches, the 'embedded researcher' and 'deliberative engagement', we highlight its main features: it is patient-oriented, it is imp...

The methodological approaches to formation of rating evaluation of activities of medical organizations and health care systems in Russia and abroad.

The article presents information on methodological approaches to creation of the ratings in the health sector and the study on the use of the various demographic indicators and indicators of population health used by the world health organization to evaluate the effectiveness of health systems in different countries. The opinions of experts on the purpose of ratings and scientific and methodological approaches to their creation are given. The article describes the results of rating formation of medical orga...

Theoretical conceptions of intervention research addressing cancer control issues.

Population health intervention research (PHIR) involves the use of scientific methods to produce knowledge about policy and program interventions that operate within or outside of the health sector and have the potential to impact health at the population level. PHIR is a relatively new research field that has gained momentum internationally. When developing PHIR, it is important to have a program theory with the potential to increase intervention success by identifying underlying mechanisms, areas of failu...

Machine Learning for Molecular Simulation.

Machine learning (ML) is transforming all areas of science. The complex and time-consuming calculations in molecular simulations are particularly suitable for an ML revolution and have already been profoundly affected by the application of existing ML methods. Here we review recent ML methods for molecular simulation, with particular focus on (deep) neural networks for the prediction of quantum-mechanical energies and forces, on coarse-grained molecular dynamics, on the extraction of free energy surfaces an...

Determining the net environmental performance of hydropower: A new methodological approach by combining life cycle and ecosystem services assessment.

In the face of climate-ecological breakdown, it is well known that the world aims at developing renewable energies in order to replace fossil fuels. However, there is a great concern regarding their environmental-ecological issues specially with those ones that have a deep interplay with its immediate environment such the case of hydropower. Despite efforts, the existing environmental-ecological methodologies and approaches are incapable to encompass the wide impacts of hydropower. To bridge this knowledge ...

Recent advances in potential targets for eosinophilic esophagitis treatments.

: Diagnostic and therapeutic strategies in eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) are constantly evolving. Recently, the improved understanding of EoE pathogenesis has led to identification of a variety of other potential targets that have never been considered before.: In September 2019, we performed structured literature searches in Medline and PubMed, Cochrane meta-analyses, and abstracts of international congresses to review new potential therapeutic approaches for EoE.: The advent of omics disciplines has been...

Frailer Patients Undergoing Robotic Colectomies for Colon Cancer Experience Increased Complication Rates Compared to Open or Laparoscopic Approaches.

Minimally invasive surgical techniques are routinely promoted as alternatives to open surgery because of improved outcomes. However, the impact of robotic surgery on certain subsets of the population, such as frail patients, is poorly understood.

An Academic and Clinical Practice Partnership Model: Collaboration Toward Baccalaureate Preparation of RNs.

In response to the call for a baccalaureate-prepared nursing workforce versed in enhanced critical thinking, clinical judgment, and complex decision making, an innovative and highly accessible model for developing academic and clinical practice partnerships among stake-holders in nursing education was developed and implemented.

Access to Meckel's cave for biopsies of indeterminate lesions: a systematic review.

Accessing Meckel's cave (MC) is surgically challenging. Open approaches are complex and often correlated with high morbidity. Endoscopic approaches emerged in the last decade as feasible alternatives to open approaches, especially for sampling indeterminate lesions. This article first analyses available routes to approach Meckel's cave and presents furthermore an illustrative case. We conducted a systematic review and reported according to the guidelines for preferred reporting items for systematic reviews ...

Anatomical Markers of Activity in Hypothalamic Neurons.

The scientific community has searched for years for ways of examining neuronal tissue to track neural activity with reliable anatomical markers for stimulated neuronal activity. Existing studies that focused on hypothalamic systems offer a few options but do not always compare approaches or validate them for dependence on cell firing, leaving the reader uncertain of the benefits and limitations of each method. Thus, in this article, potential markers will be presented and, where possible, placed into perspe...

On-call simulation for adult gerontology acute care nurse practitioner students: A comparative descriptive study.

It is now commonplace for acute care nurse practitioners (ACNPs) to work in positions that include an on-call component or management of emergent concerns through telephone. There are no published reports on the inclusion of an on-call component in ACNP clinical preparation of students; novice ACNPs feel unprepared to competently and confidently manage emergent patient situations and on-call responsibilities.

Severe Maternal Morbidity and Mortality: JAMA Network Open Call for Papers.

Retraining an open-source pneumothorax detecting machine learning algorithm for improved performance to medical images.

To validate a machine learning model trained on an open source dataset and subsequently optimize it to chest X-rays with large pneumothoraces from our institution.

The voice of the radiologist: Enabling patients to speak directly to radiologists.

Patients and patient advocates express a desire to speak directly with radiologists, who are ideally suited to answer imaging-related questions and recommend for further imaging or testing. While web-based patient portals have improved patient access to reports of radiology examinations, they do little to help patients understand the report, and rarely facilitate contact with their radiologists. We implemented an alias phone number that forwarded to the smartphone of each participating radiologist and embed...

Intraabdominal Lavage of Hypochlorous Acid: A New Paradigm for the Septic and Open Abdomen.

Management of the open abdomen (OA) has rapidly evolved over the last several decades due to the improved understanding of the underlying pathophysiology of patients with an OA, adoption of damage control surgery, and the use of temporary abdominal closure (TAC) techniques for this patient population. The TAC utilizing negative pressure has been successful for managing patients with an OA with improved time to closure. Recent studies have started to examine the use of TAC in conjunction with negative pressu...

NELSON trial 2020: Call for lung cancer CT screening of high-risk individuals.

Sex Diversity in Ophthalmology Leadership in 2020-A Call for Action.

The Predictive Approaches to Treatment effect Heterogeneity (PATH) Statement: Explanation and Elaboration.

The PATH (Predictive Approaches to Treatment effect Heterogeneity) Statement was developed to promote the conduct of, and provide guidance for, predictive analyses of heterogeneity of treatment effects (HTE) in clinical trials. The goal of predictive HTE analysis is to provide patient-centered estimates of outcome risk with versus without the intervention, taking into account all relevant patient attributes simultaneously, to support more personalized clinical decision making than can be made on the basis o...

Developing a conceptual evaluation framework for gender equality interventions in research and innovation.

In this article, we discuss the development of a conceptual evaluation framework to design and assess gender equality interventions and their effects in research and innovation. The conceptual framework presented herewith embraces the complexity, gender-sensitive and theory-based evaluation approaches ensuring that design and evaluation of gender equality interventions consider the complex systems that constitute the context in which the interventions operate. The evaluation framework offers a non-linear co...

Screening for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm-A Call to Arms?

XEN Gel Stent Open Conjunctiva Technique: A Practical Approach Paper.

The Xen Gel Stent lowers intraocular pressure by shunting aqueous humor to the subconjunctival space. While published studies include both open conjunctiva and closed conjunctiva approaches, most publications feature a closed conjunctiva, ab interno approach. While this approach is widely used, other approaches may be preferred for some patients. This paper provides details on surgical steps and tips for enhancing outcomes for an open conjunctiva technique for the implantation of the Xen Gel Stent, as well ...


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