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1. Two Sisters Joke

Two Sisters Joke Two Sisters Joke Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Two Sisters Joke Two Sisters Joke Aka: Two Sisters (...) Joke Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Two Sisters Joke." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Related Topics in Urology About FPnotebook.com is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians. Started in 1995, this collection now contains 6656 interlinked topic pages divided into a tree

2018 FP Notebook

2. Two Sisters Joke

Two Sisters Joke Two Sisters Joke Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Two Sisters Joke Two Sisters Joke Aka: Two Sisters (...) Joke Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Two Sisters Joke." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Related Topics in Urology About FPnotebook.com is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians. Started in 1995, this collection now contains 6656 interlinked topic pages divided into a tree

2015 FP Notebook

3. Canadian Youth Perceptions on Cannabis

in the locations where youth were present (e.g., high school), and advertising the focus groups through bulletins and the CCSA website (Krueger & Casey, 2009). Due to this complex topic and to ensure that saturation was achieved, 20 focus groups were conducted, in six cities across Canada. The number of participants in the focus groups ranged from one 1 to seven and all groups were run by the same two facilitators. In total, 77 youth between the ages of 14 and 19 participated, 36 (47%) male participants and 41 (...) considered riding with a driver impaired by cannabis as the safer option of the two. This opinion seemed to be related to the conception of impairment as equivalent to the physical characteristics common to alcohol use (i.e., slurring words, drowsy, stumbling behaviours), which are not necessarily present for cannabis impairment. The lack of visible impairment related to cannabis could lead youth to believe cannabis is not impairing. Other factors influenced youth’s perception of cannabis. For instance

2017 Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse

4. Lapland is real: reflections on the landscape of healthcare social media

pioneers. As we continue our voyage of discovery in sometimes uncharted and occasionally hostile territory, here are some features of the landscape that emerged for me during our conversations at #WGT16. Lapland is real?! I must be a bad parent. At 15, this came as news to my daughter, who was both astonished and delighted to discover that Lapland isn’t a theme park. Her sister, with whom I’d expected to share the joke, had the same response. “It’s your fault for not taking us” they declared, before (...) ordinariness makes some of the obstacles we’ve discussed rather baffling. On this note, I’ll finish with two reflections on the day, from @RoyLilley and David Barton (@Bartontd): “Social media isn’t a novelty, it is main stream. It is not a hobby, it is part of the professional business repertoire.” Read Roy’s blog . As for David, he says in : “I am not “Inspired” or “Driven” – I am enjoying communicating with my family, friends and new friends. That this may change the world is simply a useful spin off

2016 Evidently Cochrane

5. Patient Dignity (Formerly: Patient Modesty): Volume 95

patient that included having sex while he was receiving treatment in hospital. Well, to be fair I might as well get into the contributing references, even as statistical outliers, regarding published "bad girls of medicine" and their "damaged male patients". ..Maurice. At , Ray B. said... You're correct Biker; Sparks is an ENT. Must have had a lapse. If I recall, there were jokes about her "work" going around the hospital -- "Hey Doc; that's a long way from the throat." "ENT stands for Ears, Nuts (...) and Testicles. I did some probing a couple years back and found out more "dirty" things she reportedly did but fear to broadcast it because of a frivolous suit. It was also reported to me that there were people fired other than the nurse who reported Sparks. It's telling that the latter was fired because of a HIPAA violation but apparently Sparks behavior did not rise to that level, as far as the authorities at the hospital were concerned. -- Ray At , Ray B. said... I emailed Covrmedical almost two weeks

2019 Bioethics Discussion Blog

6. Patient Dignity (Formerly: Patient Modesty): Volume 94

can scan it for the price. Lately, I have started reviewing websites online of medical facilities, in particular is a men’s vitality clinic offering a variety of services. Now, I’m not in need of any vitality as I’m too busy unfortunately to take time to look into this, however, in reviewing the website it gives you no clue as to who the providers are or what their genders are. There are two guarantees that healthcare offers, you will be ambushed and you will be blindsided with unknown costs. Look (...) at any car dealership online and it will show pics of the employees from the service advisor on down to the salesmen/saleswomen. Why can’t healthcare facilities do this? PT At , JF said... My miraculous cure was because of my surgery. If I wouldn't have had surgery, I fully believe I would have been dead inside of a month or two. At , JF said... The fear of litigation doesn't seem likely to happen. Does anybody hear remember Gift bearer and how horribly her doctor treated her? Does anybody remember

2019 Bioethics Discussion Blog

7. An Interview with Linda Pepper

with anorexia. My job was to perform internal examinations to get stones out of their vaginas that they had hidden there, because as soon as they hit a certain weight they were allowed out. There was no therapy or understanding at the time. I decided to do a sociology degree in Liverpool because I wanted to consolidate all of this experience. I have an unfinished PhD on women’s work between the wars. It’s unfinished because I thought I could have two kids and commute to Bradford every day! Then I helped set (...) . One of the sisters came in and sat on the side of the bed, and said: ‘Do you feel dirty?’ I replied, ‘I had a shower before I came in.’ ‘No,’ she said. ‘About the herpes.’ This is ridiculous, I thought. I asked for all the nurses to come to my bed and I did a teaching session. I’ve always been very open about my sexual health, but a lot of people aren’t. There was a Channel 4 programme that my partner, my baby and I did, in which we said, ‘Look, you can have genital herpes and have babies. Wow

2018 Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care blog

8. Oprah Winfrey for President? Does anyone remember all the pseudoscience and quackery she’s promoted?

, speaking of Evan, “He is my science.” During the show, she also said: The universe didn’t mean for me to do anything else besides what I did. But if I had another child, I would not vaccinate. It was so bad that the pro-vaccine group Every Child By Two (ECBT) wrote a letter to the producers of the show and urged its supporters to do the same, asking that credible scientists and physicians be featured on the show to discuss vaccines. At the time, I because I knew where it would go. Pisanti would have (...) weapons to terrorists on two continents and order our law enforcement to look the other way while terrorists to our south smuggled drugs into the country to finance their actions, and not face repercussions. Good times for the right. Malcolm JP, Although Ronald bore much responsibility for the many AIDS deaths among gay men, the gay men themselves are also partially responsible. Even when it had become obvious that hiv was transmitted by unprotected sex and that bath house encounters helped spread

2018 Respectful Insolence

9. Christopher Exley: Using bad science to demonize aluminum adjuvants in vaccines

weighed myself three times, and got readings of 180, 180, 182, I’d say “My scale isn’t as accurate as it might be, but I probably weigh around 181.” If I weighed my cat three times, and got readings of 10, 12, and 150, I’d say “My scale must be broken.” I wouldn’t say “My cat weighs around 50 pounds.” Taking the median of three measurements, supposedly of the same value, that aren’t even within an oder of magnitude of each other, sounds more like a joke than like credible research. Accuracy (...) of autism is to promote accumulation of aluminum in the brain. Or it could even be that the genes that cause autism and the genes that promote aluminum accumulation are distinct but tend to occur together. This last would be like the association between hail and lightning: there is no direct causal relationship between those two phenomena, but they are correlated because both phenomena occur during thunderstorms. The association suggests where to look for a causal relationship, but the relationship has

2017 Respectful Insolence

10. “Vaccine Awareness Week,” misinformed consent, and, of course, Nazis and eugenics

grandfather married to my grandma, he was married to her older sister and they had one son, who was then my dad’s “brother/cousin.” I still joke that I can’t date out here, because I am related to everyone. Of course that has changed some, but I am in fact related to a lot of the *Mexicans* (or Mexican-Americans) around here. So it isn’t even along racial lines, haha. SteveJ MI Dawn posted at November 8, 2017 at 11:02 am @SteveJ: that’s the one I meant. It’s gone? I’m very happy to know that. (haven’t (...) that Fisher has been doing for at least seven years and probably a hell of a lot longer. (Seven years ago is when I .) Indeed, true informed consent is anathema to antivaxers. I can provide two examples easily, both of which simply involved requiring parents to be counseled about the potential consequences of failing to vaccinate. In California, for instance, before passing SB 277 in 2015, the bill that eliminated nonmedical exemptions to school vaccine mandates in California, California . All AB 2109 did

2017 Respectful Insolence

11. Patient Modesty: Volume 85

if they would endanger their jobs to speak up for a patient. At , said... First I think the two most common issues that we as patients face are as follows. One is the widespread lack of gender choice for healthcare involving intimate exposure. The other is lack of professionalism, primarily with non-physician staff. I include in lack of professionalism the "it doesn't matter for men" casual approach to male patient intimate exposure. I also include the less than empathetic responses to requests for same (...) for each state. Now typically most state medical boards will only go back two years. Beyond that you have to make a written request to the state medical board. Over the last 4 years or so medical facilities have tried to use big fancy words like being transparent, self report etc. just a big continual lie as nothing really has changed. If you want to know who the nurses are in each state who have been reprimanded for having sex with their patients then you are out of luck. Boards of nursing are keeping

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

12. Patient Modesty: Volume 89

: At , Anonymous said... No, no, that pond looks a little too clean. In reality there should be dead bodies and lots of them. Along with a few dead alligators and maybe a snapper turtle or two. While driving do you notice what people are doing while driving their cars, they are texting texting and more texting. I even see them texting on the freeway, it never ends. Well, extend this to the workplace and you will find that nurses, medical staff text all day long. In the operating room, in the patient’s rooms (...) of Medicine where I teach with the finally dumping of two medical school deans, university gynecologist and the President of the University itself. Our new dean of the medical school is a woman and that could be a significant change. http://blog.medjobnetwork.com/people-category/first-female-dean-a-sea-of-change-at-uscs-scandal-plagued-medical-school/?\ ..Maurice. At , said... My guess is that physicians are in a tough situation when it comes to informed consent with patients refusing certain care

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

13. Patient Modesty: Volume 86

and More" and therefore to her own readers. I am pleased to be able to get Dr. Burgart's experience and knowledge in both her areas of experience. Her blog address: and here is what she wrote: BY Why was I asked to take off my underwear for surgery? It can feel weird to be asked to take off your knickers… Underwear makes us feel proper, protected, clothed . Even though I get that those are concerns, there are several reasons why you may be asked to remove underwear: Number One and Number Two Under (...) of surgical instruments coupled with the unnecessary foot traffic and all other variables that predispose the patient to post-op infection before they leave the operating. But those damn underwear are coming off no matter what!! PT At , Anonymous said... Biker in Vermont The only time i’ve ever thought it convenient to be naked was for the benefit of at least one of the two parties having sex. One of the prime anesthetics used in the operating room during surgery is Propofol. Now it’s known that Propofol

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

14. Patient Modesty: Volume 90

, As you point out, our $4 trillion spending on healthcare, here are ... -- Banterings At , said... Recently my sister had a laminectomy. The scheduler called the day before surgery to confirm. When my sister was told the surgery was now scheduled for 2:30 PM instead of 6:30 AM, she asked why. The response was an emergency. My sister said that an emergency would be done today and not scheduled for tomorrow. Without missing a beat the scheduler then said that the other patient had scheduled weeks ago (...) . My sister replied that she had also scheduled weeks ago and why wasn't the schedule conflict resolved then. When my sister asked to speak to the supervisor, she undoubtedly just talked to another receptionist with the same story. When my sister realized that she had a choice of either a 2:30 PM appointment or wait weeks in pain, she back-pedaled, calmed the waters, and became compliant for the the 2:30 surgery. Being a retired nurse with 20 years of surgery experience, she did not want any

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

15. Patient Dignity (Formerly: Patient Modesty): Volume 92

went to once had the clinic divided up into two sides, one side said in big letters on the wall “ The prostate Center “ with a picture of a prostate in the middle. Of course it’s only females that work at that center and one could only imagine if they had a breast center that said in big letters on the wall “ the breast center “ with pictures of breasts in the middle. One can only imagine the protests this would bring about. PT At , said... Good Afternoon: With the current political environment (...) approach would be successful by itself. This was the first time that this garment was being used; and, I wasn't sure how well a novel approach would be accepted by hospital personnel. Possibly, I was the topic of discussions, protocol meetings or jokes. I don't know. Throughout the entire process I was not hostile nor belligerent. I tried to politely "nail everything down" before the operation day. Nevertheless, my son and I were ready to pull the iv and walk (hobble) in the event of a last minute

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

16. Patient Modesty: Volume 91

nurse to get a psych eval. On some blog called patient modesty we have to claw, fight, struggle, scream, yell, be a nuisance, curse, be ridiculed, laughed at all the while being told that’s its our problem because it’s our perception, even on our death bed while taking our last breath. At 4 Trillion dollars where this all stops nobody knows but don’t expect this ever to be viewed in a dignified way or be called dignity. Human beings despite after evolving to stand on two legs with an oposeable thumb (...) with the coach or for mom's & sisters to observe swim classes at the YMCA when boys swimming in the buff was mandatory, and permission was not needed from the boys. Had those boys gone to a swimming hole however where women or girls were present, they'd of gotten in lots of trouble for exposing themselves. The difference is males imposing their nudity on females (unacceptable) vs females voluntarily viewing exposed males (acceptable). This is the female prison guard in the shower area and the female reporter

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

17. The views of young people in the UK about obesity, body size, shape and weight

, although some young people were recruited through obesity treatment programmes. Young people have been identified in this report as being in the obese category (‘very overweight’) only when they were described by study authors as being in that category at the time of the study, or had self-identified themselves as such. For brevity’s sake, the term ‘body size’ is used when discussion could encompass both body shape and body weight, but these two different aspects of young people’s body sizes (...) ). The quality of each study was assessed in terms of its methodological rigour, including sampling techniques, data collection, data analysis and grounding of the findings within the data. The extent to which young people’s views had been privileged and the breadth and depth of the findings were also used in order to assess the relevance of each study to the review’s questions. Data were extracted and studies were assessed independently by two reviewers. A thematic analysis was conducted to synthesise

2013 EPPI Centre

18. Patient Modesty: Volume 82

tissue from simply subcutaneous fat. Tuesday, I will be teaching two groups of 6 second year students how to examine the lungs.. and don't worry, concern for patient modesty (yes, both male and female patients) will be part of my narration. ..Maurice. p.s.--and yes, the girl students will be wearing sports bras. Please..no comments on this bias toward a female medical student as compared with a female patient..but that is the way we are obliged to teach medical students---regardless of what comments (...) to examine the lungs and right off I emphasized attention to patient modesty both male and female. Modesty is on the top of the checkpoint list of performing a pulmonary exam. After "Introducing yourselves", "washing your hands" comes #3: "Appropriately drape patient and attend to patient's modesty during the PE." So proper draping is much more than simply to prevent chilling and shivering during the exam but to be attentive to patient modesty. One of the two groups was my first year group from last year

2017 Bioethics Discussion Blog

19. Physicians put up walls. But they feel everything.

Physicians put up walls. But they feel everything. Physicians put up walls. But they feel everything. Physicians put up walls. But they feel everything. | | August 19, 2017 302 Shares We sat in the office of the intensive care unit under fluorescent lights, both staring at computer screens covered in vital signs and labs. It was the summer of my second year of residency, and I spent it entirely in the intensive care unit. There were two of us on call at night. Half the nights we would spend (...) groaned at the dark and distasteful slant of the joke. The base and sarcastic side of me laughed with the spectators. After all, if I couldn’t laugh in dark times I was never going to survive residency, I told myself. I looked at the patient’s face as he rolled out of the room. Through the breathing tube and blood, I could see he was young. Younger than I expected. But despite the young nature of his face, he had lines around his eyes for days, like he just went through life smiling at the joy

2017 KevinMD blog

20. Patient Modesty: Volume 81

. It makes sense from their perspective given the open recognition of female modesty and their underlying assumption that men aren't modest. There are degrees of modesty of course ranging from men whose modesty limits the extent to which they will go to the doctor to men who have no modesty. I posit that most men are somewhere in-between the two extremes. These are men that are somewhere between uncomfortable and embarrassed but endure it in silence because that is what society expects. The missing (...) nurses for caregivers in all aspects of medical care. We cannot move forward until men start thinking the correct way and that way is WE HAVE A CHOICE. Dr. Bernstein you said it was essential that both genders work together to get this goal accomplished. Yes there has to be cooperation from both sides but I see two major road blocks to getting on the road that will balance the scales. First one in men themselves. Too many men won’t speak up for themselves and tell the healthcare industry enough

2017 Bioethics Discussion Blog

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