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61. Effects of a food product (based on Daucus carota) and education based on traditional Persian medicine on female sexual dysfunction: a randomized clinical trial (PubMed)

Effects of a food product (based on Daucus carota) and education based on traditional Persian medicine on female sexual dysfunction: a randomized clinical trial Globally, female sexual dysfunction is a serious concern based on negative family and social consequences, high side effects of medications and lack of effective treatment. Thus, the evaluation of treatment approach for this problem is an important priority for healthcare systems. Sexual life and its related disorders are considered (...) to the Gynecology Clinic of Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran, during 2016 and 2017. The patients were randomly divided into three groups (n=32) and received the intervention over an eight-week period. The first group was provided with TPM-based sexual health training, the second group received 30 g of a traditional food product (wild carrot halva: mixed Daucus carota and several herbs with honey) on a daily basis, and the third group received a combination of this traditional food product

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2018 Electronic physician

62. Comparison of a Web-Based Teaching Tool and Traditional Didactic Learning for In Vitro Fertilization Patients: A Preliminary Randomized Controlled Trial. (PubMed)

teaching sessions. The web-based group was significantly more satisfied than the didactic teaching group. Web-based teaching was also shown to be equally effective for participants of high versus low income and education status for knowledge, stress, and satisfaction.This study provides preliminary support for the use of web-based teaching as an equally effective tool for increasing knowledge and reducing stress compared to traditional didactic teaching in IVF patients, with the added benefit (...) Comparison of a Web-Based Teaching Tool and Traditional Didactic Learning for In Vitro Fertilization Patients: A Preliminary Randomized Controlled Trial. The objective of this prospective RCT was to compare the efficacy of a web-based teaching tool to traditional didactic teaching in IVF patients.Forty women undergoing their first IVF cycle were randomly allocated to an interactive web-based teaching session or a nurse-led didactic teaching session. The primary outcome measure was participant

2018 Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology Canada : JOGC = Journal d'obstetrique et gynecologie du Canada : JOGC

63. Web-Based Immersive Patient Simulator as a Curricular Tool for Objective Structured Clinical Examination Preparation in Surgery: Development and Evaluation (PubMed)

is resource intensive and therefore there is often limited practice time. Web-based immersive patient simulators such as ALICE (Artificial Learning Interface of Clinical Education) can possibly fill this gap as they allow for the training of complex medical procedures at the user's individual pace and with an adaptable number of repetitions at home. ALICE has previously been shown to positively influence knowledge gain and motivation.Therefore, the aim of this study was to develop a Web-based curriculum (...) Web-Based Immersive Patient Simulator as a Curricular Tool for Objective Structured Clinical Examination Preparation in Surgery: Development and Evaluation Objective Structured Clinical Examination is a standard method of testing declarative and process knowledge in clinical core competencies. It is desirable that students undergo Objective Structured Clinical Examination training before participating in the exam. However, establishing Objective Structured Clinical Examination training

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2018 JMIR serious games

64. Informing Web-Based Communication Curricula in Veterinary Education: A Systematic Review of Web-Based Methods Used for Teaching and Assessing Clinical Communication in Medical Education. (PubMed)

Informing Web-Based Communication Curricula in Veterinary Education: A Systematic Review of Web-Based Methods Used for Teaching and Assessing Clinical Communication in Medical Education. We determined the Web-based configurations that are applied to teach medical and veterinary communication skills, evaluated their effectiveness, and suggested future educational directions for Web-based communication teaching in veterinary education. We performed a systematic search of CAB Abstracts, MEDLINE (...) using Kirkpatrick and Kirkpatrick's framework. The search retrieved 1,583 articles, and 10 met the final inclusion criteria. We identified no published articles on Web based communication platforms in veterinary medicine; however, publications summarized from human medicine demonstrated that WBL provides a potentially reliable and valid approach for teaching and assessing communication skills. Student feedback on the use of virtual patients for teaching clinical communication skills has been

2014 Journal of veterinary medical education

65. Simulation-based education to improve emergency management skills in caregivers of tracheostomy patients. (PubMed)

Simulation-based education to improve emergency management skills in caregivers of tracheostomy patients. Children with tracheostomies are medically complex and may be discharged with limited and variably trained home nursing support. When faced with emergencies at home, caregivers must often take the lead role in management, and many lack experience with troubleshooting these emergencies prior to initial discharge.A high-fidelity simulation-based tracheostomy education program was designed (...) using a programmable mannequin (Gaumard HAL S3004 one-year-old pediatric simulator). At the conclusion of our standard education program, caregivers completed three simulation scenarios: desaturation, mucus plugging, and dislodgement. A trained simulation facilitator graded performance. A self-assessment tool was used to analyze comfort with emergency management at the beginning of training, before and after simulation. Caregivers rated confidence using a 10 cm visual analog scale. All participants

2019 International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology

66. GLA:D<sup>®</sup> Back: implementation of group-based patient education integrated with exercises to support self-management of back pain - protocol for a hybrid effectiveness-implementation study. (PubMed)

GLA:D® Back: implementation of group-based patient education integrated with exercises to support self-management of back pain - protocol for a hybrid effectiveness-implementation study. Reassuring patient education and exercise therapy are widely recommended interventions for back pain in clinical guidelines. However, many patients are offered non-guideline endorsed options, and strategies for effective implementation of guideline-based care have not yet been developed (...) at supporting patient self-management. This comes with ready-to-use patient education materials and exercise programs. The clinical intervention is a group-based program consisting of two sessions of patient education and 8 weeks of supervised exercises. The program uses a cognitive-behavioural approach and the aim of the exercise component is to restore the patient's ability and confidence to move freely. The implementation process is evaluated in a dynamic process monitoring the penetration, adoption

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2019 BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

67. Nurse-led, telephone-based secondary preventive follow-up benefits stroke/TIA patients with low education: a randomized controlled trial sub-study. (PubMed)

Nurse-led, telephone-based secondary preventive follow-up benefits stroke/TIA patients with low education: a randomized controlled trial sub-study. The objective of this study was to analyze the impact of two forms of secondary preventive follow-up on the association between education level and levels of blood pressure (BP) and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) after stroke/transient ischemic attack (TIA).We included a population-based cohort of 771 stroke and TIA patients randomly (...) assigned (1:1) to secondary preventive follow-up within primary health care (control) or nurse-led, telephone-based follow-up (intervention) between January 1, 2010, and December 31, 2013, as part of the NAILED (nurse-based age-independent intervention to limit evolution of disease) stroke risk factor trial. We compared BP and LDL-C levels 12 months after hospital discharge in relation to education level (low, ≤10 years; high, >10 years) separately for the intervention and control groups.Among controls

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68. Evaluating the effect of lifestyle education based on peer model on anxiety in patients with acute myocardial infarction. (PubMed)

Evaluating the effect of lifestyle education based on peer model on anxiety in patients with acute myocardial infarction. Background Anxiety in patients with myocardial infarction (MI) which has a very negative effect on the prognosis of their disease and their physical and mental health. We performed this study in order to find the impact of a peer based education (PE) on anxiety in patients with MI. Methods This was a randomized clinical trial study. The study participants included 60 patient (...) group. Conclusion Our findings indicated that the implication of PE as an educational element in decreasing anxiety score and can be considered as a method for continuing of care, and could as well as be a good approach for other patients.

2019 Journal of complementary & integrative medicine

69. Brain education-based meditation for patients with hypertension and/or type 2 diabetes: A pilot randomized controlled trial. (PubMed)

Brain education-based meditation for patients with hypertension and/or type 2 diabetes: A pilot randomized controlled trial. Hypertension and type 2 diabetes are chronic diseases, which generally require lifetime care. Meditation and yoga can be complementary to pharmacological therapies according to the scientific evidences so far. Brain education-based meditation (BEM) is a technique, which has been known to change brain structure, psychology, and physiology of healthy adult participants (...) . This randomized, nonblinded pilot trial aimed to examine whether BEM affects the conditions of patients with hypertension and/or type 2 diabetes compared with health education classes.We randomly allocated 48 patients with hypertension and/or type 2 diabetes to BEM (n = 24) or health education (n = 24) classes in the Ulsan Junggu Public Health Center in Korea, where the classes were run during the same period and explored the impact of 8-week practice on the serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase, serum

2019 Medicine

70. Patients' and Care Providers' Perceptions of Television-Based Education in the Intensive Care Unit. (PubMed)

Patients' and Care Providers' Perceptions of Television-Based Education in the Intensive Care Unit. Delivery of patient education materials to promote health literacy is a vital component of patient-centered care, which improves patients' decision-making, reduces patients' anxiety, and improves clinical outcomes.To evaluate perceptions of television-based patient education among patients, caregivers, nurses, and other care providers (attending physicians, advanced practice nurses, physician (...) assistants, and resident fellows) in the intensive care unit.A Likert-scale survey of the perceptions of patients, caregivers, nurses, and other care providers in the medical and cardiovascular intensive care units of a large academic medical center. Perceptions of the effects of television-based education on anxiety, knowledge, and health-related decision-making were assessed.A total of 188 participants completed the survey. Among them, 75% of nurses and 76% of other providers agreed or strongly agreed

2019 American Journal of Critical Care

71. Simulation-based education for physicians to increase oral anticoagulants in hospitalized elderly patients with atrial fibrillation. (PubMed)

Simulation-based education for physicians to increase oral anticoagulants in hospitalized elderly patients with atrial fibrillation. This study was intended to determine whether a simulation-based education addressed to physicians was able to increase the proportion of hospitalized elderly with atrial fibrillation prescribed with oral anticoagulants (OACs) compared with the usual practice.We conducted a cluster randomized trial (from April 2015 to September 2018) on 32 Italian internal medicine (...) and geriatric wards randomized 1:1 to intervention or control arms. The physicians of wards randomized to intervention received a computer-based e-learning tool with clinical scenarios (Dr Sim), and those of wards randomized to control received no formal educational intervention. The primary outcome was the OAC prescription rate at hospital discharge in the intervention and control arms.Of 452 patients scrutinized, 247 were included in the analysis. Of them, 186 (75.3%) were prescribed with OACs at hospital

2019 American Journal of Medicine

72. School-based education programmes for improving knowledge of back health, ergonomics and postural behaviour of secondary school children

School-based education programmes for improving knowledge of back health, ergonomics and postural behaviour of secondary school children 1 The Campbell Collaboration | www.campbellcollaboration.org Title Registration for a Systematic Review: School-Based Education Programs for Improving Knowledge of Back Health, Ergonomics and Postural Behaviour of Secondary School Children: A Systematic Review Josette Bettany-Saltikov, Tracey Arnell, Paul van-Schaik, Robert McSherry, Iain Baird, Vicki (...) Whittaker Submitted to the Coordinating Group of: Crime and Justice Education Disability International Development Nutrition Social Welfare Other: Plans to co-register: No Yes Cochrane Other Maybe Date Submitted: 23 May 2016 Date Revision Submitted: 2 November 2016 Approval Date: Publication Date: Campbell Collaboration Systematic Review Title Registration Template version date: 9 February 2014 2 The Campbell Collaboration | www.campbellcollaboration.org TITLE OF THE REVIEW School-Based Education

2016 Campbell Collaboration

73. Effect of stage-based education provided by dedicated dietitians on hyperphosphataemic haemodialysis patients: results from the Nutrition Education for Management of Osteodystrophy randomised controlled trial. (PubMed)

Effect of stage-based education provided by dedicated dietitians on hyperphosphataemic haemodialysis patients: results from the Nutrition Education for Management of Osteodystrophy randomised controlled trial. The Nutrition Education for Management of Osteodystrophy trial showed that stage-based nutrition education by dedicated dietitians surpasses existing practices in Lebanon with respect to lowering serum phosphorus among general haemodialysis patients. The present study explores the effect (...) of nutrition education specifically on hyperphosphataemic patients from this trial.Hyperphosphataemic haemodialysis patients were allocated to a dedicated dietitian (DD), a trained hospital dietitian (THD) and existing practice (EP) protocols. From time-point (t)-0 until t-1 (6 months), the DD group (n = 47) received 15 min of biweekly nutrition education by dedicated dietitians trained on renal nutrition; the THD group (n = 89) received the usual care from trained hospital dietitians; and the EP group (n

2017 Journal of human nutrition and dietetics : the official journal of the British Dietetic Association

74. Video-Based Patient Education Improves Patient Attitudes Toward Resident Participation in Outpatient Surgical Care. (PubMed)

Video-Based Patient Education Improves Patient Attitudes Toward Resident Participation in Outpatient Surgical Care. Decipher if patient attitudes toward resident participation in surgical care can be improved with patient education using a video-based modality.A survey using a 5-pt Likert scale was created, piloted, and distributed in general and colorectal surgery outpatient clinics that had residents involved with patient care at 2 facilities, both with control and intervention groups (...) . The intervention group viewed a short video (∼4 min) explaining the role, education, and responsibilities of medical students, residents, and attending surgeons prior to answering the survey.General and colorectal surgery outpatient clinics at the University of Texas Health San Antonio, Texas.A total of 383 responses were collected, all clinic patients were eligible.The majority of patients (82%) welcomed resident participation in their health care. Eighteen percent of patients did not expect residents

2018 Journal of Surgical Education

75. Use of Technology in Patient and Family Education: Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines

and Systems Report Type: Summary of Abstracts Result type: Report Question What is the clinical effectiveness of technology use for patient and family education? What are the evidence-based guidelines for technology use for patient and family education? Key Message Five systematic reviews and two meta-analyses were identified regarding the clinical effectiveness of technology use for patient and family education. Files Rapid Response Summary of Abstracts Published : November 6, 2018 Related Content Follow (...) Use of Technology in Patient and Family Education: Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines Use of Technology in Patient and Family Education: Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines | CADTH.ca Find the information you need Use of Technology in Patient and Family Education: Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines Use of Technology in Patient and Family Education: Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines Last updated: November 6, 2018 Project Number: RB1273-000 Product Line: Research Type: Devices

2018 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health - Rapid Review

76. Malignant websites? Analyzing the quality of prostate cancer education web resources (PubMed)

Malignant websites? Analyzing the quality of prostate cancer education web resources Prostate cancer patients are using more web resources to inform themselves about their cancer. However, patients may receive out-of-date or inaccurate information due to lack of regulation. The current study looks to systematically analyze the quality of websites accessed by patients with prostate cancer.The term "prostate cancer" was searched in Google and the metasearch engines, Yippy and Dogpile, and the top (...) 100 hits related to patient information were compiled from over 32 million hits. A standardized tool was used to examine 100 sites with respect to attribution, currency, usability, and content.Of the top 100 websites relating to prostate cancer information, only 27% identified an author, of which 16% had their credentials displayed. The majority of websites disclosed ownership (97%). Over half of the websites did not include the date of the last update and of those that did, only 66% were current

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2018 Canadian Urological Association Journal

77. How Do Clinicians Learn About Knowledge Translation? An Investigation of Current Web-Based Learning Opportunities (PubMed)

How Do Clinicians Learn About Knowledge Translation? An Investigation of Current Web-Based Learning Opportunities Clinicians are important stakeholders in the translation of well-designed research evidence into clinical practice for optimal patient care. However, the application of knowledge translation (KT) theories and processes may present conceptual and practical challenges for clinicians. Online learning platforms are an effective means of delivering KT education, providing an interactive (...) , time-efficient, and affordable alternative to face-to-face education programs.This study investigates the availability and accessibility of online KT learning opportunities for health professionals. It also provides an analysis of the types of resources and associated disciplines retrieved by a range of KT synonyms.We searched a range of bibliographic databases and the Internet (Google advanced option) using 9 KT terms to identify online KT learning resources. To be eligible, resources had

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2017 JMIR medical education

78. The effectiveness of web-based tools for improving blood glucose control in patients with diabetes mellitus: a meta-analysis

in glycosylated haemoglobin in patients with diabetes who have suboptimal blood glucose control. Some limitations of the review process and reporting, particularly the lack of consideration of the quality assessment, mean that the authors' results should be interpreted with caution. Authors' objectives To assess the effectiveness of web-based health education tools in improving blood glucose control in patients with diabetes mellitus. Searching Several electronic sources including CINAHL, EMBASE, MEDLINE (...) , The Cochrane Library, PsycINFO and OpenSIGLE (1996 to February 2010) were searched. OpenSIGLE covered grey literature. Search terms were reported in the review. Study selection Randomised, controlled trials (RCTs) in patients with type 1 or 2 diabetes who had sub-optimal blood glucose control (glycosylated haemoglobin above 7%) that compared a web-based education tool with usual care and that reportd glycosylated haemoglobin as an outcome were eligible for inclusion. Secondary outcomes were lipids, process

2011 DARE.

79. Evidence for Therapeutic Patient Education Interventions to Promote Cardiovascular Patient Self-Management: A Scientific Statement for Healthcare Professionals From the American Heart Association

approaches across settings and disease conditions. The most effective interventions were tailored to individual patient needs, used multiple components to improve self-management outcomes, and often used multidisciplinary approaches. Conclusions—This synthesis of evidence expands the base of knowledge related to the development of patient self- management skills and provides direction for more rigorous research. Recommendations are provided to guide the implementation of therapeutic patient education (...) tailored lifestyle modification (eg, DASH [Dietary Approaches to Hypertension] diet, medication use). 29 Behavioral interventions reported in 6 articles 28,34,36,39–41 did not include the use of SMBP. Nurses most frequently provided the TPE to patients with hypertension, delivering TPE by telephone or in person. Behavioral research inter- ventions included hypertension self-management–tailored education based on stage of change, 34 culturally appropriate nurse-led lifestyle interventions for African

2017 American Heart Association

80. Educating patients or blaming them? Public education campaigns on antibiotic resistance

cause real anxiety when a family member falls acutely ill. Professionals can find it difficult to determine a reasonable course of action faced with the possibility of a rapidly spreading infection that could be fatal. It is therefore not productive to blame patients and the public for “demanding” antibiotics or putting unreasonable “pressure” on GPs based on scant evidence. While we welcome patient education campaigns as part of a wide-ranging effort to minimise unnecessary antimicrobial resistance (...) Educating patients or blaming them? Public education campaigns on antibiotic resistance Educating patients or blaming them? Public education campaigns on antibiotic resistance - The BMJ ---> There is a problem in the field of antibiotic stewardship. Bundled in with the worthy attempts to reduce unnecessary prescribing, particularly in primary care, patients are persistently mischaracterised as a barrier in the quest to reduce antibiotic resistance. They—or “we,” as we are all patients at some

2019 The BMJ Blog

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