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Is it still a real treat? Adults' treat provision to children.

Consumption of high-energy foods in the absence of hunger has been identified as a key target to address in the area of obesity. For children, such foods are often provided by adults as treats. There is limited understating of adults' treat giving. The present study aimed to understand adults' provision of treats to children on the Island of Ireland. A total of 1039 participants, including parents, grandparents, child minders and education practitioners completed a face-to-face survey in their home. Partici...

Sangamo poised for CAR-T race.

Sangamo's landmark genome editing trial gets mixed reception.

How a Culture of Kindness Can Improve Employee Engagement and Patient Experience - and Five Ways to Get There.

Aware of the evidence demonstrating how important employee engagement is to patient experience, outcomes and cost containment, leadership at Bluewater Health, Sarnia, was looking for strategic solutions to improve engagement. Work with compassion fatigue and resilience specialists suggested focusing on kindness. This article shares the hospital's experience designing and implementing their campaign - from a core committee that empowers and encourages teams to find their own creative ways to promote kindness...

Patient satisfaction and quality of care: a prospective study at outpatient dermatology clinics.

Patient satisfaction often is used as a proxy for quality of care, with physicians evaluated and reimbursed based on patient satisfaction scores. As a specialty, dermatology is lagging in quality improvement studies. To fill this gap, we conducted a prospective study of targeted interventions administered at outpatient dermatology clinics to determine if they resulted in statistically significant increases in patient satisfaction measures, particularly among Spanish-speaking patients. This study, along with...

Patient injuries in pediatric otorhinolaryngology.

Patient injuries in children can have lifelong effects on the patient and a marked impact on the whole family. The aim of this study was to identify the errors and incidents leading to patient injuries in pediatric otorhinolaryngology (ORL) by evaluating accepted patient injury claims.

Assessment of isocenter alignment during CT colonography: Implications for clinical practice.

Optimization of image quality and patient radiation dose is achieved in part by positioning the patient at the isocenter of the CT gantry. The aim of this study was to establish whether there was increased isocenter misalignment (IM) in CT colonography (CTC) scans by comparing patient position during the prone part of a CTC to patient position during renal stone protocol CT (CT-KUB) and patient position during the supine part of a CTC to patient position during abdominopelvic CT (CT-AP).

Using High-Resolution Variant Frequencies Empowers Clinical Genome Interpretation and Enables Investigation of Genetic Architecture.

Remote monitoring of implantable cardioverter defibrillators: Patient experiences and preferences for follow-up.

Patient satisfaction with remote patient monitoring (RPM) of implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) seems to be high, yet knowledge on long-term patient experiences is limited. The European REMOTE-CIED study explored patient experiences with RPM, examined patient preferences for ICD follow-up, and identified determinants of patient preferences in the first two years post-implantation.

Cooling down the hot potato: Anti-interleukin 36 therapy prevents and treats experimental intestinal fibrosis.

The Association Between Complications, Incidents, and Patient Experience: Retrospective Linkage of Routine Patient Experience Surveys and Safety Data.

Linkage of safety data to patient experience data may provide information to improve surgical care. This retrospective observational study aimed to assess associations between complications, incidents, patient-reported problems, and overall patient experience.

Exploring the influence of resiliency on physician trust in patients: An empirical study of Chinese incidents.

The tension in doctor-patient relationships is becoming progressively greater due to the high expectations of patients and the physicians' work pressure. Recent studies have addressed factors which affect the tension of doctor-patient relationships, and our study continues this trend by looking at the influence of resiliency and physician trust in the patient (PTP), that is, how much the doctor trusts the patient.


Despite a national focus on physician-patient communication, there is a paucity of literature on how patient and family feedback (PFF) can be used as a tool to help residents learn communication skills. The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of coaching on residents' attitudes towards PFF, self-confidence in communication, and patient-rated communication skills.


Interventional radiology is a rapidly evolving speciality with potential to deliver high patient radiation doses, as a result high standards of radiation safety practice are imperative. IR radiation safety practice must be considered before during and after procedures through appropriate patient consent, dose monitoring and patient follow-up. This questionnaire-based study surveyed fixed IR departments across Ireland and England to establish clinical practice in relation to radiation safety. Pre-procedure I...

Factors Affecting Patient Portal Use Among Low-Income Pregnant Women: Mixed-Methods Pilot Study.

Patient portals offer patients personalized and secure Web access to their medical information and enable patients to manage their health care online. However, there is a lack of information about patient acceptance and use of patient portals among low-income pregnant women.

Patient satisfaction with adjustable transobturator male system in the Iberian multicenter study.

Patient-reported outcome measurements are important for urinary incontinence. We analyze self-assessed patient satisfaction and define the clinical profile of patient with highest satisfaction with the adjustable transobturator male system (ATOMS).

The Association of the Nurse Work Environment and Patient Safety in Pediatric Acute Care.

Eighteen years ago, the Institute of Medicine estimated that medical errors in hospital were a major cause of mortality. Since that time, reducing patient harm and improving the culture of patient safety have been national health care priorities. The study objectives were to describe the current state of patient safety in pediatric acute care settings and to assess whether modifiable features of organizations are associated with better safety culture.

Impact of patient choice and hospital competition on patient outcomes after prostate cancer surgery: A national population-based study.

Policies that encourage patient choice and hospital competition have been introduced across several countries with the purpose of improving the quality of health care services. The objective of the current national cohort study was to analyze the correlation between choice and competition on outcomes after cancer surgery using prostate cancer as a case study.

Is Rajyoga helpful in maintaining patient's biochemical and hematological profile during breast cancer treatment?

The present study is the case of a breast cancer patient who visited the local unit of the Brahma Kumaris (BK). Conversations with the patient revealed that the patient was being treated in the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India. The treatment of the patient included the surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. The patient narrated her ability to manage the psychological stress associated with the cancer treatment. She ascribed it to the positive attitude developed ...

A Patient-centered Remote Therapy Monitoring Program Focusing on Increased Adherence to Wound Therapy: A Large Cohort Study.

This retrospective study of 510 patients receiving negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) in a home care setting examines the relationship between remote therapy monitoring (RTM) and patient adherence, as well as determines the impact of patient adherence on wound progression.

Exploring regional variations in the cross-cultural, international implementation of the Patient Reported Outcomes Burdens and Experience (PROBE) study.

The Patient Reported Outcomes Burdens and Experience (PROBE) study has developed and validated the PROBE questionnaire for assessing patient-reported outcomes in people with haemophilia and participants without bleeding disorders.

The Association of Patient Satisfaction with Pain, Anxiety, and Self-Reported Physical Function.

A complete understanding of the variables that influence patient satisfaction has yet to be reached. The purpose of this study was to determine whether patient-reported physical function, pain, and/or anxiety are associated with patient satisfaction in a hand and upper-extremity outpatient setting.

Do perceived working conditions and patient safety culture correlate with objective workload and patient outcomes: A cross-sectional explorative study from a German university hospital.

Workload and demands on hospital staff have been growing over recent years. To ensure patient and occupational safety, hospitals increasingly survey staff about perceived working conditions and safety culture. At the same time, routine data are used to manage resources and performance. This study aims to understand the relation between survey-derived measures of how staff perceive their work-related stress and strain and patient safety on the one hand, and routine data measures of workload and quality of ca...

Changing the Paradigm of Daily Prevention to Achieve Whole Mouth Health in the 21st Century.

A comprehensive mechanical plaque control program - designed, monitored, and reinforced by dental professionals - can help patients achieve excellent oral hygiene and oral health. However, this approach to prevention is impractical for many individuals, so dental caries and periodontal disease are highly prevalent globally. Experts recently agreed that a toothpaste with fluoride and a plaque control agent can augment mechanical procedures to simultaneously prevent caries and periodontal disease. Notwithstan...

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.

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