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61. WITHDRAWN: Interventions for treating obesity in children. (PubMed)

checked. No language restrictions were applied.We selected randomised controlled trials (RCTs) of lifestyle (i.e. dietary, physical activity and/or behavioural therapy), drug and surgical interventions for treating obesity in children (mean age under 18 years) with or without the support of family members, with a minimum of six months follow up (three months for actual drug therapy). Interventions that specifically dealt with the treatment of eating disorders or type 2 diabetes, or included (...) WITHDRAWN: Interventions for treating obesity in children. Child and adolescent obesity is increasingly prevalent, and can be associated with significant short- and long-term health consequences.To assess the efficacy of lifestyle, drug and surgical interventions for treating obesity in childhood.We searched CENTRAL on The Cochrane Library Issue 2 2008, MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, PsycINFO, ISI Web of Science, DARE and NHS EED. Searches were undertaken from 1985 to May 2008. References were

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2019 Cochrane

62. Open letter from academics, practitioners, students and members of the public to the British Medical Association, the British Medical Journal publishing group, and the British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine regarding editorial governance of t

Open letter from academics, practitioners, students and members of the public to the British Medical Association, the British Medical Journal publishing group, and the British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine regarding editorial governance of t Open letter from academics, practitioners, students and members of the public to the British Medical Association, the British Medical Journal publishing group, and the British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine regarding editorial (...) makes its decisions about which papers to free up. Finally, you ask about possible conflict of interests. In order to respond to these concerns, I asked our publisher of BJSM (Ms Janet O’Flaherty) to update me on your complaints leading up to this open letter, I reviewed the articles you highlight, I discussed your concerns with senior members of BMJ staff, and I had a teleconference with Professor Khan (on Tuesday 16 th October) as well as further email exchanges. Governance of decision making

2018 British Journal of Sports Medicine Blog

63. Should family doctors treat opioid addiction?

Should family doctors treat opioid addiction? The AFP Community Blog: Should family doctors treat opioid addiction? | Monday, September 19, 2016 - Jennifer Middleton, MD, MPH The physicians in the office where I practice recently received the opportunity to train for a Drug Abuse Treatment Act (DATA) waiver for buprenorphine prescribing. A lively discussion among us ensued, with a few of us willing to be trained but the rest uncomfortable with the idea. As I've discussed this issue with others (...) , it seems that many family physicians have strong feelings about not prescribing buprenorphine. The common argument seems to be that these often complex patients should be left to addiction specialists to treat. Barriers cited in the medical literature to physician prescribing of buprenorphine include but also " ." 40% of physicians in a 2013 survey . In the September 1 issue of AFP , though, physicians from the Robert Graham Center argue that . They cite a in treating patients with opioid addiction

2016 The AFP Community Blog

64. Impact of medical assistance in dying on family and friends

clear procedures to follow, and shared responsibilities between patients, family members, and healthcare providers (1). In several studies, the family and friends of patients who requested medical assistance in dying had less traumatic grief symptoms compared to family and friends of patients who died of natural causes (2-4). However, other studies have shown a higher prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression among family members or friends witnessing medical assistance (...) in dying (5). Some studies found that the opportunity to discuss death freely and extensively in an open atmosphere with a loved one may make it easier to come to terms with an impending death (4, 6-8). Acknowledgement of the experiences of family members should be an essential component of all research investigating medical assistance in dying (1). Note: Studies included in this review use the terms “medical assistance in dying”, “euthanasia”, “assisted suicide”, “physician-assisted suicide

2017 Ontario HIV Treatment Network

65. Family-focused prevention to improve cognitive, educational, and social-emotional development of immigrant children and adolescents

(e.g., programs for delinquent immigrant youth or treatment of mental disorders in immigrant youth). 2. Family-focused: All programs have to apply a family-focused approach, which means that family members or other caregivers are included in an intervention that ultimately aims to improve child development. The program can either be implemented with family members alone or as a combined child- and parent-program (e.g., parent training programs, multi-family group intervention, parent-adolescent (...) Family-focused prevention to improve cognitive, educational, and social-emotional development of immigrant children and adolescents The Campbell Collaboration | www.campbellcollaboration.org Family-focused prevention to improve cognitive, educational, and social-emotional development of immigrant children and adolescents: a systematic review Louisa S. Arnold, Andreas Beelmann, and Douglas Coatsworth Submitted to the Coordinating Group of: Crime and Justice Education Disability International

2017 Campbell Collaboration

66. Engaging High Risk Families in Home Visiting Programs: A Rapid Review

should treat parents in a non- stigmatizing and supportive way. (8) Uptake of home visiting programs is influenced by parents’ perceived needs, confidence levels and desire for practical support. (6) Participation is also influenced by families’ culture and language. (6) Parental perception of the quality of the intervention can be affected when parents worry about staff prying into their personal lives. (6) If a program targets ‘disadvantaged’ families, this label may accentuate the sense of failure (...) the length or frequency of visits, and providing flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, allows working parents, partners, and other family members to participate. (6-8) When a client is disengaged and may consider dropping out, staff should change the content being delivered and/or offer a break from the program. (6) During breaks from the program, the nurse should maintain regular communication with parents. (6) It is key that staff are flexible to the needs of the client by ensuring services

2018 Peel Health Library

67. Marriage and Family Building Equality for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, and Gender Nonconforming Individuals

resources. Obstetrician–gynecologists should do the following: Work to understand, recognize, and address the challenges the LGBTQIA and gender nonconforming communities experience in accessing reproductive health care, including family building. Work to eliminate overt and covert discriminatory procedures and practices in their clinical spaces through creation of affirming and welcoming environments. Understand that members of the LGBTQIA and gender nonconforming communities may desire family building (...) in accessing the resources available to support the health and growth of their families. Research has consistently demonstrated that members of these communities can provide loving, safe, and healthy homes for children ( ). Family building for these communities includes multiple modalities, but some may require assisted reproductive technologies or adoption ( , ). Persistent stigmatization of the LGBTQIA and gender nonconforming communities may result in difficulty finding physicians to assist

2018 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

68. Hadiza Bawa-Garba could have been any member of frontline staff working in today’s overstretched NHS

bereaved family members have accused doctors of self-interest, complacency and the belief they are “untouchable,” while some angry doctors have accused their Twitter critics of cowardice. High emotions, ramped up by the constraints of 280 characters, on both sides. What, at root, is driving the outrage? From my experience as a doctor, I believe that most of us—patients, families, colleagues and me—tend to be prone to anger when we are scared. Right now, this case makes me terrified. We know that Bawa (...) Hadiza Bawa-Garba could have been any member of frontline staff working in today’s overstretched NHS Hadiza Bawa-Garba could have been any member of frontline staff working in today’s overstretched NHS - The BMJ ---> The only way to improve patient safety is to talk openly about everything that contributes to patient harm, says Rachel Clarke It almost makes me flinch to imagine it. Anxious parents, consumed with fear, rush their limp and vomiting six-year-old to hospital. Yet mistakes are made

2017 The BMJ Blog

69. Treating Opioid Use Disorder During Pregnancy: Guideline Supplement

. The application of the recommendations in this guideline does not override the responsibility of health care professionals to make decisions appropriate to the circumstances of an individual patient, in consultation with that patient and their guardian(s) or family members, and, when appropriate, external experts (e.g., specialty consultation). Nothing in this guideline should be interpreted in a way that would be inconsistent with compliance with those duties. Legal Disclaimer While the individuals (...) Treating Opioid Use Disorder During Pregnancy: Guideline Supplement 1 Guideline Supplement Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder During2 THIS IS A BLANK PAGE3 A Guideline for the Clinical Management of Opioid Use Disorder—Pregnancy Supplement The BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU) is a provincially networked platform mandated to develop, imple- ment, and evaluate evidence-based approaches to substance use and addiction. The BCCSU’s focus is on three strategic areas including research and evaluation

2018 British Columbia Perinatal Health Program

70. How do biosimilar medications compare to their corresponding originator biologic medications in treating patients with conditions like rheumatoid arthritis or inflammatory bowel disease?

How do biosimilar medications compare to their corresponding originator biologic medications in treating patients with conditions like rheumatoid arthritis or inflammatory bowel disease? Tools for Practice is proudly sponsored by the Alberta College of Family Physicians (ACFP). ACFP is a provincial, professional voluntary organization, representing more than 4,800 family physicians, family medicine residents, and medical students in Alberta. Established over sixty years ago, the ACFP strives (...) for excellence in family practice through advocacy, continuing medical education and primary care research. www.acfp.ca May 27, 2019 It’s all in the details... or is it? Biosimilars versus biologics for inflammatory conditions. Clinical Question: How do biosimilar medications compare to their corresponding originator biologic medications in treating patients with conditions like rheumatoid arthritis or inflammatory bowel disease? Bottom Line: For patients with rheumatoid arthritis, other inflammatory

2019 Tools for Practice

71. AASLD-IDSA Recommendations for Testing, Managing, and Treating Hepatitis C Virus Infection

childhood activities without restrictions. I, B Parents should be informed that universal precautions should be followed at school and in the home of children with HCV infection. Educate family members and children about the risk and routes of HCV transmission and the techniques for avoiding blood exposure, such as avoiding the sharing of toothbrushes, razors, and nail clippers and the use of gloves and dilute bleach to clean up blood. I, B Abbreviation: HCV, hepatitis C virus. Table 8. Recommendations (...) AASLD-IDSA Recommendations for Testing, Managing, and Treating Hepatitis C Virus Infection Clinical Infectious Diseases • CID 2018:67 (15 November) • 1477 2018 AASLD-IDSA Hepatitis C Guidance Hepatitis C Guidance 2018 Update: AASLD-IDSA Recommendations for Testing, Managing, and Treating Hepatitis C Virus Infection AASLD-IDSA HCV Guidance Panel a (See the Commentary by Jhaveri etal on pages 1493–7.) Recognizing the importance of timely guidance regarding the rapidly evolving field of hepatitis

2019 American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases

72. Should family physicians treat members of the same family?: YES (PubMed)

Should family physicians treat members of the same family?: YES 21626893 2011 09 01 2011 05 31 1715-5258 57 4 2011 Apr Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien Can Fam Physician Should family physicians treat members of the same family?: YES. 402-4 Karazivan Philippe P Notre Dame Family Medicine Unit, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. philippe.karazivan@umontreal.ca eng fre Journal Article Canada Can Fam Physician 0120300 0008-350X IM Confidentiality Conflict of Interest Family Family

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2011 Canadian Family Physician

73. Should family physicians treat members of the same family?: NO (PubMed)

Should family physicians treat members of the same family?: NO 21490349 2011 09 01 2011 09 05 1715-5258 57 4 2011 Apr Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien Can Fam Physician Should family physicians treat members of the same family?: NO. 403-4 Pless Charles C e-mail plesscharles@hotmail.com. eng Journal Article Canada Can Fam Physician 0120300 0008-350X IM Confidentiality Conflict of Interest Family Family Practice ethics Humans Physician-Patient Relations ethics 2011 4 15 6 0

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2011 Canadian Family Physician

74. Psychiatric Neurosurgery (PNS) for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): A Qualitative Analysis of Patient and Family Member Experiences

Electrical stimulation of the anterior limb of the internal capsule or bed nucleus of the stria terminalis Deep Brain Stimulation Family Members Family members of patients who have previously been treated with a deep brain stimulation procedure for obsessive compulsive disorder will be included in this group Anterior Capsulotomy Patients Patients who have previously been treated with an anterior capsulotomy procedure for obsessive compulsive disorder will be included in this group Procedure: anterior (...) capsulotomy Anterior Capsulotomy Family Members Family members of patients who have previously been treated with an anterior capsulotomy procedure for obsessive compulsive disorder will be included in this group Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Semi-structured Interview [ Time Frame: up to 180 months after surgery ] A semi-structured interview of patients and one of their family members will be conducted. Patients and family members will be interviewed separately. The interview

2015 Clinical Trials

75. Preferences of Current and Potential Patients and Family Members Regarding Implementation of Electronic Communication Portals in Intensive Care Units. (PubMed)

members of patients currently admitted to ICUs at an academic medical center in Boston (cohort C).Respondents, especially current ICU family members, supported an electronic communication portal, including access via an electronic tablet. They wanted at least daily updates, one-paragraph summaries of family meetings including a list of key decisions made, and knowledge of the role and experience of treating clinicians. Overall, they preferred detailed rather than "big picture" information. Respondents (...) Preferences of Current and Potential Patients and Family Members Regarding Implementation of Electronic Communication Portals in Intensive Care Units. The quality of communication with patients and family members in intensive care units (ICUs) is a focus of current interest for clinical care improvement. Electronic communication portals are commonly used in other healthcare settings to improve communication. We do not know whether patients and family members desire such portals in ICUs

2015 Annals of the American Thoracic Society

76. Novel therapeutic interventions for p53-altered tumors through manipulation of its family members, p63 and p73 (PubMed)

Novel therapeutic interventions for p53-altered tumors through manipulation of its family members, p63 and p73 TP53 is highly mutated in human cancers, thus targeting this tumor suppressor pathway is highly desirable and will impact many cancer patients. (1,2) Therapeutic strategies to reactivate the p53-pathway have been challenging, (3,4) and no effective treatment exists. (5) We utilized the p53-family members, p63 and p73, which are not frequently mutated in cancer, to treat p53-defective (...) target ΔNp63 and ΔNp73 to treat cancer patients with alterations in p53.

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2015 Cell Cycle

77. Autoantibodies binding to ubiquitin-fold modifier-conjugating enzyme 1 (Ufc1) and pleckstrin homology domain containing, family G (with RhoGef domain) member 2 (Plekhg2) are associated with mycobacterial infections. (PubMed)

Autoantibodies binding to ubiquitin-fold modifier-conjugating enzyme 1 (Ufc1) and pleckstrin homology domain containing, family G (with RhoGef domain) member 2 (Plekhg2) are associated with mycobacterial infections. The diagnosis of extrapulmonary tuberculous infections and nontuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) infections is difficult because the symptoms are nonspecific and suitable specimens for bacterial culture are often not available. Recent publications reported the existence (...) of autoantibodies in tuberculous infections. We screened for specific autoantibodies in mycobacterial infections.We screened four in 29 patients with active mycobacterial infections and different controls using protein array technology. We could identify autoantibodies against ubiquitin-fold modifier-conjugating enzyme 1 (Ufc1) and pleckstrin homology domain containing, family G (with RhoGef domain) member 2 (Plekhg2) in all four patients. Subsequently, we designed enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs

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2015 HIV medicine

78. Clinical Presentation, Long-Term Follow-Up, and Outcomes of 1001 Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy Patients and Family Members. (PubMed)

from a cardiac cause (2% versus 0%) than family members without mutations.Long-term outcome was favorable in diagnosed and treated ARVD/C index-patients and family members. Outcome in index-patients was modulated by implantable cardioverter-defibrillator implantation, but not by mutation status and familial background of disease. One third of family members developed ARVD/C. Outcome in family members was determined by symptoms at first evaluation and mutations.© 2015 American Heart Association, Inc. (...) Clinical Presentation, Long-Term Follow-Up, and Outcomes of 1001 Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy Patients and Family Members. Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia/cardiomyopathy (ARVD/C) is a progressive cardiomyopathy. We aimed to define long-term outcome in a transatlantic cohort of 1001 individuals.Clinical and genetic characteristics and follow-up data of ARVD/C index-patients (n=439, fulfilling of 2010 criteria in all) and family members (n=562) were

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2015 Circulation. Cardiovascular genetics

79. Adapting Alcohol Behavioral Couple Therapy for Service Members in Post-Deployment

of Massachusetts, Worcester Collaborator: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Information provided by (Responsible Party): Elizabeth Epstein, University of Massachusetts, Worcester Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The specific aims of the ABCT_Military project are as follows: 1) To modify the existing, Alcohol Behavioral Couple Therapy (ABCT) model to treat service members in the reconstitution (post deployment, reintegration, or separation) stage of service (...) the client's ideal number of sessions and length of treatment, with scores ranging from 1 to 24 sessions and 1-12 months. Eligibility Criteria Go to Information from the National Library of Medicine Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study. To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff using the contacts provided below. For general information, Layout

2018 Clinical Trials

80. Pharmacologic Treatment of Hypertension in Adults Aged 60 Years or Older to Higher Versus Lower Blood Pressure Targets: A Clinical Practice Guideline from the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Family Physicians

the journal. The guideline had a peer-review process through the journal and was posted online for comments from ACP Regents and Governors, who represent physician members at the national and international level. The guideline was also reviewed by members of AAFP's Commission on Health of the Public and Science. Benefits of Treating Higher Versus Lower BP Targets in Older Adults Across all trials, treating high BP in older adults was beneficial. However, most of the evidence came from studies of patients (...) Pharmacologic Treatment of Hypertension in Adults Aged 60 Years or Older to Higher Versus Lower Blood Pressure Targets: A Clinical Practice Guideline from the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Family Physicians Pharmacologic Treatment of Hypertension in Adults | Annals of Internal Medicine | American College of Physicians '); } Sign in below to access your subscription for full content INDIVIDUAL SIGN IN | You will be directed to acponline.org to register and create

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2017 American College of Physicians

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