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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of the Drug Safety Professional.

The healthcare industry, and specifically the pharmacovigilance industry, recognizes the need to support the increasing amount of data received from individual case safety reports (ICSRs). To cope with this increase, more healthcare and qualified professionals are required to capture and evaluate the data. To address the evolving landscape, it will be necessary to embrace assistive technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) at scale. AI in the field of pharmacovigilance will possibly result in the tr...


Reasons for engaging in research among people with serious mental illnesses.

People generally participate in research for three primary reasons: financial, altruistic/social, and personal/psychological. While we would expect individuals with serious mental illness (SMI) to share these reasons, this assumption has not been investigated. Ninety-two adults with SMI living in supportive housing were interviewed about their reasons for participating in a study examining their housing, well-being, and community experiences. Associations between participant characteristics and reasons for ...

An Epistemic Argument for Research-Practice Integration in Medicine.

Arguments in favor of greater research-practice integration in medicine have tended to be ethical, political, or pragmatic. There are good epistemic reasons to pursue greater integration, and it is important to think through these reasons in order to avoid inadvertently designing new systems in ways that replicate the epistemic elitism common within current systems. Meaningful transformation within health care is possible with close attention to all reasons in favor of greater research-practice integration,...


Medication Treatment With Methadone or Buprenorphine: Differential Reasons for Premature Discharge.

Medication treatment with methadone or buprenorphine has shown demonstrated effectiveness for opioid dependence; while premature discharge is associated with adverse outcomes. Specific reasons for premature discharge generally fall into 2 broad categories (ie, patient- and program-initiated). Previous studies have typically failed to distinguish between different types of discharge reasons among patients who leave treatment early. This study sought to determine whether type of medication was associated with...

Could Eggs Help Increase Dietary Protein Intake in Older Adults? - Exploring Reasons for the Consumption and Non-Consumption of Eggs in People over 55 years old.

Compared to other protein-rich foods, eggs are of soft texture, easy to cook, and low cost, and may be useful in increasing protein intakes in older adults. Focus groups and interviews were used to explore all reasons for consuming and not consuming eggs in older adults. Forty-two individuals (20 males, 22 females, aged 56-96 years) took part in one of eight focus groups or two individual interviews. Thematic analyses revealed 69 different reasons for eating or not eating eggs in this population. Reasons ...

Preeclampsia by maternal reasons for immigration: a population-based study.

To investigate whether the occurrence of preeclampsia varied by maternal reasons for immigration.

Reasons for the Non-Utilisation of an Oncological Rehabilitation. Results of a Written Survey with Patients of Oncological Healthcare Centers.

Incidence and survival rates in patients with cancer are rising as well as the potential rehabilitation needs. In contrast, the numbers of rehabilitation treatments after cancer are decreasing. The reasons are not yet completely understood.

Posttraumatic stress, alcohol use, and alcohol use reasons in firefighters: The role of sleep disturbance.

Firefighters are at elevated risk for posttraumatic stress and alcohol use, with research indicating that individuals with posttraumatic stress are likely to use alcohol as a coping strategy. A behavioral mechanism of clinical relevance to these associations is sleep disturbance. Thus, it was hypothesized that higher posttraumatic stress and sleep disturbance would be associated with higher alcohol use and alcohol use coping reasons; and sleep disturbance would moderate the association between posttraumatic...

Reasons for open conversion in robotic liver surgery: a systematic review with pooled analysis of more than 1000 patients.

Conversion to open during minimally invasive liver resection has a high rate. To identify the reasons to convert could help in defining a strategy to decrease the event "conversion".

Reasons for Young Adult Waterpipe Use in Wave 1 (2013-2014) of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study.

Waterpipe use is common among U.S. young adults (aged 18-24 years), with estimates considerably higher than other age groups. Although studies have examined attitudes and beliefs associated with waterpipe use, no study has examined reasons for use in a nationally representative sample.

Reasons for Manuscript Rejection After Peer Review From the Journal Headache.

To identify and characterize the reasons manuscripts are rejected after peer review from the journal Headache.

Drug-drug Interactions in Psychiatric Practice, Part 1: Reasons, Importance, and Strategies to Avoid and Recognize Them.

This column begins a series exploring drug-drug interactions (DDIs) with a special emphasis on psychiatric medications. As explained in this column, this topic is important for multiple reasons. First, a large percentage of the population is receiving psychiatric medications. Second, these patients are likely to be on multiple medications which means that they are at risk for an adverse DDI. Third, DDIs may occur but not be recognized even though they have significant health care consequences for the patien...

University students' self-reported reasons for abstinence from prescription and non-prescription stimulants and depressants.

No previous publication has evaluated whether the importance of university students' reasons for abstinence differs across prescription stimulants, prescription opioids, and two illicit forms of those medications (cocaine and heroin).

Passing on Pot: High School Seniors' Reasons for Not Using Marijuana as Predictors of Future Use.

Marijuana use is relatively common among youth and increases during the transition to adulthood. Yet a substantial number of adolescents and young adults do not use marijuana. The purpose of this study was to examine how high school seniors' reasons for intending not to use marijuana within the next 12 months were prospectively associated with marijuana use reported 1 year later.

A mixed methods examination of adolescents' reasons for pretending to text.

The purpose of this study was to examine reasons adolescents give for pretending to text in various social situations. Pretending to text was conceptualized as when a person uses a cellphone to make it look like they are texting, but they are not actually sending messages. Little research is available from the adolescent perspective regarding self-presentation and avoidance when using digital devices in social contexts.

Prevalence, associated factors and reasons for sickness presenteeism: a cross-sectional nationally representative study of salaried workers in Spain, 2016.

The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence of sickness presenteeism (SP), its associated factors and the reasons given for SP episodes, among the overall salaried population and excluding the 'healthy' workers.

Intravenous thrombolysis for ischemic stroke in the Veneto region: the gap between eligibility and reality.

Intravenous thrombolysis (IVT) is the treatment of choice for most patients with acute ischemic stroke. According to the recently updated guidelines, IVT should be administered in absence of absolute exclusion criteria. We aimed to assess the proportion of ischemic strokes potentially eligible and actually treated with IVT, and to explore the reasons for not administering IVT. We prospectively collected and analyzed data from 1184 consecutive ischemic stroke patients admitted to the 22 Stroke Units (SUs) of...

Dementia and advance directives: some empirical and normative concerns.

The authors of the paper 'Advance euthanasia directives: a controversial case and its ethical implications' articulate concerns and reasons with regard to the conduct of euthanasia in persons with dementia based on advance directives. While we agree on the conclusion that there needs to be more attention for such directives in the preparation phase, we disagree with the reasons provided by the authors to support their conclusions. We will outline two concerns with their reasoning by drawing on empirical res...

Reasons for failed endovascular recanalization attempts in stroke patients.

Mechanical thrombectomy (MT) is a highly effective therapy in patients with acute ischemic stroke due to large vessel occlusion (LVO). However, complete recanalization of the occluded vessel cannot be achieved in all patients, leading to poor clinical outcome. We analyzed the reasons for failed recanalization to help direct future improvements in therapy.

Reasons to stop drinking alcohol among patients with rheumatoid arthritis in Sweden: a mixed-methods study.

The aims were to identify patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) who had stopped drinking alcohol and compare them with patients drinking alcohol, and to explore reasons for stopping drinking alcohol.

Reasons for dropout from cardiac rehabilitation programs in women: A qualitative study.

Empirical evidence has shown that cardiac rehabilitation programs are effective in reducing morbidity and mortality, improving quality of life in patients with cardiovascular disease. Despite the benefits, women have a high cardiac rehabilitation dropout rate. Our aim was to explore women's perceptions about the reasons they faced for dropout from these programs.

Discrepancies between Reasons of Palliative Care Team Consultation and Palliative Care Team Activities.

Palliative care team (PCT) is a common type of palliative care services. However, distress in cancer patients may be underestimated by hospital staff. Reasons for PCT consultation may be inconsistent with patients' actual needs.

Using qualitative data to enhance our understanding of the reasons young people decline Structured Diabetes Education programmes.

to explore the reasons young people with type 1 diabetes decline structured diabetes education from the perspectives of the young people themselves, their parents and diabetes educators.

Reasons for Declining Venom Immunotherapy.

Hymenoptera venom allergy is associated with significant morbidity and deterioration in health-related quality of life, and risk of fatal systemic reactions. Although venom immunotherapy is safe and the only effective treatment in allergic individuals, some patients prefer not to pursue this treatment. Since 2011, when the 50% reimbursement was stopped, patients must fully support the cost of immunotherapy. This study aimed to ascertain the reasons why patients decline immunotherapy.

Emerging adults not in education, employment or training (NEET): socio-demographic characteristics, mental health and reasons for being NEET.

A growing group of emerging adults in many countries around the globe are not incorporated into the education system or the labor market; these have received the label "NEET: not in education, employment nor training". We describe the mental health and socio-demographic characteristics of emerging adults who are NEET from Mexico City (differentiating between NEET who are homemakers and NEET who are not) compared to their peers who are studying, working or both, in a city in which education and employment op...


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