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Nurse-pharmacist collaboration for the prevention of medication errors.

As part of a process to improve the safety of medication management on the wards, designated nurses in each department work in close collaboration with the pharmacist to prevent medication errors on a daily basis. In an isolated facility situated in a remote environment where the rate of replacement of team members is high, their role is essential and helps to reduce the risk of errors favoured by the high turnover of medical and paramedical staff.

Real-time machine learning classification of pallidal borders during deep brain stimulation surgery.

Deep brain stimulation (DBS) of the internal segment of the globus pallidus (GPi) in patients with Parkinson's disease and dystonia improves motor symptoms and quality of life. Traditionally, pallidal borders have been demarcated by electrophysiological microelectrode recordings (MERs) during DBS surgery. However, detection of pallidal borders can be challenging due to the variability of the firing characteristics of neurons encountered along the trajectory. MER can also be time-consuming and therefore cost...

Predictors of return to work after stroke: a prospective, observational cohort study with 6 months follow-up.

To determine, in Brazil, the proportion of individuals who return to a paid work after stroke, and the factors which predict this. A prospective observational cohort study was carried out for six months. Participants were recruited early after stroke from four public hospitals. The outcome of interest was return to work, and the following predictors were investigated: age, sex, education, marital status, contribution to household income, type of work, independence, and depression. Logistic regression was u...

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 ...

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).

Usefulness of the Daily Life Performance Transfer Sheet in Care Management of People With Stroke.

We examined the usefulness of collaboration between occupational therapists and care managers using the Daily Life Performance Transfer Sheet.

Are EMA, FDA and other international regulators talking to each other?

There is talk of regulatory collaboration worldwide to protect public health and allow patients timely access to medicines. Here we present the reality of the collaboration between EMA and FDA. This takes the form of near daily interactions, which may be less known outside of regulatory agencies. We present a review of what we call clusters, which involve EMA, FDA and many other agencies under the umbrella of confidentiality arrangements. Through a survey of participants, we identified about 30 clusters of ...

Diabetes mellitus and work.

Diabetes mellitus (DM) affects an increasing proportion of workers, a trend that will compound with the ageing of the workforce. It is therefore important to consider DM in the workplace context. There is an interrelationship between DM and work. Indeed dysglycemia is associated with a greater risk of work accidents and long-term DM complications. On the other side work conditions can affect DM's stability. The consequences are absenteeism, presenteeism, early retirement or even disability with significant ...

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Interprofessional collaboration within fluid teams: community nurses' experiences with palliative home care.

To explore how community nurses (CNs) experience the collaboration with general practitioners (GPs) and specialist palliative home care team (PHCT) nurses in palliative home care and the perceived factors influencing this collaboration.

Investigating Wilms' Tumours Worldwide: A Report of the OxPLORE Collaboration-A Cross-Sectional Observational Study.

Childhood cancer is neglected within global health. Oxford Pediatrics Linking Oncology Research with Electives describes early outcomes following collaboration between low- and high-income paediatric surgery and oncology centres. The aim of this paper is twofold: to describe the development of a medical student-led research collaboration; and to report on the experience of Wilms' tumour (WT).

Once-daily prolonged-release tacrolimus versus twice-daily tacrolimus in liver transplantation.

For patients who have received a kidney transplant, studies have shown that once-daily prolonged-release tacrolimus (TAC) has similar efficacy and safety to standard twice-daily dosing. The purpose of this study was to perform a meta-analysis to compare the effectiveness and safety of daily TAC (TAC qd) versus standard twice-daily TAC (TAC bid) administration in liver transplantation (LT).

Cannabis use disorder among people using cannabis daily/almost daily in the United States, 2002-2016.

Cannabis use disorder (CUD) prevalence among people reporting past-year cannabis use declined from 2002-2016. We examined whether similar reductions in CUD were observed among people reporting daily/almost daily cannabis use. We expected that CUD prevalence among people reporting daily/almost daily use would not decrease.

Pharmacokinetics of dolutegravir 100 mg once-daily with rifampicin.

Tuberculosis (TB) causes 25% of all deaths among HIV-infected individuals. Rifampicin (RIF) is a potent inducer of drug metabolising enzymes and drug transporters and co-administration with dolutegravir (DTG) reduces DTG exposure, which can be overcome by doubling the DTG dose to 50 mg twice-daily. We investigated the effect of RIF on the DTG exposure when dosed at 100 mg once-daily, which could provide an easier option than 50 mg twice-daily.

Increased sharing between collaborators extends beyond the spoils of collaboration.

Research has shown that preschoolers increase equal sharing after collaborating to earn resources, suggesting that collaboration may be an important context for the development of fairness. The current study explored the influence of specific components of collaborative interactions to better understand the social cognitive foundations of this precocious increase in equal sharing. The effects of three forms of collaborative interaction on children's sharing were compared: collaborating toward a joint concre...

Promoting Collaboration in Undergraduate Nursing Students.

The role of the nurse educator is to prepare students to collaborate and practice competently and safely. One way of promoting collaboration is with the use of students as standardized patients (SPs).

Community-based program promotes interprofessional collaboration among home healthcare professionals: A non-randomized controlled study.

To evaluate the effect of an interprofessional collaboration (IPC) promotion program among community healthcare professionals.

Border: problem or ressource in health for immigrants ? The exemple of French Guiana.

The health of migrants is a complex issue in public health. In French Guyana, as elsewhere, globalization, through migrants in particular, has transformed the care of diseases previously geographically distant. In this context, the borders now concern the entire territory and not just the peripheries. These borders contribute to the aggravation of the migrants health determinants through the complex and sometimes risky paths that they generate. Transboundary areas are also areas of high vulnerability. Howev...

Daily Walking among Commuters: A Cross-Sectional Study of Associations with Residential, Work, and Regional Accessibility in Melbourne, Australia (2012-2014).

Most research on walking for transport has focused on the walkability of residential neighborhoods, overlooking the contribution of places of work/study and the ease with which destinations outside the immediate neighborhood can be accessed, referred to as regional accessibility.

Too Busy to Talk: Examining Service User Involvement in Nursing Work.

Traditional ideas of mental health nursing are challenged in contemporary healthcare settings by developments focussed on more partnership and collaboration with people using mental health services. Yet service users have reported limited involvement in planning their own care. The purpose of this research was to explore accounts from multiple perspectives about service user involvement in mental health nursing processes. Qualitative research interviews and focus groups with mental health nursing students (...

Pragmatic women: negotiating sex work, pregnancy, and parenting in Mysore, South India.

Persisting inequities in maternal health pose a particular burden for marginalised populations such as sex workers. However, current literature on pregnancy and sex work is limited to mostly quantitative studies focusing on contraception use, unplanned and/or undesired pregnancies and unsafe abortions. Additionally, emphasis has been placed on the prevention, treatment and care of STIs and HIV with less attention accorded to women's pregnancy desires and implications to work. In this paper, we explore sex w...

A National Survey of Speech-Language Pathologists' Engagement in Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in Schools: Identifying Predictive Factors and Barriers to Implementation.

Purpose This study examined the models of collaboration used by school-based speech-language pathologists (SLPs) during the provision of special education services including factors predicting use of the interprofessional collaborative practice (IPP) model and barriers to collaboration. Method School-based SLPs responded to a survey on models of collaboration within their work setting. Anchored vignettes were created to determine their engagement in 3 different models (i.e., multidisciplinary, interdiscipli...

At the Line in the Sand, On the Bridge in the Rain, On the Borders That Do Not Exist.

Daily Sampling Reveals Personalized Diet-Microbiome Associations in Humans.

Diet is a key determinant of human gut microbiome variation. However, the fine-scale relationships between daily food choices and human gut microbiome composition remain unexplored. Here, we used multivariate methods to integrate 24-h food records and fecal shotgun metagenomes from 34 healthy human subjects collected daily over 17 days. Microbiome composition depended on multiple days of dietary history and was more strongly associated with food choices than with conventional nutrient profiles, and daily m...

Faster recovery of work participation through collaboration between specialist mental health care and Employee Insurance Agency (UWV): a pilot study.

Mental health complaints are among the most important causes for drop-out in the of labour market. At the same time, work has a positive influence on people's psychological health. AIM: To describe and evaluate the integrated approach of specialist mental health care and Employee Insurance Agency (UWV). METHOD: The integrated approach was evaluated for a group of 15 clients with anxiety and depressive disorders. Experiences with the approach were explored by treatment evaluation reports and semi-structured ...

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