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An Interview With Dr Karen Cox.

In this column, Dr Reid-Ponte interviews Dr Karen Cox, current president of the American Academy of Nursing and chief operating officer for Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City. Dr Cox discusses her leadership trajectory and lessons learned.

Chief Information Officer team evolution in university hospitals: interaction of the three 'C's (CIO, CCIO, CRIO).

 The Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Chief Clinical Information Officer (CCIO) are now established senior roles in hospital practice. With increasing emphasis on optimising use of routine health data for secondary purposes and research, additional skills are required as part of the senior information officer team, particularly in academic health care institutions.

"Fit notes" could become part of GP training, says deputy chief medical officer.

The World Health Organization's Chief Nursing Officer.

Elizabeth Iro assumes a key decision-making role at the WHO.

Russell DeJong: "The most scholarly neurologist in the Academy".

Russell Nelson DeJong (1907-1990) became professor and chair of the Department of Neurology at the University of Michigan in 1950. A prolific author with more than 200 publications, DeJong wrote on virtually all areas of neurology. DeJong's classic monograph, The Neurologic Examination (1950), grew into an encyclopedic volume from lectures he gave to junior and senior medical students; DeJong saw it through four editions. He was one of the founders of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), serving as its ...

Shifting Culture: A New CNO Leading to Nursing Excellence.

A new chief nursing officer describes the transformational leadership strategies she and her team used to turn their hospital, once below the national mean on National Database of Nurse Sensitive Indicators and patient/RN satisfaction scores, into a highly engaged and effective organization achieving top-performing outcomes.

Ah, Look at All the Lonely People (And Resultant Health Problems Thereof).

Robin Caruso, the chief togetherness officer at CareMore, knows that acute loneliness results in poor outcomes, increasing the risk of someone's mortality by 45%. Her team engages in "organic" conversations with CareMore's elderly beneficiaries to make them more engaged in their care, more socially connected, and more likely to exercise.

Applied Force During Prone Restraint: Is Officer Weight a Factor?

It has been suggested that law enforcement officer (LEO) weight on the backs of prone subjects may cause asphyxia.

Pediatric Chief Residents' Experiences as Inpatient Attending Physicians.

Some pediatric chief residents perform supervisory clinical duties during chief residency, but these activities are highly variable and descriptions are limited. Our goals were to characterize inpatient service performed by pediatric chief residents and to explore factors that influence their experiences as inpatient attending physicians.

The Evolving Role of the Medical Radiation Safety Officer.

The field of medicine has been rapidly changing recently for providers and patients. This article considers how such changes have impacted the roles and responsibilities of the medical facility radiation safety officer. To supplement the personal experiences of the authors, a questionnaire soliciting voluntary feedback was submitted to a group of medical radiation safety officers. Several common themes emerged in the responses received, confirming that the role of the medical radiation safety officer has in...

Cardiovascular screening of Paralympic athletes reported by chief medical officers of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.

Gratitude to All Who Contributed to JOSPT in 2018.

As the door closes on 2018, Interim Editor-in-Chief Dr. Guy Simoneau expresses his gratitude and recognizes the many colleagues who contributed to the editorial process of JOSPT over the past 12 months. It is through their commitment, talent, and knowledge that JOSPT can continue to publish high-quality content that leads to more effective clinical practice and improved patient outcomes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 2018;48(12):908-910. doi:10.2519/jospt.2018.0108.

A Dedicated Professional: Medicine Says Goodbye to Former TMA President Hugh Lamensdorf, MD.

Like all physicians, former Texas Medical Association President Hugh Lamensdorf, MD, made notes when he saw his patients. But the Fort Worth urologist, who passed away at age 82 in October, took this standard practice a bit further.

Sports participation in sport clubs, gyms or public spaces: How users of different sports settings differ in their motivations, goals, and sports frequency.

To develop targeted policy strategies to increase sports participation, more insight is needed into the behavioural patterns and preferences of users of different club-organized (i.e., sports clubs) and non-club organized (i.e., gyms, health centres or swimming pools) or informal sports settings such as public spaces. This study investigates 1) how users of different settings differ regarding self-determined motivations and goals, and sociodemographic and sports-related characteristics, and 2) how the assoc...

Production of certified reference materials for the sports doping control of the REV-ERB agonist SR9009.

Two human metabolites of the REV-ERB agonist SR9009, identified by researchers with an interest in sports doping control, have been synthesized and assessed for purity. The synthesis employed was a modification of published procedures for the parent SR9009, careful attention to the purification of intermediates and the final product ensuring materials of the highest purity were available for certification. For each candidate material impurities of related structure were identified and quantified as a relati...

Using chloroprocaine for spinal anaesthesia in outpatient knee-arthroscopy results in earlier discharge and improved operating room efficiency compared to mepivacaine and prilocaine.

Knee arthroscopies are regularly carried out in an outpatient setting. The purpose of this retrospective analysis was to investigate the impact of different local anaesthetics for spinal anaesthesia on operating room efficiency (perioperative process times) and postoperative recovery. This study aims to determine the optimal LA for SPA in patients undergoing knee arthroscopy at a day-surgery centre.

Does military veteran status and deployment history impact officer involved shootings? A case-control study.

Despite veterans' preference hiring policies by law enforcement agencies, no studies have examined the nature or effects of military service or deployments on health outcomes. This study will examine the effect of military veteran status and deployment history on law enforcement officer (LEO)-involved shootings.

Pediatric Sports Specialization in Elite Ice Hockey Players.

Pediatric sports specialization, defined as intense year-round training in a single sport as a result of excluding other sports for more than 8 months per year, is common in the United States. There are demonstrated physical and social risks to early pediatric sports specialization (defined as before age 12 years). While thought to be needed to acquire appropriate experience and excel in a given sport, there remains little information on when athletes at the highest levels of their sport specialized. This s...

Francis Forster, the last Horseman: A career in academic neurology.

American neurologist and epileptologist Francis M. Forster (1912-2006) was the last survivor of the "Four Horsemen," a nickname given to the four neurologists-Forster, Abe Baker, Russell DeJong, and Adolph Sahs-who were most instrumental in founding the American Academy of Neurology under Baker's leadership in 1948. Forster was a consulting physician for many high-profile patients, including President Dwight Eisenhower, President Quirino and Archbishop Reyes of the Philippines, Provisional President Lonardi...

Presidential Perspectives: Women's Views From the Top.

This paper presents the perspectives of past presidents of the Health Physics Society who also happen to be women. Only 6 out of 63 Society presidents have been women, and of these six, five are still living and briefly reflect on their experiences here, alongside a brief discussion of the first female president of the Society. These perspectives provide historical insight into the evolution and happenings of the Society as well as adding personal touches to the office of the president that hopefully will e...

Big Data, Efficient Markets, and the End of Daily Fantasy Sports As We Know It?

Fantasy sports are a popular way for individuals to add another layer of enjoyment to their interest in sports. While fantasy sports have been around for many years, access to big data sets and computer power to process them is a relatively new phenomenon, as well as the ability to compete in daily competitions and not just season-long campaigns. We posit that access to new and yet unforeseen data, models, and computing power to manage it, when viewed through the lens of efficient market hypothesis, will ca...

It can not be healthy not to be ill.

This article is written in remembrance of Karl Valentin's 70th anniversary of his death. He was a comedian and song writer suffering from vegetative dystonia and depression lifelong. This hypochondriac developed extreme self observation and had anxiety to get ill permanently. As one year old, his brother died of diphteria and he was close to death himself. After jumping in an ice cold river in Munich as a young man he caught a pneumonia. From that day he had a undefined long lasting lung disease. His perfo...

The psychopathology of the Wernicke-Kleist-Leonhard School and its relevance for present-day psychiatry.

Historically, the Wernicke-Kleist-Leonhard School represents a countermovement to psychopathology as described by Karl Jaspers and Kurt Schneider. The School aimed to interlink psychopathological and neurobiological aspects. Starting from the model of different functional neuronal systems, each of which can be disturbed in the sense of a hypofunction, hyperfunction, or parafunction, it developed a comprehensive phenomenology of psychopathological symptoms and syndromes that finally culminated in Karl Leonha...

Fluid distribution and cell integrity indicators evaluated by bioelectrical impedance in university athletes: comparison between team sports and individual sports.

The objective was to compare indicators of fluid distribution and cellular integrity in university athletes. Cross-sectional study with 167 university athletes (18-35 years), of team and individual sports. The bioimpedance was used to measure body water (TBW), intracellular water (ICW), extracellular water (ECW), ECW/ICW, impedance (Z), reactance (Xc), resistance (R), phase angle, body cell mass (BCM) and ECW/BCM at frequency 50khz. To measure lean soft tissue mass and body fat was used the dual-emission X-...

Organised sports participation and adiposity among a cohort of adolescents over a two year period.

Overweight and obesity among young people is alarmingly high. While hundreds of millions of children participate in organised sports worldwide, it is currently unknown whether time spent in organised sports is associated with levels of adiposity among young people. This study aimed to investigate bidirectional associations between participation in organised sports and adiposity over a two year period.

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