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1. Managing and Mitigating Conflict in Health-care Teams

Managing and Mitigating Conflict in Health-care Teams Managing and Mitigating Conflict in Health-care Teams | Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario l’Association des infirmières et infirmiers autorisés de l’Ontario Speaking out for nursing. Speaking out for health. » » Managing and Mitigating Conflict in Health-care Teams Type of Guideline: Healthy Work Environments Status: Published Publish Date: 2012 About this Guideline : The focus for the development of this guideline was managing (...) and mitigating interpersonal conflict among health-care teams with the view that while some conflict is preventable, healthy conflict can also be beneficial. The BPG was developed to assist nurses in all roles and all settings, other health professionals and management teams to enhance positive outcomes for patients/clients, nurses and Health-care teams, and the organization itself. This BPG identifies: Knowledge, competencies and behaviours for effective conflict management; Best practices that effectively

2016 Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario

2. Reducing healthcare conflict: outcomes from using the conflict management framework. (PubMed)

Reducing healthcare conflict: outcomes from using the conflict management framework. To test a new conflict management framework (CMF) to help staff identify and de-escalate conflict between staff and patients/families.Before/after study that reports staff quality of life, frequency/severity of conflicts and qualitative interviews on using the framework. Data were collected from May 2017 to September 2017.A paediatric oncology department day-patient and 23-bed inpatient ward.A two-stage CMF (...) used by staff during daily handovers to identify and then manage conflict cases with families.Staff found the CMFto be helpful in identifying and de-escalating conflicts. The number of conflicts reported decreased by 64% from baseline to follow-up. Communication regarding conflict identification improved. Reports of staff burn-out decreased between the two time-points (n=55 at baseline, n=31 at follow-up; p=0.001). Scores on compassion and secondary traumatic stress did not change.The CMF

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2018 Archives of Disease in Childhood

3. Interactions between a population of fallow deer (Dama dama), humans and crops in a managed composite temperate landscape in southern Sweden: Conflict or opportunity? (PubMed)

Interactions between a population of fallow deer (Dama dama), humans and crops in a managed composite temperate landscape in southern Sweden: Conflict or opportunity? Landscapes composed of agricultural land mixed with forest are desirable since they provide a wide range of diversified ecosystem services, unlike specialized agricultural landscapes, but that creates a trade-off between these land uses since wildlife usually feed on crops and reduce yields. In Nordic countries, where human (...) could be further improved in this case by adopting additional management strategies. In general our study confirmed the economic feasibility of this particular mixed land management.

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2019 PLoS ONE

4. Applying Conflict Management Strategies to the Pediatric Operating Room. (PubMed)

Applying Conflict Management Strategies to the Pediatric Operating Room. Effective communication is essential in today's health care environment, and poor communication can lead to conflict among health care providers. Differences in cultures and beliefs can further incite conflict among health care team members, families, and patients. Pediatric patient care has a higher potential for conflict because decision-making responsibilities are shared among patients, parents/guardians, and clinicians (...) . It is important to understand the phases and types of conflict because each conflict situation requires a different approach to optimize management. Equally important is an understanding of styles used by individuals to manage conflict. The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument and the Dutch Test for Conflict Handling are 2 validated tools used to assess conflict management styles. The different styles include competing/forcing, collaborating/problem solving, compromising, avoiding, and yielding

2019 Anesthesia and Analgesia

5. Managing the conflicts between private interests and public responsibility

Managing the conflicts between private interests and public responsibility Managing the conflicts between private interests and public responsibility - The BMJ ---> The Global Fund partnership is an important mechanism for transferring funds from national, multilateral, and private donors to low and middle income countries to assist in the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. Most of the Global Fund’s contributions come from governments, although there has long been private sector (...) interest in engagement with the Fund for the benefits this might bring them. [1] Since the global financial crisis of 2008, the Global Fund has experienced difficulty in sustaining the flow of donor funds, despite the continuing burden of disease associated with these three diseases. Initiatives by the Global Fund to attract corporate funding inevitably raise important questions regarding conflicts between private interests and public responsibility. The most recent instance is the Global Fund’s

2018 The BMJ Blog

6. Sarah Walpole: Managing conflicts of interest in today’s NHS

Sarah Walpole: Managing conflicts of interest in today’s NHS Sarah Walpole: Managing conflicts of interest in today’s NHS - The BMJ ---> In February NHS England (NHSE) published revised guidance on the management of conflicts of interest (COI). NHSE created a “Task and Finish Group” to consult with stakeholders and produce the guidance. The guidance aims to prevent misappropriation or misspending of NHS funds, and protect individuals from allegations of malpractice. [1] Stimuli for the work (...) included an NHSE audit of 10 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs). Problems identified included incomplete or unpublished registers of declarations of interest, a lack of processes to manage COI in subcommittees, and the absence of sanctions for breaches. [2] The Carter review also raised concerns that the pharmaceutical industry were inappropriately lobbying healthcare professionals. [1] The guidance, however, does not address the single most important COI in today’s NHS: the conflict between

2017 The BMJ Blog

7. Conflict management strategies in coping with students’ disruptive behaviors in the classroom: Systematized review (PubMed)

Conflict management strategies in coping with students’ disruptive behaviors in the classroom: Systematized review Classroom management is leading the class by setting the class schedule, organizing the procedures, supervising the learners' progress, and predicting and solving their problems. Students' disruptive behaviors and classroom management are the most important challenges and concerns of the teachers. The current review aimed to analyze the classroom management techniques (...) in dealing with students' disruptive behaviors were included in conflict management strategies, which were classified into three categories, i.e. cooperative and problem solving strategies, avoidance strategies and punishment strategies. Moreover, the studies mostly emphasized the use of cooperative and problem solving strategies, and the most highlighted methods were making effective mutual communication with students to correct their negative behavior, training and preparing the teachers for dealing

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2018 Journal of advances in medical education & professionalism

8. The effect of domestication on post-conflict management: wolves reconcile while dogs avoid each other (PubMed)

The effect of domestication on post-conflict management: wolves reconcile while dogs avoid each other Highly cooperative social species are expected to engage in frequent reconciliation following conflicts in order to maintain pack cohesiveness and preserve future cooperation. By contrast, in social species with low reliance on cooperation, reconciliation is expected to be less frequent. Here, we investigate the pattern of reconciliation in four captive wolf packs and four captive dog packs. We (...) provide evidence for reconciliation in captive wolves, which are highly dependent on cooperation between pack members, while domestic dogs, which rely on conspecific cooperation less than wolves, avoided interacting with their partners after conflicts. Occurrence, intensity, latency, duration and initiation of wolf reconciliations appeared to vary as a consequence of a compromise between the costs (e.g. risk of further aggression) and the benefits (e.g. restoring relationship with opponents

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2018 Royal Society Open Science

9. Management of financial conflicts of interests in clinical practice guidelines in Germany: results from the public database GuidelineWatch (PubMed)

Management of financial conflicts of interests in clinical practice guidelines in Germany: results from the public database GuidelineWatch The reliability of clinical practice guidelines has been disputed because guideline panel members are often burdened with financial conflicts of interest (COI). Current recommendations for COI regulation advise not only detailed declaration but also active management of conflicts. To continuously assess COI declaration and management in German guidelines we (...) , but abstentions were either not practiced or not documented, whereas in 7% partial abstentions and in 2% complete abstentions were documented. Two thirds of the guideline drafts (67%) were not externally reviewed via a public website.COI are usually documented in detail in German guidelines of the highest methodological level. However, considerable improvement is needed regarding active management of COI, including recruitment of independent experts for guideline projects, abstention from voting

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2018 BMC medical ethics

10. Developing Organizational Competences for Conflict Management: The Use of the Prisoner's Dilemma in Higher Education (PubMed)

Developing Organizational Competences for Conflict Management: The Use of the Prisoner's Dilemma in Higher Education Interpersonal relationship require sophisticated competences of cohabitation. However, the availability of training tools to develop conflict management skills is limited and problematic. The prisoner's dilemma game (PDG), the most widely known example of game theory, a nonzero-sum game, has been used, in higher education, to provide students with an opportunity of active (...) learning and for understanding counterintuitive concepts. It creates a condition of emotive, moral and decisional conflict in and between agents. This paper presents a case-study in higher education in which PDG was proposed to enhance organizational competences for conflict management, according to the psychoanalytic approach to organizational studies. The study aims to explore: (1) the significant characteristics of PDG used in an affective-emotional key in higher education; (2) the learning outcomes

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2018 Frontiers in psychology

11. Shared decision making and decisional conflict in the Management of Vestibular Schwannoma: a prospective cohort study (PubMed)

Shared decision making and decisional conflict in the Management of Vestibular Schwannoma: a prospective cohort study Patients with vestibular schwannomas (VS) are faced with complex management decisions. Watchful waiting, surgical resection, and radiation are all viable options with associated risks and benefits. We sought to determine if patients with VS experience decisional conflict when deciding between surgery or non-surgical management, and factors influencing the degree of decisional (...) conflict.A prospective cohort study in two tertiary ambulatory skull-base clinics was performed. Patients with newly diagnosed or newly growing vestibular schwannomas were recruited. Patients were given a demographic form and the decisional conflict scale (DCS), a validated measure to assess the degree of uncertainty when making medical decisions. The degree of shared decision making (SDM) experienced by the patient and physician were assessed via the SDM-Q-10 and SDM-Q-Doc questionnaires, respectively

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2018 Journal of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery

12. Conflicts of interest disclosure forms and management in critical care clinical practice guidelines. (PubMed)

Conflicts of interest disclosure forms and management in critical care clinical practice guidelines. Trustworthy clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) require identification and careful management of conflicts of interest (COIs) among all participants in the guideline development. Furthermore, COIs are more common than anticipated. However, there are no universally accepted methods to identify and manage COIs.To describe and summarize the current COI disclosure forms and management policies (...) in selected critical care professional societies that develop high-impact CPGs. In addition, we aim to provide suggestions to guideline developers on how to identify and manage different types of COIs.We searched PubMed and MEDLINE for CPGs published between 2013 and 2018 in English language and addressed general critical care topics. We then ranked the CPGs according to the numbers of citations and selected the first five critical care professional societies that sponsored the guidelines. We obtained

2018 Intensive Care Medicine

13. Understanding Conflict Management Styles in Anesthesiology Residents. (PubMed)

Understanding Conflict Management Styles in Anesthesiology Residents. Successful conflict resolution is vital for effective teamwork and is critical for safe patient care in the operating room. Being able to appreciate the differences in training backgrounds, individual knowledge and opinions, and task interdependency necessitates skilled conflict management styles when addressing various clinical and professional scenarios. The goal of this study was to assess conflict styles in anesthesiology (...) residents via self- and counterpart assessment during participation in simulated conflict scenarios.Twenty-two first-year anesthesiology residents (first postgraduate year) participated in this study, which aimed to assess and summarize conflict management styles by 3 separate metrics. One metric was self-assessment with the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI), summarized as percentile scores (0%-99%) for 5 conflict styles: collaborating, competing, accommodating, avoiding, and compromising

2018 Anesthesia and Analgesia

14. Conflicts of interest in the health sector: hospitals can and must act

and pharmaceutical companies. This AP-HP report makes it clear that improved management of conflicts of interest in hospitals is necessary to build patient trust, and because conflicts of interest can result in additional costs. The report recommends measures to root out and prevent conflicts of interest. It is important to stop hospital practitioners from taking on numerous commitments in addition to their paid occupation, thus ensuring that outside activities do not represent a disproportionate percentage (...) Conflicts of interest in the health sector: hospitals can and must act Prescrire IN ENGLISH - Spotlight ''Conflicts of interest in the health sector: hospitals can and must act'', 1 October 2017 {1} {1} {1} | | > > > Conflicts of interest in the health sector: hospitals can and must act Spotlight Every month, the subjects in Prescrire’s Spotlight. 100 most recent :  |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |  Spotlight Conflicts

2017 Prescrire

15. Prescrire's "Non merci" Charter: saying "No thank you" to conflicts of interest

|  Spotlight Prescrire's "Non merci" Charter: saying "No thank you" to conflicts of interest ABOUT PRESCRIRE Prescrire's pioneering "Non merci..." Charter guarantees that Prescrire's editors and managers are free from any conflicts of interest. In order to deliver the best possible care, healthcare professionals need to base their work and their decisions on reliable and independent information. Prescrire's "Non merci..." Charter specifies all the influences to which healthcare professionals (...) and patients are exposed. Signatories pledge to promote quality care, and to act to distance themselves from these influences. The Charter is signed every year by all members of Association Mieux Prescrire. To read the "Non merci..." Charter online, click . No conflicts of interest for the managers and all the members of Editorial Staff Every year, Prescrire's managers, the members of the Editorial Staff and the directors of Association Mieux Prescrire sign a personal statement of absence of conflicts

2017 Prescrire

16. A web-based anger management program for parent-female adolescents' conflicts: a cluster randomized controlled trial. (PubMed)

A web-based anger management program for parent-female adolescents' conflicts: a cluster randomized controlled trial. Objective This cluster randomized control trial was performed to evaluate the effectiveness of a web-based anger management program for mother-female adolescents' conflicts. Methods Eight out of 23 high-schools in District Two of Shiraz, Iran were chosen using random cluster sampling and randomly assigned to an intervention and a control group (each group consisted of four (...) study periods and groups (F = 79.43, p < 0.001). Conclusion This study highlighted the importance of applying a web-based anger management program in decreasing mother-female adolescents' conflicts. Similar studies are recommended to be conducted on the issue.

2017 International journal of adolescent medicine and health

17. Conflict of Interest in Seminal Hepatitis C Virus and Cholesterol Management Guidelines. (PubMed)

Conflict of Interest in Seminal Hepatitis C Virus and Cholesterol Management Guidelines. Little is known regarding whether Institute of Medicine (IOM) standards for managing conflicts of interest (COI) have been met in the development of recent important clinical guidelines.To evaluate adherence to the IOM standards for limits on commercial COI, guideline development, and evaluation of evidence by the 2013 American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association cholesterol management (...) guideline and the 2014 American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and Infectious Diseases Society of America hepatitis C virus management guideline.This study was a retrospective document review of the June 2014 print version of the cholesterol guideline and the final September 2015 print version of the hepatitis C virus guideline. Each guideline was assessed for adherence to the IOM standards for commercial COI published in the 2011 special report Clinical Practice Guidelines We Can Trust.The

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2017 JAMA Internal Medicine

18. Malaria case management by community health workers in the Central African Republic from 2009-2014: overcoming challenges of access and instability due to conflict. (PubMed)

Malaria case management by community health workers in the Central African Republic from 2009-2014: overcoming challenges of access and instability due to conflict. In the Central African Republic (CAR), decades of armed conflict have crippled the public health system. This has left the population without timely access to life-saving services and therefore vulnerable to the numerous consequences of infectious diseases, including malaria. As a response, in 2008 an international non-governmental (...) organization started a network of community health workers (CHWs) in the highly malaria-endemic region of northwest CAR. The area has experienced years of violent clashes between rebel groups and seen hundreds of thousands of people displaced.Data from routine patient registers from 80 CHWs working in Paoua and Markounda sub-prefectures were entered and retrospectively reviewed. The time period covered December 2009-April 2014 and hence different stages of conflict and unrest. Several indicators were

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2017 Malaria journal

19. How are clinical commissioning groups managing conflicts of interest under primary care co-commissioning in England? A qualitative analysis. (PubMed)

How are clinical commissioning groups managing conflicts of interest under primary care co-commissioning in England? A qualitative analysis. From April 2015, NHS England (NHSE) started to devolve responsibility for commissioning primary care services to clinical commissioning groups (CCGs). The aim of this paper is to explore how CCGs are managing potential conflicts of interest associated with groups of GPs commissioning themselves or their practices to provide services.We carried out two (...) care. Particular problems arose with obtaining unbiased clinical input for new incentive schemes and providing support to GP provider federations. Participants in meetings concerning primary care co-commissioning declared conflicts of interest at the outset of meetings. Different approaches were pursued regarding GPs involvement in subsequent discussions and decisions with inconsistency in the exclusion of GPs from meetings. CCG senior management felt confident that the new governance structures

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2017 BMJ open

20. The evolution of airway management - new concepts and conflicts with traditional practice. (PubMed)

The evolution of airway management - new concepts and conflicts with traditional practice. In the last 25 yr, there have been several advances in the safe management of the airway. Videolaryngoscopes and supraglottic airways, now in routine use by new trainees in anaesthesia, have had their genesis in the recent past. The 4th National Audit Project of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Difficult Airway Society published in 2011 a seminal report that has influenced airway management (...) worldwide . Understanding how the report's recommendations were constructed and how clinical guidelines compliment rather than contradict them is important in understanding the tenets of safe airway management. Over the last 25 yr there has been an increasing understanding of the effects of human factors in anaesthesiology: we may not perform in a predictable or optimal manner when faced with unusual and threatening challenges. The place of cricoid pressure in anaesthetic practice has also evolved

2017 British Journal of Anaesthesia

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