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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. 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

6. Preserving Patient Dignity (Formerly: Patient Modesty):Volume 107

, on the morning of surgery, I told her I didn’t need to be put under general. She balked. I told her my urologist told me she had no problem with me having a mild sedation, like used in heart caths. I told her that I had a cystoscopy only two weeks before and had not had any sedation. She argued for a while, (while my wife just rolled her eyes), but told me that she would consider conscious sedation. I told her I saw no reason to be put under, with a breathing tube ran down my throat. I informed her (...) left, I reminded her of our agreement from two weeks before. She said the anesthetist was the final word on patient sedation. That he or she represents the hospital and the surgeon was simply being allowed to operate within. At , said... Joe Testa, thank you for joining us on the current Volume of the subject which is obviously of concern to you and as you see, from years ago closed Volume when you originally attempted to post, has continued. I am also pleased observing that my Volume 107 graphic

2020 Bioethics Discussion Blog

7. Preserving Patient Dignity (Formerly: Patient Modesty):Volume 108

, medical visits are a stressful time. A lot of info comes at you and mostly they bark orders or demands. Unless you, they may not take to the patient as a person but rather as a subordinate. There are things done and said that even the average person may not understand. Many of the drugs the elderly are on help add to their confusion or loss of memory retention. My sister was being abused and the hospital knew it but did nothing. Of course, it was the hospital from hell. They resisted being involved (...) work in healthcare, especially female staff, do not think male patients deserve to be treated as if the dignity of those men mattered. At , said... 58Flyer, concerning your standards of care, I had previously shared the stark difference in the two bladder ultrasounds I had. For the 1st one at a small local hospital all I knew was I had an appt. for an ultrasound. Nothing was explained to me beforehand and I didn't know enough to ask questions at the time. I had no idea what to expect. A female

2020 Bioethics Discussion Blog

8. Preserving Patient Dignity (Formerly Patient Modesty) Volume 110

discover the prostate cancer for himself. At , said... Do you all think that "some" of the behaviors which has been described here over the years could be established as simply as an ethical dilemma ? “What is an ethical dilemma?” It is a Conflict between… ONES PERSONAL and PROFESSIONAL VALUES: A physician has a duty to his family (go to the football game) but he also has a duty to the patient (admit the patient to the hospital). TWO VALUES/ETHICAL PRINCIPLES: A patient has right to reject a treatment (...) (autonomy) but a physician has a responsibility to protect the patient from a harmful decision (non-malificence) TWO POSSIBLE ACTIONS, EACH WITH REASONS STRONGLY FAVORABLE AND UNFAVORABLE: Treating the patient with a drug which though may have bad side-effects could possibly improve patient’s illness but by withholding the drug the patient has a possible chance of spontaneously improving and not be burdened by the bad side effects of a drug. TWO UNSATISFACTORY ALTERNATIVES: The patient with terminal

2020 Bioethics Discussion Blog

10. Young people's representations of drinking in Scotland

underneath or do a key Who took part? Fifty young adults took part in the focus groups, made up of 24 women and 26 men. So that we could compare young men and women’s views and experiences, we had separate groups for males and females. In total, we conducted eight focus groups. People were put into a group with other men/ women of a similar age and social background. We focused on two age ranges: 16–18 and 25–30. We did this so that we would hear from people at different points in their transitions (...) to adulthood. 10The focus groups were based around two activities. Activity 1 – The t-shirt Participants worked in pairs to design a t-shirt. They were given a life-sized t-shirt and lots of different coloured pens. On the front of the t-shirt, we asked them to draw or write positive things about alcohol. On the back, we asked them to draw or write negative things about alcohol. Then on the sleeves, we asked them to identify things that might make young people drink less alcohol. This led to an open group

2012 Glasgow Centre for Population Health

11. 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

12. 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

13. Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients

for lesbian, gay, and bisexual people, many of whom may be tolerated only when they are “closeted” (DiPlacido, 1998). Minority stress can be experienced in the form of ongoing daily hassles (e.g., hearing antigay jokes) and more serious negative events (e.g., loss of employment, housing, custody of children, physical and sexual assault; DiPlacido, 1998). According to a probability sample study by Herek (2009), antigay victimization has been experi- enced by approximately 1 in 8 lesbian and bisexual indi (...) subtly manifest as the inappropriate attribution of a client’s problems to his or her nonheterosexual orientation (Garnets et al., 1991; Pachankis & Goldfried, 2004). Shidlo and Schroeder (2002) found that nearly two thirds of a sample of psychotherapy clients reported that their therapists told them that, as gay men and lesbians, they could not expect to lead ful?lling, productive lives or participate in stable primary relationships. Such statements stem from a funda- mental view that homosexuality

2012 American Psychological Association

14. Patient Dignity (Formerly:Patient Modesty): Volume 97

after death became real vs theoretical for me today, and I drew upon that discussion in helping guide my family. My sister in her 50’s died unexpectedly and unattended without any obvious cause. The coroner’s office determined there was no foul play and chalked it up to undetermined natural causes. Had it been suspicious they’d of ordered an autopsy. To do an autopsy would thus be up to the family if we so chose. As much as we all would like to know what happened, there won’t be an autopsy. My (...) for the loss of your sister. I also think that your decision for no autopsy is well-thought and commendable. Reginald At , Anonymous said... JR said Biker So sorry for your loss. JR At , Anonymous said... Sharp grossmont hospital in San Diego admitted that cameras in their surgical obgyn suites were secretly videotaping patients in various stages of undress, the lawsuit alleges. Why? So they could catch a physician suspected of stealing drugs. What is more important, the privacy of hundreds of patients

2019 Bioethics Discussion Blog

15. Patient Dignity (Formerly:Patient Modesty):Volume 101

that a defenseless stands to be abused even more. I hope , for your sake that you reconsider letting them do this in the future or else have an advocate present to protect you. Banterings, An excellent post that deserves to be seen by many more than just us. In my youth, among other things, I supported feminism but changed my mind after years of real life living. There are certain differences between men and women that cannot change. Women have the right to end of the life of a baby created by two people and men (...) will be banned/severely limited at their two California tracks — Santa Anita and Golden Gate Fields." But, like so many other approaches to resolve a problem, there is whether the approach has merit in accomplishing the goal (such as too many horses dying at our Santa Anita race track). The same uncertainty may apply to the medical system's behavior. ..Maurice. At , Anonymous said... To All I have mailed a letter to Mr Kirschner explaining this blog and what our goals are and I’ve asked him to join us. I am

2019 Bioethics Discussion Blog

16. Patient Dignity (Formerly:Patient Modesty):Volume 99

request will address the issue. If you start with the 2X4 approach when it wasn't really needed you may find yourself needlessly labeled a problem patient. If anyone is going to be fired, best you be the one firing the doctor rather than the doctor firing you. At , Anonymous said... Dr B I hope you know my last comment was mostly a joke. Or sarcasm. The reflex test isn't likely what any of us are taking about anyway. I do blame my former family doctor for how long I had to suffer with my gallbladder (...) , are there two sets of standards? One set for the physician and another set for the other medical staff, nurses, techs etc. Apparently, it appears neither of these two are on the same page. Let’s hold a quiz for everyone in healthcare. Let’s see if any physician working at a hospital can recite one (1) core value of that institution or would you think that don’t need to know any because of their training? Let’s see if any of the nurses, medical staff can recite one (1) core value of the institution for which

2019 Bioethics Discussion Blog

17. Patient Dignity (Formerly:Patient Modesty):Volume 98

the United States to participate in discussions here. I am glad that you brought up intersex surgery issue discussion to be an important issue in the LGBTQ communities since that correlates with the legal case example I brought up to the thread two days ago. I have a feeling that the medical community is going to be faced more and more frequently with these issues since LGBTQ is, I think, not going away and is only going to be "coming out" more---why? Because of its biologic genetic basic origins (...) the situation is entirely on them. Remember the difference between convenience and necessity. Close the door, pull the curtain, ask before bringing anyone else into the room, if you need to view the abdomen, put a towel or sheet down first and then lift the gown up from underneath. And so forth. Act as if the patient's privacy and modesty matter to you. If healthcare would do these two things my needs would be met. At , Anonymous said... JR said: About abortions--I agree that women have the right to decide

2019 Bioethics Discussion Blog

18. 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

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

— A Toronto doctor has had her licence revoked after an intimate relationship with her cancer 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 (...) at the hospital were concerned. -- Ray At , Ray B. said... I emailed Covrmedical almost two weeks ago asking if the company sold anything to cover the genitals when receiving cancer radiation therapy called Varian RapidArc radiation. The coverings the company sells would interfere with tattoos placed around the pelvis. I never received a reply. I sent another message recently but again received no reply. I find no responses to be the most frequent "response" to queries, but in Covr's case it surprises me

2019 Bioethics Discussion Blog

20. Preserving Patient Dignity (Formerly: Patient Modesty):Volume 103

..you probably all expected what document "to fill out" I received yesterday from Press Ganey, South Bend Indiana and part of the "a national initiative sponsored by the United States Dept. of Health and Human Services relative to my two and half days hospitalization almost a month ago for my urinary tract infection with e-coli septicemia. The previous time I was hospitalized in 2004 for West Nile Virus infection, I don't recall later receiving such a survey. On looking through the questions (...) significant the first two questions are when evaluation is by a former "sick" patient, sick at the time the food was offered may have affected how the temperature and quality of the food was characterized. I, frankly, at the time was not feeling well and feeling thoughtful about characterizing the food. I didn't enter the hospital for delicious meals and in many cases, other clinically symptomatic patients probably would feel the same way about these two questions. ..Maurice. At , Anonymous said

2019 Bioethics Discussion Blog

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