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Elisa Gordon, PhD, MPH: Professor, Comprehensive Transplant Center, Department of Surgery; Center for Healthcare Studies, Institute for Public Health and Medicine; and Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities, Department of Medical Education, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL.


The General: A History of the Montreal General Hospital, edited by Joseph Hanaway and John H. Burgess The General: A History of the Montreal General Hospital Joseph Hanaway and John H. Burgess (eds.) Montreal and Kingston : McGill-Queen's University Press , 2016 , xxiv+ 731 p. , $65.00.

REPORT ON THE OBSERVER TRAINING AT BROOKE ARMY MEDICAL CENTER IN SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, USA.

A short report describing the unique experience of visiting the famous Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) in San Antonio, Texas, USA and its Burn Center and Plastic Surgery Department in the period between June 27 and August 26, 2016.


Early Lessons on Bundled Payment at an Academic Medical Center.

Orthopaedic care is shifting to alternative payment models. We examined whether New York University Langone Medical Center achieved savings under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Bundled Payments for Care Improvement initiative.

Processes for Identifying and Reviewing Adverse Events and Near Misses at an Academic Medical Center.

Conferences, processes, and/or meetings in which adverse events and near misses are reviewed within clinical programs at a single academic medical center were identified.

Simulation-Based Evaluation of the Effects of Patient Load on Mental Workload of Healthcare Staff.

In parts of Ohio, Veterans Affairs Medical Centers are working to handle patient load issues by sending patient overflows to the Wright-Patterson Medical Center. The Wright-Patterson Medical Center will benefit from the increase in patients; however, there are concerns that the patient quality of care may suffer. If the increase in patients results in the healthcare staff experiencing high mental workload levels, staff performance could be reduced. The objective of this research is to evaluate the influence...

Community-acquired Legionnaires' disease at a medical center in northern Taiwan.

Legionella pneumophila had been recognized as an important pathogen for community-acquired pneumonia. We aimed to investigate clinical features and outcomes of patients with Legionnaires' disease at a tertiary medical center in northern Taiwan.

NEURO-ONCOLOGY A NEW FIELD IN DAVIDOFF CANCER CENTER AT RABIN MEDICAL CENTER.

Neuro-oncology is a subspecialty attracting physicians from medical disciplines such as neurology, neurosurgery, pediatrics, oncology, and radiotherapy. It deals with diagnosis and management of primary brain tumors, as well as metastatic and non-metastatic neurological manifestations that frequently affect cancer patients including brain metastases, paraneoplastic syndromes and neurological complications of cancer treatment. A neuro-oncology unit was established in Davidoff Cancer Center at Rabin Medical C...

Global trends in center accreditation by the Joint Commission International: growing patient implications for international medical and surgical care.

Millions of patients travel internationally for medical and surgical care. We found that the annual number of centers accredited by the Joint Commission International increased from one center in 1999 to 132 centers in 2016; there are currently 939 accredited centers across 66 countries. Public health and medicolegal implications related to medical travel deserve attention.

Considerations for reporting of stillbirths and fetal deaths.

In reporting stillbirths, issues such as lower gestational age limits, inclusion or exclusion of pregnancy terminations, as well as privacy concerns related to public vital statistics have been contentious issues for many years. In their commentary, Joseph et al wrestle with these and other issues in order to provoke a broader discussion on fetal mortality (Joseph et al; BJOG; in press This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Characterization of the first symptoms of multiple sclerosis in a Brazilian center: cross-sectional study.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, immune-mediated and degenerative central nervous system (CNS) disease with well-established diagnostic criteria. Treatment can modify the course of the disease. The objective of this study was to describe the initial symptoms of multiple sclerosis in a Brazilian medical center.

Decreasing 30-day surgical mortality in a VA Medical Center utilizing the ACS NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator.

The Overton Brooks VA Medical Center Surgical Service had a high mortality. In an effort to reduce surgical mortality, we implemented a series of quality improvement interventions, including utilization of the ACS Surgical Risk Calculator to identify high-risk surgical patients for discussion in a multidisciplinary Pre-Operative Consultation Committee.

Implementation of Epic Beaker Clinical Pathology at Stanford University Medical Center.

To provide an account of implementation of the Epic Beaker 2014 clinical pathology module at Stanford University Medical Center and highlight strengths and weaknesses of the system.

On becoming a physician.

Ken Swan practiced surgery for 46 years, serving with the US Army Medical Corps in both Vietnam and Desert Storm. After his army service, he joined the faculty of Rutgers Medical School, where he was director of the clinical clerkships at the time of his sudden death in 2014. Among his papers after his death, his son, Kenneth Jr. ("K. G."), found this address to incoming third-year medical students. At a symposium and gala honoring his dad in Newark on May 15, 2015, K. G. read it as a tribute to his father.

Research priorities for a multi-center child abuse pediatrics network - CAPNET.

Although child maltreatment medical research has benefited from several multi-center studies, the new specialty of child abuse pediatrics has not had a sustainable network capable of pursuing multiple, prospective, clinically-oriented studies. The Child Abuse Pediatrics Network (CAPNET) is a new multi-center research network dedicated to child maltreatment medical research. In order to establish a relevant, practical research agenda, we conducted a modified Delphi process to determine the topic areas with h...

Applying the Chronic Care Model to Improve Care and Outcomes at a Pediatric Medical Center.

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center launched the Condition Outcomes Improvement Initiative in 2012 to help disease-based teams use the principles of improvement science to implement components of the Chronic Care Model and improve outpatient care delivery for populations of children with chronic and complex conditions. The goal was to improve outcomes by 20% from baseline.

The Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning at McGill University.

Simulation allows for learner-centered health professions training by providing a safe environment to practice and make mistakes without jeopardizing patient care. It was with this goal in mind that the McGill Medical Simulation Center was officially opened on September 14, 2006, as a partnership between McGill University, the Faculty of Medicine and its affiliated hospitals. Its mandate is to provide state-of-the-art facilities to support simulation-based medical and allied health education initiatives. Si...

Evaluating the Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Evidence-Based Practice Educational Program in a Large Academic Medical Center.

The purpose of this study was to create a system-wide education program in a large academic medical center to increase exposure and understanding of the evidence-based practice (EBP) process with multidisciplinary healthcare professionals. We also hoped to increase their confidence in utilizing and implementing EBP at the bedside. Although our approach to educating professional staff on EBP provided initial benefits, holding the gains over a 1-year period proved to be difficult.

Surgeon leadership in the coding, billing, and contractual negotiations for fenestrated endovascular aortic aneurysm repair increases medical center contribution margin and physician reimbursement.

Fenestrated endovascular aneurysm repair (FEVAR) allows endovascular treatment of thoracoabdominal and juxtarenal aneurysms previously outside the indications of use for standard devices. However, because of considerable device costs and increased procedure time, FEVAR is thought to result in financial losses for medical centers and physicians. We hypothesized that surgeon leadership in the coding, billing, and contractual negotiations for FEVAR procedures will increase medical center contribution margin (C...

The Center for Evidence Based Practices at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences and the Department of Psychiatry, Case Western Reserve University.

The Center for Evidence-Based Practices (CEBP), a multidisciplinary center located at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences (MSASS), has been in operation for the past 17 years. It is a joint project of MSASS and the Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, and funded primarily through the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, as well as a variety of contractual agreements with agencies throughout the state and the country. The CEBP provides te...

Peter Joseph Wilkinson Monks.

Prof. Dr. Johannes Joseph van Rood (1926-2017).

Racial Disparities in Medical Student Membership in the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society.

Previous studies have found racial and ethnic inequities in the receipt of academic awards, such as promotions and National Institutes of Health research funding, among academic medical center faculty. Few data exist about similar racial/ethnic disparities at the level of undergraduate medical education.

Mr. Joseph Hogan on Align Technology.

John, E. D., & Joseph, L. D. (2016). Vision-How It Works and What can Go Wrong.


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