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Lone and lonely in a double ambivalence situation as experienced by callers while waiting for the ambulance in a rural environment.

In a rural environment where distances and access to ambulance resources in people's immediate area are limited, other responders like firefighters dispatched to perform a first aid before ambulance arrives in areas where a longer response time exists; an assignment called 'While Waiting for the Ambulance' (WWFA). Knowledge is limited about the experience from a caller's perspective when a person has a life-threatening condition needing emergency help and both firefighters in a WWFA assignment and ambulance...

The appropriateness of low-acuity cases referred for emergency ambulance dispatch following ambulance service secondary telephone triage: A retrospective cohort study.

Ambulance-based secondary telephone triage systems have been established in ambulance services to divert low-acuity cases away from emergency ambulance dispatch. However, some low-acuity cases still receive an emergency ambulance dispatch following secondary triage. To date, no evidence exists identifying whether these cases required an emergency ambulance. The aim of this study was to investigate whether cases were appropriately referred for emergency ambulance dispatch following secondary telephone triage...

Significant others' perceptions of being taken seriously by the Swedish Ambulance Service when the patient is assessed as nonurgent.

At least 50% of all ambulance assignments are deemed nonurgent, while 47-96% are initiated by someone other than the patient. Previous research has highlighted the importance of being taken seriously. However, additional knowledge of how significant others experience the situation when a patient is assessed as nonurgent is needed.

Parents' experiences of the caring encounter in the ambulance service- A qualitative study.

The aim of this study was to explore the experiences of the caring encounter in the ambulance service among parents to children aged 0-14 years METHODS: A qualitative study design was used, 16 caring encounters described by 14 parents were analysed using qualitative content analysis. Reporting of this research adheres to the COREQ guidelines BACKGROUND: The care provided by the ambulance team is often associated with emergency medicine, traumatology and disaster medicine. But to develop care in the ambulanc...

Knowledge, attitude, and practice of pharmacists towards management of hypertension in primary care centers.

Background Hypertension is one of the major health problems of the world and one of the most important causes of death in Indonesia. Complication due to hypertension leads to myocardial infarction, stroke, and renal failure. Pharmacist in primary care centers (Puskesmas) plays an important role in the management of hypertension. The purpose of this study was to assess the knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) of pharmacists working in Puskesmas in Surabaya, Indonesia, towards the management of hypertensio...

Pharmacist involvement in trauma resuscitation across the United States: A 10-year follow-up survey.

A national survey performed in 2007 found that only 23% of American College of Surgeons (ACS) trauma centers involved pharmacists in trauma resuscitation. This study describes interval change in use, perceptions, and responsibilities from 2007 to 2017.

Pharmacists' experiences and perceptions about simulation use for learning and development of clinical skills in Kuwait.

Background There has been a worldwide exponential rise in simulation use in health professions education. Most of the evidence about simulation-based education (SBE) comes from Western educational systems. Little is known about simulation use in the education and training of pharmacy students and pharmacists in the Middle Eastern countries. Objective To explore pharmacists' experiences, perceptions and attitudes toward simulation use for learning clinical skills in Kuwait. Setting Different governmental hos...

The Current Landscape of Veterinary Compounding in the Pharmacy Setting.

Medicating animals poses unique challenges that are often best dealt with via compounding. Pharmacists receive compounding training while in pharmacy school, but this training is not veterinary specific. Pharmacists are expected to have enough knowledge to properly verify prescriptions that are received at their practice site while keeping with the most up-to-date guidelines related to animal and human health. Whether pharmacists have the proper training to verify and/or compound veterinary specific medicat...

Trends in dispensing oral emergency contraceptives and safety issues: a survey of German community pharmacists.

Background Oral emergency contraceptives containing levonorgestrel or ulipristal acetate are available without prescription and only in pharmacies in Germany since March 2015. Due to this change community pharmacists are responsible for evaluating whether the product is appropriate and to educate women on proper use. Objective To measure the utilization of emergency contraceptives without a prescription and describe potential concerns and safety issues identified by community pharmacists in Germany. Setting...

A clinician survey of using speech recognition for clinical documentation in the electronic health record.

To assess the role of speech recognition (SR) technology in clinicians' documentation workflows by examining use of, experience with and opinions about this technology.

Pharmacists' attitudes and practices about selling syringes to people who inject drugs in Tajikistan: Results of a syringe purchase audit and a survey.

In Tajikistan, governmental policies leave the decision whether or not to sell syringes to people who inject drugs (PWID) to pharmacists' discretion. This exploratory study tests a theory-driven model explaining Tajikistani pharmacists' actual syringe sale practices to inform future HIV advocacy activities.

Perspectives on urea cycle disorder management: Results of a clinician survey.

Urea cycle disorders (UCDs) are rare inborn errors of urea synthesis. US and European consensus statements on the diagnosis and treatment of UCDs were last published in 2001 and 2019, respectively. Recommendations are based primarily on case reports and expert opinion and there is limited agreement or consistency related to long-term management approaches. A clinician survey was conducted to assess current real-world practices and perspectives on challenges and unmet needs.

Defining pharmacists' roles in disasters: A Delphi study.

Pharmacists are uniquely placed in the community to be of assistance to disaster-affected patients. However, the roles undertaken by pharmacists in disasters are identified based on their own experiences and networks. There is currently no definition or acknowledgment of pharmacists' roles in disasters.

Strategies to Improve Case Outcome When Referral Is Not Affordable.

We conducted a survey-based study to determine whether on-site consultations and cost-effective protocols are beneficial to general practitioners handling challenging small animal internal medicine patients when owners cannot afford referral and whether fourth-year veterinary students benefit from training in this area. Fifteen general practices were visited over 12 months by a board-certified internist and students. On-site consultations for patients belonging to owners who could not afford referral were c...

Why pediatricians need to know the disorders of sex development: experience of 709 cases in a specialized service.

To evaluate, in a sample of patients with disorders of sex development (DSD), data related to the age at referral and their correlation with the initial complaints, gender at referral, and final gender and etiological diagnosis.

A survey of outpatient Internal Medicine clinician perceptions of diagnostic error.

Background Little is known about how practicing Internal Medicine (IM) clinicians perceive diagnostic error, and whether perceptions are in agreement with the published literature. Methods A 16-question survey was administered across two IM practices: one a referral practice providing care for patients traveling for a second opinion and the other a traditional community-based primary care practice. Our aim was to identify individual- and system-level factors contributing to diagnostic error (primary outcome...

Barriers and facilitators in antenatal settings to screening and referral of pregnant women who use alcohol or other drugs: A qualitative study of midwives' experience.

Screening pregnant women for substance use is highly recommended in antenatal care settings. Although midwives provide routine screening for substance use and referral for treatment in pregnancy, little is known about the barriers and facilitators they experience.

Establishing an Anal Cancer Screening Program in an Outpatient HIV Clinic: Referral Patterns and Patient Perceptions Survey.

People living with HIV are at high risk for anal cancer (AC); however, the impact of screening for and treatment of precancerous anal lesions on AC incidence remains uncertain. In 2013, we conducted a survey of HIV providers evaluating the perceived need for an institutional AC screening program. Based on an overwhelmingly positive response, we established a dedicated AC screening clinic (including provision of high-resolution anoscopies) embedded within the institutional HIV clinic. Here, we describe that ...

Parental factors predicting unnecessary ambulance use for their child with acute illness: A cross-sectional study.

To examine characteristics of parents of children with acute, albeit mild, illnesses who used ambulance transport unnecessarily.

Use of Ambulance Dispatch Calls for Surveillance of Severe Acute Respiratory Infections.

Ambulance dispatches for respiratory syndromes reflect incidence of influenza-like illness in primary care. Associations are highest in children (15%-34% of respiratory calls attributable to influenza), out-of-office hours (9%), and highest urgency-level calls (9%-11%). Ambulance dispatches might be an additional source of data for severe influenza surveillance.

"Sometimes you wonder, is this really true?": Clinician assessment of patients' subjective experience of pain.

Pain is a subjective experience that must be translated by clinicians into an objective assessment to guide intervention.

Current practices and barriers to referral for cytoreductive surgery and HIPEC among colorectal surgeons: A binational survey.

Cytoreductive surgery (CRS) and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) has gained traction for the management of peritoneal metastases. The number of specialist units globally offering CRS/HIPEC is increasing. The aim of this survey was to assess current practices and barriers to referral for CRS/HIPEC among colorectal surgeons in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).

A Qualitative Study of Pulmonary and Palliative Care Clinician Perspectives on Early Palliative Care in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

Guidelines recommend that pulmonary clinicians involve palliative care in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); however, integration before advanced stage, that is, early palliative care, is rare. To explore and compare pulmonary and palliative care clinician perspectives on barriers, facilitators, and potential referral criteria for early palliative care in COPD. Qualitative descriptive formative evaluation study. Pulmonary and palliative care clinicians at a tertiary academic medical center. T...

Validation and Implementation of a National Survey to Assess Antimicrobial Stewardship Awareness, Practices and Perceptions amongst Community Pharmacists of Australia.

Antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) programs are well established in hospitals, yet such programs have not been widely implemented in the community. Understanding of the current practices and perceptions of community pharmacists about AMS may provide insights into the implementation of AMS in community pharmacies.

Reproductive endocrinologists are the gatekeepers for male infertility care in North America: results of a North American survey on the referral patterns and characteristics of men presenting to male infertility specialists for infertility investigations.

To characterize the referral patterns and characteristics of men presenting for infertility evaluation using data obtained from the Andrology Research Consortium.

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