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Aligning Strategic Interests in an Academic Medical Center: A Framework for Evaluating GME Expansion Requests.

In 2017, the Maine Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Committee received an unprecedented number of requests (n = 18) to start new graduate medical education (GME) programs or expand existing programs. There was no process by which multiple programs could be prioritized to compete for scarce GME resources.


About The Hastings Center and the Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School.

Commentary on "What Attracts Medical Students to Primary Care? A Nominal Group Evaluation".


Hospitalist Infectious Disease Service in Academic Medical Centers: A Win-Win for Hospitalists and Fellows.

Supplemental digital content is available in the text.

Optimal Medical Therapy Prescribing Patterns and Disparities Identified in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes at an Academic Medical Center in an Area with High Coronary Heart Disease-Related Mortality.

Coronary heart disease (CHD)-related mortality is high in the southern United States. A five-drug pharmacotherapy regimen for acute coronary syndromes (ACS), defined as optimal medical therapy (OMT), can decrease CHD-related mortality. Studies have indicated that OMT is prescribed 50-60% of the time. Assessment of prescribing could provide insight into the potential etiology of disparate mortality.

Attitudes toward epilepsy among medical staffs in basic-level hospitals from southern China.

The objectives of the study were to assess attitudes toward epilepsy among medical staffs from basic-level hospitals in southern China and identify significant predictive factors for future stigma reduction interventions.

What Attracts Medical Students to Primary Care? A Nominal Group Evaluation.

To examine the perceptions of first-year medical students on their experiences in primary care.

Expectations of rural community-based medical education: a case study from Thailand.

Thailand has recognised and sought to remedy rural medical workforce shortages. The Collaborative Project to Increase Production of Rural Doctors (CPIRD) has improved rural workforce recruitment through publicly funding medical school places for students with rural backgrounds. However, challenges in rural retention continue. CPIRD is seeking to develop a Thai rural community-based medical education (RCBME) program in the southern region of Thailand to improve preparation for rural practice and rural medica...

Difference of achievements between physicians from public hospitals and emergency medical center in prehospital emergency.

The benefit gained by replacing physicians in the prehospital service is still controversial. The present study compared the difference of achievements of pre-hospital emergency between the physicians from public hospitals and those from the Emergency Medical Center.We included prehospital emergency patients who were sent to the hospital by ambulance after emergency calls from February 1 to May 31, 2016, in Shanghai (24,250,000 inhabitants). Cohort characteristics and diagnoses were described, and the data ...

Ebola 101.

Editor's Response.

International Committee on Systematics of Prokaryotes Subcommittee on the taxonomy of Mollicutes: Minutes of the closed meeting, 8 July 2018, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA.

This report documents the International Committee on Systematics of Prokaryotes Subcommittee on the taxonomy of Mollicutes by recording the minutes of the meeting, held 8 July 2018, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA.

Team-Based Learning Activities for First-Year Medical Students: Perception of the Learners.

Team-based learning (TBL) is an active learning strategy that is used increasingly in medical education to promote critical thinking, knowledge application, teamwork, and collaboration. The aim of this study was to assess the students' perspective on the utility of TBL compared with traditional lectures.

Poor warfarin anticoagulation in long-term thromboprophylaxis: a survey in a southern Croatian county.

To assess the quality of real-life warfarin anticoagulation in patients requiring chronic thromboprophylaxis in a southern Croatian county.

Employee Perceptions of Safety, Health, and Well-Being: Focus Group Findings from one Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Focus groups were conducted at one VA medical center to understand (1) how the work environment and conditions of work influence employee safety, health, and well-being; (2) what programs, policies, and practices promote and protect employee safety and health in VA; and (3) how employee safety, health, and well-being impacts the organizational mission.

Of Monsters and Men.

The November-December 2018 issue of the Hastings Center Report celebrates two anniversaries. In a supplement to the issue, the fifty-year-old debate about what "dead" means-a debate launched in 1968 by the publication of the Harvard report on brain death-is dissected and reinvigorated in a set of essays assembled by Robert Truog, of Harvard Medical School's Center for Bioethics, and The Hastings Center's Nancy Berlinger, Rachel Zacharias, and Mildred Solomon. Inside the regular issue, a set of essays celebr...

FEMALE URETHRAL DIVERTICULA: DIAGNOSIS, PATHOLOGY, AND SURGICAL OUTCOMES AT AN ACADEMIC, URBAN MEDICAL CENTER.

To describe the outcomes of a series of women diagnosed with a urethral diverticulum at an urban tertiary care center with a focus on f.

Addressing Mental Health Needs among Physicians.

Some Thoughts on Implementing Remote Telehealth.

Critical contributions on some conceptual elements of the national mental health law based on clinical experience in a center for health and community action in the southern area of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

In this article, concepts extracted from the National Mental Health Law 22657 of the Argentine Republic are analyzed, from the perspective of the clinical practice carried out in a Center for Health and Community Action (CeSAC), located in the southern area of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (CABA). The following notions are analyzed: perspective of rights in health, accessibility, stigma associated with problematic consumption of substances, interdiscipline and intersectoriality. It is pointed out the ...

Commentary on "Prenatal Contraceptive Counseling by Video".

Healthcare Disparities in People with Disabilities: Is There a Cure?

A Misguided Venture: Presidential Fitness and the Duty to Warn.

Uterine Surrogacy is Morally Equivalent to Selling a Kidney.

Curing Health Care by Adding Value: How About a Physical Examination?


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