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261. How do you celebrate small wins?

How do you celebrate small wins? How do you celebrate small wins? How do you celebrate small wins? | | October 13, 2019 5 Shares If you’re reading this, I have news for you. You are a high achiever. Yes, I mean you. You’ve set lofty goals in your life, and you’ve achieved a level of success others only dream of. This might be in the area of academics, business, or relationships–and for some of you, all of the above. You’ve accomplished big things. But I have a question for you. When (...) to figure out how to achieve it. I think this is the best way to reach a goal that seemed almost too high–at first. We should be setting goals that are uncomfortably high. It pushes us to be better. That’s something that I’ve been working on these last few months. So many of us are content to stay in the “safe zone,” so we don’t have to risk failure. Staying motivated To reach large goals, we need to find ways to stay motivated. But just how do we do that? One way to accomplish this is to remind

2019 KevinMD blog

262. How to write a physician CV

How to write a physician CV How to write a physician CV How to write a physician CV | | February 2, 2019 11 Shares This article is sponsored by . Academic and education environments tend to use the word curriculum vitae, or CV, more frequently than resume. But, a CV’s purpose is the same: to get you a job. Although a CV generally contains more information than a standard resume, the keys to a successful CV are still brevity and a stellar list of accomplishments. You may wish to group some (...) to alert reviewers to your publications, research grants, continuing medical education, and presentations with a line stating “additional information (or qualifications) available upon request.” Before you send it, double-check for accuracy: CV errors may eliminate you from consideration. And although it may be tempting, don’t inflate your CV. The Society for Human Resource Management found in a survey that as many as 60 percent of human resource professionals discover “inaccuracies” within the resumes

2019 KevinMD blog

263. Monitoring ocular hypertension, how much and how often? A cost-effectiveness perspective. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Monitoring ocular hypertension, how much and how often? A cost-effectiveness perspective. To assess the efficiency of alternative monitoring services for people with ocular hypertension (OHT), a glaucoma risk factor.Discrete event simulation model comparing five alternative care pathways: treatment at OHT diagnosis with minimal monitoring; biennial monitoring (primary and secondary care) with treatment if baseline predicted 5-year glaucoma risk is ≥6%; monitoring and treatment aligned (...) and minimal monitoring (assessing treatment responsiveness (IOP)) could be considered; however, further data to refine glaucoma risk prediction models and value patient preferences for treatment are needed. Consideration to innovative and affordable service redesign focused on treatment responsiveness rather than more glaucoma testing is recommended.Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited. For permission to use (where not already granted under a licence) please go to http://www.bmj.com/company

2015 British Journal of Ophthalmology

264. How valuable is physical examination of the cardiovascular system? Full Text available with Trip Pro

How valuable is physical examination of the cardiovascular system? Physical examination of the cardiovascular system is central to contemporary teaching and practice in clinical medicine. Evidence about its value focuses on its diagnostic accuracy and varies widely in methodological quality and statistical power. This makes collation, analysis, and understanding of results difficult and limits their application to daily clinical practice. Specific factors affecting interpretation and clinical (...) , the evidence suggests that further research into the value of physical examination of the cardiovascular system is needed, particularly in low resource settings and as a potential means of limiting inappropriate overuse of technological aids to diagnosis. Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited. For permission to use (where not already granted under a licence) please go to http://group.bmj.com/group/rights-licensing/permissions.

2016 BMJ

265. The impact of funding through the RF President's grants for young scientists (the field--medicine) on research productivity: a quasi-experimental study and a brief systematic review. Full Text available with Trip Pro

competitions) revealed a small treatment effect--an increase in the total number of publications over a 4-5-year period after the competition by 1.23 (95% CI 0.48-1.97). However, the relationship between the number of total publications published by applicants before and after the competition revealed that this treatment effect is an effect of the "maturation" of scientists with a high baseline publication activity--not of grant funding. (...) The impact of funding through the RF President's grants for young scientists (the field--medicine) on research productivity: a quasi-experimental study and a brief systematic review. The impact of grants on research productivity has been investigated by a number of retrospective studies. The results of these studies vary considerably. The objective of my study was to investigate the impact of funding through the RF President's grants for young scientists on the research productivity of awarded

2014 PloS one

266. Describing qualitative research undertaken with randomised controlled trials in grant proposals: a documentary analysis. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Describing qualitative research undertaken with randomised controlled trials in grant proposals: a documentary analysis. There is growing recognition of the value of conducting qualitative research with trials in health research. It is timely to reflect on how this qualitative research is presented in grant proposals to identify lessons for researchers and research commissioners. As part of a larger study focusing on how to maximise the value of undertaking qualitative research with trials, we (...) , with an associated lack of attention to the rationale for doing the qualitative research and important methodological details. Acknowledging the space restrictions faced by researchers writing grant proposals, we suggest a starting point for providing practical guidance to help researchers write proposals and research commissioners assess proposals of qualitative research with trials.

2014 BMC medical research methodology

267. Does receiving an American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation Centralized Otolaryngology Research Efforts grant influence career path and scholarly impact among fellowship-trained rhinologists? (Abstract)

Institutes of Health (NIH) and CORE programs is associated with increased scholarly impact among rhinologists. Another aim was to explore whether obtaining CORE grant funding is associated with NIH award acquisition.Practice setting, academic rank, and fellowship-training status were determined for individuals in the CORE grant database. The h-index and publication experience of practitioners was calculated using the Scopus database. Faculty listings were used to determine this data for a non-CORE-grants (...) -funded "control" group of academic rhinologists. Active and past NIH funding was obtained using the NIH RePORTER database.Fifteen of 26 (57.7%) fellowship-trained rhinologists receiving CORE grants were funded for rhinologic projects. Five of 6 rhinologists receiving NIH funding had a CORE-grants-funding history. Twenty-two of 26 (84.6%) rhinologists receiving CORE funding are currently in academic practice. Academic rhinologists receiving CORE or NIH funding had higher h-indices, a result reaching

2014 International forum of allergy & rhinology

268. Percentile Ranking and Citation Impact of a Large Cohort of NHLBI-Funded Cardiovascular R01 Grants. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Percentile Ranking and Citation Impact of a Large Cohort of NHLBI-Funded Cardiovascular R01 Grants. Funding decisions for cardiovascular R01 grant applications at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) largely hinge on percentile rankings. It is not known whether this approach enables the highest impact science.Our aim was to conduct an observational analysis of percentile rankings and bibliometric outcomes for a contemporary set of funded NHLBI cardiovascular R01 grants.We (...) identified 1492 investigator-initiated de novo R01 grant applications that were funded between 2001 and 2008 and followed their progress for linked publications and citations to those publications. Our coprimary end points were citations received per million dollars of funding, citations obtained <2 years of publication, and 2-year citations for each grant's maximally cited paper. In 7654 grant-years of funding that generated $3004 million of total National Institutes of Health awards, the portfolio

2014 Circulation Research

269. Cigarette Smoking: Health Risks and How to Quit (PDQ®): Health Professional Version

Cigarette Smoking: Health Risks and How to Quit (PDQ®): Health Professional Version Cigarette Smoking: Health Risks and How to Quit (PDQ®) - PDQ Cancer Information Summaries - NCBI Bookshelf Warning: The NCBI web site requires JavaScript to function. Search database Search term Search NCBI Bookshelf. A service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. PDQ Cancer Information Summaries [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): National Cancer Institute (US); 2002-. PDQ Cancer (...) Information Summaries [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): ; 2002-. Search term Cigarette Smoking: Health Risks and How to Quit (PDQ®) Health Professional Version PDQ Screening and Prevention Editorial Board . Published online: September 21, 2018. This PDQ cancer information summary for health professionals provides comprehensive, peer-reviewed, evidence-based information about the prevention and cessation of cigarette smoking and the control of tobacco use. It is intended as a resource to inform and assist

2016 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

270. How can virtual care fix the health care industrial complex?

How can virtual care fix the health care industrial complex? How can virtual care fix the health care industrial complex? How can virtual care fix the health care industrial complex? | | September 13, 2018 19 Shares The health care industry is experiencing a crisis. There’s a . And as a result, doctors are working long hours that are affecting their stress levels, increasing burnout rates, health and the ability to diagnose their patients properly. This piece will discuss the many solutions (...) what needs to change, and how can medical practices create better environments for doctors to thrive? The challenges physicians face in providing the best quality of their career Having worked with some of the most vulnerable populations in my past life as a doctor at a VA clinic, I experienced how working long hours and navigating complex patient relationships negatively impacted my quality of life and my quality of care. I remember one particular unhoused Veteran whom I suspected was selling

2018 KevinMD blog

271. It’s time to change how we regulate methadone

It’s time to change how we regulate methadone It’s time to change how we regulate methadone It’s time to change how we regulate methadone | | September 13, 2018 23 Shares In 2016, dispatchers in my hometown of Mansfield — a Rust Belt city in rural North Central Ohio — fielded over 363 overdose-related police calls. The community organized an opiate response team, created to help individuals following an overdose, which could only respond to those experiencing their second overdose. Around (...) and Congress should act to authorize approved providers at outpatient clinics to prescribe methadone. Granting this power to outpatient clinics such as federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics would vastly expand access to care. Reforming prescription rules at outpatient centers would bring the U.S. into line with existing systems in Australia and Canada. In both countries, this change expanded rural access to methadone by allowing approved primary care providers and pharmacies

2018 KevinMD blog

272. How Hezbollah Came to Dominate Information Warfare

How Hezbollah Came to Dominate Information Warfare How Hezbollah Came to Dominate Information Warfare | RAND Objective Analysis. Effective Solutions. Site-wide navigation Trending Topics Featured Research Activities Spotlight Commentary: Commentary: By Research Area Drawing upon decades of experience, RAND provides research services, systematic analysis, and innovative thinking to a global clientele that includes government agencies, foundations, and private-sector firms. Who We Work For Work (...) again showed its penchant for operations security by devising a complex system that allowed its fighters to talk freely on open radio communications without having to be too concerned about conversations being intercepted. While the Islamic State may continue to get the lion's share of attention for its use of social media and propaganda, Hezbollah's information warfare capabilities continue to be overshadowed and perhaps taken for granted. Hezbollah has been a fact of life since the early 1980s

2017 The RAND blog

273. The story of how this physician got into debt

The story of how this physician got into debt The story of how this physician got into debt The story of how this physician got into debt | | January 19, 2018 97 Shares When I was a young lad, just heading off to college, I had no debt. I had no credit cards. My family didn’t use debt for purchases other than buying our house. I really didn’t have any knowledge about how to best use debt. My student loan package included a scholarship, a work-study program and $1,500 a year in student loans. I (...) where that was heading so I joined the Navy, and Uncle Sam paid for the remaining three years of medical school expenses, with enough extra to pay for the necessities of life. I also took on a part-time job in the evenings covering the phones at a local multi-specialty clinic. Life was good, and I was temporarily broke. At that time, my student loan payments were in deferment and not accumulating any interest. I borrowed money, but didn’t need to pay anything back yet. How sweet. During my residency

2018 KevinMD blog

274. Editor’s picks: How does watching a parent in pain impact children’s own pain experiences?

Editor’s picks: How does watching a parent in pain impact children’s own pain experiences? Editor's picks: How does watching a parent in pain impact children’s own pain experiences? • Body in Mind Research into the role of the brain and mind in chronic pain Editor’s picks: How does watching a parent in pain impact children’s own pain experiences? January 5, 2018 by Over this holiday season we are publishing our Editor’s picks of 2017 for you to read and enjoy again. — Pain problems tend to run (...) rated how much pain they thought the parents had experienced, and children also rated their own anxiety. Then the parent and child switched seats, and the child did the cold pressor pain task themselves and their parent observed. Again, once the task was finished, both parents and children privately provided ratings of how much pain the child had experienced during the task. In analyzing the data, we looked at pain outcomes comparing groups based on child sex (boy vs. girl), parent sex (father vs

2018 Body in Mind blog

275. How to Rebuild After This Year's Hurricane Season? Invest in Resilience

How to Rebuild After This Year's Hurricane Season? Invest in Resilience How to Rebuild After This Year's Hurricane Season? Invest in Resilience | RAND Objective Analysis. Effective Solutions. Site-wide navigation Trending Topics Featured Research Activities Spotlight Commentary: Commentary: By Research Area Drawing upon decades of experience, RAND provides research services, systematic analysis, and innovative thinking to a global clientele that includes government agencies, foundations (...) in the area. Soon after, Hurricane Maria crippled the power infrastructure in Puerto Rico. More than a month later, many island residents still lack electricity and access to running water. A great deal of funds will be released by the federal government for disaster recovery efforts, and these public resources should be invested wisely. To what extent are communities where infrastructure is repeatedly in harm's way able to withstand the impacts of major storms? How can they respond effectively, recover

2017 The RAND blog

276. How a symbol influenced this patient encounter

to begin my line of questioning. I smiled at the boy and asked how he was doing. He responded with an indifferent, “Fine.” I then began to ask him the usual questions essential for an HPI (history of present illness), but I couldn’t take my mind off the fact that he was wearing a symbol that I felt characterized a tradition filled with rebellion and hatred. What troubled me even more was that as a kid, he had already been exposed to and taught to support what the Confederacy stood for. Granted, I may (...) How a symbol influenced this patient encounter How a symbol influenced this patient encounter How a symbol influenced this patient encounter | | February 1, 2018 151 Shares I lightly knocked on the door of the next patient that I was set to obtain a history from. It was late in the morning in the middle of the week, and my mind was becoming increasingly preoccupied with deciding what to eat for lunch. My preceptor had allowed me to practice my history-taking skills with every patient that had

2018 KevinMD blog

277. How writing fiction can free physicians

a physician reacts to stress; I can explore how he or she deals with a missed diagnosis that may be haunting, or manages an especially difficult patient. After all, a simple sore throat can be a sign of leukemia, and a depressed patient may cause self-harm. Though such scenarios are rare, giving them consideration in story form can allow doctors to better deal with such issues in the real world. Making doctors real Fiction grants physicians the opportunity to show sides of their lives that patients don’t (...) How writing fiction can free physicians How writing fiction can free physicians How writing fiction can free physicians | | April 12, 2018 33 Shares Every person working in medicine has stories to tell, and sharing those stories is a great way to process grief or stress, celebrate triumphs, vent, move on or think more deeply. Occasionally, writing about an experience helps others facing a similar situation. True narratives of and reflections on medicine are now encouraged, honored, promoted

2018 KevinMD blog

278. How Would the House Health Care Plan Affect People with Preexisting Conditions?

How Would the House Health Care Plan Affect People with Preexisting Conditions? How Would the House Health Care Plan Affect People with Pre-Existing Conditions? | RAND Objective Analysis. Effective Solutions. Site-wide navigation Trending Topics Featured Research Activities Spotlight Commentary: Commentary: By Research Area Drawing upon decades of experience, RAND provides research services, systematic analysis, and innovative thinking to a global clientele that includes government agencies (...) carefully to better understand how it could affect people with pre-existing conditions — and what protections remain in place. How will the House's health care bill affect those with pre-existing conditions? Under the bill, individuals with pre-existing conditions cannot be denied coverage or charged higher premiums on the basis of their health status, as long as they remain continuously enrolled in insurance. However, key protections can be waived for individuals who have a coverage lapse. By default

2017 The RAND blog

279. Maria Hägglund: Electronic health records in Sweden—how can we go from transparency to collaboration?

Maria Hägglund: Electronic health records in Sweden—how can we go from transparency to collaboration? Maria Hägglund: Electronic health records in Sweden—how can we go from transparency to collaboration? - The BMJ ---> I have had full access to my electronic health record (EHR) online since 2012, when Uppsala became the first region in Sweden to make EHR accessible to patients. I remember the excitement I felt the first time I logged in, and I’ve continued to use the patient accessible EHR (...) (PAEHR) referred to as “ ” ever since. As a health informatics researcher and a member of the , I also have a special interest in how the PAEHR is designed and used. In March 2017, I attended a session at the Salzburg Global Seminar called The session was focused on transparency and the importance of patients being able to access their EHRs. The Swedish national health information exchange (HIE) platform and PAEHR received a lot of attention (both during the seminar and ), but I left Salzburg

2017 The BMJ Blog

280. How Scarce Funding Shapes Young Scientists

ended up like this, or more importantly, what, if anything, can be done about it. How to address these questions remains an ongoing conversation among those in the field—one that has become exponentially more complicated in light of recent and alarming reports in the news concerning the future of federal funding for biomedical research. Eleventh hour blog post renovations When I first began writing this post, my goal was to address how the current atmosphere of scarce grant funding is shaping (...) navigation in Uncategorized Source: Ask any young science faculty member what keeps them up at night, and you’re likely to get the same response every time: funding research . It is no secret that modern scientific research depends on receiving sufficient funding. In fact, grants have become so essential that the entire trajectory of one’s career in academic science is tightly linked with the ability to obtain funding. Readers who can identify with this struggle have probably asked themselves how science

2017 PLOS Blogs Network

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