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Are incoming pediatric interns ready to obtain the essential components of an informed consent for lumbar puncture?

In 2013, the Association of American Medical Colleges created the "Core Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) for Entering Residency" to more clearly define the set of activities that entering residents should be able to perform on day one of residency without direct supervision. EPA #11 is obtaining informed consent for tests and/or procedures. This EPA acknowledges that an entrustable learner should be able to document a complete consent among other components. The aim of this study is to explore if ...

What influences nursing safety event reporting among nursing interns?: Focus group study.

Nursing safety events involving undergraduate nursing interns often occur but are under-reported. Only a few nursing schools have instituted formal reporting systems. The factors that affect reporting by undergraduate nursing interns are largely unknown.

Pediatric Oral Formulations: An Updated Review of Commercially Available Pediatric Oral Formulations Since 2007.

Oral pediatric formulations are either ready-to-use or require manipulation, and multi-use or single-use. Strong encouragement for preservative-free pediatric formulations has resulted in fewer multi-use solutions or suspensions in favor of single-use solid oral dosage forms. This updated review covering new pediatric formulations marketed in the United States of America, Europe, and Japan spanning the years 2007 to mid-2018 identified 16 types of pediatric oral formulations of which 7 are ready-to-use and ...

Priority Needs for Conducting Pandemic-Relevant Clinical Research With Children in Europe: A Consensus Study With Pediatric Clinician-Researchers.

Infectious disease pandemics (IDP) pose a considerable global threat and can disproportionately affect vulnerable populations including children. Pediatric clinical research in pandemics is essential to improve children's healthcare and minimize risks of harm by interventions that lack an adequate evidence base for this population. The unique features of IDPs require consideration of special processes to facilitate clinical research. We aimed to obtain consensus on pediatric clinician-researchers' perceptio...

Physician, disclose thyself! Self-disclosure as an educational tool.

Supervisor self-disclosure is essential for both personal and professional development of the next generation of doctors. We highlight the importance of self-disclosure and urge doctors in a supervising role to embed self-disclosure in their supervisory activities. Effective supervision of residents and interns encompasses many elements. Self-disclosure positively contributes to a safe teaching environment as well as a nurturing supervisor-trainee relationship. Self-disclosure can be used in many supervisor...

Teaching to Teach: An Effective and Feasible Teaching Curriculum for Internal Medicine Interns.

New competency requirements from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education have prompted greater emphasis on developing residents' teaching skills. Many residents make their first foray into teaching during internship, making it an important yet underrecognized opportunity to develop basic teaching skills. In addition, in the current graduate medical education climate, residents' tasks are compressed into an even shorter time, which has caused teaching opportunities and expectations to be bal...

Recommendations on Selection and Processing of RBC Components for Pediatric Patients From the Pediatric Critical Care Transfusion and Anemia Expertise Initiative.

To present the recommendations and supporting literature for selection and processing of RBC products in critically ill children developed by the Pediatric Critical Care Transfusion and Anemia Expertise Initiative.

Bacteriological assessment of some vegetables and ready-to-eat salads in Alexandria, Egypt.

Fresh vegetables and ready-to-eat salads (RTES) are essential components of human diet. Despite their benefits, they remain a major public health concern, because they have been implicated in foodborne illness outbreaks in numerous countries.

Artificial Intelligence in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: Are We (Finally) Ready?

Capacity to provide informed consent among adults with bipolar disorder.

Identifying correlates of capacity to provide informed consent among individuals with bipolar disorder is essential for patient protection. As part of a clinical trial involving approved, standard treatments, we investigated relationships between clinical characteristics and capacity to provide informed consent in adults with bipolar disorder using the MacArthur Competence Assessment Tool for Clinical Research (MacCAT-CR). After administering the MacCAT-CR, continuing participants in the trial were capable ...

Multicenter Analysis of Transport Destinations For Pediatric Prehospital Patients.

Although all emergency departments (ED) should be ready to treat children, some may have illnesses or injuries that require higher-level pediatric resources that are not available at all hospitals. There are no national guidelines for EMS providers about when to directly transport children to hospitals with higher-level pediatric resources, with the exception of severe trauma. Variability exists in EMS protocols about when children warrant transport to hospitals with higher-level pediatric care.

Pediatric Loss-of-Control Eating and Anxiety in Relation to Components of Metabolic Syndrome.

 Pediatric loss-of-control (LOC) eating is associated with, and predictive of, gains in adiposity and adverse metabolic outcomes. In addition, some preliminary data suggest that anxiety may exacerbate the relationship of LOC eating with weight and metabolic syndrome (MetS)-related measures. We therefore examined whether anxiety moderated the relationship between LOC eating and body mass index z (BMIz), adiposity, and MetS-related measures in youth.

Size and Prevalence of Pediatric Aerodigestive Programs in 2017.

Pediatric aerodigestive programs appear to be rapidly proliferating and provide multi-disciplinary, coordinated care to complex, medically-fragile children. Pediatric subspecialists are considered essential to these programs. This study evaluated the state of these programs in 2017 by surveying their size, composition, prevalence, and the number of patients that they serve.

Knowledge, Awareness, and Attitude Regarding Dental Implants among Dental Interns.

Implant therapy is an elective dental procedure of dental rehabilitative treatment. Objective of this study was to assess the knowledge, awareness, and attitude of dental interns of Nepal toward dental implants and to see associations of the responses with gender and geographic location of dental college.

The preferences of potential stakeholders in psychiatric genomic research regarding consent procedures and information delivery.

Genomic sequencing plays an increasing role in genetic research, also in psychiatry. This raises challenges concerning the validity and type of the informed consent and the return of incidental findings. However, no solution currently exists on the best way to obtain the informed consent and deliver findings to research subjects.

Global Access to Essential Medicines for Childhood Cancer: A Cross-Sectional Survey.

Global data mapping access to essential chemotherapeutics for pediatric cancer are scarce. We report a survey of international pediatric cancer care providers' access to these medicines.

Physician perspectives on compassionate use in pediatric oncology.

Targeted cancer treatments are almost always first studied in adults, even when there is a biologically plausible potential for efficacy in children. Through compassionate use programs, children who are not eligible for a clinical trial and for whom there are no known effective therapies may obtain access to investigational agents, including drugs under development for adults. However, little is known about pediatric oncologists' experiences with applying for and obtaining compassionate use agents.

Pediatric headache: overview.

Headache is a common medical complaint in children and adolescents with the majority having experienced some type of headache by their teenage years. Pediatric headache presentations often differ compared to adults, and children may have difficulty describing their symptoms. Thus, a thorough understanding of the approach to the pediatric headache patient is essential to ensure appropriate diagnosis, evaluation, and management.

Barriers in Neurogastroenterology and Motility Training Experience for Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellows.

Neurogastroenterology and motility (NGM) disorders are common and have a high health care burden. Although pediatric gastroenterology fellows are expected to obtain comprehensive training in the diagnosis and management of NGM disorders, there is ongoing concern for unmet training needs and lack of exposure in treating patients who suffer from NGM problems.

Myth or Magic? Towards a Revised Theory of Informed Consent in Medical Research.

Although the principle of informed consent is well established and its importance widely acknowledged, it has met with criticism for decades. Doubts have been raised for a number of different reasons. In particular, empirical data show that people regularly fail to reproduce the information provided to them. Many critics agree, therefore, that the received concept of informed consent is no more than a myth. Strategies to overcome this problem often rest on a flawed concept of informed consent. In this paper...

Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria and the Use of Novel Antibiotics in Children.

Infections due to antibiotic-resistant bacteria in children are on the rise worldwide. Treating these infections is a challenge for pediatric caregivers. In this arms race, the armamentarium of antibiotics is quickly being depleted. This article reviews the problems facing clinicians caring for children with resistant bacterial infections, examines some of the newer antibiotics, and discusses other methods for pediatric caregivers to combat these infections. Only through an informed and concerted effort wil...

Pediatric Anesthesia Informed Consent: "That's the Signpost Up Ahead - Your Next Stop, The Twilight Zone!"

Reply to Gentry, Katherine; Lepere, Katherine; Opel, Douglas, regarding their comment 'Informed Consent in Pediatric Anesthesiology'.

Pediatric obesity is associated with short-term risks after pelvic osteotomy.

The risk factors for increased perioperative morbidity following pediatric pelvic osteotomies are poorly understood. The purpose of this study was to characterize differences in adverse events, operative time, length of stay, and readmission following pelvic osteotomy for obese and nonobese patients. A retrospective cohort study was carried out using the National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Pediatric database to identify patients that underwent pelvic osteotomy with or without femoral osteotomy. Ob...

Factors complicating the informed consent process for whole exome sequencing in neonatal and pediatic intensive care units.

Whole exome and whole genome sequencing (WES/WGS) is increasingly utilized in inpatient settings such as neonatal and pediatric intensive care units (ICU), but no research has explored the process of informed consent in this setting. My experience as an inpatient genetic counselor has illuminated factors unique to the ICU that may threaten elements of informed consent such as voluntariness, disclosure, understanding, and capacity. I present three cases that exemplify elements complicating consent counseling...

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