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Phenotyping reproductive stage chilling and frost tolerance in wheat using targeted metabolome and lipidome profiling.

Frost events lead to A$360 million of yield losses annually to the Australian wheat industry, making improvement of chilling and frost tolerance an important trait for breeding.

The Changing Nature of Language.

During the Annual Conference of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP) in October 2019, it was announced at the Business Meeting that as of that day the new name would be the Association of Schools Advancing Health Professions, representing the third occasion such a change has occurred since the organization came into existence in 1967. The term allied health has a rich history. Confronted with workforce shortages during the 1960s in professions such as physical therapy, officials a...

The Development of Clinical Genomics and Genetics Within Healthcare: How Should the Allied Health Professions Respond?

Clinical genomics is becoming mainstream, providing personalized information that is relevant to clinical assessment, management, and decision-making on a patient-by-patient basis. This emphasis on personalized medicine has been featured in medical and nursing/midwifery entry-level curricula for some time. These curricula frameworks enable work-ready professionals to embrace genomics as part of standard care. The uptake of genomics across healthcare should also feature across the allied health professions w...

The American Medical Association Medical Education Innovation Challenge: Incorporating the Student Voice Into Medical Education Transformation.

Medical education needs to evolve to continue producing physicians who are able to meet the needs of diverse patient populations. Students can be a unique source of ideas about medical education transformation.

What individual and neighbourhood-level factors increase the risk of heat-related mortality? A case-crossover study of over 185,000 deaths in London using high-resolution climate datasets.

Management of the natural and built environments can help reduce the health impacts of climate change. This is particularly relevant in large cities where urban heat island makes cities warmer than the surrounding areas. We investigate how urban vegetation, housing characteristics and socio-economic factors modify the association between heat exposure and mortality in a large urban area.

The international medical elective in Nepal: perspectives from local patients, host physicians and visiting students.

To understand the impact of the international medical elective (IME) on Nepali patients and physicians alongside visiting European and American medical students.

The Roots of Plant Frost Hardiness and Tolerance.

Frost stress severely affects agriculture and agro-foresty worldwide. While many studies about frost hardening and resistance have been published, most of them focused on the aboveground organs and only a minority specifically targets the roots. However, roots and aboveground tissues have different physiologies and stress response mechanisms. Climate models predict an increase in magnitude and frequency of late frost events which, together with an observed loss of soil insulation, will greatly decrease plan...

Learning about dental trauma for medical students.

The literature identifies that medical students receive little or no formal dental trauma assessment and management teaching during medical school. The result of this is that many medical doctors are unaware of the urgency of emergency dental trauma care for patients. To bridge this important gap in medical education, medical educators should look to introduce basic dental trauma teaching into undergraduates' final year of medical school. This initiative would benefit medical doctors in either general medic...

Learning from those who have gone before: strengthening the rural allied health workforce in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Context and issues: The pipeline for the allied health, scientific and technical workforce of Aotearoa New Zealand is under growing pressure, with many health providers finding recruitment and retention increasingly difficult. For health providers in rural settings, the challenges are even greater, with fewer applicants and shorter tenures. As the health needs of rural communities increase, along with expectations of uptake of technologies and the Ministry of Health's strategy to ensure care is provided clo...

Artificial Intelligence in Health Informatics: Hype or Reality?

To provide an introduction to the 2019 International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) Yearbook by the editors.

Response of juveniles of seven forest tree species and their populations to different combinations of simulated climate change-related stressors: spring-frost, heat, drought, increased UV radiation and ozone concentration under elevated CO level.

The study aimed to assess response of juvenile progeny of seven forest tree species, Pinus sylvestris, Picea abies, Betula pendula, Alnus glutinosa, Populus tremula, Quercus robur and Fraxinus excelsior, and their populations to different combinations of climate change-related multiple stressors, simulated in a phytotron under elevated CO concentration: (1) heat + elevated humidity (HW); (2) heat + frost + drought (HFD); (3) heat + elevated humidity + increased UV-B radiation doses +...

Chronic Pain Education in Portugal: Perspectives from Medical Students and Interns.

The International Association for the Study of Pain advocates a mandatory curriculum on chronic pain in medical schools. The objective of this study was to assess the opinions of final year medical students and interns about chronic pain education in eight Portuguese medical schools.

Iran's international collaborative articles in medical sciences.

Forecasting is the process of predicting future behavior. In reviewing databases, no predicted value associated with international collaboration publications in Iran was found. Thus, the present study aimed at forecasting Iran's international collaborative articles in medical sciences. The number of Iran's articles and international collaborative articles in medical sciences written over 56 years was extracted from SCOPUS. Data were extracted from 1960 up to 2016. The time series method was used for foreca...

George Washington Frost Mellen and Resuscitation with Nitrous Oxide in 1847.

In The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal of 1847 (later to be called The New England Journal of Medicine), Boston chemist George Washington Frost Mellen claimed that inhaled nitrous oxide gas supports human life in the manner of oxygen gas, and he proposed the use of nitrous oxide in resuscitation from drowning and from carbon monoxide poisoning. The claim was reprinted in at least one dental journal and was long cited as justification for the use of 100% nitrous oxide for inhaled anesthesia. Advocates in...

Estimation of Heat Stress and Maximum Acceptable Work Time Based on Physiological and Environmental Response in Hot-Dry Climate: A Case Study in Traditional Bakers.

Heat stress is common among workers in hot-dry areas. To take preventive strategies for the protection of workers against heat stress, it is important to choose a suitable index that can accurately explain environmental parameters relative to physiological responses.

The Physiology of Heat Tolerance in Small Endotherms.

Understanding the heat tolerances of small mammals and birds has taken on new urgency with the advent of climate change. Here, we review heat tolerance limits, pathways of evaporative heat dissipation that permit the defense of body temperature during heat exposure, and mechanisms operating at tissue, cellular, and molecular levels.

Fasting: the Switch of Life-report on the 18th International Congress of the Medical Association for Fasting and Nutrition (ÄGHE).

The international congress of the German Medical Association for Fasting and Nutrition (ÄGHE e. V.) was held in cooperation with the Maria Buchinger Foundation for the 18th time in June 2019 in Überlingen at Lake Constance. The congress offers a platform for physicians, fasting therapists, and all interested parties to exchange the latest scientific findings in fasting research. "Fasting: the Switch of Life" was the title of the congress, where well-known national and international fasting researchers ...

Validation protocols for blood pressure measuring devices: the impact of the European Society of Hypertension International Protocol and the development of a Universal Standard.

In the last three decades protocols for the validation of blood pressure measuring devices have been developed by the US Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, the British Hypertension Society, the German Hypertension League, the European Society of Hypertension Working Group on blood pressure Monitoring and the International Organization for Standardization. The European Society of Hypertension International Protocol required much smaller sample size than the other protocols, aiming to...

Identification of Cancer Drivers at CTCF Insulators in 1,962 Whole Genomes.

Recent studies have shown that mutations at non-coding elements, such as promoters and enhancers, can act as cancer drivers. However, an important class of non-coding elements, namely CTCF insulators, has been overlooked in the previous driver analyses. We used insulator annotations from CTCF and cohesin ChIA-PET and analyzed somatic mutations in 1,962 whole genomes from 21 cancer types. Using the heterogeneous patterns of transcription-factor-motif disruption, functional impact, and recurrence of mutations...

On-Campus Clinics in Allied Health Education: Necessity or Legacy?

On-campus clinics have been a pillar of graduate education in allied health programs for decades. However, traditional clinical education is under scrutiny due to budget cuts, reimbursement rates, and supervision requirements. Some universities opening new programs have opted out of building on-campus clinics. The purpose of this multisite qualitative case study was to examine an alternative model of clinical education. Four graduate programs were selected that did not have an on-campus clinic and were not ...

Understanding and predicting frost-induced tropical tree mortality patterns.

Extreme climatic and weather events are increasing in frequency and intensity across the world causing episodes of widespread tree mortality in many forested ecosystems. However, we have a limited understanding about which local factors influence tree mortality patterns, restricting our ability to predict tree mortality especially within topographically complex tropical landscapes with a matrix of mature and secondary forests. We investigated the effects of two major local factors, topography and forest suc...

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

Development of an Instructional Design Evaluation Survey for Postgraduate Medical E-Learning: Content Validation Study.

E-Learning has taken a firm place in postgraduate medical education. Whereas 10 years ago it was promising, it now has a definite niche and is clearly here to stay. However, evaluating the effect of postgraduate medical e-learning (PGMeL) and improving upon it can be complicated. While the learning aims of e-learning are evaluated, there are no instruments to evaluate the instructional design of PGMeL. Such an evaluation instrument may be developed by following the Association for Medical Education in Europ...

Method for evaluating the heat-island mitigation effect of porous/water-retentive blocks using a climatic chamber.

This paper presents a method and mock-up design for evaluating the heat-island mitigation effect of porous/water-retentive blocks in a climatic environmental chamber using ambient temperature measurements. To create the proposed method, the heat circulation mechanism of blocks was considered. From this, we specified the climatic chamber design requirements, determined the required components and equipment for the mock-up, and developed the proposed method for evaluating heat-island mitigation performance ba...

Not Just a Medical Student: Delivering Medical Education Through a Short Video Series on Social Media.

"Not Just a Medical Student" is an innovative bite-size medical education video series founded and hosted on social media. Its primary aim is to inspire tomorrow's doctors to be creative while engaging and informing them with the latest innovations, technology, and conferences within various specialties. To our knowledge, these themes are scarcely covered in the structured medical curriculum. Created and launched in August 2017, "Not Just a Medical Student" quickly gained traction; with over 1000 followers ...

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