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1061. Genetic Counselling for GPs

, implications and communicating genetic information, including the NHS e-learning hub. [ ] The NHS National Genetics Education and Development Centre contains information and resources on learning and teaching genetics for health professionals, including fact sheets on genetic conditions. [ ] Counselling the person, couple or family Counselling should be carried out in a relaxed atmosphere with sufficient time to absorb the initial shock of diagnosis or bereavement. Advice should include the clinical

2008 Mentor

1062. Education in accident and emergency medicine for senior house officers: review and recommendations. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Education in accident and emergency medicine for senior house officers: review and recommendations. Education of SHOs during A&E attachments remains problematic. Teaching programmes suffer from the lack of a clear educational vision and the resources required to enhance training while maintaining service. Divisions within and without the specialty also hamper these efforts. This article outlines a theoretic framework to guide A&E education for SHOs, and explores its ramifications for course

1996 Journal of accident & emergency medicine

1063. Exercise to improve gait velocity in older persons. (Abstract)

Exercise to improve gait velocity in older persons. The effect of 12 weeks of resistance and balance training on strength and gait measures in older persons was tested in a randomized control trial. Thirty-one residents of two life-care communities volunteered (mean age, 82.1 years). The exercise group (E) trained three times per week, performing resistance training to fatigue for knee extension, hip abduction, ankle dorsiflexion, hip extension, and knee flexion, and postural control exercises

1993 Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation Controlled trial quality: uncertain

1064. Compatibility of adaptive responses with combining strength and endurance training. (Abstract)

torque (12% and 7%), in maximal vertical jump (6% and 9%), and in fat-free mass (3% and 5%). E training did not induce changes in any of these variables. VO2peak (ml.kg-1.min-1) increased (P < 0.01) similarly in both E (18%) and C (16%) groups. Results indicate 3 d.wk-1 combined training can induce substantial concurrent and compatible increases in VO2peak and strength performance.

1995 Medicine and science in sports and exercise Controlled trial quality: uncertain

1065. Effects of cross-training on markers of insulin resistance/hyperinsulinemia. (Abstract)

(25%). The changes induced by C training were significantly greater than those from E training alone in percent fat (6.9 +/- 1.3 vs 1.4 +/- 1.4), insulin concentration (8.5 +/- 2.7 vs 3.0 +/- 1.3 uU.mL-1), glucose levels (11.1 +/- 2.9 vs 5.9 +/- 2.6 mg.dL-1), HDL-C levels (5.1 +/- 1.3 vs 2.9 +/- 1.6 mg.dL-1), triglyceride concentration (43.8 +/- 13.6 mg.dL-1), and systolic blood pressure (14.6 +/- 5.5 vs 8.3 +/- 6.8 mm Hg). Results indicate that the addition of resistance training to an endurance

1997 Medicine and science in sports and exercise Controlled trial quality: uncertain

1066. Effect of concurrent strength and endurance training on skeletal muscle properties and hormone concentrations in humans. (Abstract)

group (C). Groups S and E trained 3 days a week and the SE group trained 6 days a week for 12 weeks. Tests were made before and after 6 and 12 weeks of training. There was a similar increase in maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) in both groups E and SE (P < 0.05). Leg press and knee extension one repetition maximum (1 RM) was increased in groups S and SE (P < 0.05) but the gains in knee extension 1 RM were greater for group S compared to all other groups (P < 0.05). Types I and II muscle fibre area

2000 European journal of applied physiology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

1067. Effects of concurrent endurance and strength training on running economy and .VO(2) kinetics. (Abstract)

+endurance training on CR and the .VO(2) kinetics in endurance athletes.Fifteen triathletes were assigned to endurance+strength (ES) or endurance-only (E) training for 14 wk. The training program was similar, except ES performed two HWT sessions a week. Before and after the training period, the subjects performed 1) an incremental field running test for determination of .VO(2max) and the velocity associated (V(.VO2max)), the second ventilatory threshold (VT(2)); 2) a 3000-m run at constant velocity

2002 Medicine and science in sports and exercise Controlled trial quality: uncertain

1068. The management of chronic tinnitus: comparison of an outpatient cognitive-behavioral group training to minimal-contact interventions. (Abstract)

The management of chronic tinnitus: comparison of an outpatient cognitive-behavioral group training to minimal-contact interventions. Using a randomized group design, the efficacy of an outpatient cognitive-behavioral Tinnitus Coping Training (TCT) was compared to two minimal-contact (MC) interventions.TCT was conducted in a group format with 11 sessions (total n=43). One MC [MC-E (education), n=16] consisted of two group sessions in which education on tinnitus was presented and self-help

2003 Journal of psychosomatic research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

1069. Predictors of work satisfaction among SHOs during accident and emergency medicine training. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Predictors of work satisfaction among SHOs during accident and emergency medicine training. The purpose of this study was to assess the ability of work-related stress, and other work environment characteristics that might affect stress, to predict work satisfaction among senior house officers (SHOs) during accident and emergency (A&E) training. Questionnaires were returned by 365 SHOs, who indicated their year in training, the number of hours worked per week, the type of training hospital

1993 Archives of Emergency Medicine

1070. Reuptake of an E-Learning Programme in General Practice

Reuptake of an E-Learning Programme in General Practice Reuptake of an E-Learning Programme in General Practice - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Reuptake of an E-Learning Programme in General (...) by: Research Unit Of General Practice, Copenhagen Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The evaluate the use and diffusion of an E-learning programme in Diagnostic Evaluation of Dementia among General Practitioners (GPs) in Denmark. The hypothesis are: The GPs do not use the guided instructions The GPs using the programme are more frequently younger GPs. GPs working in rural areas will use the programme more frequently Condition or disease Education Dementia Detailed Description: In a period

2006 Clinical Trials

1071. The Use of Reminders in Implementing an E-learning Program in General Practice

The Use of Reminders in Implementing an E-learning Program in General Practice The Use of Reminders in Implementing an E-learning Program in General Practice - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more (...) . The Use of Reminders in Implementing an E-learning Program in General Practice The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT00394017 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : October 31, 2006 Last Update Posted : October 27, 2009 Sponsor: Research Unit Of General Practice, Copenhagen

2006 Clinical Trials

1072. Developing a Medical Image Content Repository for E-Learning Full Text available with Trip Pro

Developing a Medical Image Content Repository for E-Learning The integration of medical informatics and e-learning systems could provide many advanced applications including training, knowledge management, telemedicine, etc. Currently, both the domains of e-learning and medical image have sophisticated specifications and standards. It is a great challenge to bring about integration. In this paper, we describe the development of a Web interface for searching and viewing medical images (...) that the content repository can easily interact and integrate with a learning system. With the integration, the user can easily generate and assign medical image content for e-learning. A Web solution might be the simplest way for system integration. The demonstration in this paper should be useful as a method of expanding the usage of medical information. The construction of a Web-based repository and integrated with a learning system may be also applicable to other domains.

2006 Journal of Digital Imaging

1073. Adopting e-Learning Standards in Health Care: Competency-based Learning in the Medical Informatics Domain Full Text available with Trip Pro

Adopting e-Learning Standards in Health Care: Competency-based Learning in the Medical Informatics Domain Like many forms of education, health professions education is increasingly competency-based. At the same time, there is growing use of e-learning technologies, which can be linked to competencies via emerging e-learning standards. Health care has been slow to adopt competencies and e-learning standards. We report our efforts to facilitate access to competencies and e-learning content

2006 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings

1074. Optimizing Physicians’ Instruction of PACS Through E-Learning: Cognitive Load Theory Applied Full Text available with Trip Pro

Optimizing Physicians’ Instruction of PACS Through E-Learning: Cognitive Load Theory Applied This article outlines the strategy used by our hospital to maximize the knowledge transfer to referring physicians on using a picture archiving and communication system (PACS). We developed an e-learning platform underpinned by the cognitive load theory (CLT) so that in depth knowledge of PACS' abilities becomes attainable regardless of the user's prior experience with computers. The application

2007 Journal of Digital Imaging: the official journal of the Society for Computer Applications in Radiology

1075. e-Learning development in medical physics and engineering Full Text available with Trip Pro

e-Learning development in medical physics and engineering Medical Physics and Engineering was among the first professions to develop and apply e-Learning (e-L). The profession provides excellent background for application of simulations and other e-L materials. The paper describes several layers for e-L development: Programming specific simulations; Building e-L modules; Development of e-L web-based programmes. The paper shows examples from these layers and outlines their specificities

2008 Biomedical imaging and intervention journal

1076. INDIAM—An e-Learning System for the Interpretation of Mammograms Full Text available with Trip Pro

INDIAM—An e-Learning System for the Interpretation of Mammograms We propose the design of a teaching system named Interpretation and Diagnosis of Mammograms (INDIAM) for training students in the interpretation of mammograms and diagnosis of breast cancer. The proposed system integrates an illustrated tutorial on radiology of the breast, that is, mammography, which uses education techniques to guide the user (doctors, students, or researchers) through various concepts related to the diagnosis (...) system is integrated with AMDI-An Indexed Atlas of Digital Mammograms-that includes case studies, e-learning, and research systems. All the resources are accessible via the Web.

2008 Journal of Digital Imaging: the official journal of the Society for Computer Applications in Radiology

1077. E-Learning as New Method of Medical Education Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-Learning as New Method of Medical Education NONE DECLARED Distance learning refers to use of technologies based on health care delivered on distance and covers areas such as electronic health, tele-health (e-health), telematics, telemedicine, tele-education, etc. For the need of e-health, telemedicine, tele-education and distance learning there are various technologies and communication systems from standard telephone lines to the system of transmission digitalized signals with modem, optical (...) fiber, satellite links, wireless technologies, etc. Tele-education represents health education on distance, using Information Communication Technologies (ICT), as well as continuous education of a health system beneficiaries and use of electronic libraries, data bases or electronic data with data bases of knowledge. Distance learning (E-learning) as a part of tele-education has gained popularity in the past decade; however, its use is highly variable among medical schools and appears to be more

2008 Acta Informatica Medica

1078. Will e-learning improve clinical judgment?: Not until doctors build collegial learning into practice Full Text available with Trip Pro

Will e-learning improve clinical judgment?: Not until doctors build collegial learning into practice 15142893 2004 05 24 2018 11 13 1756-1833 328 7449 2004 May 15 BMJ (Clinical research ed.) BMJ Will e-learning improve clinical judgment? 1147-8 Klass Daniel J DJ eng Editorial England BMJ 8900488 0959-8138 AIM IM Clinical Competence standards Education, Medical methods Internet Judgment 2004 5 15 5 0 2004 5 25 5 0 2004 5 15 5 0 ppublish 15142893 10.1136/bmj.328.7449.1147 328/7449/1147 PMC411078

2004 BMJ : British Medical Journal

1079. The Evaluation of Game-based E-learning for Medical Education: a Preliminary Survey Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Evaluation of Game-based E-learning for Medical Education: a Preliminary Survey Game-Based e-learning (GBeL) was newly designed platform for education of students with higher education, especially for medical students. The purpose of this study was to preliminarily evaluate the attraction of GBeL, the motivation toward GBeL and the learning effect. We found more than 80% of students thought that GBeL was attractive and more interesting than traditional class. However, the percentage

2005 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings

1080. Clinical evidence continuous medical education: a randomised educational trial of an open access e-learning program for transferring evidence-based information - ICEKUBE (Italian Clinical Evidence Knowledge Utilization Behaviour Evaluation) - study protoc Full Text available with Trip Pro

Clinical evidence continuous medical education: a randomised educational trial of an open access e-learning program for transferring evidence-based information - ICEKUBE (Italian Clinical Evidence Knowledge Utilization Behaviour Evaluation) - study protoc In an effort to ensure that all physicians have access to valid and reliable evidence on drug effectiveness, the Italian Drug Agency sponsored a free-access e-learning system, based on Clinical Evidence, called ECCE. Doctors have access (...) to an electronic version and related clinical vignettes. Correct answers to the interactive vignettes provide Continuing Medical Education credits. The aims of this trial are to establish whether the e-learning program (ECCE) increases physicians' basic knowledge about common clinical scenarios, and whether ECCE is superior to the passive diffusion of information through the printed version of Clinical Evidence.All Italian doctors naïve to ECCE will be randomised to three groups. Group one will have access

2008 Implementation Science Controlled trial quality: uncertain

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