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121. Three-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial comparing preoperative neuroscience education for patients undergoing surgery for lumbar radiculopathy. (PubMed)

Three-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial comparing preoperative neuroscience education for patients undergoing surgery for lumbar radiculopathy. Results from a previous multicenter randomized controlled trial (RCT) on preoperative pain neuroscience education (PNE) for lumbar radiculopathy found no significant difference in patient reported outcomes between groups. However, patients who received PNE viewed their surgical experience more favorably and utilized significantly less (...) , with those patients spending less on X-rays and visits to their family physician, physical therapist, and massage therapist. There were no differences in patient reported outcomes between groups. Patients who received PNE continued to view their surgical experience more favorably compared to those that did not.Adding a single PNE session prior to surgery for lumbar radiculopathy results in significant healthcare savings over 3 years. Educating such patients about normal responses to lumbar surgery (LS

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2017 Journal of spine surgery (Hong Kong) Controlled trial quality: uncertain

122. Effect of serious digital games for patient care in pharmaceutical education

Effect of serious digital games for patient care in pharmaceutical education Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. The registrant confirms that the information supplied for this submission is accurate and complete. CRD bears no responsibility or liability for the content of this registration record, any associated files or external websites. Email

2019 PROSPERO

123. Assessment of conductive education for children and adolescents with brain damage

, and quality of life. Our certainty to the evidence was low to very low judged by Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation (GRADE). None of the studies examined psychological health, or safety. In 2015, the total cost of conductive education was 13,351,367 Norwegian kroner. The average cost was 79,002 Norwegian kroner per participant with family. Summary Background The rights of children and adolescents with brain damage to therapeutic treatment are established in the Patients (...) education, especially if the program is to be financed by the regional health authorities. Because of the small number of Norwegian patients, new studies may require international cooperation. Conclusion We found no statistical differences in efficacy between conductive education and other forms of training for children with brain damage on gross motor function, fine motor function, cognitive function or quality of life, and the certainty to the documentation was low to very low. For 2015, the total

2018 Norwegian Institute of Public Health

124. Structured Education and Neuromuscular Exercise Program for Hip and/or Knee Osteoarthritis

of people with osteoarthritis of the hip and/or knee RATIONALE FOR THE RECOMMENDATION The Ontario Health Technology Advisory Committee has reviewed the findings of the health technology assessment 1 and concluded that a structured education and neuromuscular exercise program provides clinical benefit in the management of hip and/or knee osteoarthritis and is consistent with patient values and preferences. The Ontario Health Technology Advisory Committee supported data collection and outcome monitoring (...) Structured Education and Neuromuscular Exercise Program for Hip and/or Knee Osteoarthritis Public Comment: Held July 19 to August 9, 2018. Structured Education and Neuromuscular Exercise Program for Hip and/or Knee Osteoarthritis: Health Quality Ontario Recommendation FINAL RECOMMENDATION • Health Quality Ontario, under the guidance of the Ontario Health Technology Advisory Committee, recommends publicly funding a structured education and neuromuscular exercise program for the management

2018 Health Quality Ontario

125. RCN position statement: The role of school nurses in providing emergency contraception services in education settings

is necessary as the role of school nurses has extended to provide emergency contraception and advice on sexual health to school-age students in education settings, following OFSTED’s report on sex and relationship education in schools (2006). The RCN position The RCN believes that school nurses with appropriate training and experience are able to assess the need for hormonal emergency contraception, and to supply this contraception using patient group directions (PGDs). In addition, school nurses should (...) RCN position statement: The role of school nurses in providing emergency contraception services in education settings POLICY AND POSITION STATEMENTS RCN position statement The role of school nurses in providing emergency contraception services in education settingsTHE ROLE OF SCHOOL NURSES IN PROVIDING EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION SERVICES IN EDUCATION SETTINGS 2 Publication This is an RCN statement. A Policy/Position statement describes an explanation, a justification or a recommendation

2018 Royal College of Nursing

126. 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

127. 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 (...) . Simulated encounters and counseling also provide the advantage of open debrie?ng discussions. The existing literature, however, is incomplete regarding evidenced-based methods of the mitigationof harmfuleffectsof implicitbiasesinthecareof patients;additionstothis ?eldwouldbewelcome. Although the primary emphasis of our discussion at the Annual Pregnancy Meeting was on the need for provider education, education about prevailing disparities at all so- cietal levels that impact health will be likewise

2019 Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine

128. 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

129. Patient education strategies for hospitalized cardiovascular patients: a systematic review

Patient education strategies for hospitalized cardiovascular patients: a systematic review Untitled Document The CRD Databases will not be available from 08:00 BST on Friday 4th October until 08:00 BST on Monday 7th October for essential maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience.

2013 DARE.

130. Educational Needs and Considerations for a Visual Educational Tool to Discuss Parkinson's Disease (PubMed)

groups as difficult to understand or explain. Older PwP (those with PD for less than 5 years and those who reported that their HCP spent less than 15 minutes counselling in each clinic visit) were less likely to fully understand and be satisfied with the explanations of most issues in PD.There is a need for better patient education when discussing PD issues in the clinical setting. Older PwP that have been recently diagnosed have the greatest educational needs. Potential users indicate that a visual (...) Educational Needs and Considerations for a Visual Educational Tool to Discuss Parkinson's Disease In our clinical experience, people with Parkinson's disease (PwP) and their caregivers have difficulty understanding the complexities of the disease, which has a multitude of symptoms and involved therapies. We undertook a needs assessment to understand the need for, and to guide the development of, an educational tool.We invited PwP, caregivers and health care providers (HCP) from across Canada

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2017 Movement disorders clinical practice

131. Needs-Based Patient Education Versus Traditional Patient Education in Reducing Pre-operative Anxiety in Day Surgery

Needs-Based Patient Education Versus Traditional Patient Education in Reducing Pre-operative Anxiety in Day Surgery Needs-Based Patient Education Versus Traditional Patient Education in Reducing Pre-operative Anxiety in Day Surgery - 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. Needs-Based Patient Education Versus Traditional Patient Education in Reducing Pre-operative Anxiety in Day Surgery 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: NCT03003091 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted

2016 Clinical Trials

132. Patient education as a status passage in life - An ethnographic study exploring participation in a Danish group based patient education programme. (PubMed)

Patient education as a status passage in life - An ethnographic study exploring participation in a Danish group based patient education programme. In this paper, we apply the theory of status passage to the empirical field of group-based patient education. On the basis of ethnographic fieldwork carried out in the context of a local Danish patient education programme aimed at people diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, we illustrate how participation in the programme for the recently diagnosed (...) is a regularised status passage symbolising a transition in life from a novice to a more experienced person with chronic illness. We demonstrate how central properties of status passage are at play and how they are shaped by interactions among the different agents: participants, lay experts and health professionals. We highlight how the unique biographical situation of the individual and the individual timing of participation is an important factor affecting whether the patient education programme succeeds

2016 Social Science & Medicine

133. The Learning Objective Catalogue for Patient Safety in Undergraduate Medical Education – A Position Statement of the Committee for Patient Safety and Error Management of the German Association for Medical Education (PubMed)

The Learning Objective Catalogue for Patient Safety in Undergraduate Medical Education – A Position Statement of the Committee for Patient Safety and Error Management of the German Association for Medical Education Since the report "To err is human" was published by the Institute of Medicine in the year 2000, topics regarding patient safety and error management are in the focal point of interest of science and politics. Despite international attention, a structured and comprehensive medical (...) education regarding these topics remains to be missing.The Learning Objective Catalogue for Patient Safety described below the Committee for Patient Safety and Error Management of the German Association for Medical Education (GMA) has aimed to establish a common foundation for the structured implementation of patient safety curricula at the medical faculties in German-speaking countries.The development the Learning Objective Catalogue resulted via the participation of 13 faculties in two committee

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2016 GMS journal for medical education

134. Antenatal maternal education for improving postnatal perineal healing for women who have birthed in a hospital setting. (PubMed)

on this subject.Antenatal education serves to prepare women and their partners for pregnancy, delivery and the postpartum period. The delivery of this education varies widely in type, content, and nature. This review examined antenatal education which is specifically tailored towards perineal care and wound healing in the postnatal period via formal channels. Appropriate patient education positively impacts on wound-healing rates and compliance with wound care. Risk factors that contribute to the breakdown of wounds (...) Antenatal maternal education for improving postnatal perineal healing for women who have birthed in a hospital setting. The female perineum becomes suffused and stretched during pregnancy, and further strain during vaginal childbirth contributes to approximately 85% of women experiencing some degree of trauma to the perineal region. Multiple factors play a role in the type and severity of trauma experienced, including parity, delivery method, and local practices. There is ongoing debate about

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2017 Cochrane

135. The association between education and risk of major cardiovascular events among prostate cancer patients: a study from the Diet, Cancer and Health study. (PubMed)

The association between education and risk of major cardiovascular events among prostate cancer patients: a study from the Diet, Cancer and Health study. High socioeconomic position is associated with better prognosis in prostate cancer patients but it is unknown if part of this association may be explained by socioeconomic differences in severe late effects. We investigated the association between education as an indicator for socioeconomic position and cardiovascular events after prostate (...) factors did not change the HRs substantially (adjusted HRs 3.04, 95% CI 1.47-6.31 and 2.07, 95% CI 0.78-5.53, respectively). There were no educational differences in risk for ischemic stroke or heart failure.The risk of acute myocardial infarction was increased in prostate cancer patients with short or medium education compared with long education. Although the educational inequality did not seem to be explained by differences in treatment, lifestyle or cardiovascular risk factors, monitoring

2019 Acta Oncologica

136. Readability of Online Patient Educational Materials Related to Breast Lesions Requiring Surgery. (PubMed)

Readability of Online Patient Educational Materials Related to Breast Lesions Requiring Surgery. Purpose To evaluate readability of websites that are commonly accessed for information on breast lesions requiring surgery. Materials and Methods An internet search using three malignant and eight nonmalignant breast lesions that traditionally require lumpectomy or excisional biopsy as search terms was conducted to identify websites commonly accessed for patient information on breast lesions (...) requiring surgery. Nine websites with information on breast diagnoses were identified based on search engine results for each breast lesion queried. Available patient-directed information was downloaded for each lesion from each website on May 15, 2018. Grade-level readability of downloaded content for each lesion was then determined by using generalized estimating equations, with observations nested within readability metrics from each website. Readability of associated terms breast biopsy, breast

2019 Radiology

137. Patients are an integral part of medical student education

Patients are an integral part of medical student education Patients are an integral part of medical student education Patients are an integral part of medical student education | | January 25, 2019 13 Shares A face feels nothing like a frozen pig’s foot, I thought, as I guided a curved needle into the woman’s cheek, drawing the absorbable thread across her still-bleeding wound. Two wraps around the needle driver and I pulled the nearly invisible thread through, bringing the edges of her skin (...) to follow a doctor’s thought process. As the physician talked with patients and examined them, I tried to predict the diagnoses on her unspoken differential, and I watched as she collected evidence to help narrow down the possibilities. We gathered the materials: a suturing kit, lidocaine shots, needles, and sterile gloves – one set in her size and another in my own. The doctor grabbed a small rolling metal table and unfolded the equipment on top of a sterile blue pad. I pushed the cart

2019 KevinMD blog

138. Integrating Patient Education into the Glaucoma Clinical Encounter: A Lean Analysis. (PubMed)

Integrating Patient Education into the Glaucoma Clinical Encounter: A Lean Analysis. To use lean analysis to identify how often and when wait times occur during a glaucoma visit to identify opportunities for additional patient engagement.This prospective observational time-motion study measured process and wait times for 77 patient visits from 12 ophthalmologists at an academic glaucoma clinic over a 3-month period. Value stream maps visually diagrammed the process of a clinic visit from (...) patients and 102.0±44.7 minutes for RV patients. Wait time for NV patients was 63.7±33.4 minutes (33.1% of total appointment time) and for RV patients was 52.6±31.6 minutes (49.4% of the total appointment time). All NV patients and 87.5% of RV patients had at least one 10+ minute wait time during their clinic visit and the majority (75.9% NV, 60.4% RV) had >1.Currently, sufficient wait time exists during the visit for key portions of glaucoma education such as teaching eye drop instillation.

2019 Journal of Glaucoma

139. Being tested but not educated - a qualitative focus group study exploring patients' perceptions of diabetic dietary advice. (PubMed)

Being tested but not educated - a qualitative focus group study exploring patients' perceptions of diabetic dietary advice. Diet is a key component of the management of diabetes. Several studies suggest that patients receive insufficient and inadequate information. As a first step for developing an intervention for improving dietary advice in primary care, we aimed to explore patients' experience of receiving dietary advice; their attitudes towards that advice; their perceived dietary advice (...) needs, and any barriers faced in adopting a diet that supports the management of their diabetes.A qualitative study with three focus groups (20 purposively sampled participants) was conducted with adult primary care patients with Type 2 diabetes in 2016. A semi-structured topic guide was developed from the literature. The focus groups were audio recorded and transcribed. The data were analysed by emergent themes analysis. Data saturation was achieved in the third focus group.The majority

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2019 BMC Family Practice

140. Stijntje Dijk: The patient’s role in medical education extends well beyond being “clinical material”

Stijntje Dijk: The patient’s role in medical education extends well beyond being “clinical material” Stijntje Dijk: The patient's role in medical education extends well beyond being "clinical material" - The BMJ ---> “Medical education used to be something that was done to students, rather than something they were a part of,” said Trudie Roberts, professor of medical education, during a AMEE . But things have changed. Nowadays, the concept of involving students in the design, development (...) , and evaluation of medical education is well accepted in many countries. The involvement of patients on the other hand, is still limited. Patients mostly remain the subject of study, enabling students to practice physical examination. Or they are invited to tell their personal stories in lecture halls. What they are often not invited to do is get involved in the strategy and approach of medical education. The expertise that patients can bring to many areas of education continues to be an untapped resource

2018 The BMJ Blog

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