PubMed Journals Articles About "Reconciling Corruption With Conservation Triage Should Investments Shift" RSS

05:44 EDT 19th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

Reconciling Corruption With Conservation Triage Should Investments Shift PubMed articles on BioPortfolio. Our PubMed references draw on over 21 million records from the medical literature. Here you can see the latest Reconciling Corruption With Conservation Triage Should Investments Shift articles that have been published worldwide.

More Information about "Reconciling Corruption With Conservation Triage Should Investments Shift" on BioPortfolio

We have published hundreds of Reconciling Corruption With Conservation Triage Should Investments Shift news stories on BioPortfolio along with dozens of Reconciling Corruption With Conservation Triage Should Investments Shift Clinical Trials and PubMed Articles about Reconciling Corruption With Conservation Triage Should Investments Shift for you to read. In addition to the medical data, news and clinical trials, BioPortfolio also has a large collection of Reconciling Corruption With Conservation Triage Should Investments Shift Companies in our database. You can also find out about relevant Reconciling Corruption With Conservation Triage Should Investments Shift Drugs and Medications on this site too.

Showing "Reconciling corruption with conservation triage Should investments shift" PubMed Articles 1–25 of 2,800+

Reconciling corruption with conservation triage: Should investments shift from the last best places?

Considerable outside funding will be required to overcome the financial shortfalls faced by most of Africa's protected areas. Given limited levels of external support, it will be essential to allocate these funds wisely. While most recent studies on conservation triage have recommended prioritizing reserves with the highest remaining conservation value (the "last best places"), such investments are complicated by the fact that these same reserves often attract the greatest revenues from ecotourism and thus ...

Major incident triage and the evaluation of the Triage Sort as a secondary triage method.

A key principle in the effective management of major incidents is triage, the process of prioritising patients on the basis of their clinical acuity. In many countries including the UK, a two-stage approach to triage is practised, with primary triage at the scene followed by a more detailed assessment using a secondary triage process, the Triage Sort. To date, no studies have analysed the performance of the Triage Sort in the civilian setting. The primary aim of this study was to determine the performance o...

The Copenhagen Triage Algorithm is non-inferior to a traditional triage algorithm: A cluster-randomized study.

Triage systems with limited room for clinical judgment are used by emergency departments (EDs) worldwide. The Copenhagen Triage Algorithm (CTA) is a simplified triage system with a clinical assessment.

Intuitive versus Algorithmic Triage.

IntroductionThe most commonly used methods for triage in mass-casualty incidents (MCIs) rely upon providers to take exact counts of vital signs or other patient parameters. The acuity and volume of patients which can be present during an MCI makes this a time-consuming and potentially costly process.HypothesisThis study evaluates and compares the speed of the commonly used Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment (START) triage method with that of an "intuitive triage" method which relies instead upon the abilitie...

Effective triage in the Pacific region: The development and implementation of the Solomon Islands Triage Scale.

The ED at the National Referral Hospital in Honiara, Solomon Islands, receives approximately 50 000 patients per year. A 2014 review of ED functioning identified deficiencies in triage processes. Placement of Australian volunteer advisors provided an opportunity to develop and implement a purpose-designed triage system.

Determination of mis-triage in trauma patients: a systematic review.

Mis-triage including undertriage and overtriage is associated with morbidity and mortality. It is not clear what the extent of mis-triage rates among traumatic patients is. The aim of this study is to determine of mis-triage (undertriage and overtriage) in traumatic patients.

Assessing the flow to low-income urban areas of conservation and environmental funds approved by California's Proposition 84.

Government funding accounts for a large proportion of conservation and environmental improvements, and is often the result of citizen votes on state ballot measures. A key concern surrounding public investments in the environment is whether that funding serves lower-income communities, which are often the communities of greatest need. We applied three statistical methods to analyze the spatial distribution of conservation funding derived from California's Proposition 84, which distributed nearly $4 billion ...

Comparison of scenario based triage education by lecture and role playing on knowledge and practice of nursing students.

Quick and accurate triage of patients in the emergency department is a key factor for successful management of the emergency situations and ensuring the quality of care. Moreover, triage skills education is one of the important aspects of preparedness of nurses for different emergency situations. The objective of this study was to compare the effect of educating emergency severity index (ESI) triage using lecture and role-playing on the knowledge and practice of nursing students.

Validation of deep-learning-based triage and acuity score using a large national dataset.

Triage is important in identifying high-risk patients amongst many less urgent patients as emergency department (ED) overcrowding has become a national crisis recently. This study aims to validate that a Deep-learning-based Triage and Acuity Score (DTAS) identifies high-risk patients more accurately than existing triage and acuity scores using a large national dataset.

Defining the representativeness heuristic in trauma triage: A retrospective observational cohort study.

Under-triage of severely injured patients presenting to non-trauma centers (failure to transfer to a trauma center) remains problematic despite quality improvement efforts. Insights from the behavioral science literature suggest that physician heuristics (intuitive judgments), and in particular the representativeness heuristic (pattern recognition), may contribute to under-triage. However, little is known about how the representativeness heuristic is instantiated in practice.

Triage of children with mental health difficulties presenting in a&e in a general hospital.

In Wexford and Waterford, an "out of hours" child psychiatric service has been developed, in order to provide help when the regular Child Psychiatry services (CAMHS) are not accessible. Providing a service for under 18 years old patients with mental health issues presenting in the Emergency Department (ED) of a General hospital, it functions with extremely limited resources (a consultant psychiatrist and a doctor in psychiatric training), and therefore needs an efficient triage procedure. The purpose of thi...

Pitfalls in the triage and evaluation of patients with suspected acute ethanol intoxication in an emergency department.

Acute ethanol intoxication (AEI) is frequent in emergency departments (EDs). These patients are at risk of mistriage, and to leave the ED without being seen. This study's objective was to describe the process and performance of triage and trajectory for patients with suspected AEI. Retrospective, observational study on adults admitted with a suspected AEI within 1 year at the ED of an urban teaching hospital. Data on the triage process, patients' characteristics, and their ED stay were extracted from elect...

Science denialism and compassionate conservation: response to Wallach et al. 2018.

Nurses who work rotating shifts consume more energy, macronutrients and calcium when they work the night shift versus day shift.

Shift work has been associated with increased body mass index (BMI), metabolic disruption and increased chronic disease risk. Typically, these reports compare individuals who work the day shift to those who work the night shift. Because shift assignment is not random, differences may reflect other, unmeasured characteristics that account for outcome differences.

Identifying predictors of under-triage in injured older adults after implementation of statewide geriatric trauma triage criteria.

Identify factors associated with transport of injured older adults meeting statewide geriatric trauma triage criteria to a trauma center.

Correlation Between Paramedic Disaster Triage Accuracy in Screen-Based Simulations and Immersive Simulations.

Disaster triage is an infrequent, high-stakes skill set used by emergency medical services (EMS) personnel. Screen-based simulation (SBS) provides easy access to asynchronous disaster triage education. However, it is unclear if the performance during a SBS correlates with immersive simulation performance.

Standardizing the evaluation of community-based conservation success.

Community-based conservation, which strives to simultaneously improve nature conservation and alleviate poverty, must provide biological and socioeconomic benefits that are linked through effective resilience mechanisms. To date, few community-based conservation initiatives have published comprehensive assessments that track performance in these elements of success. With 45% of the world's protected areas in comanagement with local communities, standardized measures to effectively evaluate the dual goals of...

A decision-aid tool for ICU admission triage is associated with a reduction in potentially inappropriate intensive care unit admissions.

Intensive care unit (ICU) admission triage occurs frequently and often involves highly subjective decisions that may lead to potentially inappropriate ICU admissions. In this study, we evaluated the effect of implementing a decision-aid tool for ICU triage on ICU admission decisions.

The effects of a nutrient supplementation intervention in Ghana on parents' investments in their children.

A child's endowment is a reflection of his/her genetic makeup and the conditions faced in early life. Parents build on their child's endowment by investing resources in their child, and together, a child's endowment and subsequent investments act as input into important later-life outcomes. A positive or negative shock to a child's endowment can have a direct biological effect on a child's long-term outcomes but may also affect parents' decisions about investments in the health and human capital of their ch...

Biomarker Phenotype for Early Diagnosis and Triage of Sepsis to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

Early diagnosis and triage of sepsis improves outcomes. We aimed to identify biomarkers that may advance diagnosis and triage of pediatric sepsis. Serum and plasma samples were collected from young children (1-23 months old) with sepsis on presentation to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU-sepsis, n = 46) or Pediatric Emergency Department (PED-sepsis, n = 58) and PED-non-sepsis patients (n = 19). Multivariate analysis was applied to distinguish between patient groups. Results were compared ...

Five-Year Risk of Cervical Precancer Following p16/Ki-67 Dual-Stain Triage of HPV-Positive Women.

As cervical cancer screening transitions to primary human papillomavirus (HPV) testing, effective triage and management of HPV-positive women is critical to avoid unnecessary colposcopy referral and associated harms while maintaining high sensitivity for cervical precancer. Triage with p16/Ki-67 dual-stain (DS) testing has shown high sensitivity and specificity for detection of cervical precancers; however, longitudinal studies are needed to determine the long-term risk of precancer following a negative DS ...

Health behaviours of Australian fly-in, fly-out workers and partners during on-shift and off-shift days: an ecological momentary assessment study.

Fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) work involves long commutes, living on-site for consecutive days and returning home between shifts. This unique type of work requires constant transitioning between the roles and routines of on-shift versus off-shift days. This study aims to examine health behaviour patterns of FIFO workers and FIFO partners during on-shift and off-shift time frames.

Lessons learned from using a decision-support tool for precision placement of conservation practices in six agricultural watersheds in the US midwest.

While conservation of natural resources on agricultural landscapes has been a priority for public agencies for more than 80 years, the ability of conservation planners to place conservation practices for enhanced environmental benefits remains elusive. To increase both adoption of conservation practices and efficient use of conservation funding, conservation planners are turning to decision support tools (DSTs), such as the Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework (ACPF). However, less is known about ho...

Machine Learning-Based Prediction of Clinical Outcomes for Children During Emergency Department Triage.

While machine learning approaches may enhance prediction ability, little is known about their utility in emergency department (ED) triage.

Reconciling estimates of the global influenza burden.

Quick Search