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181. Obesity Bias in Training: Attitudes, Beliefs, and Observationsamong Advanced Trainees in Professional Health Disciplines. (PubMed)

Obesity Bias in Training: Attitudes, Beliefs, and Observationsamong Advanced Trainees in Professional Health Disciplines. This study examined weight bias among students training in health disciplines and its associations with their perceptions about treating patients with obesity, causes of obesity, and observations of weight bias by instructors and peers.Students (N = 107) enrolled in a post-graduate health discipline (Physician Associate, Clinical Psychology, Psychiatric Residency) completed (...) frustration in these areas. The effect of students' weight bias on expectations for treatment compliance of patients with obesity was partially mediated by beliefs that obesity is caused by behavioral factors.Weight bias is commonly observed by students in health disciplines, who themselves report frustrations and stereotypes about treating patients with obesity. These findings contribute new knowledge about weight bias among students and provide several targets for medical training

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2013 Obesity

182. Health care providers' perspective on using family history in the prevention of type 2 diabetes: a qualitative study including different disciplines. (PubMed)

Health care providers' perspective on using family history in the prevention of type 2 diabetes: a qualitative study including different disciplines. Family history (FH) is considered an important factor to detect individuals at increased risk developing type 2 diabetes (T2D). Moreover, FH information could be used to personalise risk messages, which are assumed to increase risk-reducing behaviours. In this study, we aimed to explore Dutch health care professionals' attitudes regarding current

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2013 BMC Family Practice

183. Assessing the Team SA Instrument in Measuring the Effectiveness of Communication Across Disciplines During ICU Rounds

Assessing the Team SA Instrument in Measuring the Effectiveness of Communication Across Disciplines During ICU Rounds Assessing the Team SA Instrument in Measuring the Effectiveness of Communication Across Disciplines During ICU Rounds - 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. Assessing the Team SA Instrument in Measuring the Effectiveness of Communication Across Disciplines During ICU Rounds 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: NCT01856608 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : May

2013 Clinical Trials

184. Validation of the da Vinci Surgical Skill Simulator across three surgical disciplines: A pilot study (PubMed)

Validation of the da Vinci Surgical Skill Simulator across three surgical disciplines: A pilot study In this paper, we evaluate face, content and construct validity of the da Vinci Surgical Skills Simulator (dVSSS) across 3 surgical disciplines.In total, 48 participants from urology, gynecology and general surgery participated in the study as novices (0 robotic cases performed), intermediates (1-74) or experts (≥75). Each participant completed 9 tasks (Peg board level 2, match board level 2

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2013 Canadian Urological Association Journal

185. Trajectories of Mothers' Discipline Strategies and Interparental Conflict: Interrelated Change during Middle Childhood (PubMed)

Trajectories of Mothers' Discipline Strategies and Interparental Conflict: Interrelated Change during Middle Childhood Using data collected annually when children were in kindergarten through 3rd grade (N = 478), this study investigated changes in mothers' use of nonharsh, harsh verbal, and physical discipline; changes in interparental conflict; and associations between changes in discipline and interparental conflict. Controlling for potential confounds, physical discipline decreased over (...) the course of middle childhood, whereas harsh verbal and nonharsh discipline remained stable. Increases in interparental conflict were associated with increases in physical discipline; decreases in interparental conflict were associated with decreases in physical discipline. Change in interparental conflict was unrelated to change in harsh verbal or nonharsh discipline, although more frequent interparental conflict was associated with more frequen10t use of all three types of discipline in 1st grade

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2013 Journal of family communication

186. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ACE GENE VARIATION AND AEROBIC CAPACITY IN WINTER ENDURANCE DISCIPLINES (PubMed)

THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ACE GENE VARIATION AND AEROBIC CAPACITY IN WINTER ENDURANCE DISCIPLINES The aim of the study was to examine the possible relationship between I/D polymorphism of ACE gene and selected indices of aerobic capacity among male and female athletes practising winter endurance sports. Sixty-six well-trained athletes (female n = 26, male n = 40), aged 18.4 ± 2.8 years, representing winter endurance sports (cross-country skiing, n = 48; biathlon, n = 8; Nordic combined, n = 10

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2013 Biology of Sport

187. Disciplined doctors: does the sex of a doctor matter? A cross-sectional study examining the association between a doctor's sex and receiving sanctions against their medical registration. (PubMed)

Disciplined doctors: does the sex of a doctor matter? A cross-sectional study examining the association between a doctor's sex and receiving sanctions against their medical registration. To examine the association between doctors' sex and receiving sanctions on their medical registration, while controlling for other potentially confounding variables.Cross-sectional study.The General Medical Council (GMC)'s List of Registered Medical Practitioners (LRMP) database of doctors practising

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2014 BMJ open

188. Clinical concept mapping: Does it improve discipline-based critical thinking of nursing students? (PubMed)

Clinical concept mapping: Does it improve discipline-based critical thinking of nursing students? Enhancing nursing students' critical thinking is a challenge faced by nurse educators. This study aimed at determining the effect of clinical concept mapping on discipline-based critical thinking of nursing students.In this quasi-experimental post-test only design, a convenient sample of 4(th) year nursing students (N = 32) participated. They were randomly divided into two groups. The experimental

2014 Iranian journal of nursing and midwifery research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

189. Personalized Medicine Across Disciplines and without Borders. Vural Özdemir speaks to Hannah Wilson, Commissioning Editor (PubMed)

Personalized Medicine Across Disciplines and without Borders. Vural Özdemir speaks to Hannah Wilson, Commissioning Editor Vural Özdemir began his career as a medical doctor in Turkey in 1990, as a scientist at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto (ON, Canada), where he obtained his MSc and PhD in clinical pharmacology (1998), and subsequently completed a 4-year postdoctoral fellowship in personalized medicine with the late Werner Kalow, a founding pioneer in the field

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2014 Personalized medicine

190. An overview of the challenges in designing, integrating, and delivering BARD: a public chemical biology resource and query portal across multiple organizations, locations, and disciplines (PubMed)

An overview of the challenges in designing, integrating, and delivering BARD: a public chemical biology resource and query portal across multiple organizations, locations, and disciplines Recent industry-academic partnerships involve collaboration among disciplines, locations, and organizations using publicly funded "open-access" and proprietary commercial data sources. These require the effective integration of chemical and biological information from diverse data sources, which presents key

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2014 Journal of biomolecular screening

191. Healing Circles: An Ethnographic Study of the Interactions Among Health and Healing Practitioners From Multiple Disciplines (PubMed)

Healing Circles: An Ethnographic Study of the Interactions Among Health and Healing Practitioners From Multiple Disciplines "Healing circle" is a term that has been employed by a group of Northern California integrative medicine researchers as we embarked on an 8-year ethnographic study. As a clinical medical anthropologist and registered nurse specializing in integrative practice and behavioral health, I undertook this study with colleagues from various health disciplines.

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2014 Global Advances in Health and Medicine

192. Does fiscal discipline towards subnational governments affect citizens' well-being? Evidence on health. (PubMed)

Does fiscal discipline towards subnational governments affect citizens' well-being? Evidence on health. This paper aims to assess the impact on citizens' well-being of fiscal discipline imposed by the central government on subnational governments. Because healthcare policies involve strategic interactions between different layers of governments in many different countries, we focus on a particular dimension of well-being, namely citizens' health. We model fiscal discipline by considering

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2014 Health economics

193. Cardiovascular oncology: a new discipline inside internal medicine? (PubMed)

Cardiovascular oncology: a new discipline inside internal medicine? Cardiovascular disease and cancer incidence and prevalence have risen over the past few decades to become the leading causes of death. On the one hand, cancer patients will be treated with cardiotoxic chemotherapies; on the other, cardiovascular patients will receive a new diagnosis of cancer and will have to face treatments that may worsen their disease. Moreover, venous thromboembolism can commonly complicate the natural

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2014 Internal and emergency medicine

194. Why parents value a brief required primary care intervention that teaches discipline strategies. (PubMed)

Why parents value a brief required primary care intervention that teaches discipline strategies. English- or Spanish-speaking caregivers of 1- to 5-year-old children were instructed to view a 5- to 10-minute educational intervention in a pediatric clinic as part of the well child visit. Almost all (128/129) parents reported that the program was a valuable component of the well child visit, and of these, all 128 (100%) gave at least one reason. Most parents valued the program at a personal level (...) , reporting that the program was educational (76.6%), reinforced their parenting (8.6%), or facilitated a discussion with their physician (2.3%). A total of 16% valued the program because it might benefit other parents. A brief routine primary care intervention that teaches discipline strategies is valued by English- and Spanish-speaking parents of young children. These findings have implications for how to routinely teach parents about discipline in primary care and the primary prevention of violence.

2012 Clinical pediatrics Controlled trial quality: uncertain

196. The development of general practice as an academic discipline in Germany - an analysis of research output between 2000 and 2010. (PubMed)

The development of general practice as an academic discipline in Germany - an analysis of research output between 2000 and 2010. Governmental funding support is seen as a prerequisite for the growth of research in general practice. Several funding programs in the amount of € 13.2 Mio were introduced in Germany from 2002 to February 2012. We aim to provide an overview of publications reporting original data and systematic reviews from German academic family medicine published between 2000

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2012 BMC Family Practice

197. Disciplined doctors: The electronic medical record and physicians' changing relationship to medical knowledge. (PubMed)

Disciplined doctors: The electronic medical record and physicians' changing relationship to medical knowledge. This study explores the effects of the electronic medical record (EMR) on the power of the medical profession. It is based on twenty-five in-depth interviews with administrators and physicians across three departments of a large, U.S. integrated health system, as well as ethnographic observation, all of which took place between September of 2009 and December of 2010. While scholarship

2012 Social Science & Medicine

198. An international comparative family medicine study of the Transition project data from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Is family medicine an international discipline? Comparing diagnostic odds ratios across populations. (PubMed)

An international comparative family medicine study of the Transition project data from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Is family medicine an international discipline? Comparing diagnostic odds ratios across populations. This is an international study of the epidemiology of family medicine (FM) in three practice populations from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Diagnostic associations between common reasons for encounter (RfEs) and episodes titles are compared and similarities

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2012 Family Practice

199. An international comparative family medicine study of the Transition Project data from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Is family medicine an international discipline? Comparing incidence and prevalence rates of reasons for encounter and diagnostic titl (PubMed)

An international comparative family medicine study of the Transition Project data from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Is family medicine an international discipline? Comparing incidence and prevalence rates of reasons for encounter and diagnostic titl This is a study of the epidemiology of family medicine (FM) in three practice populations from the Netherlands, Malta and Serbia. Incidence and prevalence rates, especially of reasons for encounter (RfEs) and episode labels (...) in such distributions. FM is a complex discipline, and the reduction of the content of a consultation into one or more medical diagnoses, ignoring the patient's RfE, is a coarse reduction, which lacks power to fully characterize a population's health care needs. In fact, RfE distributions seem to be more consistent between populations than distributions of EoCs are, in many respects.

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2012 Family Practice

200. Low back pain-related beliefs and likely practice behaviours among final-year cross-discipline health students. (PubMed)

Low back pain-related beliefs and likely practice behaviours among final-year cross-discipline health students. Evidence points to clinicians' beliefs and practice behaviours related to low back pain (LBP), which are discordant with contemporary evidence. While interventions to align beliefs and behaviours with evidence among clinicians have demonstrated effectiveness, a more sustainable and cost-effective approach to positively developing workforce capacity in this area may be to target (...) the emerging workforce. The aim of this study was to investigate beliefs and clinical recommendations for LBP, and their alignment to evidence, in Australian university allied health and medical students.Final-year students in chiropractic, medicine, occupational therapy, pharmacy and physiotherapy disciplines in three Western Australian universities responded to a survey. Demographic data, LBP-related beliefs data [modified Health Care Providers Pain and Impact Relationship Scale (HC-PAIRS) and the Back

2012 European Journal of Pain

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