PubMed Journals Articles About "Planning Life What Baby Charlie Teach" RSS

14:06 EST 14th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

Planning Life What Baby Charlie Teach PubMed articles on BioPortfolio. Our PubMed references draw on over 21 million records from the medical literature. Here you can see the latest Planning Life What Baby Charlie Teach articles that have been published worldwide.

More Information about "Planning Life What Baby Charlie Teach" on BioPortfolio

We have published hundreds of Planning Life What Baby Charlie Teach news stories on BioPortfolio along with dozens of Planning Life What Baby Charlie Teach Clinical Trials and PubMed Articles about Planning Life What Baby Charlie Teach for you to read. In addition to the medical data, news and clinical trials, BioPortfolio also has a large collection of Planning Life What Baby Charlie Teach Companies in our database. You can also find out about relevant Planning Life What Baby Charlie Teach Drugs and Medications on this site too.

Showing "Planning life What baby Charlie teach" PubMed Articles 1–25 of 10,000+

Unintended harm? Race differences in the relationship between advance care planning and psychological distress at the end-of-life.

Research has revealed racial disparities in advance care planning and intensity of end-of-life care. Studies of the relationship between advance care planning and sadness and anxiety at the end-of-life are inconclusive.

Reproductive life planning in women after kidney or liver transplantation.

To estimate reproductive life planning in post-transplant women and to identify factors affecting their pregnancy intentions.

The Teach Back Project: A System-wide Evidence Based Practice Implementation.

Teach-back is an evidence-based strategy identified as a cornerstone intervention for improving communication during healthcare encounters. Evidence supports the use of teach back with patients and families to improve understanding of discharge instructions and supporting self-management. There is significant evidence that staff do not routinely use teach-back while communicating with patients and families.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease in the Baby to Baby Boomer: Pediatric and Elderly Onset of IBD.

Early- and late-onset of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may perhaps be etiologically distinct and potentially attributed to genetics, environmental or microbial factors. We review disease factors and clinical characteristics, as well as unique management and treatment strategies to consider when caring for the "baby" or "baby boomer" with IBD.

Characterization of silver release from nanoparticle-treated baby products.

We tested six kinds of commercially available baby products containing nano-silver and divided them into two categories: baby food containers and baby oral care products, according to usage. We measured the total mass of silver, particle size, particle number concentration and the mobility under different simulated conditions. The total mass of silver in baby products and migration solutions was quantified by ICP-MS analysis, and the size of the migrated particles was investigated by single particle ICP-MS ...

Return to Religion? Predictors of Religious Change Among Baby-Boomers in their Transition to Later Life.

Baby-Directed Umbilical Cord Clamping: A Feasibility Study.

Over five percent of infants born worldwide will need help breathing after birth. Delayed cord clamping (DCC) has become the standard of care for vigorous infants. DCC in non-vigorous infants is uncommon because of logistical difficulties in providing effective resuscitation during DCC. In Baby-Directed Umbilical Cord Clamping (Baby-DUCC), the umbilical cord remains patent until the infant's lungs are exchanging gases. We conducted a feasibility study of the Baby-DUCC technique.

Baby-led complementary feeding: a randomized controlled study.

Baby-led weaning (BLW) is an approach to introducing solid foods to infants which gives control of the feeding process to the infant. Anecdotal evidence suggests that BLW is becoming popular with parents, but scientific research is limited to a few publications. This study assessed growth, hematological parameters and iron intakes among 6-12 month-old infants who were fed by traditional or baby-led complementary feeding.

Quality of life at the retirement transition: Life course pathways in an early 'baby boom' birth cohort.

Promoting quality of life (QoL) in later life is an important policy goal. However, studies using prospective data to explore the mechanisms by which earlier events influence QoL in older age are lacking. This study is the first to use prospective data to investigate pathways by which a range of measures of life-course socioeconomic status contribute to later-life QoL. The study uses data from the Newcastle Thousand Families Study cohort (N = 1142), an early 'baby-boom' birth cohort born in 1947 in Newc...

Advance care planning in a multi-cultural family-centric community: A qualitative study of healthcare professionals', patients' and caregivers' perspectives.

Advance care planning has been shown to improve end-of-life care but it was developed in the USA and most research has been conducted in western communities.

A Framework to Guide Economic Analysis of Advance Care Planning.

Advance care planning (ACP) is fundamental to guiding medical care at the end of life. Understanding the economic impact of ACP is critical to implementation, but most economic evaluations of ACP focus on only a few actors, such as hospitals.

Healthcare Costs Reduced When Patients Have a Place to Live.

The University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago has reduced healthcare costs by providing permanent housing for frequent ED utilizers with behavioral and medical issues who are homeless. •Patients are identified by ED staff as homeless, having one or more chronic disease, and substance abuse issues. •The Housing First model adapted by the hospital places patients in subsidized housing, then helps them with their problems. •The hospital has partnered with the Chicago Center for Housing and Health, which...

A stepped wedge cluster randomised trial of nurse-delivered Teach-Back in a consumer telehealth service.

To evaluate the impact of Teach-Back on communication quality in a national telephone-based telehealth service, for callers varying in health literacy.

Initiating Advance Care Planning in Primary Care: A Model for Success.

Primary care physicians recognize the importance of advance care planning (ACP) conversations and report lack of training and time in the office to start them. Previous efforts have shown that ACP is a low-risk high-value intervention for older patients and those with life-limiting illness.

Effects of a nurse-led post-discharge advance care planning programme for community-dwelling patients nearing the end of life and their family members: A randomised controlled trial.

Although evidence increasingly demonstrates the effects of advance care planning, the relevant studies are of questionable quality, and lack consensus regarding when and with whom to initiate the conversation.

Advance Care Planning (ACP). A Systematic Review of ACP Behavior by Women and Men in Germany.

The desire to retain control over one's life until the end has become highly important in our society. Women and men of different ages and of diverse social, cultural, and educational backgrounds increasingly decide in advance about prospective medical treatment (Advance Care Planning, ACP).

Monitoring Neonatal Resuscitation: Why Is It Needed?

Stabilisation and resuscitation of babies at birth is one of the most frequently performed procedures and requires considerable skill. If it is not done well, the baby may suffer prolonged hypoxia and bradycardia. Over the last few years there has been a growing interest in carefully evaluating an infant's condition at birth and the details of what is happening during resuscitation. Clinical assessment of an infant at this time is difficult and often inaccurate. Assessments of heart rate, colour, chest excu...

Challenges of motherhood in the voice of primiparous mothers: initial difficulties.

To identify the main difficulties first-time mothers experience in the postpartum period, during the first six months of the baby's life.

Compassion and mercy are not helpful in resolving intractable family-physician conflicts on end-of-life care.

"Compassion and mercy" are important values for humanizing medicine. There are limits, however, in their ability to help resolve disputes between physicians and families regarding appropriate end-of-life care. The recent cases of Charlie Gard and Alfie Evans in England highlight the issue. The English courts resolve such conflicts by an independent assessment of a court. The American judicial system does not share the centralized system of the English courts. In the United States Federal structure some 50 s...

Predictors of reliably high-value end-of-life care.

Care near the end of life is expensive and frequently not aligned with the expressed preferences of decedents, creating an opportunity to improve value, or increase quality while lowering cost. This review examines publications from 2017 and 2018 on interventions and policies associated with high-value end-of-life care. Innovations in video and web-based advance care planning are promising to improve preference-congruent care at low cost.

DVH-based Inverse Planning using Monte Carlo Dosimetry for LDR Prostate Brachytherapy.

Inverse planning is an integral part of modern low-dose-rate (LDR) brachytherapy. Current clinical planning systems do not exploit the total dose information and largely use the AAPM TG-43 dosimetry formalism to ensure clinically acceptable planning times. Thus, sub-optimal plans may be derived due to TG-43-related dose overestimation and non-conformity with dose distribution requirements. The purpose of this study was to propose an inverse planning approach that can improve planning quality by combining do...

Can Planning Ahead Save Health Care Costs at the End-of-Life?

Timely consideration of future care; advance care planning for people with intellectual disabilities.

People with intellectual disabilities (IDs) are often unable to decide for themselves regarding complex medical decisions, and need assistance from representatives, often next-of-kin. People with IDs are often frail. This frailty is characterized on the one hand by health problems, on the other hand by significant limitations in both intellectual functioning and in adaptive behaviour. In this group of people, when compared to the general population, the principles of palliative care are applicable more ofte...

The need for planning training among public health officers in Cape Verde.

Cape Verde is a small island developing state (SIDS). The health sector is guided by strategic and programmatic documents of the Ministry of Health. The objective of this paper is to understand the planning capacity and experience of its Public Health Officers. A questionnaire was applied to 27 Cape Verdean public health officers in order to collect data on participation in health sector planning: 17 were returned and analyzed. This study identifies a youthful, medically trained, but poorly differentiated, ...

Relationship with the Father of the Baby and Perceived Stress Among Black Women.

The purpose of this study was to examine whether the relationship with the father of the baby was related to psychological stress among Black women.

Quick Search