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41. Tailoring an educational program on the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators to meet stakeholder needs: lessons learned in the VA. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Tailoring an educational program on the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators to meet stakeholder needs: lessons learned in the VA. Given that patient safety measures are increasingly used for public reporting and pay-for performance, it is important for stakeholders to understand how to use these measures for improvement. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Patient Safety Indicators (PSIs) are one particularly visible set of measures that are now used primarily for public reporting (...) and pay-for-performance among both private sector and Veterans Health Administration (VA) hospitals. This trend generates a strong need for stakeholders to understand how to interpret and use the PSIs for quality improvement (QI). The goal of this study was to develop an educational program and tailor it to stakeholders' needs. In this paper, we share what we learned from this program development process.Our study population included key VA stakeholders involved in reviewing performance reports

2018 BMC health services research

42. Learning by Repetitive Viewing of Peer Modeling Patient Education Videos by Adults With Down Syndrome

Learning by Repetitive Viewing of Peer Modeling Patient Education Videos by Adults With Down Syndrome Learning by Repetitive Viewing of Peer Modeling Patient Education Videos by Adults With Down Syndrome - 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. Learning by Repetitive Viewing of Peer Modeling Patient Education Videos by Adults With Down Syndrome 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. of clinical studies and talk to your health care provider before participating. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03551418 Recruitment

2018 Clinical Trials

43. E-learning for medical education: reflections of learners on patients Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning for medical education: reflections of learners on patients There is a growing research interest in how healthcare professionals learn online. This paper reports an analysis of reflections that relate to patients from users of an e-learning resource, BMJ Learning.Healthcare professionals who use BMJ Learning are encouraged to reflect on their learning. Over one year, all of the learners' reflections that related to patients were captured by the programme's software and were analysed (...) using thematic analysis.A number of key themes emerged from this analysis: many learners reflected on patients in the context of their disease; many learners reflected on how they had put their learning into action or planned to put their learning into action for the benefit of patients; many learners reflected on how they would pass on what they had learned to patients; learners greatly appreciated patients contributing to the learning.Learners predominantly reflect about patients in the context

2018 The Ulster medical journal

44. Educating patient-centered, systems-aware physicians: a qualitative analysis of medical student perceptions of value-added clinical systems learning roles Full Text available with Trip Pro

Educating patient-centered, systems-aware physicians: a qualitative analysis of medical student perceptions of value-added clinical systems learning roles Medical schools have a critical need to develop roles for students that are "value-added," defined as "…experiential roles that can positively impact health outcomes while also enhancing student knowledge, attitudes, and skills in Clinical or Health Systems Science." Following implementation of value-added clinical systems learning roles (...) results and quotations.A total of 792 logs from 363 patients and six interviews were completed and analyzed. Students reported six educational benefits of performing value-added clinical systems learning roles in the health system, including enhanced understanding of and appreciation for a patient's perspective on health care and his/her health, barriers and social determinants of health, health care systems and delivery, interprofessional collaboration and teamwork, clinical medicine, and approach

2018 BMC medical education

45. Formatting an experiential learning education module to encourage dysphagia assessment in apheresis patients. (Abstract)

Formatting an experiential learning education module to encourage dysphagia assessment in apheresis patients. Dysphagia screening is oftentimes a focus of hospitalized patients, but dysphagia can also occur in outpatient settings. Dysphagia can be overlooked by nurses and clinicians, and it is therefore important to educate nurses on the importance of dysphagia screenings.This was a randomized prospective pilot study to compare the effect of experiential learning versus traditional PowerPoint (...) learning regarding nurses' attitudes towards performing dysphagia screening in an outpatient setting. Twelve pre and post-test surveys were collected from nurses working in outpatient apheresis about their attitudes towards dysphagia screening. Additionally, 128 electronic medical records (EMR) were reviewed to determine if education increased the occurrence of dysphagia screening.There was a statistically significant difference in the pre vs. post-test group scores (P < .001), but due to small sample

2018 Journal of clinical apheresis Controlled trial quality: uncertain

46. The effects of graduate competency-based education and mastery learning on patient care and return on investment: a narrative review of basic anesthetic procedures Full Text available with Trip Pro

The effects of graduate competency-based education and mastery learning on patient care and return on investment: a narrative review of basic anesthetic procedures Despite the widespread implementation of competency-based education, evidence of ensuing enhanced patient care and cost-benefit remains scarce. This narrative review uses the Kirkpatrick/Phillips model to investigate the patient-related and organizational effects of graduate competency-based medical education for five basic (...) catheterization. Furthermore, the procedural competency, retention of skills and patient care as evaluated by fewer complications improved in 20 of the reported studies.Evidence suggests that competency-based education with procedural central venous catheterization courses have positive effects on patient care and are both cost-effective. However, more rigorously controlled and reproducible studies are needed. Specifically, future studies could focus on organizational effects and the possibility

2018 BMC medical education

47. Six key topics informal carers of patients with breathlessness in advanced disease want to learn about and why: MRC phase I study to inform an educational intervention. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Six key topics informal carers of patients with breathlessness in advanced disease want to learn about and why: MRC phase I study to inform an educational intervention. Breathlessness is a common symptom of advanced disease placing a huge burden on patients, health systems and informal carers (families and friends providing daily help and support). It causes distress and isolation. Carers provide complex personal, practical and emotional support yet often feel ill-prepared to care. They lack (...) knowledge and confidence in their caring role. The need to educate carers and families about breathlessness is established, yet we lack robustly developed carer-targeted educational interventions to meet their needs.We conducted a qualitative interview study with twenty five purposively-sampled patient-carer dyads living with breathlessness in advanced disease (half living with advanced cancer and half with advanced chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). We sought to identify carers' educational

2017 PLoS ONE

48. Randomized Clinical Trial Comparison of the Effect of Verbal Education and Education Booklet on Preoperative Anxiety. (Abstract)

Randomized Clinical Trial Comparison of the Effect of Verbal Education and Education Booklet on Preoperative Anxiety. Comparing the effect of verbal education and education booklet on preoperative anxiety.This study was a randomized clinical trial.Sixty patients were randomly allocated into three groups: control, booklet, and verbal education. The data were collected using Spielberger's State-Trait Anxiety Inventory before and after intervention. SPSS (version 20; IBM, Armonk, NY) with analysis (...) of variance and the dependent t test were used for analysis.After intervention, there was a significant difference between the mean scores of state anxiety scale among the intervention groups (booklet and verbal) with the control group (P < .05). The mean difference between the two intervention groups (booklet and verbal) was not significant (P > .05).According to the results, and given that nurses work under time pressure in Iran and other societies, it is concluded that well-designed education booklets

2018 Journal of perianesthesia nursing : official journal of the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses Controlled trial quality: uncertain

49. Effect of Intensive Patient Education vs Placebo Patient Education on Outcomes in Patients With Acute Low Back Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effect of Intensive Patient Education vs Placebo Patient Education on Outcomes in Patients With Acute Low Back Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Many patients with acute low back pain do not recover with basic first-line care (advice, reassurance, and simple analgesia, if necessary). It is unclear whether intensive patient education improves clinical outcomes for those patients already receiving first-line care.To determine the effectiveness of intensive patient education for patients (...) weeks' duration and a high risk of developing chronic low back pain according to Predicting the Inception of Chronic Pain (PICKUP) Tool, a validated prognostic model. Participants were randomized in a 1:1 ratio to either patient education or placebo patient education.All participants received recommended first-line care for acute low back pain from their usual practitioner. Participants received additional 2 × 1-hour sessions of patient education (information on pain and biopsychosocial contributors

2018 JAMA neurology Controlled trial quality: predicted high

50. Preparation and patient education prior to colonoscopy

Preparation and patient education prior to colonoscopy Preparation and patient education prior to colonoscopy Preparation and patient education prior to colonoscopy Leas B, Umscheid CA Record Status This is a bibliographic record of a published health technology assessment from a member of INAHTA. No evaluation of the quality of this assessment has been made for the HTA database. Citation Leas B, Umscheid CA. Preparation and patient education prior to colonoscopy. Philadelphia: Center

2017 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

51. Patient lifestyle education for lung transplant recipients

Patient lifestyle education for lung transplant recipients Patient lifestyle education for lung transplant recipients Patient lifestyle education for lung transplant recipients Leas B, Mull, N. Record Status This is a bibliographic record of a published health technology assessment from a member of INAHTA. No evaluation of the quality of this assessment has been made for the HTA database. Citation Leas B, Mull, N.. Patient lifestyle education for lung transplant recipients. Philadelphia: Center

2017 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

52. Randomised controlled trial: Web-based educational intervention improves enrolled nurses’ knowledge and performance with deteriorating patients

Randomised controlled trial: Web-based educational intervention improves enrolled nurses’ knowledge and performance with deteriorating patients Web-based educational intervention improves enrolled nurses’ knowledge and performance with deteriorating patients | Evidence-Based Nursing We use cookies to improve our service and to tailor our content and advertising to you. You can manage your cookie settings via your browser at any time. To learn more about how we use cookies, please see our . Log (...) in using your username and password For personal accounts OR managers of institutional accounts Username * Password * your user name or password? Search for this keyword Search for this keyword Main menu Log in using your username and password For personal accounts OR managers of institutional accounts Username * Password * your user name or password? You are here Web-based educational intervention improves enrolled nurses’ knowledge and performance with deteriorating patients Article Text Nurse

2018 Evidence-Based Nursing

53. Valproate (Epilim, Depakote) pregnancy prevention programme: updated educational materials

of childbearing potential, unless the conditions of the valproate pregnancy prevention programme are met changes have been made to the educational materials to support healthcare professionals and female patients; the updates clarify the existing regulatory situation and are not due to new advice use the updated educational materials to support the valproate Pregnancy Prevention Programme (dated November 2019): review all girls and women of childbearing potential using valproate medicines to ensure (...) boxes (for pharmacies) a letter and updated educational materials. The most recent materials are all dated as November 2019 for consistency. To order new or further materials, please contact Sanofi medical information department on 0845 372 7101 or email . Booklet for healthcare professionals Following comments from the MHRA and stakeholders, including healthcare professionals and patient groups, updates were made to the content of the . The main changes made from the previous version (dated May

2020 MHRA Drug Safety Update

54. Nurse education models and frameworks

(Informal and formal education) A number of models have been summarised to look at how learning, teaching and assessment can be integrated to benefit the learner and the benefits this may have in nursing education and continuing professional development courses. [4] These domains refer to specific element of skill acquisition, knowledge creation or value and attitude development that happens during formal and informal learning. Furthermore, learning in nursing was divided into three distinct domains (...) . Ten advantages of centralised nurse education service model Nurse education models and frameworks: A Scoping Review 10 2. Learning models in nursing education (Informal and formal education) A number of models have been summarised to look at how learning, teaching and assessment can be integrated to benefit the learner and the benefits this may have in nursing education and continuing professional development courses. [4] These domains refer to specific element of skill acquisition, knowledge

2019 Monash Health Evidence Reviews

55. Review of evidence to inform a best practice model of community diabetes education

) [2] In a systematic review on indigenous Indians, effectiveness of interventions differed by region. The majority of studies targeting diabetes knowledge and related practices as well as patients’ quality of life through educational interventions reported significant improvement in the targeted outcomes. Among education studies conducted in Europe targeting knowledge of and practices related to diabetes, education intervention was not consistently associated with the improvement of the outcomes (...) ) and their variants Role Impact • Collaborate with diabetes educators and other health care providers • Increase knowledge and self-sufficiency through outreach, community education, informal counselling, social support, and advocacy • Bridge the gap between ethnic, cultural, or geographic communities and health care providers • Instil ownership of health problems, foster trust, and facilitate the assimilation of medical innovations • Educate patients, identify resources, provide case management, coordinate care

2019 Monash Health Evidence Reviews

56. Characteristics of Existing Asthma Self-Management Education Packages

AS-ME packages for adults, adolescents, children, and parents, designed for use in schools, community-based sites, healthcare facilities, or patient homes. Most packages facilitate education in-person with an instructor, while a few are self-directed. Learning materials are typically paper based, and few packages incorporate audiovisual or online content. Most packages are available in English and Spanish, and most are free. Packages address asthma knowledge, medication and device use, symptom (...) learning is delivered in person to adult patients or parents, education is facilitated by a nurse, a respiratory therapist, or a nonclinical professional trained specifically in asthma education, such as a community health worker or other health educator. School-based programs are typically led by school nurses, or teachers who receive specialized training in health education. The packages are generally designed to be taught successfully by any of these categories of healthcare or educational

2020 Effective Health Care Program (AHRQ)

57. Towards healthy learning climates in postgraduate medical education: exploring the role of hospital-wide education committees Full Text available with Trip Pro

Towards healthy learning climates in postgraduate medical education: exploring the role of hospital-wide education committees Postgraduate medical education prepares residents for delivery of high quality patient care during training as well as for later practice, which makes high quality residency training programs crucial to safeguard patient care. Healthy learning climates contribute to high quality postgraduate medical education. In several countries, modernization of postgraduate medical (...) education has resulted in hospital-wide responsibilities for monitoring learning climates. This study investigates the association between the actions undertaken by hospital-wide education committees and learning climates in postgraduate medical education.Research conducted in December 2010 invited 57 chairs of hospital-wide education committees to complete a questionnaire on their implemented level of quality improvement policies. We merged the survey data from 21 committees that oversaw training

2017 BMC medical education

58. Tablet computers versus optical aids to support education and learning in children and young people with low vision: protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial, CREATE (Children Reading with Electronic Assistance To Educate). Full Text available with Trip Pro

Tablet computers versus optical aids to support education and learning in children and young people with low vision: protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial, CREATE (Children Reading with Electronic Assistance To Educate). Low vision and blindness adversely affect education and independence of children and young people. New 'assistive' technologies such as tablet computers can display text in enlarged font, read text out to the user, allow speech input and conversion into typed text (...) reference 15/NS/0068; dissemination is planned via healthcare and education sector conferences and publications, as well as via patient support organisations.NCT02798848; IRAS ID 179658, UCL reference 15/0570.© Article author(s) (or their employer(s) unless otherwise stated in the text of the article) 2017. All rights reserved. No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted.

2017 BMJ open Controlled trial quality: uncertain

59. Physician Training and Qualification to Educate Patients on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Stimulant Diversion and Misuse. (Abstract)

Physician Training and Qualification to Educate Patients on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Stimulant Diversion and Misuse. The increased number of adolescents diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in recent years has raised concerns regarding diversion and misuse of prescription stimulant medications. As prescribers of these medications, physicians must be prepared to educate patients on these issues. This is the first study to evaluate physician training (...) prescribe stimulants. Only 48% of physicians reported receiving formal training on prescription drug diversion (PDD) in medical school, residency, and/or fellowship. Twenty five percent and 48% of physicians felt inadequately qualified to educate patients on the health and legal consequences, respectively, of stimulant misuse and diversion. CAPs were more likely to have received formal training and felt better qualified to educate patients than CNs and DBPs. Physicians who received formal training were

2018 Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology

60. Group-based patient education delivered by nurses to meet a clinical standard for glaucoma information provision: the G-TRAIN feasibility study Full Text available with Trip Pro

Group-based patient education delivered by nurses to meet a clinical standard for glaucoma information provision: the G-TRAIN feasibility study Globally, glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness. However, many patients with glaucoma do not understand their disease which reportedly impacts on their ability to manage their condition successfully. The aim of this feasibility study was to undertake research to inform a future randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of group (...) -based education for patients to improve adherence to glaucoma eyedrops.Key objectives were to understand current provision of information during routine nurse-led glaucoma consultations, to investigate if it is possible to deliver patient information in line with a clinical standard by training nurses to deliver group-based education in multiple hospital sites and to explore the acceptability of group-based education to nurses and patients compared with usual information provision in consultations

2018 Pilot and feasibility studies Controlled trial quality: uncertain

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