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Cooking Up Health: A Novel Culinary Medicine and Service Learning Elective for Health Professional Students.

The current investigation assessed the feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of the Cooking Up Health (CUH) culinary medicine elective that was offered to medical students at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. The elective included a combination of didactics, plant-based culinary sessions, and service learning, in which students translated nutrition and health connections to elementary school children in at-risk communities.

Positive impact of a cooking skills intervention among Brazilian university students: Six months follow-up of a randomized controlled trial.

The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of the Nutrition and Culinary in the Kitchen (NCK) Program to evaluate the improvement of cooking skills and healthy eating of university students.

Using photovoice methods as a community-based participatory research tool to advance uptake of clean cooking and improve health: The LPG adoption in Cameroon evaluation studies.

Each year up to 2.6 million people die prematurely from household air pollution (HAP) due to cooking with polluting fuels such as wood and charcoal, particularly in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). The World Health Organisation recommends scaling the adoption of clean fuels to improve maternal and child health. Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) represents a scalable clean fuel that provides health and environmental benefits when used for household energy in LMICs. In Cameroon, over 70% of people rely on...

Does an elective induction policy negatively impact on vaginal delivery rates? A 30-month review of an elective induction policy.

The rate of induction of labour varies across Health Service Executive hospital regions in Ireland averaging at 23.3 per 100 deliveries in 2005-2009. The increasing rate of elective induction of labour in Ireland calls for more studies looking into associated maternal and/or neonatal outcomes.

Nursing Faculty Perceptions of Service-Learning: An Integrative Review.

Nursing faculty plays a central role in facilitating service learning experiences, yet little is known about their perceptions of service-learning.

The Heimdall Framework for Supporting Characterisation of Learning Health Systems.

Learning Health Systems (LHS) can focus population medicine and Evidence Based Practice; smart technology delivering the next generation of improved healthcare described as Precision Medicine, and yet researchers in the LHS domain presently lack the ability to recognise their relevant works as falling within this domain.

Benefits and challenges of a nursing service-learning partnership with a community of internally-displaced persons in Colombia.

Service-learning partnerships between nursing programs and health care settings in vulnerable communities may be challenging to initiate, but can offer multiple benefits for students, faculty, and the community served. The aim of this qualitative descriptive study was to explore the benefits and challenges of establishing a service-learning partnership between a university nursing program and an isolated community of internally-displaced persons in Medellin, Colombia. Semi-structured, in-depth interviews we...

Impact of an International Service Learning Experience in India for DPT Students: Short- and Long-Term Benefits.

Awareness of global issues and cultural competence are essential for health professions students. Educational programs utilize International Service Learning (ISL) to address global issues and diverse cultures. This study describes short- and long-term benefits of ISL on Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students.

Professional Values Are Implicit in Written Reflections by DPT Students in a Short-Term International Service Learning Course.

International service learning (ISL) courses within physical therapy (PT) education programs are designed, in part, to promote the development of professional values. Assessment of students' professional values, however, is a challenge for educators.

Service-Learning and Students With Severe Disabilities: Examining Participation and Curricular Goals.

The purpose of this case study was to examine how students with severe disabilities participated in service-learning at a food pantry and the curricular goals they addressed. Service-learning is a form of experiential learning that blends classroom instruction with community service. Participants included 3 high school students with severe disabilities enrolled in a private faith-based school, 5 school staff, and the food pantry coordinator. Data were collected over a 6-month period from observations, inter...

Health system measurement: Harnessing machine learning to advance global health.

Further improvements in population health in low- and middle-income countries demand high-quality care to address an increasingly complex burden of disease. Health facility surveys provide an important but costly source of information on readiness to provide care. To improve the efficiency of health system measurement, we applied unsupervised machine learning methods to assess the performance of the service readiness index (SRI) defined by the World Health Organization and compared it to empirically derived...

Effects of cooking fuel sources on the respiratory health of children: evidence from the Annual Health Survey, Uttar Pradesh, India.

India is predominantly a rural country, where more than two-thirds of the population live in rural areas. The majority of the rural population use crop residue, firewood, and dung cake as cooking fuel sources. Combustion of these fuels emits life-threatening pollutants that contaminate the household environment, which can have serious health consequences, especially for young children. This study examines the use of cooking fuel sources and their association with acute respiratory infections (ARIs) in child...

Perceptions of Service Use Among Currently and Formerly Homeless Adults with Mental Health Problems.

This qualitative study used in-depth interviews to examine the service experiences of 52 currently and formerly homeless people with mental health problems. Thematic analysis identified five themes associated with positive and negative service experiences: (1) accessibility of services, (2) humanity in approach to care, (3) perceptions and relationships with other service users, (4) physical space and environment, and (5) outcomes of service use. Overall, minimal differences were found between currently and...

Do psychosocial job stressors influence mental health service use? Evidence from an Australian cohort.

There is strong evidence of a relationship between psychosocial job stressors and mental health at the population level. There has been no longitudinal research on whether the experience of job stressors is also associated with greater mental health service use. We seek to fill this gap.

Health service utilization and related costs attributable to diabetes.

To estimate the health service use and direct healthcare costs attributable to diabetes using best available data and methods.

Health literacy and associated factors in patients attending the Outpatient Internal Medicine Service of a national hospital of Lima, Peru.

To determine health literacy in patients attending the Outpatient Internal Medicine Service of a national hospital of Lima, Peru, in March 2014 in order to establish factors associated with inadequate health literacy.

Informal learning and food sense in home cooking.

This exploratory article examines the novel term food sense and informal learning in the context of home cooking. Its theory draws from Dewey's work and from his notions of reflexive thought and action. The data consist of a transcribed audio recording of an in-depth, video-based, stimulated-recall (SR) interview. The auto-ethnographic videos were used to stimulate conversation during the interview and were previously collected as part of a broader research project on home cooking in a Finnish family contex...

Effects of a Lifestyle Medicine Elective on Self-Care Behaviors in Preclinical Medical Students.

The purpose of this study was to explore the impact of a lifestyle medicine elective on medical students' self-care behaviors. From fall, 2015, through spring, 2017, a lifestyle medicine elective was offered to first and second year medical students. Acquisition of data was approved by the IRB. Students attended four group sessions, two at the beginning and two at the end of the elective. At the first session, information about the effects of lifestyle on mental and physical health was presented. Students c...

Service-Learning and Professional Values Development of Baccalaureate Nursing Students.

Service-learning has been linked to attributes of professionalism such as integrity, altruism, and social justice in nursing literature. The purpose of this literature review was to determine how local service-learning experiences with vulnerable populations affect the development of professionalism and professional values in baccalaureate nursing students. A summary of the themes, Professionalism and Leadership and Critical Stance on Social Justice, is presented.

Specialist mental health care for older adults in New Zealand-an exploration of service models and routine data.

Older people experiencing mental distress are commonly overlooked in research and policy in New Zealand, partly due to lack of consistent national service provision and collation of information. This study aimed to: 1. Describe service arrangements for older people's mental health; 2. Describe mental health service use from age 65, where data is available.

Population Health Service Organizations: Managed Care Gets a New 4-Wheel Drive Vehicle To Navigate the Value-based Terrain.

Population health service organizations (PHSOs) are supplanting management service organizations that gained popularity in the '90s. PHSOs are emerging as the organizations within health systems that can improve the clinical and financial outcomes of the populations the health systems serve.

Status and strategies of oral health service demand and medical treatment utilization among 3- to 5-year-old preschool children in Jiangxi province.

This study aimed to investigate the oral health service needs and dental treatment among 3-year-old to 5-year-old preschool children in Jiangxi province and provide data to support the development of relevant oral health policies, enhance the oral health service utilization and visit rate, and optimize oral manpower and service resources.

Toward interprofessional service-learning and social accountability in health: One South African University's process-oriented-participatory journey.

The Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, seeks to transform its health professions curricula in order to achieve equity in health outcomes. Integral to this are interprofessional education service-learning initiatives attendant to socially accountable objectives. We describe one such initiative, the Zanempilo Mobile Health Education Platform (MHEP), which engages interprofessional healthcare students and faculty members in delivering health services to underserved communities. The Zane...

Transforming health policy through machine learning.

In their Perspective, Ara Darzi and Hutan Ashrafian give us a tour of the future policymaker's machine learning toolkit.

Deep Learning versus Conventional Machine Learning for Detection of Healthcare-Associated Infections in French Clinical Narratives.

 The objective of this article was to compare the performances of health care-associated infection (HAI) detection between deep learning and conventional machine learning (ML) methods in French medical reports.

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