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61. How should you choose a medical specialty?

How should you choose a medical specialty? How should you choose a medical specialty? How should you choose a medical specialty? | | January 17, 2017 101 Shares Many people know that an important part of medical school is choosing a specialty — the field of medicine that you plan to practice for the rest of your career. However, fewer people know just how many different factors weigh on this decision. As my classmates and I navigate through third year, I thought I would share several (...) is the best part of the day. These students may find themselves interested in surgery, interventional radiology, dermatology or even cardiology. Research and academic opportunities: Research and education are possible in any specialty, but certain fields, such as oncology and immunology, have burgeoning research opportunities with massive amounts of funding available and the possibility of much academic prestige. At Stanford, where many of us plan to enter academic medicine, and the opportunities

2017 KevinMD blog

62. Medical specialties should create a list of legitimate journals

is not the way forward. It would be a difficult, time-consuming task. It would becoming increasingly difficult to maintain with the exponential growth of predatory publishers. It would be worse than trying to keep ahead of increasing antibiotic resistance in bacteria. There is also going to be a risk associated with being unpopular with big business enterprises that are not known for ethical or moral behavior. The best way forward is to create a list of the good journals. These should be specialty specific (...) Medical specialties should create a list of legitimate journals Medical specialties should create a list of legitimate journals Medical specialties should create a list of legitimate journals | | April 1, 2017 68 Shares There would be few of us who have not received an email praising our contributions to our chosen medical specialty and with an invitation to either submit a manuscript or to join the editorial board for a new open access on line journal. If you are an academic, expect to receive

2017 KevinMD blog

63. Should Human Immunodeficiency Virus Specialty Clinics Treat Patients With Hypertension or Refer to Primary Care? An Analysis of Treatment Outcomes (Full text)

Should Human Immunodeficiency Virus Specialty Clinics Treat Patients With Hypertension or Refer to Primary Care? An Analysis of Treatment Outcomes Care for people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) increasingly focuses on comorbidities, including hypertension. Evidence indicates that antiretroviral therapy and opportunistic infections are best managed by providers experienced in HIV medicine, but it is unclear how to structure comorbidity care. Approaches include providing comorbidity care (...) in HIV clinics ("consolidated care") or combining HIV care with comorbidity management in primary care clinics ("shared care"). We compared blood pressure (BP) control in HIV clinics practicing consolidated care versus shared care.We created a national cohort of Veterans with HIV and hypertension receiving care in HIV clinics in Veterans Administration facilities and merged these data with a survey asking HIV providers how they delivered hypertension care (5794 Veterans in 73 clinics). We defined BP

2017 Open forum infectious diseases PubMed

64. Water Use and Treatment in Container-Grown Specialty Crop Production: A Review (Full text)

. Container-grown crop producers can either adopt research-based best management practices proactively to minimize the economic and environmental risk of limited access to high-quality water, be required to change by external factors such as regulations and fines, or adapt production practices over time as a result of changing climate conditions. (...) Water Use and Treatment in Container-Grown Specialty Crop Production: A Review While governments and individuals strive to maintain the availability of high-quality water resources, many factors can "change the landscape" of water availability and quality, including drought, climate change, saltwater intrusion, aquifer depletion, population increases, and policy changes. Specialty crop producers, including nursery and greenhouse container operations, rely heavily on available high-quality water

2017 Water, air, and soil pollution PubMed

65. Strategies for Introducing Outpatient Specialty Palliative Care in Gynecologic Oncology (Full text)

to increase acceptance of referral; and explain and normalize palliative care referral to address negative associations and decrease patient fear of abandonment. These strategies aim to decrease negative patient associations and encourage acceptance of early referral to palliative care specialists.Gynecologic oncologists have developed strategies for introducing palliative care services to alleviate patient concerns. These strategies provide groundwork for developing system-wide best practice approaches (...) Strategies for Introducing Outpatient Specialty Palliative Care in Gynecologic Oncology Concern that patients will react negatively to the idea of palliative care is cited as a barrier to timely referral. Strategies to successfully introduce specialty palliative care to patients have not been well described. We sought to understand how gynecologic oncologists introduce outpatient specialty palliative care.We conducted a national qualitative interview study at six geographically diverse academic

2017 Journal of Oncology Practice PubMed

66. Dental specialty, career preferences and their influencing factors among final year dental students in Saudi Arabia (Full text)

-demographic details and the ranking of three of their best preferences among the list of specialties/general dentistry and career options. They were also enquired about their opinion regarding the total time required to become a dentist and their intention to go for further studies abroad. The questionnaire assessed factors influencing their choices using a 5 point Likert scale ranging from extremely important to not important. Binary logistic regression to examine the combined effect of several (...) that the influence of family members in the dental profession, preference for private practice and specific interest in patient population as the most important factors in choosing a specialty/general dentistry. Intellectual content of the specialty was ranked the least important. On the other hand, the most important factors for choosing a career were variety of non-clinical duties, access to child care facilities and research opportunities.The results of this study show the top preferred specialties and career

2017 The Saudi dental journal PubMed

67. Getting the Best Results in Abdominoplasty: Current Advanced Concepts. (PubMed)

in the specialty, the authors have also reviewed safe practices. (...) Getting the Best Results in Abdominoplasty: Current Advanced Concepts. After studying this article and viewing the videos, the participant should be able to: 1. Describe the safe techniques recommended for patients undergoing a lipoabdominoplasty. 2. Demonstrate safe planning techniques for marking a patient for a lipoabdominoplasty. 3. Summarize the various techniques for performing rectus plication. 4. State the current understanding of chemoprophylaxis for outpatient surgical patients. 5

2019 Plastic and reconstructive surgery

68. Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychology

Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychology Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychology American Psychological Association In the past 50 years forensic psychological practice has expanded dramatically. The American Psychological As- sociation (APA) has a division devoted to matters of law and psychology (APA Division 41, the American Psy- chology–Law Society), a number of scienti?c journals de- voted to interactions between psychology and the law exist (e.g., Law and Human Behavior (...) ; Psychology, Public Pol- icy, and Law; Behavioral Sciences & the Law), and a number of key texts have been published and undergone multiple revisions (e.g., Grisso, 1986, 2003; Melton, Pe- trila, Poythress, & Slobogin, 1987, 1997, 2007; Rogers, 1988, 1997, 2008). In addition, training in forensic psy- chology is available in predoctoral, internship, and post- doctoral settings, and APA recognized forensic psychology as a specialty in 2001, with subsequent recerti?cation in 2008. Because the practice

2013 American Psychological Association

69. Guidelines on autopsy practice: Industrial/occupational-related lung disease deaths including asbestos

reproduction and rights should be addressed to The Royal College of Pathologists at the above address. First published: 2017 CEff 290617 2 V2 Final Contents Foreword 3 1 Introduction 3 2 Role of the autopsy 4 3 Pathology encountered at the autopsy 4 4 Specific health and safety aspects 5 5 Clinical information relevant to the autopsy 5 6 The autopsy procedure 6 7 Specific significant organ systems 6 8 Organ retention 7 9 Recommended blocks for histological examination best practice 7 10 Other samples (...) , the premises where the samples are kept do not need to be licenced by the Human Tissue Authority. However, storage on HTA-licenced premises is recommended where possible, as this helps to ensure traceability. It is recommended that the time for tissue retention be at least 5 years to allow for the slow passage of medicolegal cases. 9 Recommended blocks for histological examination best practice · If mesothelioma tumour (at least two random areas avoiding necrotic tumour): immunohistochemistry essential

2017 Royal College of Pathologists

70. Guidelines on autopsy practice: Autopsy in sickle cell disease and persons with sickle trait

number G159 Document name Guidelines on Autopsy Practice: Autopsy in sickle cell disease and persons with sickle trait Version number 2 Produced by The specialist content of this guideline has been produced by Professor Sebastian Lucas (Consultant Histopathologist at Guy s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust and Emeritus Professor of Pathology at King s College London School of Medicine) and Dr Juliet Raine (Specialty Trainee in Histopathology, Guy s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust) Date active (...) guesswork only, will fail to provide the correct cause of death within the sickle cell complex of disorders; this will not satisfy the clinicians or help them with clinical governance issues, and will certainly not satisfy the relatives of the deceased. 9.1 Tissue sampling The following represents best practice for all cases; this is the recommended minimum if histology is to be sent for expert review: Organ Recommended sampling Heart Five blocks from a mid-horizontal slice: anterior and posterior RV

2017 Royal College of Pathologists

71. The use of whole genome sequencing in clinical practice: challenges and organisational considerations for Belgium

the introduction of this new techniques in a few centres involved, and to foster expert discussion and consensus on how to manage this new technique. The aim of this project is to assess the ability of the diagnostic test to ameliorate diagnostic yield, cost-effectiveness, patients’ perspectives, and the ethical and psychological impact on patients and their families. It will also analyse the budget impact on the Dutch health care system, develop best practice guideline for WGS analysis, interpretation (...) The use of whole genome sequencing in clinical practice: challenges and organisational considerations for Belgium 2018 www.kce.fgov.be KCE REPORT 300 THE USE OF WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING IN CLINICAL PRACTICE: CHALLENGES AND ORGANISATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR BELGIUM 2018 www.kce.fgov.be KCE REPORT 300 HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH THE USE OF WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING IN CLINICAL PRACTICE: CHALLENGES AND ORGANISATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR BELGIUM GERMAINE HANQUET, IRM VINCK, NANCY THIRY COLOPHON Title

2018 Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre

72. Feeding and Swallowing Assessment Services for Pediatric Populations in Canada: Service Provision, Practice Models, and Assessment Tools

assessment services provided to pediatric populations in Canada. The following questions are addressed: What practice models support best clinical practice and service provision for feeding and swallowing assessment in pediatric patients? What instrumental and non-instrumental tools, equipment, and supports are used for pediatric feeding and swallowing assessment services, and who administers them? What are the scopes of practice with respect to clinical practice in feeding and swallowing assessment (...) analysis. Survey responses were used to answer all research questions. Questions 2 and 4 were supplemented with information obtained through a limited literature search. Stakeholder feedback was used to supplement information received from survey respondents. Practice Models to Support Best Clinical Practice and Service Provision for Feeding and Swallowing Assessment Services in Pediatric Patients Practice models include the types of pediatric patients (e.g., in-patients, rehabilitation patients) who

2017 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health - Environmental Scanning

73. Canadian best practice recommendations for stroke care

Canadian best practice recommendations for stroke care DECEMBER 2, 2008, VOLUME 179(12) • LE 2 DÉCEMBRE 2008, VOLUME 179(12) CMAJ • JAMC CMAJ 2008;179(12 SUPPL):E1-E93 Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care (updated 2008)CMAJ • DECEMBER 2, 2008 • 179(12) © 2008 Canadian Medical Association or its licensors T able of contents W Wh ha at t’ ’s s n ne ew w i in n 2 20 00 08 8? ? E1 O Ov ve er rv vi ie ew w E1 Scope, purpose and target audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E2 (...) Updates and revisions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E3 M Me et th ho od d: : d de ev ve el lo op pm me en nt t a an nd d u up pd da at te e p pr ro oc ce es ss s E3 Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E3 Identification of key topics and core reference guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E3 Synthesis of best practice recommendations . . . . . . . . . E4 National expert consensus panel

2009 CPG Infobase

74. There is insufficient evidence to determine the best choice of restoring an endodontically treated premolar with a composite filling versus a crown.

specialties and certifying boards Evidence Education * Associated Topics There is insufficient evidence to determine the best choice of restoring an endodontically treated premolar with a composite filling versus a crown. Judy Fan-Hsu DDS, FAGD . Overview Systematic Review Conclusion There is insufficient evidence to support or refute the effectiveness of conventional fillings over crowns for the restoration of endodontically treated teeth. Critical Summary Assessment This (SR) identified only one (...) There is insufficient evidence to determine the best choice of restoring an endodontically treated premolar with a composite filling versus a crown. There is insufficient evidence to determine the best choice of restoring an endodontically treated premolar with a composite filling versus a crown. ADA Websites Access news, member benefits and ADA policy Attend ADA's premier event Access cutting-edge continuing education courses Find evidence to support your clinical decisions Access member-only

2015 ADA Center for Evidence-Based Dentistry

75. There is insufficient evidence to determine the best choice of restoring an endodontically treated premolar with a composite filling versus a crown.

specialties and certifying boards Evidence Education * Associated Topics There is insufficient evidence to determine the best choice of restoring an endodontically treated premolar with a composite filling versus a crown. Judy Fan-Hsu DDS, FAGD . Overview Systematic Review Conclusion There is insufficient evidence to support or refute the effectiveness of conventional fillings over crowns for the restoration of endodontically treated teeth. Critical Summary Assessment This (SR) identified only one (...) There is insufficient evidence to determine the best choice of restoring an endodontically treated premolar with a composite filling versus a crown. There is insufficient evidence to determine the best choice of restoring an endodontically treated premolar with a composite filling versus a crown. ADA Websites Access news, member benefits and ADA policy Attend ADA's premier event Access cutting-edge continuing education courses Find evidence to support your clinical decisions Access member-only

2015 ADA Center for Evidence-Based Dentistry

76. Collaboration for Addiction and Mental Health Care: Best Advice

Level 52 At the Systems Level 53 At the Practice Level 53 References 55 Appendix A: Leaders’ Forum Participants 62 Appendix B: Stepped Care Model 64 Collaboration for Addiction and Mental Health Care: Best Advice Addiction and Mental Health Collaborative Project Collaboration for Addiction and Mental Health Care: Best Advice Addiction and Mental Health Collaborative Project Page 1 Executive Summary Background Collaboration among providers, both within and across service sectors, has been established (...) as a best practice to address a variety of health issues more effectively. This fact is also true for addiction and mental health services where the co-occurrence of addiction, mental health problems and physical co-morbidity are very common and particularly challenging to address. While Canada has seen substantial momentum at the systems level toward improved collaboration between the mental health and addiction sectors, effective strategies for collaboration at the practice level have not yet been

2015 Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse

77. In a Patient with Gingival Recession, a Connective Tissue Graft Should be Combined with a Coronally Positioned Flap to Provide Best Long-Term Clinical Results

In a Patient with Gingival Recession, a Connective Tissue Graft Should be Combined with a Coronally Positioned Flap to Provide Best Long-Term Clinical Results UTCAT2846, Found CAT view, CRITICALLY APPRAISED TOPICs University: | | ORAL HEALTH EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE PROGRAM View the CAT / Title In a Patient with Gingival Recession, a Connective Tissue Graft Should be Combined with a Coronally Positioned Flap to Provide Best Long-Term Clinical Results Clinical Question In a patient with gingival (...) typical general dental practice patients as well as patients likely to be found in periodontal specialty clinics. Overall, this evidence has wide applicability to patients in dental practices. Specialty/Discipline (Periodontics) Keywords Periodontics, Gingival Recession, Gingival Graft, Connective Tissue Graft ID# 2846 Date of submission: 04/02/2015 E-mail walkerk4@livemail.uthscsa.edu Author Kyle Walker Co-author(s) Co-author(s) e-mail Faculty mentor/Co-author David Lasho, DDS, MSD Faculty mentor/Co

2015 UTHSCSA Dental School CAT Library

78. Evidence-based Clinical Practice Guideline for Deprescribing Cholinesterase Inhibitors and Memantine

and synthesis of the best available scientific evidence, and developed for health professionals practising in an Australian healthcare setting. This publication reflects the views of the authors and not necessarily the views of the Australian Government. Evidence-based clinical practice guideline for deprescribing cholinesterase inhibitors and memantine: 2018 3 Acknowl edgements Funding The development, publication and dissemination of this guideline were funded through an NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research (...) Evidence-based Clinical Practice Guideline for Deprescribing Cholinesterase Inhibitors and Memantine Evidence-based Clinical Practice Guideline for Deprescribing Cholinesterase Inhibitors and Memantine Developing organisations: The University of Sydney NHMRC Partnership Centre: Dealing with Cognitive and Related Functional Decline in Older People (Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre) Bruyère Research Institute, Deprescribing Guidelines in the Elderly Project Evidence-based clinical practice

2018 Clinical Practice Guidelines Portal

79. Communicating with Physicians to Influence Practice ? Rapid Review Update

to be persuasive agents of behavioural change. They helped individuals identify the evidence underlying best practice and facilitated behaviour change. Printed educational materials and computer-generated reminders delivered on paper: Passive information transfer through the distribution of printed recommendations for clinical care. It was typically in paper format such as monographs, publication in peer-reviewed journals and clinical guidelines delivered personally or through mass mailing. They could have (...) difference is the difference between the risk in the exposed and unexposed group. 23 information, tailoring the message to individuals or groups, clinical specialty, type of targeted behaviour, format of the printed educational material, mode of delivery, frequency of delivery) may increase their impact on professional practice, however this is based on a limited number of studies (9). Printed educational materials were effective at influencing practice (4.5% median improvement [IQR 0.5% to 7%]) (11): o

2018 Peel Health Library

80. Practicing emergency medicine in New Zealand: A Canadian’s perspective

Practicing emergency medicine in New Zealand: A Canadian’s perspective Practicing emergency medicine in New Zealand: A Canadian's perspective - CanadiEM Practicing emergency medicine in New Zealand: A Canadian’s perspective In by Rob Woods January 17, 2018 Dr. Rob Woods is a well known Emergency Physician and program director for the FRCPC Emergency Medicine Program at the University of Saskatchewan, who recently practiced emergency medicine in New Zealand on a one-year sabbatical. Here, he (...) . Early morning exercise is a lot easier to motivate yourself to do when you know the weather is almost always nice. I will miss my morning swims in the outdoor pool at Birkenhead watching the sunrise as our sessions would come to an end, and cycling to North Head in Devonport watching the sun shine onto downtown. There was a real fitness culture in New Zealand. The best example was Beach Series, where every Tuesday evening in the summer at Takapuna Beach there was a Paddleboard, Swim or Beach Run

2018 CandiEM

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