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Patient-Centric User-Interface in Automated Peritoneal Dialysis: Impact on Training and Outcomes at a Single Center.

AMIA cycler is a new automated peritoneal dialysis (APD) system, which was approved by FDA in 2015, which is more patient centric due to its features of voice guidance and touch screen. We retrospectively studied if these patient-centric features translated into better patient outcomes.

Hierarchical patient-centric caregiver network method for clinical outcomes study.

In clinical outcome studies, analysis has traditionally been performed using patient-level factors, with minor attention given to provider-level features. However, the nature of care coordination and collaboration between caregivers (providers) may also be important in determining patient outcomes. Using data from patients admitted to intensive care units at a large tertiary care hospital, we modeled the caregivers that provided medical service to a specific patient as patient-centric subnetwork embedded wi...

Trends in the Use of Common Words and Patient-Centric Language in the Titles of Medical Journals, 1976-2015.

The language of medical research appears to be intrinsically tied to the culture of medical research and provides a unique window into broader trends in the culture of medicine.

Perceptions Of Medical Teachers About Integrated Curriculum: A Qualitative Study.

Curriculum is a plan of educational experiences and activities offered to a learner. Curricular reform is a dynamic process. To make a curricular change impactful the curriculum needs to be accepted and followed by all stakeholders otherwise it will be unsuccessful. Change is not readily accepted as evidence suggests that there have been frequent curricular reforms but with little change in medical education. Evidence suggests that teachers agree for upgrading themselves towards recent trends in the field o...

Is it just semantics? Medical students and their 'first patients'.

There have been multiple factors involved in the decline of the anatomy course's central role in medical education over the last century. The course has undergone a multitude of changes, in large part due to the rise in technology and cultural shifts away from physical dissection. This paper argues that, as the desire of medical schools to introduce clinical experiences earlier in the curriculum increased, anatomy courses began implementing changes that would align themselves with the shifting culture towar...

Impact of provider attire on patient satisfaction in an outpatient dermatology clinic.

Provider attire has been studied as a potential vector for infectious microorganisms in the medical setting as well as a potential factor in patient satisfaction. Our objective was to determine if a change from formal attire to fitted scrubs had a measurable impact on patient satisfaction scores in an outpatient dermatology setting. We designed a 2-year retrospective cohort study of 22 providers in an outpatient dermatology setting who transitioned from formal attire to fitted scrubs and had at least 12 mon...

Reasons for and Barriers to Attending Continuing Education Activities and Priorities for Different Dental Specialties.

Continuing education (CE) activities help dentists update their knowledge and skills to ensure high standards of patient care.

Optimal Information Collection Policies in a Markov Decision Process Framework.

The cost-effectiveness and value of additional information about a health technology or program may change over time because of trends affecting patient cohorts and/or the intervention. Delaying information collection even for parameters that do not change over time may be optimal.

The patient's right to access the medical records and the doctor's obligation to make it available.

Medical documentation is a record of the process of providing health services. It is also the basic evidence in legal proceedings against the doctor. The law requires specific rules for the protection of medical records. The patient has a statutory right to access medical records. The legal standards for practicing the medical profession include keeping medical records and making them available. Medical records may be made available only to authorized persons and in forms defined by law. The aim of the arti...

Examining Medical Office Owners and Clinicians Perceptions on Patient Safety Climate.

An essential element of effective medical practice management is having a shared set of beliefs among members regarding patient safety climate. Recognizing the need for improving patient safety, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality began a series of surveys to assess medical practice members' attitudes and beliefs on patient safety climate. The aim of the study was to examine owners and clinicians perceptions of their medical practice's patient safety climate.

21 Century Citizen Pharma: The FDA & Patient-Focused Product Development.

Perpetual debate regarding the delicate balance between access and innovation and the protection of the public health and safety dominate discussions of the United States Food and Drug Administration ("FDA"). Established chiefly as a command and control federal administrative agency, iterative changes in legislation have shaped the FDA's activity in drug, biologic, and medical device regulation over the course of the last one hundred plus years. The most recent fundamental reframing of the agency's authorit...

PrEP Communications Accelerator: a digital demand creation tool for sub-Saharan Africa.

Strategic communications are critical for successful market introduction of oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). This paper focuses on the OPTIONS Consortium's approach to developing the PrEP Communications Accelerator, a digital tool that provides communication strategies and tools for generating demand for PrEP across sub-Saharan Africa. The PrEP Communications Accelerator was developed through needs assessment, communications landscape and gap analysis, market research and content development and testi...

Implementation of Patient Engagement in the Netherlands: A Stimulating Environment within a Large Academic Medical Centre.

Patients are the official third party of the Dutch healthcare system, apart from healthcare providers and insurers. Radboud university medical center (Radboudumc) is a regional centre for specialized secondary care in the Netherlands. Here innovation is recognized as a decisive factor when it comes to the implementation of patient engagement. Therefore, all employees are invited to innovate, experiment, fail and implement promising innovations into practice. In this paper, we demonstrate how this stimulatin...

What we measure … and what we should measure in medical education.

As the practice of medicine evolves, the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to provide patient care will continue to change. These competency-based changes will necessitate the restructuring of assessment systems. High-quality assessment programmes are needed to fulfil health professions education's contract with society.

Endocrine and psychological stress response in simulated doctor-patient interactions in medical education.

Training of doctor-patient interactions by means of patient actors is considered a useful didactic tool in medical education. However, though students report it as being highly stressful little systematic research has verified this notion.

Dissolution Testing in Drug Product Development: Workshop Summary Report.

This publication summarizes the proceedings and key outcomes of the first day ("Day 1") of the 3-day workshop on "Dissolution and Translational Modeling Strategies Enabling Patient-Centric Product Development." The overall aims of the workshop were to foster a productive dialog between industry and regulatory agencies and to discuss current strategies toward the development and implementation of clinically relevant dissolution specifications as an integral part of enhanced drug product understanding and eff...

Long-term effects of an e-learning course on patient safety: A controlled longitudinal study with medical students.

To improve patient safety, educational interventions on all system levels, including medical school are necessary. Sound theoretical knowledge on elements influencing patient safety (such as error management or team work) is the basis for behavioral changes of health care professionals.

Quantitation of anti-Pythium insidiosum antibodies before and after administration of an immunotherapeutic product to healthy dogs.

OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effect of an immunotherapeutic product on concentrations of anti-Pythium insidiosum antibodies in dogs. ANIMALS 7 healthy hound-crossbreds. PROCEDURES Antibody concentrations were evaluated before (day 0) and after administration of the immunotherapeutic product. The immunotherapeutic product was administered on days 0, 7, and 21. Serum was obtained on days 0, 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, and 56. Anti-P insidiosum antibody concentrations were measured and reported as the percentage p...

Veterinary Medical Students' Motivations for Exercise.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) declares exercise to be one of the most important activities one can do to improve health. The benefits of exercise are well documented and include both physiologic and psychological health. Given the current landscape of wellness issues in veterinary medical education, it is necessary that students engage in exercise activities to manage stress and increase overall health. Therefore, to develop targeted interventions with the greatest likelihood for success, it is firs...

The Evaluation of the System of Mandatory Medical Insurance by Medical Workers of the Moscow Oblast.

The article considers the results of sociological survey of medical personnel of the Moscow oblast. The purpose of study is to analyze attitude of medical personnel to the system of mandatory medical insurance in modern conditions. The sociological survey carried out according standard methodology using originally developed questionnaire. The public opinion of medical personnel of medical municipal organizations of the Moscow oblast was investigated in 2013 (n = 632) and 2017 (n = 798). It was established t...

A call to reform medical curricula to sustain the NHS.

The rise of doctors becoming entrepreneurs can be the solution to the challenges the National Health Service (NHS) currently faces. Doctors and medical students with entrepreneurial aspirations are creating innovative solutions to the problems patients experience. With increasing patient load and decreasing resources in hospitals, it is necessary that medical students are inspired to develop skills that will help to identify problems within organisations and have the knowledge and platforms to convert ideas...

Moral growth mindset is associated with change in voluntary service engagement.

Incremental implicit theories are associated with a belief regarding it is possible to improve one's intelligence or ability through efforts. Previous studies have demonstrated that incremental implicit theories contributed to better academic achievement and positive youth development. Our study aimed to examine whether incremental implicit theories of morality significantly influenced change in students' engagement in voluntary service activities. In our study, 54 Korean college students for Study 1 and 18...

Addressing Medical Students' Negative Bias Toward Patients With Obesity Through Ethics Education.

Negative bias toward patients with obesity is an ethical challenge in patient care. Several interventions to mitigate medical students' negative weight bias have been tried but none with an explicit focus on ethics. Here we describe first-year medical students' attitudes toward obesity and our effort to improve their attitudes through an innovative ethics session embedded within the required course, "Obesity, Nutrition, and Behavior Change," at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Learning to cure with care: awareness of faculty and medical students about student's roles related to patient safety.

To explore the awareness of faculty and medical students about students' roles with respect to patient safety and to define the domains that should be made a part of undergraduate curriculum.

Evaluating Medical Decision-Making Capacity in Practice.

Medical decision-making capacity is the ability of a patient to understand the benefits and risks of, and the alternatives to, a proposed treatment or intervention (including no treatment). Capacity is the basis of informed consent. Patients have medical decision-making capacity if they can demonstrate understanding of the situation, appreciation of the consequences of their decision, and reasoning in their thought process, and if they can communicate their wishes. Capacity is assessed intuitively at every ...

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