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Development of a Theory of Wisdom-in-Action for Clinical Nursing.

Nurses published dialogues on wisdom; yet, a conceptual model is unavailable. We present the development process for a theory of wisdom-in-action for clinical nursing developed in 3 phases: (1) a deductively derived model using derivation and synthesis; (2) inductively, a constructivist grounded theory captured the experience of wisdom in nursing practice; and (3) the 2 theories were synthesized into a nascent theory. The theory describes 2 antecedent dimensions, person-related and setting-related factors, ...

Premedical Student Exposure to Pharmaceutical Marketing: Too Much, Too Soon?

Direct pharmaceutical marketing to physicians by pharmaceutical representatives is effective in changing behavior of health care providers, resulting in less evidence-based prescribing. Although much has been written about pharmaceutical marketing exposures among medical students, less is known about direct marketing exposures before students matriculate. This study examined the types of pharmaceutical representative direct marketing exposures for premedical students and where they occurred.

Wisdom is a social-ecological rather than person-centric phenomenon.

Typical approaches to study practical wisdom are person-centric, use flawed methods, and produce insights of little relevance to the construct's definition. We propose that understanding the processes underlying practical wisdom requires a social-ecological framework, supported by emerging empirical insights. Wise reasoning (i.e., intellectual humility, open-mindedness, recognition of broader perspectives and possible changes, integration of diverse viewpoints) varies dramatically across cultures, regions, ...

A Preemie Outcome That Is Truly Inspiring.

An expected complex outcome of a premature infant need not be assumed completely life limiting. Take Erik Zimmerman, an adult born early 40+ years ago that did end up with cerebral palsy. Yet he chose the gifts that the diagnosis provides and proves many people wrong in terms of what he can and cannot do. The result is a wonderful interview with an inspiring individual and tips for neonatal nurses that will inform them in the NICU as they carry forward wisdom to new families facing the same challenges.

Electronic identification systems reduce the number of wrong components transfused.

Errors in hospital transfusion may cause wrong (blood) components to be transfused. This study assessed the value of electronic identification systems (EISs) in reducing wrong component transfusions (WCTs).

A New Recall of Alcohol Marketing Scale for Youth: Measurement Properties and Associations With Youth Drinking Status.

Adolescents are exposed to alcohol marketing through traditional advertising and through newer digital media channels. Cumulative marketing exposure across channels is of concern but has been insufficiently studied. This study explores the measurement of alcohol marketing exposure across channels and whether cumulative recalled exposure is independently associated with underage drinking.

Exposure to Gambling and Alcohol Marketing in Soccer Matchday Programmes.

The UK's Premier League and Championship are two of the most well attended soccer leagues worldwide; however, little is known regarding exposure to gambling marketing through the matchday experience. The current study sought to quantify exposure to gambling and alcohol marketing, and responsible gambling messages within matchday programmes. Programmes for each team in the English Premier League and Championship were analysed across consecutive matchday weekends, made available to 1,269,404 match-going fans....

Post-marketing safety-related regulatory actions on first-in-class drugs: A double-cohort study.

New first-in-class (FIC) drugs with novel mechanisms of action may be highly effective, but lack adequate safety information, and therefore may be associated with crucial post-marketing safety issues. The objective of this study was to evaluate the post-marketing risk of FIC drug with comparison occurrence of Post-marketing safety-related regulatory actions (PSRAs) due to FIC drugs to that due to other new drugs.

Internet Alcohol Marketing Recall and Drinking in Underage Adolescents.

Evidence suggests that adolescents are exposed to alcohol marketing in digital media. We aimed to assess recall of Internet alcohol marketing and its association with underage drinking.

The "fighting wisdom and bravery" of tailed phage and host in the process of adsorption.

In the process of bacteriophage and bacteria struggle, adsorption is the key factor to determine who is the winner. In this paper, the molecular mechanism of tailed bacteriophage recognition and adsorption to host and the strategy of "fighting wisdom and courage" between them are reviewed.

Infant formula and toddler milk marketing: opportunities to address harmful practices and improve young children's diets.

Children's diets in their first 1000 days influence dietary preferences, eating habits, and long-term health. Yet the diets of most infants and toddlers in the United States do not conform to recommendations for optimal child nutrition. This narrative review examines whether marketing for infant formula and other commercial baby/toddler foods plays a role. The World Health Organization's International Code of Marketing Breast-milk Substitutes strongly encourages countries and manufacturers to prohibit mar...

Daring to be wise: We are black boxes, and artificial intelligence will be the solution.

Emergency physicians seek wisdom through personal resilience, deliberate reasoning, clinical consensus and reflective practice. However, there is a limit to how useful psychological training, clinical guidelines and audit initiatives can be in the face of inherent human fallibility, increasing system complexity and escalating demand. Wisdom may be more easily attained through the careful design of new technology and this should be a priority for the emergency medicine community.

Electronic cigarette online marketing by New Zealand vendors.

To examine the characteristics of the online marketing environment and the presence of safeguards to protect children from e-cigarette (ENDS) experimentation and uptake in New Zealand.

Finding Common Ground for the Common Good: Compromise in Health Care.

Right Common Iliac Artery Compression after Left Common Iliac Vein Stent Placement.

Modernizing our way out or digging ourselves in? Reconsidering the impacts of efficiency innovations and affluence on residential energy consumption, 2005-2015.

This study scrutinizes the impacts of efficiency innovations as well as affluence on residential energy consumption, which is a major driver of greenhouse gas emissions. The study draws on the ecological-modernization perspective, which is optimistic about how technological innovations and affluence can help societies overcome environmental challenges associated with production and consumption, and the political-economy perspective, which raises doubts about whether these factors are beneficial to the envir...

Redesigning Care for Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Constrained by a limited supply of specialized personnel, health systems face a challenge in caring for the large number of patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The complexity of this challenge is heightened by the varied clinical presentations of OSA and the diversity of treatment approaches. Innovations such as simplified home-based care models and the incorporation of non-specialist providers have shown promise in the management of uncomplicated patients, producing comparable outcomes to the reso...

Socio-economic characteristics and career intentions of the WiSDOM health professional cohort in South Africa.

The human resources for health (HRH) crisis and dearth of research on the health labour market in South Africa informed the WiSDOM (Wits longitudinal Study to Determine the Operation of the labour Market among its health professional graduates) cohort study. The study aims to generate new knowledge on the career choices and job location decisions of health professionals in South Africa.

"A Temple of God": A Qualitative Analysis of the connection Between Spiritual/Religious Beliefs and Health Among Mormons.

In the last decades, studies have increasingly shown an association between religious/spiritual beliefs (R/S) and several health outcomes. In this context, Mormons provide an intriguing case for such investigation because Mormonism stands out for its commitment to the "Word of Wisdom" with several restrictions and recommendations. Despite the consolidated wide array of evidence, showing that the relationship between "Word of Wisdom" and health may usually have a protective effect in North-American studies, ...

Countering commercial interests: building advocacy campaigns to protect children from food marketing.

To describe the strategies used by Cancer Council NSW (CCNSW) and Obesity Policy Coalition (OPC) to influence government policy on food marketing to children. Type of programs: Comprehensive advocacy campaigns.

Social Media Marketing: What Do Prospective Patients Want to See?

Presently, access to platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ is near ubiquitous, providing an audience of almost 3 billion people. Society is dramatically changing, which marks the evolution of marketing strategies by plastic surgeons and aesthetic doctors alike. This unknown territory provides excellent opportunities, but many pitfalls as well, still leading to uncertainty in the most effective manner to promote ones practice/services.

Self-serving incentives impair collective decisions by increasing conformity.

The average judgment of large numbers of people has been found to be consistently better than the best individual response. But what motivates individuals when they make collective decisions? While it is a popular belief that individual incentives promote out-of-the-box thinking and diverse solutions, the exact role of motivation and reward in collective intelligence remains unclear. Here we examined collective intelligence in an interactive group estimation task where participants were rewarded for their i...

Transferring Racial/Ethnic Marketing Strategies From Tobacco to Food Corporations: Philip Morris and Kraft General Foods.

To investigate the transfer of marketing knowledge and infrastructure for targeting racial/ethnic minorities from the tobacco to the food and beverage industry in the United States. We analyzed internal industry documents between April 2018 and April 2019 from the University of California San Francisco Truth Tobacco Industry Documents Library, triangulated with other sources. In the 1980s, Philip Morris Companies purchased General Foods and Kraft Foods and created Kraft General Foods. Through centralized ma...

Innovations in Skin Camouflaging Techniques. Where are we Scientifically?

Cutaneous disorders can impact on the psycho-social wellbeing of children and adults alike, which has been reviewed elsewhere . The present review sets out to evaluate progressions in skin masking and camouflaging techniques together with evaluating the efficacy of these. There does not appear to have been any recent reviews about innovations in skin camouflaging techniques.

An objective methodology capturing online commodity marketing and other harms.

Increasingly life is lived online, yet little is known about the actual nature and extent of online content that people view due to the difficulty of recording real time exposure. This includes people's exposure to harmful commodity marketing. This study aimed to develop a methodology to assess the nature and extent of exposure to, and engagement with, unhealthy commodity marketing and other public health harms online, particularly children's exposure. A convenience sample of 16 young adult participants (ag...

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