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Challenges of Medical Care Delivery in Professional Sports: Lessons From Professional Baseball.

Team medical management for professional sports teams is a demanding and high-risk activity. Every different sport has unique features and the stresses athletes place on themselves, be it from collisions or repetitive stress, result in specific challenges for the medical team and team organization in general. Injuries in professional sports are costly both to the player and organization. The challenges of managing a professional baseball team exemplify these concerns and correlate well with other profession...


Do Long-time Team-mates Lead to Better Team Performance? A Social Network Analysis of Data from Major League Baseball.

To estimate the effects of team-mate shared experience on overall team performance as well as to determine whether concentration of time together among subgroups of players and/or focal players enhances team performance.

Variables associated with interprofessional collaboration: The case of professionals working in Quebec local mental health service networks.

This study identified variables associated with interprofessional collaboration (IPC) among 315 mental health (MH) professionals working in primary health care (PHC) and specialized teams, within four Quebec (Canada) local service networks (LSNs). IPC was measured with a validated scale, and independent variables were organized according to a four-block conceptual framework that included Individual, Interactional, Organizational and Professional Role Characteristics. Bivariate and multiple linear regression...


Management succession and success in a professional soccer team.

Research into sports team performance has shown that across many sports and league competitions, teams that change their coaches after a decline in performance do rebound, but fare no better on average than teams that have not changed their coach in a similar situation. A similar lack of succession benefits has been reported in studies of manager and CEO succession: it has not been established that changing a team's leader improves a declining team's performance. We study the effect of a change of coach on ...

Multi-professional epilepsy teams including psychiatric expertise.

Epilepsy has a diverse spectrum of consequences that can necessitate multi-professional cooperation in order to guarantee a high level of care. Psychiatric comorbidity is common, which influences quality of life, seizure control and mortality. Multi-professional teams, with participation from neurology, psychiatry, psychology, occupational therapy and social work, can together tailor the individual care for patients with complex needs. Close cooperation among team members increases quality and efficiency of...

Examining interprofessional learning perceptions among students in a simulation-based operating room team training experience.

High-fidelity simulation (HFS) operating room (OR) inter-professional team training improves healthcare students' team-based attitudes and behaviours. Such improvements can diminish tribalism among the professions in the OR by overcoming entrenched perceptions of team members. We investigated whether simulation-based interprofessional student OR team training impacts students differently based on their professional background. From 2010 to 2013, HFS OR interprofessional student team training sessions were c...

The dilemma of professional and industry relations for medical education.

The team effect on doping in professional male road cycling (2005-2016).

This article questions organizations' (clubs, teams, etc.) responsibility in doping use from the case of anti-doping rules violations (ADRVs) sanctioned by the Union Cycliste Internationale in professional cycling. We built a database with 271 caught riders among 10551 professional riders employed from 2005 to 2016 in the three first world divisions. We developed a time-discrete event history model with a multilevel perspective to consider if the ADRV is related to the characteristic of a rider's career pat...

Fat Oxidation Rates in Professional Soccer Players.

Large inter-individual variation exists in maximal fat oxidation rates (MFO) and the exercise intensity at which it occurs (FATMAX). However, there is no data describing the shape of the fat oxidation curve or, if individual differences exist when tested on separate occasions. Furthermore, there is limited data on fat metabolism in professional team sport athletes. Therefore, the aim of this study was to test-retest the concavity (shape) and intercept (height) of fat oxidation curves within a group of profe...

Use of an Academic Professional Behavior Assessment and Intervention to Promote Professional Socialization.

Professional socialization is the period in which a professional acquires the specialized skills, knowledge, and attitude of the profession. Professional socialization of physical therapy students begins day one in the classroom and continues through the transition to the clinic. To promote professional socialization among Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students, an Academic Professional Behavior Assessment (APBA) and advising plan were developed to identify, quantify, and improve professional behaviors.

Digitized patient-provider interaction: How does it matter? A qualitative meta-synthesis.

Sociological interest in the digitization of health has predominantly been studied using qualitative approaches. Research in this field has grown steadily since the late 1990's but to date, no synthesis has been conducted to integrate this now rather comprehensive corpus of data. In this paper we present a meta-ethnography of 15 papers reporting qualitative studies of digitally mediated patient - professional interactions. By dissecting the detailed descriptions of digitized practices in this most basic rel...

Professional networks and support for nursing home directors of nursing.

In this study, we examined the influence of professional network characteristics, available professional support, and perceived support quality on intent to stay among for-profit nursing home (NH) directors of nursing (DON). We hypothesized that the receipt of high quality professional support would be associated with DON intent to stay. DONs have a critical mandate to provide leadership that influences their facilities' work climate and care quality. Yet, they often struggle to manage overwhelming responsi...

Network-based centrality measures and physical demands in football regarding player position: Is there a connection? A preliminary study.

This study's main objective is to analyse the relationship between network-based centrality measures and physical demands in elite football players. Thirty-six matches from La Liga, the Spanish league, were analysed in the 2017/18 season. The analysis of networks formed by team players passing the ball included: degree-prestige (DP), degree-centrality (DC), betweenness-centrality (BC), page-rank (PRP) and closeness-centrality (IRCC). A video-based system was used for analysing total distance (TDpos) and d...

'Best fit' caring skills of an interprofessional team in short-term goal-directed reablement: older adults' perceptions.

This paper reports a study conducted to illuminate older adults' perceptions of multiproffesional team's caring skills as success factors for health support in short-term goal-directed reablement. The fact that older adults are given perquisites to live in their own homes puts great demands on the professional care given them at home. An option offered could be short-term goal-directed reablement delivered by an interprofessional team. This means after periods in hospitals to strengthen their multidimension...

Effects of designated leadership and team-size on cardiopulmonary resuscitation: The Basel-Washington SIMulation (BaWaSim) trial.

During cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), it remains unclear whether designating an individual person as team leader compared with emergent leadership results in better team performance. Also, the effect of CPR team size on team performance remains understudied.

Knowing Oneself: The First Step to Be an Effective Member of an Interprofessional Team.

Interprofessional health care teams begin with team members who know themselves and are flexible, trusting, and competent to speak up to prevent harm and take action to ensure quality and safety. Often, the soft skills necessary for team members to be effective are underrated and missing in team trainings. By clarifying the expectations of team members and using tools to assess individual ability, educators can enhance awareness and improve both individual and team civility and performance. This article is ...

Divisions, Departments, and the 2018 Red Sox Baseball Team: Qualities of Leadership that Lead to Success.

Qualitative Description of New Graduate Nurses' Experiences in a Nurse Residency Program.

Nurse residents were asked to write a targeted story at the end of the 12-month program. Qualitative content analysis by two reviewers yielded five themes: team and teamwork, gratitude, asking questions, the art of nursing, and change. Findings are supported from previous research and add new information to the body of knowledge about the experience of nurse residents. The nursing professional development practitioner can apply this knowledge in supporting and strengthening residency programs.

Professional ethics: the case of neonatology.

Neonatal professionals encounter many ethical challenges especially when it comes to interventions at the limit of viability (weeks 22-25 of gestation). At times, these challenges make the moral dilemmas in neonatology tragic and they require a particular set of intellectual and moral virtues. Intellectual virtues of episteme and phronesis, together with moral virtues of courage, compassion, keeping fidelity to trust, and integrity were highlighted as key virtues of the neonatal professional. Recognition of...

Benefactor or burden: Exploring the professional identity of safety professionals.

The professional identity of safety professionals is rife with unresolved contradictions and tensions. Are they advisor or instructor, native or independent, enforcer of rules or facilitator of front-line agency, and ultimately, a benefactor for safety or an organizational burden? Perhaps they believe that they are all of these. This study investigated professional identity through understanding what safety professionals believe about safety, their role within organizations, and their professional selves. U...

Impact of Team Communication Training on Performance and Self-Assessment of Team Functioning during Sophomore Surgery.

Collaboration and teamwork are important skills for veterinary professionals that affect relationship development, health and well-being, financial success, and clinical outcomes. This study explores the impact of team communication training on performance and assessment of team functioning during second-year surgery by comparing two different classes. The class of 2017 (control group) received no formal training in team communication before their participation in surgery, and the class of 2018 (treatment g...

Embarking on a Journey of Discovery: Developing Transitional Skill Sets through a Scholarly Concentration Program.

Medical student participation in research enhances appreciation of the scientific literature and the conduct of investigation, and may lead to an interest in academic medicine. Independent medical student research offers frequently overlooked opportunities to develop and assess professional practice abilities, including project design and implementation, interprofessional team communication, and time management. These skills, useful to physicians, are often challenging for medical students to master as they...

The nature and benefits of team-based reflection on a patient death by healthcare professionals: a scoping review.

This scoping literature review was completed to understand the nature and benefits of team-based reflection on a patient death by healthcare professionals. The review was limited to publications in English between 2006 and 2016 that were identified in the Medline, CINAHL, PsycINFO, EMBASE and Web of Science databases. We identified 1450 articles and 19 studies were relevant for inclusion in this review. The published literature is mainly descriptive with no comparative studies. The process of team-based ref...

Interprofessional education in medical schools in Japan.

Interprofessional education (IPE) for medical students is becoming increasingly important, as reflected in the increasing number of medical schools adopting IPE. However, the current status of and barriers to pre-registration IPE implementation in Japanese medical schools remain unknown. The purpose of this study was to clarify the status and barriers of IPE implementation in medical schools in Japan. We conducted a curriculum survey from September to December 2016 of all 81 medical schools in Japan. We mai...

Professional male caregiving: A concept analysis.

The number of men in professional caregiving roles has increased. While still a small percentage, the numbers of men in these roles continues to expand. Too often, the methods that professional male caregivers use to provide care differ from their female counterparts. There has not been much research conducted to understand how males in the professional role differ from their female counterparts in terms of caregiving characteristics.


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