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Obstacles facing evidence based medicine in physicalmedicine and rehabilitation: from opinion and knowledge to practice Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is a new approach to medicine which can guide clinical services toward effective and beneficial results with the least side effects or errors. Up to now, there have been few available articles about specialists' EBM status, specifically the status of physiatrists in the area of EBM.To determine the present status of physiatrists' attitudes
Integration of Dermatology-Focused Physical Diagnosis Rounds and Case-Based Learning within the Internal Medicine Medical Student Clerkship Over half of dermatologic conditions are seen by nondermatologists, yet medical students receive little dermatology education. Medical students in the clinical years of training at our institution felt insecure in their physical diagnosis skills for dermatologic conditions.The objective of this study was to implement dermatology-focused curricula within (...) the Internal Medicine (IM) Core Clerkship to increase student confidence in diagnosing skin diseases.Two dermatology-focused sessions were integrated into the IM Clerkship. A faculty dermatologist leads students on a dermatology-focused physical diagnosis "Skin Rounds", where patients are seen at the bedside and students practice describing skin lesions and forming a differential diagnosis. Students also participate in a case-based active learning session. A dermatologist selects images of common skin
Physics and medicine: a historical perspective. Nowadays, the term medical physics usually refers to the work of physicists employed in hospitals, who are concerned mainly with medical applications of radiation, diagnostic imaging, and clinical measurement. This involvement in clinical work began barely 100 years ago, but the relation between physics and medicine has a much longer history. In this report, I have traced this history from the earliest recorded period, when physical agents (...) of specialties such as electrophysiology, biomechanics, and ophthalmology. Physics-based medical technology developed rapidly during the 19th century, but it was the revolutionary discoveries about radiation and radioactivity at the end of the century that ushered in a new era of radiation-based medical diagnosis and treatment, thereby giving rise to the modern medical physics profession. Subsequent developments in imaging in particular have revolutionised the practice of medicine. We now stand on the brink
[Exercise therapy (Krankengymnastik Heilgymnastik) in physicalmedicine] Krankengymnastik/Heilgymnastik in der physikalischen Medizin [Exercise therapy (Krankengymnastik / Heilgymnastik) in physicalmedicine] Krankengymnastik/Heilgymnastik in der physikalischen Medizin [Exercise therapy (Krankengymnastik / Heilgymnastik) in physicalmedicine] Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Health Technology Assessment Record Status This is a bibliographic record of a published health technology assessment from (...) a member of INAHTA. No evaluation of the quality of this assessment has been made for the HTA database. Citation Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Health Technology Assessment. Krankengymnastik/Heilgymnastik in der physikalischen Medizin. [Exercise therapy (Krankengymnastik / Heilgymnastik) in physicalmedicine] Vienna: Ludwig Boltzmann Institut fuer Health Technology Assessment (LBIHTA). Rapid Systematischer Review. 2011 Final publication URL Additional data URL Indexing Status Subject indexing assigned
[Training therapy in physicalmedicine ? Systematic Review] Trainingstherapie in der physikalischen Medizin [Training therapy in physicalmedicine – Systematic Review] Trainingstherapie in der physikalischen Medizin [Training therapy in physicalmedicine – Systematic Review] Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Health Technology Assessment Record Status This is a bibliographic record of a published health technology assessment from a member of INAHTA. No evaluation of the quality of this assessment (...) has been made for the HTA database. Citation Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Health Technology Assessment. Trainingstherapie in der physikalischen Medizin. [Training therapy in physicalmedicine – Systematic Review] Vienna: Ludwig Boltzmann Institut fuer Health Technology Assessment (LBIHTA). Decision Support Document 51. 2011 Final publication URL Additional data URL Indexing Status Subject indexing assigned by CRD MeSH Exercise Therapy; Humans; Physical Therapy Modalities Language Published
WITHDRAWN: Physicalmedicine modalities for mechanical neck disorders. Twenty-six to 71 percent of the adult population can recall experiencing an episode of neck pain or stiffness in their lifetime. The treatments that patients receive for neck pain are varied, as are the perceptions of the benefits of these treatments. In this age of increasing accountability, governmental agencies, third party payers and patients are demanding evidence-based practice performance. To track down the best (...) estimate of efficacy of the various conservative management strategies for mechanical neck disorders, a four-part systematic review was prepared. Part two investigates and reports on the efficacy of physicalmedicine modalities.Multiple physicalmedicine modalities are commonly included as part of therapeutic interventions for mechanical neck disorders (neck pain). The objective of this review was to assess the effects of physicalmedicine modalities for pain in adults with mechanical neck disorders.We