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41. Family medicine residents’ training in, knowledge about, and perceptions of digital rectal examination Full Text available with Trip Pro

Family medicine residents’ training in, knowledge about, and perceptions of digital rectal examination To evaluate family medicine residents' training in, knowledge about, and perceptions of digital rectal examination (DRE).Descriptive study, using an online survey that was available in French and English.Quebec.A total of 217 residents enrolled in a family medicine program.Residents' demographic characteristics; the DRE teaching they received throughout their medical training; their reasons (...) for omitting DRE; their recognition of DRE indications (strong vs weak) and application of DRE for 10 anorectal complaints; and their perceptions of the overall quality of the DRE training they received.Of the 879 residents contacted, 217 (25%) responded to the survey. Throughout their training, one-third of respondents did not receive any supervision for or feedback on DRE technique. Seventy-one percent of respondents expressed their inability to identify the nature of abnormal examination findings

2017 Canadian Family Physician

42. A Re-Examination of “Bias” in Human Randomness Perception Full Text available with Trip Pro

A Re-Examination of “Bias” in Human Randomness Perception Human randomness perception is commonly described as biased. This is because when generating random sequences humans tend to systematically under- and overrepresent certain subsequences relative to the number expected from an unbiased random process. In a purely theoretical analysis we have previously suggested that common misperceptions of randomness may actually reflect genuine aspects of the statistical environment, once cognitive (...) to perceive randomness. Finally, we propose a simple generative model of human random sequence generation inspired by the Hahn and Warren account. Taken together our results question the notion of bias in human randomness perception. (PsycINFO Database Record(c) 2018 APA, all rights reserved).

2017 Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance

43. Examining the Environmental Effects of Athletic Training: Perceptions of Waste and the Use of Green Techniques Full Text available with Trip Pro

Examining the Environmental Effects of Athletic Training: Perceptions of Waste and the Use of Green Techniques   Environmental sustainability is a critical concern in health care. Similar to other professions, the practice of athletic training necessitates the use of a large quantity of natural and manufactured resources.  To examine the perceptions of the waste produced by the practice of athletic training and the green practices currently used by athletic trainers (ATs) to combat this waste (...) .  Mixed-methods study.  Field setting.  A total of 442 ATs completed the study. Sixteen individuals participated in the qualitative portion.  Data from sections 2 and 3 of the Athletic Training Environmental Impact Survey were analyzed. Focus groups and individual interviews were used to determine participants' views of waste and the efforts used to combat waste. Descriptive statistics were used to examine types of waste. Independent t tests, χ2 tests, and 1-way analyses of variance were calculated

2017 Journal of athletic training

44. Naloxone and the Inner City Youth Experience (NICYE): a community-based participatory research study examining young people’s perceptions of the BC take home naloxone program Full Text available with Trip Pro

Naloxone and the Inner City Youth Experience (NICYE): a community-based participatory research study examining young people’s perceptions of the BC take home naloxone program Take home naloxone (THN) programs reduce mortality by training bystanders to respond to opioid overdoses. Clinical observation by the health care team at the Inner City Youth (ICY) program indicated that young adults appeared to enthusiastically participate in the THN program and developed improved relationships (...) phases of the study. The peer researchers and a graduate student facilitated two focus groups and five individual interviews with ICY program participants using a semi-structured interview guide. Audio recordings were transcribed verbatim. The cut-up-and-put-in-folders approach was used to identify emerging themes.The themes that emerged were perceptions of risk, altruism, strengthening relationship with staff, access to training, empowerment, and confidence in ability to respond, and suggestions

2017 Harm Reduction Journal

45. Survey of vaccination practices in patients with diabetes: A report examining patient and provider perceptions and barriers Full Text available with Trip Pro

Survey of vaccination practices in patients with diabetes: A report examining patient and provider perceptions and barriers In a cross-sectional study involving 279 patients with diabetes attending a primary care center the proportion of patients vaccinated for seasonal influenza, pneumococcus and hepatitis B was 40%, 2% and 2%, respectively. We found significant barriers for vaccination in 24% of patients and in 42% of providers.

2017 Journal of clinical & translational endocrinology

46. Electronic Cigarettes and Communication: An Examination of College Students’ Perceptions of Safety and Use Full Text available with Trip Pro

Electronic Cigarettes and Communication: An Examination of College Students’ Perceptions of Safety and Use Electronic cigarettes (e-cigs) have increased in popularity over the last few years, especially with youth and young adults. However, little is known about the health effects of using these devices. Additionally, relatively few studies have explored college students' e-cig use and perceptions of safety. In this study, perceptions of e-cig safety were compared among three groups (...) use e-cigs were more likely to believe that vapor was safe to others (i.e., no second- or third-hand effects). Understanding the perceptions and use of e-cigs among college students is important in order to develop communication strategies for anti-tobacco campaigns that effectively relate safety concerns to these audiences.

2017 Kentucky journal of communication

47. Water quality and Inuit health: an examination of drinking water consumption, perceptions, and contamination in Rigolet, Canada Full Text available with Trip Pro

Water quality and Inuit health: an examination of drinking water consumption, perceptions, and contamination in Rigolet, Canada Canadian Inuit have often reported concerns about the quality of their municipal drinking water; research has also shown that some Inuit communities experience some of the highest incidence rates of self-reported acute gastrointestinal illness (AGI) in Canada and globally. The goal of this thesis research was to investigate drinking water perceptions and consumption

2017 International Journal Of Circumpolar Health

48. Combining oxytocin administration and positive emotion inductions: Examining social perception and analytical performance. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Combining oxytocin administration and positive emotion inductions: Examining social perception and analytical performance. Intranasal administration of the hypothalamic neuropeptide oxytocin (OT) has, in some studies, been associated with positive effects on social perception and cognition. Similarly, positive emotion inductions can improve a range of perceptual and performance-based behaviors. In this exploratory study, we examined how OT administration and positive emotion inductions interact (...) in their associations with social and analytical performance. Participants (N=124) were randomly assigned to receive an intranasal spray of OT (40IU) or placebo and then viewed one of three videos designed to engender one of the following emotion states: social warmth, pride, or an affectively neutral state. Following the emotion induction, participants completed social perception and analytical tasks. There were no significant main effects of OT condition on social perception tasks, failing to replicate prior

2017 Hormones and behavior Controlled trial quality: uncertain

49. Gynecological Conditions: Periodic Screening With the Pelvic Examination

for or against performing screening pelvic examinations in asymptomatic, nonpregnant adult women. Response to Public Comment A draft version of this recommendation statement was posted for public comment on the USPSTF website from June 28, 2016, to July 25, 2016. One concern expressed in the comments was the perception that the USPSTF was recommending against performing screening pelvic examinations and therefore against screening for cervical cancer. The USPSTF has clarified that it is recommending neither (...) symptoms after a routine pelvic exam. J Am Board Fam Med. 2011;24(3):290-5. Henderson JT, Harper CC, Gutin S, Saraiya M, Chapman J, Sawaya GF. Routine bimanual pelvic examinations: practices and beliefs of US obstetrician-gynecologists. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2013;208(2):109. Stormo AR, Cooper CP, Hawkins NA, Saraiya M. Physician characteristics and beliefs associated with use of pelvic examinations in asymptomatic women. Prev Med. 2012;54(6):415-21. U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. Screening

2017 U.S. Preventive Services Task Force

50. Experiences and perceptions regarding clinical breast exam screening by trained laywomen in Malawi Full Text available with Trip Pro

Experiences and perceptions regarding clinical breast exam screening by trained laywomen in Malawi Despite the increasing burden, breast cancer control in sub-Saharan Africa is insufficient. Late diagnosis and lack of early detection and screening services contribute to high mortality. Clinical breast exam (CBE) screening can be valuable in low-income countries, including use of community health workers and non-health professionals to conduct exams. We assessed experiences of women who

2017 Cancer causes & control : CCC

51. Examining family-school engagement in a randomized controlled trial of the family check-up. (Abstract)

Examining family-school engagement in a randomized controlled trial of the family check-up. The impact of the Family Check-Up (FCU) on family-school engagement was tested in a randomized, controlled trial. Participants were primary caregivers of 321 children. Approximately 87% of families randomly assigned to the intervention agreed to participate and received the intervention. Caregivers in the FCU condition outperformed caregivers in the school-as-usual condition on family-school engagement (...) at home. In addition to outcomes, implementation of the FCU during kindergarten was examined, including family participation in the FCU, dosage, consumer satisfaction, and content of the follow-up sessions when delivered by FCU therapists. Total treatment time averaged at approximately 143 minutes and family therapists had an average of 4.05 contacts with families. The top three topics discussed during feedback and treatment visits were child behavior, positive parenting, and child academic skills

2019 School psychology (Washington, D.C.) Controlled trial quality: uncertain

52. Recommendations on routine screening pelvic examination

/about-us/competing-interests. correspondence Dr Marcello Tonelli; e-mail info@canadiantaskforce.ca references 1. Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada. My first pelvic exam. Ottawa, ON: Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada. Available from: http:// sogc.org/publications/my-first-pelvic-exam. Accessed 2015 May 5. 2. Bloomfield H, Olson A, Cantor A, Greer N, MacDonald R, Rutks I, et al. Screening pel- vic examinations in asymptomatic average risk adult women. Veterans (...) for a clinical practice guideline from the American College of Physicians. Ann Intern Med 2014;161(1):46-53. 18. Golomb D. Attitudes toward pelvic examinations in two primary care settings. R I Med J 1983;66(7):281-4. 19. Harper C, Balistreri E, Boggess J, Leon K, Darney P. Provision of hormonal contra- ceptives without a mandatory pelvic examination: the first stop demonstration proj- ect. Fam Plann Perspect 2001;33(1):13-8. 20. Bourne PA, Charles CA, Francis CG, South-Bourne N, Peters R. Perception

2016 CPG Infobase

53. Regular exploratory examination of the need for DMP revision - a feasibility study using the example of the DMP "CHD"

Regular exploratory examination of the need for DMP revision - a feasibility study using the example of the DMP "CHD" Auftrag: Arbeitspapier Version: Stand: GA14-06 1.0 07.10.2014 Regelmäßige orientierende Prüfung des Überarbeitungs- bedarfs der DMP – eine Machbarkeitsstudie am Beispiel des DMP KHK IQWiG-Berichte – Nr. 246 Arbeitspapier GA14-06 Version 1.0 DMP Überprüfung 07.10.2014 Institut für Qualität und Wirtschaftlichkeit im Gesundheitswesen (IQWiG) - i - Impressum Herausgeber: Institut

2015 Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Healthcare (IQWiG)

54. Perception Exam

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2018 FP Notebook

55. Routine Ordering of Primary Pathology Examinations in Canada

Practices Influencing Routine Pathology Examination Most survey respondents indicated that "routine primary pathology examinations," as defined in this Environmental Scan, represent 76% to 100% of the workload of their pathology laboratories. However, there were varying perceptions regarding the frequency of specimen examination for which the likelihood of clinically significant abnormalities is very low and examination is not mandated by regulations, policy, or protocols. Some respondents reported (...) Routine Ordering of Primary Pathology Examinations in Canada Routine Ordering of Primary Pathology Examinations in Canada | CADTH.ca Find the information you need Routine Ordering of Primary Pathology Examinations in Canada Routine Ordering of Primary Pathology Examinations in Canada Published on: October 28, 2014 Project Number: ES0286 Product Line: Issue: 46 Result type: Report Content Human tissues removed during a biopsy or surgical procedure are typically sent to a pathology laboratory

2015 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health - Environmental Scanning

56. Visual perceptions of male obesity: a cross-cultural study examining male and female lay perceptions of obesity in Caucasian males. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Visual perceptions of male obesity: a cross-cultural study examining male and female lay perceptions of obesity in Caucasian males. Obesity is now common and this may have altered visual perceptions of what constitutes a 'normal' and therefore healthy weight. The present study examined cross-cultural differences in male and female participants' ability to visually identify the weight status of photographed Caucasian males.Five hundred and fifty three male and female young adults from the US (...) perceived as being of healthier weight than they actually were. Some modest cross-cultural differences were also observed; US participants were worse at recognising obesity than UK participants (p < 0.05) and were also significantly more likely to believe that the photographed obese males did not need to consider losing weight, in comparison to both the UK and Swedish participants (ps < 0.05). No cross-cultural differences were observed for perceptions or attitudes towards the photographed healthy

2015 BMC Public Health

57. Perceptions of Interns and General Medicine Examiners Regarding Cardiovascular Case Presentation in Practical Exams of General Medicine in Final MBBS Summative Examinations Full Text available with Trip Pro

Perceptions of Interns and General Medicine Examiners Regarding Cardiovascular Case Presentation in Practical Exams of General Medicine in Final MBBS Summative Examinations Assessment of cardiovascular cases in practical exit exam is limited to simple history taking and physical examination. Standards of assessment are not uniform. This makes assessment less valid and reliable.To explore the perceptions of Internees and General Medicine Examiners about current practices in Cardio Vascular (...) system (CVS) case presentation in final MBBS exit exams and the necessity to change some of the practices.A set questions pertaining to the preparation for exams, validity, reliability, feasibility and educational impact were prepared to guide in obtaining the perceptions of internees and internal medicine examiners. Focus group discussions were conducted. Data Analysis was done by immersion-crystallization process.Most of the internees admitted to feeling concerned because of difficulty

2015 Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR

58. The fitness of apps: a theory-based examination of mobile fitness app usage over 5 months Full Text available with Trip Pro

The fitness of apps: a theory-based examination of mobile fitness app usage over 5 months There are thousands of fitness-related smartphone applications ("apps") available for free and purchase, but there is uncertainty if these apps help individuals achieve and maintain personal fitness. Technology usage attrition is also a concern among research studies on health technologies.Usage of three fitness apps was examined over 5 months to assess adherence and effectiveness. Initially, 64 (...) participants downloaded three free apps available on Android and iOS and 47 remained in the study until posttest. With a one group pre-posttest design and checkpoints at months 1, 3, and 5, exercise and exercise with fitness apps were examined in the framework of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) using a validated survey. Apps were selected based on their function from the Functional Triad. Perceived fitness was also measured. T-tests, sign tests, Fisher's exact tests, and linear and logistic regression

2017 mHealth

59. Examining individual, interpersonal, and environmental influences on children’s physical activity levels Full Text available with Trip Pro

Examining individual, interpersonal, and environmental influences on children’s physical activity levels The purpose of this study was to explore individual-level socio-demographic factors and interpersonal-level factors related to social support, as well as the potential role of neighborhood and school environments that may influence the physical activity (PA) levels of children (ages 9-11). Child and parent questionnaires included individual and interpersonal factors, and PA behaviour. Home (...) . At the interpersonal level, children's perception of parental support (b = 0.117; CI: 0.091-0.143) and peer support (b = 0.111; CI: 0.079-0.142) were positively related to PA. The level 2 variance for the school environment became statistically non-significant when the interpersonal factors were added to the model. At the environmental level, geographic accessibility did not have a significant association with PA and they did not significantly affect level 1 or 2 variance. As many children do not accrue sufficient

2017 SSM - population health

60. Geographical variation of overweight, obesity and related risk factors: Findings from the European Health Examination Survey in Luxembourg, 2013-2015. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Geographical variation of overweight, obesity and related risk factors: Findings from the European Health Examination Survey in Luxembourg, 2013-2015. The analyses of geographic variations in the prevalence of major chronic conditions, such as overweight and obesity, are an important public health tool to identify "hot spots" and inform allocation of funding for policy and health promotion campaigns, yet rarely performed. Here we aimed at exploring, for the first time in Luxembourg, potential (...) geographic patterns in overweight/obesity prevalence in the country, adjusted for several demographic, socioeconomic, behavioural and health status characteristics. Data came from 720 men and 764 women, 25-64 years old, who participated in the European Health Examination Survey in Luxembourg (2013-2015). To investigate the geographical variation, geo-additive semi-parametric mixed model and Bayesian modelisations based on Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques for inference were performed. Large disparities

2018 PLoS ONE

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