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Technology and Aging: An Evolving Partnership.


Cause-specific mortality by partnership status: simultaneous analysis using longitudinal data from England and Wales.

This paper examines cause-specific mortality by partnership status. Although non-marital cohabitation has spread rapidly in industrialised countries, only a few studies have investigated mortality by partnership status and no recent study has investigated cause-specific mortality by partnership status.

Examining Partnership-Health Associations Among Lesbian Women and Gay Men Using Population-Level Data.

The aim was to provide the first broad assessment of partnership-health associations across partnership statuses among lesbian and gay individuals.


Mutual benefits in academic-service partnership: An integrative review.

Academic and service institutions involve with many challenges. Partnership programs are a golden opportunity to achieve mutual benefits to overcome these challenges. Identifying mutual benefits is the cornerstone of forming a successful partnership and guarantee to its continuity. There are definitions and instances of mutual benefits in the literature related to partnership programs, but there is no coherent evidence and clear picture of these benefits.

Exploring the roots of antagony in the safe male circumcision partnership in Botswana.

Partnerships in global health and development governance have been firmly established as a tool to achieve effective outcomes. Botswana implements Safe Male Circumcision (SMC) for HIV prevention through a North-South partnership comprising the local Ministry of Health, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (funded by PEPFAR) and Africa Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Partnership (funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation). The SMC partnership experienced significant antagony and the aim of this paper i...

The Global Partnership for Education: forging a stronger partnership between health and education sectors to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

The changing relationship between partnership status and loneliness: Effects related to aging and to historical time.

Partnership status is a central predictor of loneliness. The strength of this predictive relationship, however, may decrease in the course of aging and over historical time. Moreover, there may be aging-related and historical changes in the satisfaction with partnership and singlehood.

A relational approach to partnership between patients and professionals : design and implementation.

To implement an institutional culture of the partnership, the University Hospitals of Geneva (HUG) first studied existing collaborations between patients and professionals. The engaged professionals, their positions, and patient involvement form the structure of the relational approach. This approach relies on a foundation of consideration for others, their expertise and mutual respect. The Patient Partners Platform networks partners and their actions, supports initiatives and educates about partnership. Ex...

Principles for Patient and Family Partnership in Care: An American College of Physicians Position Paper.

In this position paper, the American College of Physicians (ACP) examines the rationale for patient and family partnership in care and reviews outcomes associated with this concept, including greater adherence to care plans, improved satisfaction, and lower costs. The paper also explores and acknowledges challenges associated with implementing patient- and family-centered models of care. On the basis of a comprehensive literature review and a multistakeholder vetting process, the ACP's Patient Partnership i...

The Partnership for Accelerating Cancer Therapies.

As a part of the Cancer Moonshot, the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, the Foundation for National Institutes of Health, the US Food and Drug Administration, and 12 pharmaceutical companies have formed a 5-year, $220 million precompetitive public-private research collaboration called the Partnership for Accelerating Cancer Therapies. A systematic cross-sector effort to identify and develop robust, standardized biomarkers and related clinical data, Partnership for Acceler...

Teaching the pony new tricks: competences for specialists in laboratory medicine to meet the challenges of disruptive innovation.

The 20th century digital revolution has already seen the introduction of faster, more diverse, easier to use technologies with extended capacity and capability that has enhanced productivity in Laboratory Medicine and allowed more effective use of human resource. With increasing demands for better health and best care the challenge to future healthcare systems is to deploy technology, facilities and human resources more effectively. For the 21st century the digital age heralds opportunities for information-...

The Binds of Global Health Partnership: Working out Working Together in Sierra Leone.

Global health partnerships (GHPs) are the conceptual cousin of partnerships in the development sphere. Since their emergence in the 1990s, the GHP mode of working and funding has mainly been applied to single-disease, vertical interventions. However, GHPs are increasingly being used to enact health systems strengthening and to address the global health worker shortage. In contrast to other critical explorations of GHPs, we explore in this article how the fact, act, and aspiration of binding different actors...

Designing Large-Scale Improvement: Using an Academic-Practice Partnership to Enhance Care Transitions.

This department column highlights translation of research into healthcare quality practice. Achieving the highest quality in healthcare requires organizations to understand care delivery and to develop and design process efficiencies. The improvement process may be enhanced through a partnership between the healthcare facility and an affiliated school of nursing. The purpose of this article was to describe the process for developing a large-scale improvement project focused on enhancing care transitions wit...

Opinions and evaluations of stakeholders in the implementation of the public-private partnership (PPP) model in integrated health campuses (city hospitals) in Turkey.

This study aimed to define the public-private partnership (PPP) model, eliciting the views and assessments of stakeholders and identifying associated health policies and planning issues.

Academic-Practice Partnership: Benefits and Sustainability of the Northeast Region VA Nursing Alliance.

The Northeast Region VA Nursing Alliance is an academic-practice partnership founded in 2007 between the Veteran's Administration (VA) Boston/Bedford HealthCare Systems and six schools of nursing.

Association of a Care Coordination Model With Health Care Costs and Utilization: The Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership (J-CHiP).

The Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership was created to improve care coordination across the continuum in East Baltimore, Maryland.

An academic practice partnership: Building capacity to meet sexual health education policy requirements of a public school system.

The purpose of this clinical concepts paper is to describe the development, implementation, and evaluation of a formal academic-practice partnership between a large, urban, public school system and a college of nursing, based on the American Association of Colleges of Nursing's Guiding Principles to Academic-Practice Partnerships. The overarching goal of the partnership was to increase the school district's capacity to meet sexual health education policy requirements while providing graduate nursing student...

An Academic-Practice Partnership: Fostering Collaboration and Improving Care Across Settings.

Through the Veterans Affairs Nursing Academic Partnership (VANAP), baccalaureate nursing students and faculty participated in practice innovations in a Veterans Affairs Health Care System. Nationally, VANAP has attempted to bridge gaps between theory and practice and across care settings.

Partnership for productive development of biosimilar products: perspectives of access to biological products in the Brazilian market.

The manufacturing process for biological products is complex, expensive and critical to the final product, with an impact on their efficacy and safety. They have been increasingly used to treat several diseases, and account for approximately 50% of the yearly budget for the Brazilian public health system. As the patents of biological products expire, several biosimilars are developed. However, there are concerns regarding their efficacy and safety; therefore, the regulatory agencies establish rules to appro...

The role of technical protocols and partnership engagement in developing a decision support framework for fisheries management.

In the context of the Common Fisheries Policy Reform, the implementation of multiannual management plans for fisheries and the annual quota negotiations between EU member states has generated a growing demand from stakeholders and managers for integrated advice that goes beyond the usual biological advice. This has led to the emergence of bio-economic tools and methods for the comparison of the biological, economic and social tradeoffs associated with alternative options for fisheries management. A Decision...

Learning experience of nursing students in a clinical partnership model: An exploratory qualitative analysis.

Clinical teaching models are crucial for nursing students' learning experiences as students learn and socialise in a complex clinical context. An innovative clinical partnership model, employing hospital-based clinical teachers to provide supervision and university teachers to liaise with students, has been developed to facilitate clinical teaching and enhance learning experiences.

Technology Use Among Youth While Operating Farm Equipment.

Distracted driving by using modern technologies has been linked with increased risk of injuries, however, the current research has focused primarily on the use of technology while operating roadway vehicles. The purpose of this study was to explore the use of technology while operating farm equipment among members of an agricultural youth organization (Pennsylvania FFA Association members). An online survey was used to examine the use of technology while operating a tractor, ATV/UTV, skid steer, and truck/c...

Towards an assessment for organizational participatory research health partnerships: A systematic mixed studies review with framework synthesis.

Within the health sciences, organizational participatory research (OPR) is defined as a blend of research and action, in which academic researchers partner with health organization members. OPR is based on a sound partnership between all stakeholders to improve organizational practices. However, little research on the evaluation of OPR health partnership exists. This systematic mixed studies review sought to produce a new theoretical model that structures the evaluation of the OPR processes and related outc...

New Media, Technology and Neurology Education.

The use of technology in neurology education has revolutionized many aspects of medical teaching, addressing some important challenges of modern education such as information overload and the unique needs of millennial learners. However, it also has inherent problems, such as depersonalization and high development costs. Due to the heterogeneity of different applications, it is difficult to establish general principles to guide front line educators, but it may be possible to describe "minimum" best practice...

Feasibility Trial of the Newly Introduced Optical Enhancement Technology in Patients with Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease.

Optical Enhancement technology (OE) combines bandwidth-limited light and image enhancement processing technology to enhance subtle mucosal and vascular details. This is the first study assessing the new technology for the diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).


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