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Correction to: Revefenacin: First Global Approval.

The article Revefenacin: First Global Approval, written by Young-A Heo, was originally published Online First without open access. After publication in volume 79, issue 1, pages 85-91, Mylan Inc. (Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, USA) and Theravance Biopharma US, Inc. (South San Francisco, California, USA) requested that the article be Open Choice to make the article an open access publication. Post-publication open access was funded by Mylan Inc. (Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, USA) and Theravance Biopharma US, Inc. (...


Advance research directives in the context of dementia research: Ethical reflections on the disclosure requirement.

In November 2016, the German Federal Diet adopted an amendment to the German Medicinal Products Act (Arzneimittelgesetz), which permits non-therapeutic biomedical research on incompetent adults under a number of strict conditions. One of these conditions is that the potential research participant has declared her wish to participate in biomedical research in a valid research advance directive. Before completing the research advance directive, the potential research participant must be informed about the cir...

Correction: Mitochondrial oxodicarboxylate carrier deficiency is associated with mitochondrial DNA depletion and spinal muscular atrophy-like disease.

This Article was originally published under Nature Research's License to Publish, but has now been made available under a [CC BY 4.0] license. The PDF and HTML versions of the Article have been modified accordingly.


Measuring Local Public Health and Primary Care Collaboration: A Practice-Based Research Approach.

To describe the degree of public health and primary care collaboration at the local level and develop a model framework of collaboration, the Community Collaboration Health Model (CCHM).

Perceptions on nurse-nurse collaboration among registered nurses in Finland and Norway.

Intraprofessional collaboration necessitates understanding and knowledge on how nurses perceive each other and what factors promote good collaboration. The relationship between nurse-nurse collaboration has been explored relatively little, though intraprofessional collaboration is an essential factor for a healthy work environment.

Psychotropic substance abuse and fitness to hold a driving license in Italy.

Driving under the influence (DUI) of psychotropic substances is a serious and widespread problem in road safety. All countries try to reduce the impact with legislative controls over the criteria to regain a driver's license after suspension. In many European countries there are mandatory clinical and toxicological examinations required before a license is regranted. In Italy, individuals convicted of driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol must undergo a mandatory medico-legal and forensic toxi...

Estimation of vaccination coverage from electronic healthcare records; methods performance evaluation - A contribution of the ADVANCE-project.

The Accelerated Development of VAccine beNefit-risk Collaboration in Europe (ADVANCE) is a public private collaboration aiming to develop and test a system for rapid benefit-risk (B/R) monitoring of vaccines, using existing electronic healthcare record (eHR) databases in Europe. Part of the data in such sources is missing due to incomplete follow-up hampering the accurate estimation of vaccination coverage. We compared different methods for coverage estimation from eHR databases; naïve period prevalence, c...

Connecting experts in the agricultural and meteorological sciences to advance knowledge of pest management in a changing climate.

There has been considerable progress in elucidating the physical aspects of climate change that directly impact food, feed, and fiber production. However, these impact assessments rarely account for climate induced changes associated with biological pests. The lack of collaboration between the pest management and climate science disciplines could be contributing to the problem. Therefore, we assessed research-based relationships, identifying possible barriers to and gaps in successful collaboration. We deve...

"Two heads are better than one"- pharmacy and nursing students' perspectives on interprofessional collaboration utilizing the RIPE model of learning.

Simulation is an effective strategy for enhancing interprofessional education (IPE) and collaboration (IPC).

Community Levels of PrEP Use Among Men Who Have Sex with Men by Race/Ethnicity, San Francisco, 2017.

Efforts in San Francisco are maximizing the use of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among men who have sex with men (MSM) where high levels of use are needed to maximize reducing new HIV infections. National HIV Behavioral Surveillance surveys MSM in San Francisco. Demographics, health care and risk behaviors are assessed. PrEP use is measured for 12 month, 6 month and 30 day periods. Of 399 HIV uninfected men sampled in 2017, 43.4% used PrEP in the past 12 months. Proportions of men using PrEP by race/e...

Building the Next Generation of Implementation Science Careers to Advance Health Equity.

Rapid advancements in translational research have produced innovative clinical discoveries and evidence-based interventions that are ready for uptake in real-world settings, creating vast opportunities and challenges for implementation science. However, there is an inadequate research workforce to study effective strategies and delivery of implementation to advance the field. Novel career development initiatives will build scholars for the next generation of implementation science to bridge research to prac...

Utilizing Shared Expertise Across Contexts to Engage in Multi-institutional Interprofessional Scholarship.

Interprofessional education (IPE) research has grown dramatically, but it has primarily occurred at single institutions/contexts with unique assessment tools. Comparing pedagogical approaches and assessment tools across contexts and learner levels is necessary to advance the educational preparation of "collaborative-ready" health professionals. One common thread through IPE initiatives is a learning experience that introduces students to the basic tenets of professional roles, communication and collaboratio...

Scientific collaboration in Zika: identification of the leading research groups and researchers via social network analysis.

The association between Zika and microcephaly drew international attention to Brazil. The emergency situation demanded speed and collective effort by researchers worldwide, and Science was quick to investigate the disease and publish the results. Scientific knowledge was created and disseminated through collaboration in this process. Publications are still the best way of disseminating scientific knowledge. They allow to record progress in a field of studies and observe how scientists collaborate to produce...

Perspective: Should Exclusive Breastfeeding Still Be Recommended for 6 Months?

The WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding of infants for the first 6 mo of life (EBF-6). We reviewed the evidence behind concerns related to this recommendation. The risk of iron deficiency among EBF-6 infants can be significantly reduced if delayed cord clamping is performed in all newborns. At the moment there is no population-level evidence indicating that exclusive breastfeeding for 6 mo compared with

Civilian-military collaboration: From expectations to the reality.

The current global security threats indicate a need for a change in the Swedish defense policies including the role of civilian and military healthcare in an armed conflict. The magnitude, outcome and management of the recent terror and mass casualty incidents in Europe necessitate a closer Swedish civilian-military collaboration. However, in reality, such a collaboration might be more difficult than expected. The aim of this article is to comment on some of the critical points of such collaboration from a ...

Follow the leader: On the relationship between leadership and scholarly impact in international collaborations.

National contributions to science are influenced by a number of factors, including economic capacity, national scientific priorities, science policy, and institutional settings and cultures. Nations do not have equal opportunities to access the global scientific market, and therefore, often seek out international partners with complementary resources and expertise. This study aims at investigating national collaboration strategies, with a focus on research leadership-measured through corresponding authorshi...

Challenges and Opportunities for Using Big Health Care Data to Advance Medical Science and Public Health.

Methodological advancements in epidemiology, biostatistics, and data science have strengthened the research world's ability to use data captured from electronic health records (EHRs) to address pressing medical questions, but gaps remain. We describe methods investments that are needed to curate EHR data toward research quality and to integrate complementary data sources when EHR data alone are insufficient for research goals. We highlight new methods and future directions for improving the integrity of med...

Effects of seniority, gender and geography on the bibliometric output and collaboration networks of European Research Council (ERC) grant recipients.

Assessing the success and performance of researchers is a difficult task, as their grant output is influenced by a series of factors, including seniority, gender and geographical location of their host institution. In order to assess the effects of these factors, we analysed the publication and citation outputs, using Scopus and Web of Science, and the collaboration networks of European Research Council (ERC) starting (junior) and advanced (senior) grantees. For this study, we used a cohort of 355 grantees ...

E-cigarette use and sleep-related complaints among youth.

E-cigarette use is highly prevalent among adolescents. However, little research has examined the relationship between e-cigarette use and sleep-related complaints in this population. The objective of this study was to assess whether exclusive e-cigarette, exclusive combusted cigarette, and dual-product use are associated with sleep-related complaints among adolescents.

Will We Get to Zero HIV Stigma in San Francisco?

Cities worldwide are striving to get to zero HIV stigma as a condition to get to zero new infections. We tracked an indicator of perceived HIV stigma across surveys of men who have sex with men (MSM) in San Francisco from 2011 to 2017. Little improvement in perceived HIV stigma was observed, from 22.3% (95% CI 18.7-26.3) of MSM agreeing with the statement "Most people would discriminate against someone with HIV" in 2011 to 21.0% (95% CI 17.5-24.9) in 2017 (χ test for trend 0.252, p = 0.616). Success in...

Low-dose radiation: interagency collaboration on planning research could improve information on health effects.

In September 2017, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued a report on the scientific basis for federal protections against the harmful effects of ionizing radiation-particularly low-dose radiation, or below about 100 millisieverts (10 rem). The report provided examples of how federal agencies developed and applied radiation protection requirements and guidance for workers and the public and examined the extent to which federal agencies funded epidemiological and radiobiological research on t...

Guillain-Barre Syndrome and Zika infection: Identifying leading producers, countries relative specialization, and collaboration.

Zika virus (Zikv) infection implies a significant public health issue due to the different syndromes associated. It is related to several central nervous system problems, such as microcephaly and Guillain-Barre Syndrome. In this way, the first document about the relation of Guillain-Barre Syndrome and Zika indexed in Web of Science was published in 2014. Therefore, the primary goal of the present study is to analyze the leading scientific producers, the relative specialization of the countries, and the coll...

A Dedicated Quarterly Research Meeting Increases Resident Research Productivity.

Research is a vital component of a plastic surgery residency. Residents participating in research are better able to critically evaluate literature, allowing them to stay current throughout their careers. Programs benefit from increased research by increasing their academic reputation and attracting stronger applicants. To discuss ongoing research projects, foster collaboration, and encourage resident involvement, a quarterly research meeting was implemented within our division. We report the effectiveness ...

Thymic malignancies: emerging systemic therapies.

The management of thymic malignancies is based on multidisciplinary collaboration. Systemic agents may be administered as an exclusive treatment if local treatment is not achievable. Novel and innovative agents are needed. Integrated genomic analyses reported the activation of targetable signaling pathways in thymomas and thymic carcinomas.

Protecting the rights of patients, nurses, and others participating in research.

Clinical nurses are in a unique position to support research that studies the effects of interventions, symptom management, education, and treatment plan adherence in their patients. Nurses may also participate in research studies that aim to advance professional nursing practice. Using a quiz format, this article addresses clinical nurses' role in research, the history of federal regulation of research, basic human rights and potential violations during the conduct of research, and specific nursing actions...


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