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81. Value of Face-to-Face Interactions Between Clinician-Educators and Patients or Students to Improve Health Care Education Full Text available with Trip Pro

Value of Face-to-Face Interactions Between Clinician-Educators and Patients or Students to Improve Health Care Education The power and outreach of the media is enormous and has restructured our society today; the author acknowledges the impact and appreciates the outreach. However, I question the relative lack of focus on physical human interactions and express concern over future training efforts. I have compared and attempted to highlight the components of two interaction scenarios: those (...) of teacher-student, and those of physician-patient. The physician-educators need to generate a discussion regarding the value of each interaction. As a teacher, there is value in online classrooms, and a different value in face-to-face interactions. Similarly, a physician can have major outreach impact by online tele-medicine and tele-education efforts, but in some instances, may need to have the human, physical interaction with the patient. The value of these interactions depends on the roles in which

2018 JMIR human factors

82. Integrating patient safety education into early medical education utilizing cadaver, sponges, and an inter-professional team Full Text available with Trip Pro

Integrating patient safety education into early medical education utilizing cadaver, sponges, and an inter-professional team Introducing patient safety and quality improvement science to medical students is integral to improving healthcare. However, developing and implementing a patient safety curriculum can be challenging in a medical school curriculum that is already densely packed. Our aim was to develop and evaluate the impact of a workshop introducing patient safety and quality improvement (...) science to a large class of first-year medical students.As a part of an evolving longitudinal patient safety curriculum, an introductory workshop on patient safety was integrated into an anatomy course. A high impact event (a simulated "retained sponge" discovery during an anatomy dissection lab) was used to introduce medical error. The educational session which followed consisted of a presentation by an interprofessional team utilizing the retained sponge as example of an error. Use of safety tools

2018 BMC medical education

83. Patient safety competency and educational needs of nursing educators in South Korea. Full Text available with Trip Pro

of attitude compared with relatively lower levels of skill and knowledge regarding patient safety. They reported educational needs of "medication" and "infection prevention" as being higher and "human factors" and "complexity of systems" as being lower. Nursing educators desired different types of education for patient safety.It is necessary to enhance nursing educators' patient safety skills and knowledge by developing and providing an integrated program of patient safety, with various teaching methods (...) Patient safety competency and educational needs of nursing educators in South Korea. Nursing educators must be qualified to teach patient safety to nursing students to ensure patient safety in the clinical field. The purpose of this study was to assess nursing educators' competencies and educational needs for patient safety in hospitals and nursing schools.A mixed-methods sequential explanatory design employed a survey and focus group interview with nursing educators (school clinical

2017 PLoS ONE

84. Can education improve clinical practice concerning delirium in older hospitalised patients? Results of a pre-test post-test study on an educational intervention for nursing staff Full Text available with Trip Pro

Can education improve clinical practice concerning delirium in older hospitalised patients? Results of a pre-test post-test study on an educational intervention for nursing staff Delirium is a common and serious complication of hospitalisation in older adults. It can lead to prolonged hospital stay, institutionalisation, and even death. However, it often remains unrecognised or is not managed adequately. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of an educational intervention (...) for nursing staff on three aspects of clinical practice concerning delirium in older hospitalised patients: the frequency and correctness of screening for delirium using the 13-item Delirium Observation Screening score (DOS), and the frequency of geriatric consultations requested for older patients. The a priori expectations were that there would be an increase in all three of these outcomes.We designed an educational intervention and implemented this on two inpatient hospital units. Before providing

2018 BMC medical education

85. The effect of an intensive patients' education program on anxiety, depression and patient global assessment in diabetic foot ulcer patients with Wagner grade 1/2: A randomized, controlled study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The effect of an intensive patients' education program on anxiety, depression and patient global assessment in diabetic foot ulcer patients with Wagner grade 1/2: A randomized, controlled study. This study aimed to synthetically evaluate the impact of intensive patients' education program (IEP) on anxiety, depression and patient global assessment (PGA) in diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) patients.One hundred eighty DFU patients with Wagner grade 1 and Wagner grade 2 were consecutively recruited (...) in this randomized, controlled study and randomly assigned to IEP group (N = 90) or control group (N = 90) as 1:1 ratio. In the IEP group, patients received the IEP and usual care, and patients in the control group received usual care only. IEP included educating patients and their family members, supervising patients' harmful habits and diets, psychological care for the patients and establishing a patient-physician-nurse WeChat group. Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-anxiety/depression (HADS-A/D) and Zung

2020 Medicine

86. Comparative impact of two continuing education activities targeted at COPD educators on educational outcomes: protocol for a non-randomized controlled study using mixed methods. Full Text available with Trip Pro

. Based on the framework by Moore et al. (J Contin Educ Health Prof 29:1-15, 2009), we will compare the impact of two continuing education (CE) activities on TPE in regard to the following educational outcomes: (1) learning, (2) self-report of competence, (3) performance of the educators, and (4) outcomes of COPD patients who will meet the newly trained educators for TPE.We will conduct a non-randomized controlled study using mixed methods. Educators will first participate in a CE activity on TPE (...) that will include a role-playing simulation (experimental group) or in a lecture on TPE (comparison group) and then will perform TPE in COPD patients. Among educators, we will assess: (1) learning, by measuring knowledge about TPE, and (2) self-report of competence using self-administered questionnaires before and after the activity. Then, after the CE activity, we will assess (3) educators' performance levels in delivering TPE by rating a videotaped TPE intervention. In COPD patients who will meet the newly

2018 BMC health services research

87. Measurement, Education and Tracking in Integrated Care (METRIC): use of a culturally adapted education tool versus standard education to increase engagement in depression treatment among Hispanic patients: study protocol for a randomized control trial Full Text available with Trip Pro

Measurement, Education and Tracking in Integrated Care (METRIC): use of a culturally adapted education tool versus standard education to increase engagement in depression treatment among Hispanic patients: study protocol for a randomized control trial Significant mental health disparities exist for Hispanic populations, especially with regard to depression treatment. Stigma and poor communication between patients and their providers result in low use of antidepressant medications and early (...) in primary care settings. Recent recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force are that primary care providers screen adult patients for depression only if systems are in place to ensure adequate treatment and follow-up.We are conducting a randomized controlled trial among 150 depressed adult Hispanics in a primary care safety net setting, testing the effectiveness of a culturally appropriate depression education intervention to reduce stigma and increase uptake in depression treatment

2017 Trials Controlled trial quality: uncertain

88. PocketMedic as an education tool for people with chronic conditions

PocketMedic as an education tool for people with chronic conditions PocketMedic App - Health Technology Wales > PocketMedic App PocketMedic App Topic Status Complete PocketMedic as an education tool for people with chronic conditions. Summary Health Technology Wales researchers searched for evidence on the use of the PocketMedic app for the management of patients with chronic conditions. HTW’s Assessment Group concluded not to progress this topic further at the present time, although this topic

2019 Health Technology Wales

89. Putting the M back in MFM: Addressing education about disparities in maternal outcomes and care

to highlight gaps in pro- vider and patient education related to racial and ethnic disparities in maternal medical conditions, complica- tions, and care and to identify educational objectives to address these gaps and improve outcomes and care processes. What do providers know about disparities? A survey-based assessment Webegantheprocessby?rstassessingthecurrentstateof knowledge about disparities in health outcomes and healthcare among MFM subspecialists and trainees. In the winter of 2015, we distributed (...) atriskforheartdiseasecouldallowprimarycareprovidersto identify women who are at high risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes, providesafe contraception,andstart preventive programsduringtheprepregnancyperiod. Postpregnancy education may be the most challenging and highest yielding contribution to the well-being of women with cardiovascular disease, and it may be partic- ularly bene?cial for women of color. 5 Through education, patients may be empowered to be most knowledgeable about and the greatest advocates for their own inter- conception, well

2019 Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine

90. Oral retinoid medicines: revised and simplified pregnancy prevention educational materials for healthcare professionals and women

professionals and women New prescriber checklists, patient reminder cards, and pharmacy checklists are available to support the Pregnancy Prevention Programme in women taking acitretin, alitretinoin, and isotretinoin. Advice about the risk of neuropsychiatric reactions has been made consistent for all oral retinoid medicines. Published 19 June 2019 From: Therapeutic area: , , , , , Contents Advice for healthcare professionals about teratogenicity: following a detailed review, educational materials (...) favourable. The review recommended that educational materials for patients and healthcare professionals about pregnancy prevention measures should be simplified and made consistent and warnings about neuropsychiatric disorders harmonised across oral retinoid medicines (see ). Review of the effectiveness of pregnancy prevention measures Revised and simplified educational materials Women and girls of childbearing potential taking oral retinoids to treat dermatological conditions must be supported

2019 MHRA Drug Safety Update

91. Surgery: Preoperative physiotherapy education prevented postoperative pulmonary complications following open upper abdominal surgery

Surgery: Preoperative physiotherapy education prevented postoperative pulmonary complications following open upper abdominal surgery Preoperative physiotherapy education prevented postoperative pulmonary complications following open upper abdominal surgery | BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine 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 Preoperative physiotherapy education prevented postoperative pulmonary complications following open upper abdominal surgery Article Text Commentary Surgery Preoperative physiotherapy education prevented postoperative pulmonary complications following open upper abdominal surgery Shane Patman Statistics from Altmetric.com Commentary on: Boden I

2019 Evidence-Based Medicine

92. Evidence-based practice education for healthcare professions: an expert view Full Text available with Trip Pro

delivery found that a lack of academic and clinical staff knowledgeable in teaching EBP was a barrier to effective and efficient student learning. This was echoed by findings from EBP expert interviews, which correspond with assertions by Hitch and Nicola-Richmond that while recommended educational practices and resources are available, their uptake is somewhat limited. Effective teacher/leader education is required to improve EBP teaching quality. Such formal training should extend to academic (...) . It’s actually integrating the evidence, the patient values, the patient’s pathophysiology, etc. It could be behavioural issues, systems issues…Those are the four quadrants and the clinical expertise is about integrating those together…You’re not actually adding clinical expertise. It seems to me that the clinical expertise is the ability to integrate those four quadrants. (RJ) The provision of training for educators to aid the further development of skills and use of resources necessary

2019 Evidence-Based Medicine

93. Maternal and child health: Utilising social media to educate and inform healthcare professionals, policy-makers and the broader community in evidence-based healthcare Full Text available with Trip Pro

in the Evidence Manifesto was to ‘ Educate professionals, policy-makers and the public in evidence-based healthcare to make informed choices ’. There is no one best way to do this. In fact, policies that approach this issue through one methodology are likely to fail. One medium that is growing in academic activity and engagement is social media, including blogs, forums and social networks. The ability to objectively determine the impact of social media on knowledge translation is challenging. However (...) derived from social media? How do we create a safe environment for communication through social media between healthcare providers and the broader community? We propose that social media can be a valuable tool to disseminate knowledge around evidence-based healthcare, including new research findings and critical appraisal of current practice. We look forward to the academic and clinical community, as well as patients and families and policy-makers, contributing to answering these questions. References

2019 Evidence-Based Medicine

94. Education and training in craft skills dentistry. (Abstract)

Education and training in craft skills dentistry. In order to best use available resources, the dental workforce needs to be sufficiently skilled to provide the correct treatment in the right place in the patient pathway, without need for escalation to secondary care. Education is a means to improve quality of healthcare with significance being placed on the proficiency of teaching and effectiveness of learning. The aim is to make the most efficient use of resources to upskill the existing (...) workforce without significant reduction in the services that can be provided during training. With increasing academic demands on the undergraduate curriculum, there may be an expectation that general dental practitioners involved in vocational training now have a larger role to play in providing clinical training for the graduating dentists of the future. With this in mind, this article provides a narrative overview of the concepts to be considered in dental education and training. More education

2019 British Dental Journal

95. Effects of a Primary Palliative Care Educational System for Teaching Learners at Different Levels of Training. (Abstract)

Effects of a Primary Palliative Care Educational System for Teaching Learners at Different Levels of Training. Interest and appreciation for palliative care (PC) has resulted in increased demand for both PC services and education. The PC rotation has been shown to improve PC knowledge in medical students (MS) and internal medicine (IM) residents, and PC specialists stand poised to direct the primary PC education of learners at different levels of training. To concurrently teach learners (...) of different levels of training on a busy PC service, we created an educational system that emphasizes management of learner schedules, organization of teaching activities, faculty development to improve teaching skills, and learner self-evaluation. Both MS and IM residents showed an improvement in self-assessed competence as well as increased comfort level with seriously ill patients after PC rotation. Careful adjustment of learner schedules has accommodated an increasing number of learners, while

2019 American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine

96. The developing and evaluation of an electronic tool to assess the effect of undergraduate training in palliative care: the electronic international medical education in palliative care (IMEP-e) assessment tool. Full Text available with Trip Pro

is required to identify where current training is sub-optimal and ensure future doctors are equipped to meet the needs of their patients. The aim of this study is to assess the utility of an electronic International Medical Education in Palliative Care (IMEP-e) assessment tool that examines the preparedness of clinicians to provide PC.A multi-phase pilot study. Phase 1: To transpose the Self-Efficacy Palliative Care Scale (SEPCs) and the Thanatophobia Scale (TS) to an electronic format and evaluate its (...) The developing and evaluation of an electronic tool to assess the effect of undergraduate training in palliative care: the electronic international medical education in palliative care (IMEP-e) assessment tool. With increased demand for palliative care (PC), the World Health Organisation (WHO) have called for PC teaching to be made routine. However, medical students report feeling unprepared in dealing with end-of-life care. Necessary benchmarking of the preparedness of clinicians to provide PC

2019 BMC Palliative Care

97. Primary Palliative Care for Emergency Medicine (PRIM-ER): Protocol for a Pragmatic, Cluster-Randomised, Stepped Wedge Design to Test the Effectiveness of Primary Palliative Care Education, Training and Technical Support for Emergency Medicine. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Primary Palliative Care for Emergency Medicine (PRIM-ER): Protocol for a Pragmatic, Cluster-Randomised, Stepped Wedge Design to Test the Effectiveness of Primary Palliative Care Education, Training and Technical Support for Emergency Medicine. Emergency departments (ED) care for society's most vulnerable older adults who present with exacerbations of chronic disease at the end of life, yet the clinical paradigm focuses on treatment of acute pathologies. Palliative care interventions in the ED (...) , multidisciplinary primary palliative care education; (2) simulation-based workshops; (3) clinical decision support; and (4) audit and feedback. The study is divided into two phases: a pilot phase, to ensure feasibility in two sites, and an implementation and evaluation phase, where we implement the intervention and test the effectiveness in 33 EDs over 2 years. Using Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) data, we will assess the primary outcomes in approximately 300 000 patients: ED disposition

2019 BMJ open Controlled trial quality: uncertain

98. Cognitively-Based Compassion Training versus cancer health education to improve health-related quality of life in survivors of solid tumor cancers and their informal caregivers: study protocol for a randomized controlled pilot trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Cognitively-Based Compassion Training versus cancer health education to improve health-related quality of life in survivors of solid tumor cancers and their informal caregivers: study protocol for a randomized controlled pilot trial. Cancer survivors and their informal caregivers (family members, close friends) often experience significant impairments in health-related quality of life (HRQOL), including disruptions in psychological, physical, social, and spiritual well-being both during (...) and after primary cancer treatment. The purpose of this in-progress pilot trial is to determine acceptability and preliminary efficacy (as reflected by effect sizes) of CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training) compared with a cancer health education (CHE) attention control to improve the primary outcome of depressive symptoms and secondary outcomes of other HRQOL domains (e.g., anxiety, fatigue), biomarkers of inflammation and diurnal cortisol rhythm, and healthcare utilization-related outcomes

2019 Trials Controlled trial quality: uncertain

99. Simulation-Based Education to Train Learners to "Speak Up" in the Clinical Environment: Results of a Randomized Trial. (Abstract)

Simulation-Based Education to Train Learners to "Speak Up" in the Clinical Environment: Results of a Randomized Trial. Assertiveness is essential for communication and/or speaking up. We performed a randomized trial to assess the effectiveness of assertiveness/advocacy/CUS/two-challenge rule (AACT) simulation-based education for labor and delivery, as well as postpartum nurses. We aimed to determine whether this training would improve labor and delivery and postpartum nurses speaking up (...) in the clinical setting.We conducted a randomized controlled trial among nurses on labor and delivery and postpartum units. During the intervention, participants were trained on abnormal vital signs, underwent a baseline assertiveness self-assessment, and were block-randomized (by work location: labor and delivery or postpartum) to either simulation-based AACT (intervention) or I-PASS [Illness Severity, Patient Summary, Action List, Situational Awareness and Contingency Planning, Synthesis by Receiver hand

2019 Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare Controlled trial quality: uncertain

100. Being there: protocol for a scoping review of the medical education literature on grief support training for medical professionals. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Being there: protocol for a scoping review of the medical education literature on grief support training for medical professionals. Medical trainees and professionals do not perceive that they are adequately taught the skills to address issues of grief with their patients. Atypical grief responses can prolong suffering, interrupt normal activities and lead to increased morbidity and mortality. Grief training can help physicians cope with feelings about and responses to suffering, loss and death (...) in a way that improves both physician and patient/family wellness. This scoping review will describe the current landscape of grief training worldwide in medical school and residency and in continuing professional development in the disciplines of paediatrics, family medicine and psychiatry. The ultimate goal is to help physicians support patients experiencing grief.The study design has been adapted from Arksey and O'Malley's review methodology. We will work with an information specialist who will run

2019 BMJ open

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