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Another record in submissions to Acta Physiologica.

Submission fees for Acta Physiologica? No. Journals have experienced sharp decreases in submissions (by 1/3) after introducing payments before reviewing. Two months before the year's end, we are happy to announce that submissions to Acta Physiologica are on a new record level. Once again. More outstanding manuscripts come with the steady changes in Acta Physiologica's policies, appearance and prizes. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.


High-Throughput Sequencing in Respiratory, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine Research. An Official American Thoracic Society Workshop Report.

High-throughput, "next-generation" sequencing methods are now being broadly applied across all fields of biomedical research, including respiratory disease, critical care, and sleep medicine. Although there are numerous review articles and best practice guidelines related to sequencing methods and data analysis, there are fewer resources summarizing issues related to study design and interpretation, especially as applied to common, complex, nonmalignant diseases. To address these gaps, a single-day workshop...

ESCMID/ESGMD postgraduate technical workshop on diagnostic microbiology.

The European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID) workshop on diagnostic microbiology was held in Lausanne from 25 to 28 September 2018. A total of 87 participants from 31 countries participated to this postgraduate technical workshop. Over 4 days, the mornings were dedicated to talks, which covered many subjects including MALDI-TOF, molecular diagnosis, genomics and metagenomics as well as new innovative approaches. The afternoons were dedicated to 12 different practicals cover...


EMBL2checklists: A Python package to facilitate the user-friendly submission of plant and fungal DNA barcoding sequences to ENA.

The submission of DNA sequences to public sequence databases is an essential, but insufficiently automated step in the process of generating and disseminating novel DNA sequence data. Despite the centrality of database submissions to biological research, the range of available software tools that facilitate the preparation of sequence data for database submissions is low, especially for sequences generated via plant and fungal DNA barcoding. Current submission procedures can be complex and prohibitively tim...

Update of the statements on biology and clinical impact of occult hepatitis b virus infection.

In October 2018 a large number of international experts with complementary expertise came together in Taormina to participate in a workshop on occult hepatitis B virus infection (OBI). The objectives of the workshop were to review the existing knowledge on OBI, to identify issues that require further investigation, to highlight both the existing controversial and newly emerging aspects, and ultimately to update the statements previously agreed in 2008. This paper represents the output from the workshop.

Dissolution Testing in Drug Product Development: Workshop Summary Report.

This publication summarizes the proceedings and key outcomes of the first day ("Day 1") of the 3-day workshop on "Dissolution and Translational Modeling Strategies Enabling Patient-Centric Product Development." The overall aims of the workshop were to foster a productive dialog between industry and regulatory agencies and to discuss current strategies toward the development and implementation of clinically relevant dissolution specifications as an integral part of enhanced drug product understanding and eff...

Computer-based intrapartum fetal monitoring and beyond: a review of the 2 Workshop on Signal Processing and Monitoring in Labor (Oct 2017, Oxford UK).

The second Signal Processing and Monitoring in Labor workshop gathered researchers who utilize promising new research strategies and initiatives to tackle the challenges of intrapartum fetal monitoring. The workshop included a series of lectures and discussions focusing on: new algorithms and techniques for cardiotocogoraphy (CTG) and electrocardiogram acquisition and analyses; the results of a CTG evaluation challenge comparing state-of-the-art computerized methods and visual interpretation for the detecti...

Development and Evaluation of a Post-Hip Fracture Instructional Workshop for Caregivers.

A hip fracture is an unexpected traumatic event. Caregivers of patients with an acute hip fracture have only short time to learn the new skills of postoperative care and handling of the patient. This sudden responsibility changes the life of the caregivers who perceive a higher level of preoccupation about the care of their family/friend member. The objective of this study was to develop and test feasibility for a post-hip fracture inpatient instructional workshop for caregivers of older adults with hip fra...

Summary of the Second Annual BMT CTN Myeloma Intergroup Workshop on Minimal Residual Disease and Immune Profiling.

The second annual Blood and Marrow Transplant Clinical Trials Network (BMT CTN) Myeloma Intergroup Workshop on Minimal Residual Disease and Immune Profiling was convened on December 7, 2017 at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting. During this workshop, investigators from around the world presented their latest research involving assessment of minimal residual disease (MRD) and immune profiling (IP) in myeloma. This document summarizes the workshop presentations as well as relevant ASH abstracts ...

Embracing the flipped classroom: the planning and execution of a faculty workshop.

A great deal of interest has emerged recently in the flipped classroom (FC), a student-centered teaching approach. After attending a presentation by the first author on the FC, a faculty member of a medical school in Mexico arranged for a 3-day workshop for 13 faculty members. The goal of the workshop was to train faculty to use the FC strategy in their classrooms to increase student engagement in learning. The workshop was in the FC style, where the participants would assume the role of students. Pre- and ...

Report from the Eleventh Killer Immunoglobulin-like Receptor (KIR) Workshop: novel insights on KIR polymorphism, ligand recognition, expression and function.

The Eleventh Killer Immunoglobulin-like Receptor (KIR) Workshop was held in Camogli (Genoa, Italy) in October 2018. This congress brought together 113 participants working on KIR field. Fifty-eight studies have been presented, the majority of which included unpublished data. Thus, KIR workshop, allowing the meeting of people sharing their knowledge and experience in a friendly atmosphere, still represents a special event of fruitful discussion and exchange of novel breakthrough, results, and ideas. In this ...

Odor assessment of NH and volatile sulfide compounds in a full-scale municipal sludge aerobic composting plant.

Methods for assessing odors in municipal sewage sludge aerobic composting plants (MSSACPs) have been ineffective. This study identified the emission amount of typical odor-producing compounds, including NH and volatile sulfide compounds from a full-scale MSSACP, and evaluated risks of odor emissions based on odor intensity and odor active value. Results revealed all sampling sites (i.e. sludge stacking yard, composting workshop, and screening workshop) produced serious odors, especially in the composting wo...

Use of Functional Assessment to Define Therapeutic Goals and Treatment.

This article summarizes the presentations and discussions from a workshop, "Using Functional Assessment to Define Therapeutic Goals and Treatment," which took place on November 30 to December 1, 2017. This workshop brought together transdisciplinary leaders in the fields of function and disability and clinical investigators engaged in research on geriatric populations to outline opportunities and challenges for incorporating measures of function in clinical research. Topics addressed included reliable and c...

Motivational Interviewing Training Outcomes Among Providers in a Children's Hospital.

Motivational interviewing (MI) has proven a well-established psychotherapeutic intervention designed to enhance motivation for behavior change. While the benefits of MI have been established, little research has systematically evaluated dissemination of MI efforts to healthcare providers, especially among pediatric providers. The present pilot study evaluated whether healthcare providers gained valuable knowledge, confidence and desire to utilize MI, and skills in MI techniques and if these outcomes varied ...

High incidence of early onset preeclampsia is probably the rule and not the exception worldwide. 20th anniversary of the reunion workshop. A summary.

The 11th workshop on Immunology of preeclampsia in Reunion 2018 celebrated its 20th candle In this paper we try to summarize the main tracks of reflections during these two decades. First, of course, the advances in immunology of reproduction in the field of preeclampsia, which was poorly developed 2 decades ago when we first started in 1998. But, this workshop has not been dedicated only to immunology. Second, one of the main reflections has always been, workshop after workshop: "why does preeclampsia exis...

Notes from the Field: Fentanyl Drug Submissions - United States, 2010-2017.

Occupational exposure characteristics and health risk of PBDEs at different domestic e-waste recycling workshops in China.

Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) contained in electronic waste (e-waste) can be released to indoor environments and cause occupational health hazards during the recycling process. TVs, washing machines, refrigerators and printed wiring boar (PWB) represent the main domestic e-wastes. In this study, concentrations of ΣPBDEs in air and dust samples from recycling workshops handling these four major types of e-wastes were measured, and the occupational exposure risk for workers at the corresponding work...

A Simulation-Based Workshop to Improve Dermatologists' Communication Skills: A Pilot for Continuing Medical Education.

Communication skills influence the quality of health care and patient experience; both may affect provider reimbursement. There are few opportunities available for practicing physicians to receive direct feedback on communication in patient encounters. The purpose of this simulation-based patient encounter workshop was for dermatologists to practice and obtain feedback on their communication skills.

Challenges and Opportunities for Cancer Predisposition Cascade Screening for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer and Lynch Syndrome in Switzerland: Findings from an International Workshop.

An international workshop on cancer predisposition cascade genetic screening for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC) and Lynch syndrome (LS) took place in Switzerland, with leading researchers and clinicians in cascade screening and hereditary cancer from different disciplines. The purpose of the workshop was to enhance the implementation of cascade genetic screening in Switzerland. Participants discussed the challenges and opportunities associated with cascade screening for HBOC and LS in Switzerla...

Association of Chiropractic Colleges Call for Scientific Submissions.

From genes to environment in shaping of an embryo: understanding embryonic-extraembryonic interactions at the BSDB autumn meeting in Oxford.

The British Society for Developmental Biology Autumn Meeting, held in Oxford in September 2018, was the third in a series of international workshops which have been focussed on development at the extraembryonic-embryonic interface. This workshop, entitled "Embryonic-Extraembryonic Interactions: from Genetics to Environment" built on the two previous workshops held in 2011 (Leuven, Belgium) and 2015 (Göttingen, Germany). This workshop brought together researchers utilising a diverse range of organisms (incl...

A feasibility study comparing a web-based intervention to a workshop intervention for caregivers of adults with eating disorders.

To assess for the validity of a future trial, the current feasibility study aimed to compare the feasibility and efficacy of a web- and workshop-based education intervention for caregivers of adults with eating disorders.

Towards the identification of the relative immunogenicity of individual HLA antibody epitopes.

Recent data suggest that HLA epitope matching is more predictive for the formation of donor specific antibodies (DSA) after transplantation than classical HLA antigen matching. A proper definition of the epitopes and their immunogenicity is crucial for a broad clinical application of epitope matching in solid organ transplantation. For that purpose, a novel epitope component was started during the 17 International Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics Workshop. Only a limited number of antibody data was ava...

Effective communication in the era of precision medicine: A pilot intervention with low health literacy patients to improve genetic counseling communication.

Effective communication, where all parties share a common understanding, is necessary to realize the promise of Genomic Medicine. It is especially salient given the imperative to increase the participation of diverse populations in genomics research and to expand the reach of clinical genomics. We have previously shown that cancer genetic counseling is suboptimal for patients with limited health literacy. To address this finding, we implemented a pilot study to improve verbal communication between genetic c...

Pragmatic clinical trials offer unique opportunities for disseminating, implementing, and sustaining evidence-based practices into clinical care: Proceedings of a workshop.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Health Care Systems (HCS) Research Collaboratory hosted a workshop to explore challenges and strategies for the dissemination, implementation, and sustainability of findings from pragmatic clinical trials (PCTs) embedded in HCS. PCTs are designed to assess the impact of interventions delivered in usual or real-world conditions and leverage existing infrastructure to answer important clinical questions. The goal of the workshop was to discuss strategies for conducting ...


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