Community Medicine: A branch of medicine concerned with the total health of the individual within the home environment and in the community, and with the application of comprehensive care to the prevention and treatment of illness in the entire community.Pastoral Care: Counseling or comfort given by ministers, priests, rabbis, etc., to those in need of help with emotional problems or stressful situations.Curriculum: A course of study offered by an educational institution.Education, Medical, Graduate: Educational programs for medical graduates entering a specialty. 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(JAMA 1995;273(3):192)Lutheran Blood-Group System: A complex blood group system having pairs of alternate antigens and amorphic genes, but also subject to a dominant independently segregating repressor.Naloxone: A specific opiate antagonist that has no agonist activity. It is a competitive antagonist at mu, delta, and kappa opioid receptors.Drug Overdose: Accidental or deliberate use of a medication or street drug in excess of normal dosage.Narcotic Antagonists: Agents inhibiting the effect of narcotics on the central nervous system.Opioid-Related Disorders: Disorders related or resulting from abuse or mis-use of opioids.Bibliometrics: The use of statistical methods in the analysis of a body of literature to reveal the historical development of subject fields and patterns of authorship, publication, and use. Formerly called statistical bibliography. 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Its capital is Abuja.Community Health Workers: Persons trained to assist professional health personnel in communicating with residents in the community concerning needs and availability of health services.Dental Prophylaxis: Treatment for the prevention of periodontal diseases or other dental diseases by the cleaning of the teeth in the dental office using the procedures of DENTAL SCALING and DENTAL POLISHING. 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Attitudes and behavioral intentions regarding managed care: a comparison of academic and community physicians. (1/140)

Physicians' attitudes toward managed care and the impact of these attitudes on behaviors that affect patient care are important factors in managed care reform. In addition, the attitudes of academic physicians may influence their willingness to reform medical education in an effort to prepare students to practice under managed care. Although it is a conventional opinion that the academic health center and its academic physicians are antagonistic toward managed care, there has not been a direct comparison of the attitudes of these physicians to those of practicing community physicians. We used a self-administered questionnaire to assess attitudes toward managed care and behavioral intentions regarding practices related to managed care; a sample of academic physicians (n = 129) was compared with a sample of community physicians (n = 307). Community physicians were less negative in their evaluations of the quality of care in a managed care environment, but no differences were identified between the two groups with regard to the cost-effectiveness, inevitability, or need to adapt to managed care. Academic specialists were more likely than academic primary care physicians to rate managed care as something to which they needed to adapt. Community physicians were less likely to report a willingness to change their referral patterns. Aggregating across practice type, we also uncovered systematic differences between primary care and specialist physicians. The data suggest that opinions about quality and cost-containment in managed care are significant correlates of intentions to change practice behaviors.  (+info)

Resolution and resurgence of schistosoma haematobium-induced pathology after community-based chemotherapy in ghana, as detected by ultrasound. (2/140)

Community-based treatment is recommended for endemic populations with urinary schistosomiasis; however, the optimal target group for treatment and retreatment interval have not been established. Using ultrasound, this study identified subpopulations whose lesions were most likely to respond to treatment and characterized resurgence of pathology. Ultrasound examination of 1202 infected patients was followed by chemotherapy with praziquantel. A sample of 698 patients was followed for 18 months after treatment. Nearly all types of bladder pathologies resolved after treatment, regardless of patient's age or intensity of initial infection. However, many patients' upper urinary tract pathologies (62.5%) did not resolve. During the 18-month follow-up period, reappearance of severe bladder pathologies was rare, and <10% of persons had resurgence of mild bladder pathologies. For this population, retreatment is not needed annually but might be cost effective if given several years later. Confirmation from other areas is required before general policies can be formed.  (+info)

A pilot study of community-based training of hospital obstetric senior house officers. (3/140)

Most senior house officer (SHOs) posts have little relevance to general practice. This problem was addressed in a pilot community teaching placement, of up to one session per week over four to six months that was set up to learn community-based obstetrics from primary health care teams. The nine participating SHOs were interviewed; qualitative analysis revealed seven themes that were important to the SHOs that should help guide further community-based teaching. Such sessional release for improving the practice-based component of vocational training merits evaluation in a larger study.  (+info)

A randomized, community-based trial of the effects of improved, centrally processed complementary foods on growth and micronutrient status of Ghanaian infants from 6 to 12 mo of age. (4/140)

BACKGROUND: Koko, a fermented maize porridge used as the primary complementary food in Ghana, has been implicated in the high prevalence of child malnutrition. Weanimix, a cereal-legume blend developed by the United Nations Children's Fund and the Ghanaian government, has been promoted as an alternative. OBJECTIVE: We evaluated the effect of feeding Weanimix and 3 other locally formulated, centrally processed complementary foods on the nutritional status of 208 breast-fed infants. DESIGN: Infants were randomly assigned to receive 1 of 4 foods from 6 to 12 mo of age: Weanimix (W), Weanimix plus vitamins and minerals (WM), Weanimix plus fish powder (WF), and koko plus fish powder (KF). Dietary and anthropometric data were collected regularly. Blood was collected at 6 and 12 mo of age to assess iron, zinc, vitamin A, and riboflavin status. Before and after the intervention, cross-sectional data on the anthropometric status of infants not included in the intervention (NI; n = 464) were collected. RESULTS: There were no significant differences between intervention groups in weight or length gain or in hemoglobin, hematocrit, transferrin saturation, plasma zinc, or erythrocyte riboflavin values between 6 and 12 mo of age. From 9 to 12 mo of age, z scores were lower in NI infants than in the combined intervention groups [at 12 mo: -1.71 +/- 0.90 compared with -1.19 +/- 0.93 for weight and -1.27 +/- 1.02 compared with -0.63 +/- 0.84 for length (P < 0.001 for both), respectively]. The percentage of infants with low ferritin values increased significantly between 6 and 12 mo of age in groups W, WF, and KF but not in group WM. Change in plasma retinol between 6 and 12 mo of age was significantly greater in group WM than in the other 3 groups combined (0.14 +/- 0.3 compared with -0.04 +/- 0.3 micromol/L, P = 0. 003). CONCLUSIONS: All 4 foods improved growth relative to the NI group. Infants fed WM had better iron stores and vitamin A status than those fed nonfortified foods.  (+info)

Community nephrology: audit of screening for renal insufficiency in a high risk population. (5/140)

BACKGROUND: The rate of acceptance onto dialysis programmes has doubled in the past 10 years and is steadily increasing. Early detection and treatment of renal failure slows the rate of progression. Is it feasible to screen for patients who are at increased risk of developing renal failure? We have audited primary care records of patients aged 50-75 years who have either hypertension or diabetes, and are therefore considered to be at high risk of developing renal insufficiency. Our aim was to see whether patients had had their blood pressure measured and urine tested for protein within 12 months, and plasma creatinine measured within 24 months. METHODS: This was a retrospective study of case notes and computer records in 12 general practices from inner and greater London. A total of 16,855 patients were aged 50-75 years. From this age group, 2693 (15.5%) patients were identified as being either hypertensive or diabetic, or both. RESULTS: Of the 2561 records audited, 1359 (53.1%) contained a plasma creatinine measured within 24 months, and 11% of these (150) had a value > 125 micromol/l. This equates to a prevalence of renal insufficiency of > 110,000 patients per million in this group. Forty two patients (28%) had been referred to a nephrologist. Of records audited, 73% contained a blood pressure measurement and 29% contained a test for proteinuria within 12 months. CONCLUSIONS: There is a high prevalence of chronic renal insufficiency in hypertensive and diabetic patients. It is feasible to detect renal insufficiency at a primary care level, but an effective system will require computerized databases that code for age, ethnicity, measurement of blood pressure and renal function, as well as diagnoses.  (+info)

Measuring community-oriented attitudes towards medical practice. (6/140)

BACKGROUND: The measurement of attitude and attitudinal changes regarding community-oriented primary care (COPC) and the community-oriented principles of family medicine from the College of Family Physicians of Canada was a key component of this study involving family medicine residents. The Department of Family and Community Medicine at the Toronto Hospital initiated a new COPC curriculum in July 1997 for its first-year residents which was designed to teach the principles of family medicine which are community oriented. OBJECTIVE: This study was developed to provide an analysis and summary of the attitude and attitudinal changes of residents exposed to the programme and those of two cohort groups who were not exposed. METHODS: A quasi-experimental design was used. A 20-item questionnaire was administered pre- and post-intervention. Qualitative data were also collected from focus group sessions with the residents exposed to the programme. RESULTS: The questionnaire was found to have good reliability, with an alpha coefficient of 0.8. No significant differences were observed between the study and control groups pre- and post-intervention. Within the study group, two items from the questionnaire yielded significant differences (P < 0.05). These items dealt with lack of funding and impracticality issues of applying COPC in medical practice. They were also the prevalent themes generated from the focus group session analysis. CONCLUSIONS: The qualitative data corroborated the findings of the survey. These findings have helped in the evolution of the curriculum. Longitudinal studies to measure attitudes and the practice of COPC and community-oriented principles of family medicine after residency are recommended.  (+info)

Frequency doubling perimetry and the detection of eye disease in the community. (7/140)

PURPOSE: Frequency Doubling Technology (FDT) perimetry is a novel perimetric test that provides rapid screening (45 to 60 seconds) and full-threshold (4 to 5 minutes) testing for detection of vision loss. The purpose of this study was to determine the specificity and sensitivity of FDT perimetry for the detection of ocular disease. METHODS: A total of 130 participants (257 eyes of 42 men and 88 women) recruited from the community completed FDT perimetry, standard achromatic automated perimetry (SAP), anterior segment biomicroscopy, tonometry, and dilated ophthalmoscopy. FDT results were considered abnormal if 1 point was abnormal (depressed below the 5% level on the screening protocol C-20-5). SAP was considered abnormal if the glaucoma hemifield test or pattern standard deviation was outside normal limits (P < .05) or a hemifield cluster of 3 depressed points on the pattern deviation probability plot (P < .05) was present. An abnormal eye examination was defined as the presence of an abnormality in the anterior segment, lens, or posterior segment that was likely to cause a visual field defect or the presence of glaucomatous or other optic neuropathy. RESULTS: The mean age (+/- SD) of participants was 55.5 years (+/- 10.3). Ethnic groups, as reported by participants, included 77 (59%) African Americans, 40 (31%) Caucasians, and 13 (10%) in other groups. On clinical examination, 116 eyes (45%) were normal, 9 eyes (3.5%) had a cataract with best corrected visual acuity worse than 20/30, 16 eyes (6%) had open-angle glaucoma, and 17 eyes (7%) had retinal findings or lesions that were likely to cause a visual field defect. For FDT perimetry, 22 (8.6%) of 257 tests were unreliable, and for SAP, 65 (25.3%) of 257 tests were unreliable. The sensitivity and specificity of FDT perimetry for detecting an abnormal clinical examination were 55% and 90% and for detecting an abnormal examination that included an abnormal SAP, 64% and 86%. CONCLUSIONS: FDP demonstrated reasonable discriminatory power for detecting eye disease.  (+info)

Antimicrobial resistance: a plan of action for community practice. (8/140)

Antibiotic resistance was once confined primarily to hospitals but is becoming increasingly prevalent in family practice settings, making daily therapeutic decisions more challenging. Recent reports of pediatric deaths and illnesses in communities in the United States have raised concerns about the implications and future of antibiotic resistance. Because 20 percent to 50 percent of antibiotic prescriptions in community settings are believed to be unnecessary, primary care physicians must adjust their prescribing behaviors to ensure that the crisis does not worsen. Clinicians should not accommodate patient demands for unnecessary antibiotics and should take steps to educate patients about the prudent use of these drugs. Prescriptions for targeted-spectrum antibiotics, when appropriate, can help preserve the normal susceptible flora. Antimicrobials intended for the treatment of bacterial infections should not be used to manage viral illnesses. Local resistance trends may be used to guide prescribing decisions.  (+info)

*OU School of Community Medicine

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*Indian Journal of Community Medicine

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*Bachelor of Clinical Medicine and Community Health

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*Islami Bank Medical College

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*Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital

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*Graham Spanier

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*B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad

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*J. W. Bhore

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*David Morley (paediatrician)

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*University of North Dakota

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*Brahmanbaria Medical College

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*Gastroenteritis

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*Youth in Saudi Arabia

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*Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College

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*Kelvyn Jones

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*Violence against women in Tamil Nadu

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*Smart Village India

Garg, B. S.; Raut, A. V. (2015). "Adarsh Gram: A Gandhian Dream of Gram Swaraj". Indian Journal of Community Medicine. 40 (1): ...

*Magued Osman

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*Bone resorption

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*Nomophobia

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*Healthcare in Chennai

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*Teenage pregnancy

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*Bedridden

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*Duncan W. Clark

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*Rabies

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*Nursing in Japan

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Dr. Eidson-Ton completed her medical school training at University of California, San Francisco. After completing a joint residency in Family Medicine and Obstetrics at UC Davis, she joined the UC Davis Family and Community Medicine faculty in 2002 where she helped to coordinate the integration of womens health, obstetrics and newborn care in the Residency Program. Dr. Eidson-Ton is also the Co-Director of the family medicine medical student education program at UC Davis and Director of the Rural-PRIME program in the School of Medicine, a new model for non-urban medical practice. This innovative program is designed to increase student exposure to rural practice and allow for consistent teaching and mentorship by rural physicians to encourage students to enter rural practice. Dr. Eidson-Tons clinical focus on womens health and maternity care allows her to support families as they are going through a transformative part of their lives. She is also passionate about cross-cultural issues in ...
Archives of Community Medicine & Public Health is an international, open access, peer-reviewed Journal, dedicated to the clinical and investigative studies, treatments, new diagnostic techniques, and other topics relating to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases affecting community & Public health.
Indian Journal of Community Medicine, the official organ of the Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine (IAPSM), India
Indian Journal of Community Medicine (IJCM) is an open access journal which is published quarterly by the Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine (IAPSM)
University of Bristol - person profile - School of Social and Community Medicine - Professor Caroline Relton - Epigenetic epidemiology
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Anthony Jerant, a physician-leader known for his commitment to patient- and family-centered care, has become chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at UC Davis.
From the Division of Pediatric Rheumatology, Department of Pediatrics, McMaster University, Hamilton; Department of Family and Community Medicine, and Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto; Schwartz-Reisman Emergency Medicine Institute, Department of Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.T. Cellucci, MD, MScCH, FRCPC, Assistant Professor, Division of Pediatric Rheumatology, Department of Pediatrics, McMaster University; S. Lee, MD, MHSc (Ed), CCFP(EM), FCFP, Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, and Schwartz-Reisman Emergency Medicine Institute, Department of Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospital; F. Webster, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine and Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto ...
Source: compiled from health departments statistics.. 14.50 Community medicine is a new specialty. Although the Todd Com-mission referred to it in its 1968 report, it was not until 1972 that a Faculty of Community Medicine was established by the Royal Colleges of Physicians. Outside the health service community physicians are employed in universities, the armed forces and government administration. Their main functions which are medical administration, environmental health and preventive medicine in the community, and epidemiology, combine to give the community physician a unique role in the planning of comprehensive health care for the community as a whole. The community physician should be responsible for:. "highlighting the health problems in his particular population, for stimulating different health professionals to plan their services to meet these problems, and for evaluating and monitoring the success of these services".. In addition he should keep in contact with and advise the related ...
From the Bruyère Research Institute (BRI); Centre for Global Health, Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Epidemiological Research Center, National Academy of Medicine, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Rheumatology Division, Department of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand; Cochrane Musculoskeletal Group, Ottawa; Institute for Work and Health, Toronto; Department of Epidemiology and Community Medicine, and the Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa; Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Clinical Epidemiology Program; Institute of Population Health and Department of Epidemiology and Community Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada. This report is based on a Cochrane review published in The Cochrane Library 2013, Issue 5 (see www.thecochranelibrary.com for information). Cochrane reviews are regularly updated as new evidence emerges and in response to feedback, and The Cochrane Library should be ...
Our vision is being leaders in caring and imparting knowledge and providing service that will improve human health and well-being. Our values include collaboration, scholarship, integrity, compassion, humor, and respect for self and others. We are committed to providing excellent care and service to our patients and community and fostering professional and personal growth. Our mission is to enhance health and primary care for our communities, emphasizing rural and underserved areas, through leadership in education, scholarship, and service.. ...
medicine, nursing, psychology, social work, and sociology, are actively engaged in understanding the psychosocial and emotional consequences of chronic pain and illness: Yet few studies have addressed the use of web-based tools, such as blogs, in the patient experience of living with chronic pain or illness.. Four Tufts University School of Medicine faculty members, Pamela Katz Ressler (Pain Research, Education and Policy Program), Libby Bradshaw (Pain Research, Education and Policy Program), Lisa Gualtieri (Health Communications Program), and Kenneth Chui (Public Health and Community Medicine) from the Tufts University School of Medicine in the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine recently published the results from a formative research study, Communicating the Experience of Chronic Pain and Illness through Blogging, in the Journal of Medical Internet Research.. The goal of this research was to explore the use of patient illness blogs as a means of communicating the experience of ...
As noted above, the Department of Family and Community Medicine maintains a clinical practice on the Temple University Health Sciences Center Campus. All of the members of the Department are board-certified and provide comprehensive care to patients of all ages. Preventive health care and the application of evidence-based medicine are central components of our practice. Most of the members of the Department of Family and Community Medicine also provide routine prenatal care. The office is a modern and well equipped office with facilities for the performance of minor surgical procedures, flexible sigmoidoscopy, and colposcopy. Our staff are bilingual in Spanish and English.. ...
Erik A.Wallace, MD, Associate Professor, John H. Schumann, MD, Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine January 19, 2012 Appropriate Use of Screening and Diagnostic Tests to Foster High Value, Cost-Conscious Care TO THE EDITOR: As discussed by Qaseem et al (1), unnecessary testing ordered by physicians contributes to a significant proportion of increased health care spending. Although we agree that the 37 tests listed do not reflect high-value care, some of these tests, plus additional low-cost, low-value tests, are available for purchase by patients through commercial companies. These tests, including a variety of blood tests and ultrasounds, are being marketed to the general public as a way to find disease before symptoms present so that patients can avoid experiencing a catastrophic illness. Although patients can assess their risk for illness and whether a test is "indicated, " patients are encouraged to ...
The course aims to provide the student the main elements of occupational health. To acquire basic knowledge on health and safety prevention and promotion in workplaces, through risk assessment, health surveillance, fitness for work, health education and legislation. To define methods and criteria for clinical ,analytical and instrumental assessment to etiological diagnosis and prevention of work related diseases. ...
Factors influencing the utilization of health services are classified into: characteristics of the subjects, disorders and the service11. The focus of this study was on. the service-related characteristics. The two important findings were: (a) quality related factors were important utilization determining factors, in both PPs and UHCs and (b) major difference between the UHC and the PPs was the waiting period and the geographical accessibility of the health facility. The UHC and the PPs also differed on cleaner appearance, better behaviour of the doctors and getting relief. These differences, despite being significant were less so compared to the earlier two differences. It was further apparent that regarding dispensing good medicines and professional competency of the doctors (good doctor), there was not much difference between the UHCs and the PPs. In our study area there was one UHC with a staff of over 30 including 2 qualified doctors; laboratory and indoor facilities; and a free ...
The prevalence of osteo-arthritis among elderly as per the present study was 56.6%. Community survey data in rural and urban areas of India shows the prevalence of osteoarthritis to be in the range of 17 to 60.6%. The prevalence of osteo-arthritis amongst elderly in rural areas of Amritsar was 60.6%2, while it was 17% amongst the elderly of rural areas of Wardha (Maharastra)3. In Aligarh the prevalence of osteo-arthritis was 30.2%4.. Present study showed significant difference in the prevalence of osteo-arthritis in elderly of rural and urban areas. The low prevalence of osteo-arthritis in rural elderly could be due to differences in their life style. Rural elderly are usually more mobile, (in present study also limitation of movements in rural elderly was significantly less than in urban elderly) have less obesity compared to urban elderly and have better socialinteractions.. The last factor makes rural elderly to divert their minds away from symptoms. It was seen in the present study that peak ...
My husband is a banker and his friends used to call me and seek medical advice. They had issues with blood sugar control and elevated cholesterol levels even from a comparatively younger age. Some were feeling anxious with heavy mental workloads and I thought it was important to study about occupational mental health. Occupational stress was not a well known entity in Sri Lanka at that time (2007-2009). I choose Professor Rohinie de Alwis Seneviratne, Professor of Community Medicine at the Department of Community Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo who is a pioneer in occupational health research in Sri Lanka as my supervisor. I am very grateful to her for her contribution in shaping me up to what I am now. I was lucky since she accepted to be my supervisor. I think mental health especially at work settings need consideration even though it is a competing priority and that is again a reason for me to choose this study area ...
My decision to enrol in a PhD at UNSW was inspired by a presentation by Dr Adrienne Withall, a senior lecturer in the School and my now supervisor. I had been delivering services to people with dementia, but I was ready to make a contribution to the field at a higher level. I was captivated when Dr Withall visited my town to talk about her research into younger onset dementia (YOD). After speaking with her and researching around, I came to recognise the breadth of expertise in the School, the positive experience of previous students, and the array of valuable skills I would learn. ...
by Eugen Bauer, Johannes Zimmermann, Federico Baldini, Ines Thiele, Christoph Kaleta Recent advances focusing on the metabolic interactions within and between cellular populations have emphasized the importance of microbial communities for human health. Constraint-based modeling, with flux balance analysis in particular, has been established as a key approach for studying microbial metabolism, whereas individual-based modeling…
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Dr. Rohin Rameswarapu1, Dr. RL Lakshman 2, Dr. Sameer Valsangkar3. 1Assistant Professor Department of Community Medicine Malla Reddy Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad. 2Associate professor, 3Senior resident, Department of Community Medicine, Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad.. Abstract:. Background: Non communicable diseases account for 63% of the deaths worldwide and 53% of the deaths in India. Occupation in itself is a risk factor for these diseases in addition to being a modifier of the lifestyle, diet practices and physical activity practices.. Objectives: To evaluate socio-demographic factors, self reported prevalence of non communicable disease among corporate professional employees and to assess lifestyle practices and occupational risk factors risk factors modifying the risk of non communicable diseases. Materials and methods: A cross sectional study was conducted among corporate professional employees across 20 states in India. Responses were obtained after informed consent ...
Pooja Chauhan1, V. Chandrashekar2. 1Assistant Professor, Department of Community Medicine, MRIMS, Hyderabad, 2Professor and Head of department of Community medicine, Narayana Medical College, Nellore.. Abstract :. Background: Health problems of the old people are a very important component of any healthcare delivery system. Age related changes in immune system and degenerative phenomenon render people susceptible to a variety of infections, neoplasia and other disabilities.. Objectives: To study the morbidity pattern among elderly people of Venkatachalem village, Nellore.. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted in Venkatachalem village. 290 people of age 60 yrs and above were included in the study. Morbidity was assessed by history taking, clinical examination, reviewing past medical records and medicines taken by the study subject.. Result: The average number of morbidity per person was 3.5. The common morbidities were joint complaints (65.9%), anemia (56.6%), cataract (48.3%), and ...
Arvind BA - To assess the prevalence of dental fluorosis and genu valgum among school children in rural field practice area of M S Ramaiah Medical College Dissertation Submitted to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka, Bangalore in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of M. D. (Community Medicine) under the guidance of Dr. PRUTHVISH. S DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE, M. S. RAMAIAH MEDICAL COLLEGE BANGALORE. MARCH 2011 (contact PFPC for copy ...
Profile of participants and genotype distributions of 108 polymorphisms in a cross-sectional study of associations of genotypes with lifestyle and clinical factors: a project in the Japan Multi-Institutional Collaborative Cohort (J-MICC) Study., Wakai K, Hamajima N, Okada R, Naito M, Morita E, Hishida A, Kawai S, Nishio K, Yin G, Asai Y, Matsuo K, Hosono S, Ito H, Watanabe M, Kawase T, Suzuki T, Tajima K, Tanaka K, Higaki Y, Hara M, Imaizumi T, Taguchi N, Nakamura K, Nanri H, Sakamoto T, Horita M, Shinchi K, Kita Y, Turin TC, Rumana N, Matsui K, Miura K, Ueshima H, Takashima N, Nakamura Y, Suzuki S, Ando R, Hosono A, Imaeda N, Shibata K, Goto C, Hattori N, Fukatsu M, Yamada T, Tokudome S, Takezaki T, Niimura H, Hirasada K, Nakamura A, Tatebo M, Ogawa S, Tsunematsu N, Chiba S, Mikami H, Kono S, Ohnaka K, Takayanagi R, Watanabe Y, Ozaki E, Shigeta M, Kuriyama N, Yoshikawa A, Matsui D, Watanabe I, Inoue K, Ozasa K, Mitani S, Arisawa K, Uemura H, Hiyoshi M, Takami H, Yamaguchi M, Nakamoto M, Takeda ...
Knobloch, T. J., Peng, J., Hade, E. M., Cohn, D. E., Ruffin, M. T., Schiano, M. A., Calhoun, B. C., McBee, W. C., Lesnock, J. L., Gallion, H. H., Pollock, J., Lu, B., Oghumu, S., Zhang, Z., Sears, M. T., Ogbemudia, B. E., Perrault, J. T., Weghorst, L. C., Strawser, E., DeGraffinreid, C. R. & 2 others, Paskett, E. D. & Weghorst, C. M., Oct 1 2019, In : Cancer Causes and Control. 30, 10, p. 1087-1100 14 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ...
A 39-year-old female presented to the clinic with dysarthria of six months duration. She had noticed that she was developing a lisp. On further questioning, it was revealed that there had been episodes of dysphonea, snoring, sleep apnea, dysphagia and choking during eating or drinking. Her past medical history was normal apart from one occasion of delayed recovery from anaesthesia during surgery for a fractured femur the year before. Clinical examination, including the central nervous system, was normal apart from a slightly puffy face. Her thyroid gland was not palpable. An otolaryngeal examination revealed no local cause for her problem. There was no abnormality in the movement of the tongue or pharygeal/palate muscles. A further neurological examination did not show any abnormality. Routine thyroid function tests showed a free thyroxin of , 5 pmol/L (normal 9.2-23.9 pmol/L), a thyroid stimulating hormone of 82.7 miu/L (normal 0.32-5.00 miu/L), antithyroglobulin antibodies were 1:320 u/ml ...
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Coming off of another successful annual art show, the mood is cheery at ArtWorks. Our artists continue to work diligently, already generating ideas for new projects and mediums to explore. As another prolific, inspired year at ArtWorks comes to a close, our studios are in need of many supplies, including colored pencils, acrylic paints, and buttons. If you would like to help us stock up on supplies for our artists, you can find a Wish List posted in the "How to Help" section, which is located at the bottom of the ArtWorks home page. Not only do our artists need staples like paint and pencils to continue their creative ventures, but we are also trying to set up a coffeee stand in partnership with a local business! You can find more information about this project in the Wish List. We thank you warmly for any contributions, and for continuing to support our talented artists. ...
11. In a certain population, there were 4050 births in the last one year. There were 50 still births. 50 infants died within 7 days whereas 150 died within the first 28 days. What is the Neontatal mortality rate? ...
The Teal line has a stop near us at the Highland Garage. All other lines can deboard on Cherry across from Bio5 and walk to Helen St. See the CatTran website for more information.. ...
Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro has announced the retirement of longtime Dutchess County Commissioner of Community & Family Services Robert Allers.
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by MS Dhillon. The Journal of Postgraduate Medicine, Education and Research is a 51-volume-old publication, which is the official publication of the Post-graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh, India. This is perhaps one of the oldest multispeciality journals published in india, aiming to provide a platform for authors to publish scientific papers relating to various clinical aspects of Medicine and Surgery, including Dentistry and Medical Eductaion, and has been appearing quarterly for 51 years with a rich and diverse academic content. The journal aims to publish quality, peer-reviewed original research and topical reviews on all aspects of medical research and surgical advances, community medicine, basic science, advanced techniques, new processes and products as well as a clinicopathological case conference in each issue. Papers included range from well designed, controlled clinical trials, and analytical epidemiology involving medical issues as well as systematic ...
Result of DNB Practical Exam, June 2017 session held in August/September/October/November/December 2017 has been declared in the specialty of Anesthesiology, ENT, Paediatric Surgery, Hematology, Family Medicine, Plastic Surgery, Orthopaedics, Dermatology, Psychiatry, CTVS, Nuclear Medicine, Paediatrics, Surgical Oncology, Cardiology, Neurology, Endocrinology, Radiotherapy, Surgical Gastroenterology, Community Medicine/SPM, Emergency Medicine, Urology, Neonatology, Respiratory Medicine, General Surgery, Nephrology, Neurosurgery, Rheumatology, Medical Oncology, Pathology , General Medicine, OBGY, Ophthalmology, Thoracic Surgery, Radiodiagnosis and Gastroenterology.. ...
Result of DNB Practical Exam, June 2017 session held in August/September/October/November/December 2017 has been declared in the specialty of Anesthesiology, ENT, Paediatric Surgery, Hematology, Family Medicine, Plastic Surgery, Orthopaedics, Dermatology, Psychiatry, CTVS, Nuclear Medicine, Paediatrics, Surgical Oncology, Cardiology, Neurology, Endocrinology, Radiotherapy, Surgical Gastroenterology, Community Medicine/SPM, Emergency Medicine, Urology, Neonatology, Respiratory Medicine, General Surgery, Nephrology, Neurosurgery, Rheumatology, Medical Oncology, Pathology , General Medicine, OBGY, Ophthalmology, Thoracic Surgery, Radiodiagnosis and Gastroenterology.. ...
Tendency to adhere to provider-recommended treatments and subsequent pain severity among individuals with cancer Anthony Jerant1, Peter Franks1, Daniel J Tancredi2, Naomi Saito3, Richard L Kravitz41Department of Family and Community Medicine, Center for Healthcare Policy and Research, University of California Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento, CA, USA; 2Department of Pediatrics, Center for Healthcare Policy and Research, University of California Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento, CA, USA; 3Center for Healthcare Policy and Research, University of California Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento, CA, USA; 4Department of Internal Medicine, Division of General Medicine, Center for Healthcare Policy and Research, University of California Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento, CA, USABackground: Patients general tendency to adhere to health care provider-recommended treatments is associated with a number of health outcomes, but whether it influences pain severity over time among individuals with cancer
Jamal Martín, PhD, MPH - Director, Peace and Justice Studies, Faculty-Africana Studies/Family Community Medicine and Senior Fellow, RWJ Center for Health Policy - University of New Mexico. As a public health scientist-practitioner, African, and African Diaspora scholar, his proficiencies include assessment, policy development, and assurance of essential public health services in local and international settings; plus, institutional change and development, social justice and healing, and violence prevention. As a scholar-activist, his praxis embodies integrated and transdisciplinary meta-theoretical methods and approaches to the knowledge of teaching research and service for building global health equity as a bridge to peace. Almae matres and alumnus Hawaii Pacific University, the School of Public Health -The University of Hawaii, College of Education- the University of New Mexico, with complementary scholarship performed within the School of Public Health-University of Michigan, Centers for ...
From the Department of Public Health and General Practice, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim (I.V.A., L.J.V., J.H.B., J.R.-E., P.R.R., B.O.Å.); MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at the University of Bristol and School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol, United Kingdom (A.F.); Channing Division of Network Medicine, Department of Medicine, Connors Center for Womens Health and Gender Biology, Brigham and Womens Hospital, Boston, MA (J.R.-E.); Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA (J.R.-E.); Department of Epidemiology, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA (L.J.V., J.R.-E.); and Department of Endocrinology, St. Olavs Hospital, Trondheim University Hospital, Norway (B.O.Å.). ...
From the Department of Public Health and General Practice, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim (I.V.A., L.J.V., J.H.B., J.R.-E., P.R.R., B.O.Å.); MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at the University of Bristol and School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol, United Kingdom (A.F.); Channing Division of Network Medicine, Department of Medicine, Connors Center for Womens Health and Gender Biology, Brigham and Womens Hospital, Boston, MA (J.R.-E.); Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA (J.R.-E.); Department of Epidemiology, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA (L.J.V., J.R.-E.); and Department of Endocrinology, St. Olavs Hospital, Trondheim University Hospital, Norway (B.O.Å.). ...
Dr. Dennis L. Gingrich has devoted the majority of his professional career to Penn State Hershey Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine. A professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine since 2005 and the Department of Humanities since 2010, Dr. Gingrich has served as an advisor to over 90 medical students and worked closely with students on more than 20 different research projects. He is currently the faculty advisor to the Family Practice Interest Group and has also advised students in the Rural and Underserved Medicine Group. We are grateful for Dr. Gingrichs outstanding service over the years, and we were proud to honor him with the prestigious Cheston M. Berlin Service Award this year. ...
David Edward Bourne, leading demographer and statistician in the field of HIV in South Africa, died suddenly on 24 February 2009. David was born on 1 May 1947 in London, UK. He grew up in Durban, South Africa, where he matriculated and majored in applied mathematics at the University of Natal. In 1974 he completed a 2-year postgraduate degree in environmental sciences, population dynamics and applied statistics at the University of the Witwatersrand. In 1975 he switched from an unlikely career in nuclear physics to the University of Cape Town (UCT) as a medical statistician in the Department of Community Medicine. In his 34-year career he became a Chief Research Officer in the Infectious Disease Epidemiology Group in the School of Public Health and Family Medicine, UCT.. David authored over 130 articles, editorials, chapters, letters, reports and debates in the scientific literature. His research covered a vast range of public health fields in South Africa, including economics, mortality and ...
Abstract:. Context: Healthcare in India is a complex mix of providers, facilities and payment systems with low budgetary support from the government. After decades of neglect there is realisation that health is a priority and spending should be increased. Also there is a shortage of evidence and subsequently a need to suggest direction based on this evidence. Aims: To determine the burden of illness in the study population; find out the types of healthcare facilities used during illness; study the medico-social and economic factors influencing utilization of healthcare services. Settings and Design: 10 locations, 5 villages and 5 urban areas in the field practice areas of department of Community Medicine, AMU Aligarh. Methods and Material: Cross sectional field based study on 2518 individuals using systematic random sampling. Participants interviewed and data collected on a piloted proforma. Data Collected in two parts, initial information about burden of illness and later information of ...
Foyaca-Sibat H, Del Rio AR, Ibanez-Valdes LdeF, Vega E, Awotedu AA. University of Transkei. Faculty of Health Sciences. Department of Neurology, Department of Community Medicine, Department of Family Medicine.Division of Medicine. Private Bag X1, Umtata 5900 South Africa. (pdf) 49-53.- GLOMERULONEFRITIS CON SEMILUNAS SECUNDARIA A P RPURA DE SCH NLEIN HENOCH. ...
Collaborations between MUST and Mass General physicians and scientists began over a decade ago. Initially focused on the care and treatment of persons living with HIV, the collaboration has grown to include cutting-edge biomedical research, technology innovation, and community-based projects to understand the local social, behavioral and economic barriers to improved health. Now with over 100 local staff and a growing expatriate administrative and clinical team, the MUST-MGH collaboration is a significant investment in the human resource and programmatic capacity of MUST and MRRH. Active clinical partnerships include General and Community Medicine, Pathology, OB/GYN, Pediatric Oncology, Trauma/Surgery, Radiology, Nursing, and ENT. MGH supports the education of 35+ masters in medicine students and 12 masters in nursing students. This investment in education will deepen and strengthen local clinical and research capacity.. As with Mass Generals commitment to under-served regions of New England, ...
The research is published online today in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.. It is well known that mental illnesses are associated with long-term disability, but the impact of milder presentations of stress may have been underestimated, say researchers from the Universitys School of Social and Community Medicine.. The research team tracked the health of more than 17,000 working-age adults up to the age of 64 between 2002 to the end of 2007, who had been randomly selected from the population in the Stockholm area.. All participants completed a validated questionnaire (GHQ-12) at the start of the study to measure their stress levels. Other aspects of health and wellbeing were also measured.. During the study period, 649 people started receiving long-term disability benefits, 203 for a mental health problem and the remainder for physical ill health.. Higher levels of stress at the start of the study were associated with a significantly greater likelihood of subsequently being ...
Christopher Shanahan, MD is a practicing primary care physician with board certification in both Internal and Addiction Medicine with 14+ years of experience in clinical and research Information Technology (IT). Dr. Shanahan possesses a unique blend of experience and expertise in three domains: 1. Clinical & Research Medical Informatics & Information Technology; 2. Substance Use Disorders and Chronic Pain; and 3. Community Medicine (Community-based care and collaboration with community-based organizations, clinicians, and patients). His expertise in assessing IT requirements of research projects (IT focused or enabled) makes him a valuable and sought after collaborator who assists with project design, development, and/or technical assessment of clinical research studies planning to leverage IT resources to facilitate their projects. He draws upon a broad network of local and national colleagues to help develop feasible and implementable program and study plans. As a multi-talented collaborator ...
Sanjay Jayasinghe is a medical graduate with postgraduate qualifications in community medicine and public health. He is currently enrolled in a PhD in the Discipline of Child and Adolescent Health in the Medical School of the University of Sydney. His PhD project involves assessment of the effectiveness of pneumococcal vaccinations in Australian children and the role of perinatal risk factors in the development of invasive pneumococcal disease in children. In addition to infectious disease epidemiology he also has extensive experience as a health services researcher in the areas of quality and safety of healthcare for the elderly, evaluation of complex system interventions, and assessment of provider and consumer perspectives of healthcare. He has a particular interest in appraisal of large administrative and clinical databases for research and use of linked data to inform clinical practice and policy. He also has worked as a clinical practitioner in Sri Lanka and Australia. At NCIRS Sanjay is a ...
A medical camp offers free services and allows patients access to health care which they might not have been able to afford. "Many of the patients we encounter live in extreme poverty, and community medical camps are often well received because they allow doctors to catch undiagnosed cases of common non-communicable diseases like diabetes and hypertension." said Dr. U. Vijay Kumar, Professor of Community Medicine. Services offered include ECG readings, eye checkups, blood pressure and blood glucose screenings. Through funding from the medical college, the pharmacy is able to provide medications free of charge to the patients. Patients also may be referred to ASRAMs Urban Health Center, which provides free consultations, laboratory investigations and free medicines from a limited formulary. The camp I participated in last weekend saw roughly 200-300 patients during a three-hour period. As a volunteer at these medical camps, I had the opportunity to work with the pharmacy team. From sorting and ...
Programs that are staffed by specialists in the field of medicine that is concerned with the total health of the individual within the home environment and in the community. Practitioners of family and community medicine provide comprehensive medical care including preventive services with particular emphasis on the family unit, in which the physicians continuing responsibility for health care is not limited by the patients age or gender, nor by a particular organ system or disease entity.. ...
ROBERT DAVIS TO DIRECT CDCS IMMUNIZATION SAFETY OFFICE: Robert Davis, MD, MPH, was recently selected as the director of the CDCs Immunization Safety Office (ISO). Dr. Davis received his MD from the University of California at San Diego and his MPH from the University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine. He served as an Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) officer at the CDC from 1987-1989 and then as an epidemiologist for the Washington State Department of Health. He returns to CDC from the University of Washington where he was a professor in the Department of Pediatrics in the School of Medicine and a professor in the Department of Epidemiology in the School of Public Health. Dr. Davis has served as a leader in the field of immunization safety for many years. He is well positioned to lead the ISO as it evolves to take advantage of emerging capabilities in genomics and information technology, and to operate in a transparent, efficient, and accountable manner that ...
I am a social scientist interested in a various aspects of data ethics and governance. My work focuses in particular on how existing biomedical data (e.g. cohort study data; personal medical records) is accessed and used for secondary research. I am part of a team that seeks to understand the transdisciplinary contexts in which the large data infrastructure necessary for such research is developed. We also investigate methods of public engagement to evidence how different communities feel about use of their health data.. Current examples of our work include EUCAN-Connect, METADAC and Connected Health Cities in the North East and North Cumbria, where we have been working on the Great North Care Record.. I joined PEALS in 2017, having transferred from the School of Social and Community Medicine at the University of Bristol. My background in Canada is originally in anthropology, after which I trained and worked as a librarian and information manager for many years before completing a PhD in health ...
Christian Medical College, Vellore. After completing my M.B.B.S and internship from V.S.S. Medical College, Odisha in 2005, I worked as a tutor in Community Medicine for a year. During my training, I identified infectious diseases as a particular area of interest, and joined Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Chennai in 2008 for a M.D. in microbiology. After my M.D., I worked as a senior resident in microbiology at JIPMER, Puducherry, where I was mostly involved in diagnostics and teaching. It was becoming increasingly clear to me that a career largely in routine microbiology was not what I wanted to pursue. Hence, in 2012, I joined the Wellcome Trust Research Laboratory (WTRL) at Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore, a leading clinical and public health research laboratory which has been conducting studies on the epidemiology of diarrheal diseases for over 50 years and has an established reputation. In the WTRL, I was involved in projects evaluating mucosal immunity to ...
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Back to Top). Euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide in Dementia: Decision-making Capacity Revised (March 24, 2015). Thesis submitted to Utrecht University online:. Thesis: Abstract , HTML , PDF; Technical/Policy Report , Press Release , News Article , (The full-text PDF version can be downloaded from the above abstract.). Pain medicine and palliative care as an alternative to euthanasia in end-of-life cancer care (March 24, 2015). Article in The Linacre Quarterly online: Article: Abstract , HTML , PDF; Technical/Policy Report , Press Release , News Article , Prevalence of Suicidal Thoughts among a Sample from Baghdad (March 24, 2015). Article in journal of Community Medicine & Health Education online:. Article: Abstract , HTML , PDF; Technical/Policy Report , Press Release , News Article , Veteran exposure to suicide: Prevalence and correlates (March 24, 2015). Article in Journal of Affective Disorders online: Article: Abstract , HTML , PDF; Technical/Policy Report , Press Release , News ...
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Sinclair School of Nursing (Drs Rantz, Alexander, Vogelsmeier, Popejoy, Flesner, and Crecelius and Ms Lueckenotte), School of Social Work, College of Human and Environmental Sciences (Dr Galambos), and Curtis W. and Ann H. Long Department of Family and Community Medicine (Dr Koopman), University of Missouri, Columbia; and College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (Dr Zwygart-Stauffacher).. Correspondence: Marilyn J. Rantz, PhD, RN, FAAN, Sinclair School of Nursing, University of Missouri, Columbia, MI 65211 ([email protected]).. This project is supported by grant number 1E1CMS331080 from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Innovations Center. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of CMS.. The authors declare no conflict of interest.. The purpose of this column is to discuss innovations and quality improvement advancements across the various long-term care settings. This column is ...
We know more about risk factors associated with asthma, but we dont have the complete story on why one person gets it and another doesnt," says Doug Brugge, professor of public health and community medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine. "We know there are environmental exposures like tobacco smoke and air pollution. We know asthma runs in families, so genetics play a role. But theres still much more to be learned.". What has become evident in recent years is that asthma likely isnt a single disease. Rather, its a cluster of conditions, which could explain why it comes on for most people during childhood but not until adulthood for others - and why different triggers exacerbate asthma in different people. Its also clear that asthma rates have been increasing sharply since the early 1980s. Nobody knows exactly why, but there are several solid theories. Our soaring obesity rate may have something to do with it. Asthma is much more common among people with body-mass indexes of 30 or ...
Mr. M P Mapingure is a PhD student registered with the University of Oslo, Norway [2008- 2012]. His PhD title is A modelling study of differences in HIV-1 prevalence between Zimbabwe and Tanzania. Munyaradzi assists LFRC colleagues with data analysis and interpretation. He has co-authored 18 scientific articles at LFRC and he is first author to one of the articles. He has also co-authored 5 articles from other research activities, thus he appears on a total of 23 scientific articles. His career path has seen him working as a Lecturer in the Department of Community Medicine, University of Zimbabwe and an Epidemiologist at the United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF ...
Charles Doarn, a professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, has been recognized by the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) for his outstanding contributions to the field with the ATA s 2016 Individual Leadership Award. This award, which was presented to Doarn on May 17 at the association s annual conference in Minneapolis, Minn., is based on peer-nominations and is recognition of an individual s leadership in the field of telemedicine/telehealth from across the world. In addition, Doarn is one of 40 fellows in an association of over 8,000 members.. Doarn, who has over 250 published works on telemedicine and space medicine, is also a special assistant to the NASA Chief Health and Medical Officer at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC. He and colleagues at NASA are in the final stages of editing his first book titled "Space Physiology and Medicine Evidence and Practice The American Telemedicine Association is the leading international resource and advocate promoting the use ...
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Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Community Medicine, University of Tromsø, The Arctic University of Norway, N-9037 Tromsø, Norway; Department of Etiological Research, The Cancer Registry of Norway, 0310 Oslo, Norway; Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet, PO Box 281, Stockholm 17177, Sweden; Folkhälsan Research Centre, Samfundet Folkhälsan, FI-00290 Helsinki, Finland ...
Sally Skinner is currently working at Division of Nutrition and Infection, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine, 150..
Revised National Drug Policy & Malaria Treatment Guidelines 2010 Min of H & FW, GOI Dr. Pradeep Kumar, MD, FIAPSM, Professor & Head, Community Medicine Dept. GMERS Medical College, Sola, Ahmedabad E mail: [email protected] 1 Why now? 2 Introduction • Approx. 1.5 million confirmed cases annually (NVBDCP) • Pf on (40 - 50%) - due to • use of CQ in Rx (resistant?). • Non use of PQ • Migration • 18000 - 20000 die due to malaria every year (underestimates) • Curable if treatment started early, any delay may result serious consequences & death. 3 Resurgence of malaria • Increase in migration, urbanization • Poverty • Complacency in anti malarial programs • Deteriorating health system • Resistance to insecticides (vectors) & drugs (parasite) • Efficient transmission due to increased longevity/ breeding of vectors (global warming) 4 Clinical features Malaria cardinal symptom - Fever - Intermittent (with/ out periodicity) or continuous. - Accompanied with chills and rigors. - ...
Epidemiologic Research Designs. Ramon Jason M. Javier, M.D., D.P.A.F.P. Department of Preventive and Community Medicine College of Medicine U.E.R.M.M.M.C.I. Objectives. To define epidemiology and differentiate the two main categories of epidemiologic work. Slideshow 807102 by ely
Spectrum of Gallbladder Diseases in Gwalior Region: An Overview Prashant R. Pipariya, Pramod K. Chhawania Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 2014; 2(3D):1098-1102. (Download PDF) Monitor error in ICU Sethi Priyanka Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 2014; 2(3D):1103-1104. (Download PDF) Cancer awareness in Urban Field Practice Area, Department of Community Medicine, Dr S.N. Medical College, Jodhpur Mahendra Singh, Savitri Sharma, Rita Meena, Suman Bhansali, Dewesh Kumar, Manish Mittal Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 2014; 2(3D):1105-1109. (Download PDF) 35 Lateral Meniscal Cysts Treated Arthroscopically with Cystectomy: A Two Year Follow Up Naveen Sharma, Vaibhav Patel, Shailendra Pratap Singh, Abdul Rahim Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 2014; 2(3D):1110-1113. (Download PDF) To Study the Relationship between Obesity and Anti-Mullerian Hormone: As a Serum Marker of Ovarian Reserve In premenopausal Women Jyoti Bala1, Shashi Seth, Yuthika Agrawal, ...
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These can include hearing voices, seeing things that are not present or holding unrealistic beliefs that other people dont share. These experiences can often be distressing and frightening and interfere with their everyday life.. Children with psychotic experiences are more likely to develop psychotic illnesses like schizophrenia later in life. Using data gathered from 6,784 participants in the Children of the 90s study at Bristol university, researchers from the MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics in Cardiff University and the School of Social and Community Medicine in the University of Bristol examined whether performance in a number of cognitive tests conducted at ages 8, 10 and 11 was related to risk of having psychotic experiences at age 12. The tests assessed how quickly the children could process information, as well as their attention, memory, reasoning, and ability to solve problems.. Among those interviewed, 787 (11.6 per cent) had suspected or definite psychotic ...
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Professor, Departments of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences and Family & Community Medicine Medical Director, HIVE/Bay Area Perinatal AIDS Center (BAPAC)
Maggie Evans is a Research Fellow in the School for Social & Community Medicine at Bristol University. She has been focussing for the last six years on research into domestic violence and abuse (DVA), looking at individuals experiences and developing new ways to provide support. She has a social science background with a PhD from Bristol investigating the supportive care needs of people with cancer. She is Principal Investigator for the Domestic Violence and Abuse Healthtalk module ...
Data of all consecutive pregnant women included in the adherence enhancing program of the Pharmacy, Department of ambulatory care & community medicine, are collected. In this program, adherence is measured and enhanced by electronic monitoring, pill count, motivational interviewing and interdisciplinary collaboration. Electronic monitoring data are collected during pregnancy and postpartum, and compared. Barriers and facilitators are collected using interviews marks ...
Data of all consecutive pregnant women included in the adherence enhancing program of the Pharmacy, Department of ambulatory care & community medicine, are collected. In this program, adherence is measured and enhanced by electronic monitoring, pill count, motivational interviewing and interdisciplinary collaboration. Electronic monitoring data are collected during pregnancy and postpartum, and compared. Barriers and facilitators are collected using interviews marks ...
Julie Kapp, assistant professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, is working on a pilot study to improve communication about mammograms between patients and health care providers.. Return to MU Experts Search. ...
Paragkumar is working in Department of Community Medicine, GMERS Medical college, Gotri, Vadodara, Gujarat, India. Paragkumar received a Doctoral Degree (PhD) in m..
The 2008 Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) and Fellowship Conferment Ceremony (FCC) of the Hong Kong College of Community Medicine (HKCCM), Hong Kong, 27 September 2008. In Conference Abstracts, 2008, Poster 40 ...
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One minute she is a competent woman; the minute after giving birth she is questioning her ability to care for the bundle of responsibility in her arms. This new mom needs to take care of herself, her baby, her environment, her other relationships, and her time. Thats a lot. It is a wonderful privilege and…
Young people should be able to take charge of their sexuality and be included in global discussions on family planning, according to a consensus coming out of last weeks International Conference on Family Planning.
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This Office product will reach end of support on October 10, 2017. To stay supported, you will need to upgrade. For more information, see , Resources to help you upgrade your Office 2007 servers and clients.. Topic Last Modified: 2016-11-14. The 2007 Microsoft Office system is available in many languages. In an international setting, you can deploy multiple language versions of Office in a single installation process. Setup combines a language-neutral core product with one or more language-specific packages to create a complete product. On the source media, language-specific packages are organized into separate folders. Each folder name has a language tag appended to it, in the form ll-cc, that identifies the language and culture. For example, U.S. English language folders are identified by the folder name extension en-us. The language tags help you identify the folders you need to copy to your network installation point.. The language folders included in a fully localized version of a 2007 ...
A patient management system includes a patient unit that obtains results data from a patient device and provides for two-way communication between the patient unit and a remote database. The patient unit can communicate with the remote database to obtain encounter instruction data for a given encounter as well as to send response data for the given encounter. A back office system can also access the database to retrieve the patient data for one or more patient users. The back office system can further add or modify encounter instruction data for use during a next encounter at the patient unit. The back office system can also set a dosage for the patient that can be stored in the remote database and retrieved by the patient unit as part of the given encounter. The back office system may also employ a rules engine that can be programmed according to an established protocol and can automatically generate encounter instructions and dosage information for one or more patient.
2007 Office system released to manufacturers; the company looks ahead to worldwide business availability. REDMOND, Wash. - Nov. 6, 2006 - Microsoft Corp. today announced the completion of the 2007
Addressing the nutritional risks faced by mothers and babies will improve the health of our families and our community. One strategy is to increase support for existing local initiatives, such as GrowMemphis [2], that promote access to healthy food through community agriculture and other programs. Food insecurity-the lack of a consistent and dependable supply of healthy food-affects too many of our communitys families, including many with incomes well above the official poverty line.25,26. These families frequently resort to cheaper, denser meals that are nutritionally inadequate-especially for expectant mothers eating for two. As a result, infants in food-insecure families are at high risk for nutrient deficiencies, with results that can persist even after a familys economic situation improves.27-28. Another promising area for change is suggested by a recent analysis of Memphis food regulations. Conducted by the Harvard Law School Food Policy Initiative, the report concludes that the Memphis ...
Collaborative Health Systems (CHS) provides community physicians a leading voicing in shaping the future policy on how they serve their communities.
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The resident in the Breast Diseases PGY3 Enhanced Skills Program will:. 1. Demonstrate expertise in the identification, diagnosis and management of common and uncommon family medicine problems. 2. Engage patients in health promotion, including prevention and screening according to evidence based family medicine guidelines. 3. Be able to describe the pathological characteristics of benign and malignant breast disease.. 4. Demonstrate competence in breast assessment and the ability to investigate and manage common breast-related patient presentations such as:. a. A palpable breast mass or skin change. b. Indeterminate breast imaging abnormality. c. Nipple discharge. d. Breast pain. e. Pathological indicators of high-risk or patient with strong family history of breast cancer. 5. Demonstrate expertise in the assessment and clinical management of benign breast diseases such as:. a. Cysts. b. Fibroepithelial lesions. c. Mastitis or breast abscess. d. Atypia or lobular carcinoma in situ. e. ...
Dr. Lemmese Al Watbans education has spanned over 15 years and two countries. After graduating with a MBBS (Bachelors of Medicine and Bachelors of Surgery) from King Saud University in 2003, Dr. Al Watban completed one year of an internal medicine residency program at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center. However she soon realized that the specialty wasnt for her.. "By the time the patients come into the ward, the damage is done. I wanted to do more preventative medicine," said Dr. Al Watban.. When a scholarship position became available with the Department of Family and Community Medicine at King Saud University, Dr. Al Watban jumped at the opportunity and successfully landed the position. At this time, the university was quite "traditional" in their practice and hadnt sent females abroad to study.. "I felt honoured to have been chosen for the scholarship position," said Dr. Al Watban. "This is what brought me to Canada.". Dr. Al Watban completed her family medicine residency ...
Yellow fever vaccination centre was inaugurated by Dr Samia Rashid, principal/ dean, Government Medical College, here at Immunization Clinic, Block-F, SMHS Hospital,. The first such centre in J&K state is approved by director general health services, Government of India and vaccines are provided by Central Research Institute, Kasauli. The centre is run by Department of Community Medicine, GMC Srinagar. "Those intending to visit yellow fever endemic countries, majority in Africa and South America, shall get themselves vaccinated, at least 10 days before travel. Previously such travellers had to spend lot of money and time to travel to New Delhi for yellow-fever vaccination. The vaccines will be provided on first and third months every month, said Dr. S. Muhammad Salim Khan, HOD Community Medicine.. Source. ...
Quick overview of the surgical cricothyroidotomy technique as presented in the 2015 Difficult Airway Society guidelines. This is simply presenting the technique in a manikin model, not intended as a debate about the relative merits of needle vs. surgical, blade vs. hook, scalpel-finger-bougie vs. scalpel-bougie-tube, etc!. ...
Community practice also known as macro practice is a branch of social work in the United States of America that focuses on larger social systems and social change, and is tied to the historical roots of United States social work. The field of community practice social work encompasses community organizing, social planning, human service management, community development, policy analysis, policy advocacy, evaluation, mediation, electronic advocacy and other larger systems interventions. In the UK the term is often used for community work or Health visitors. Although community practice has overlap with many other applied social science disciplines, such as urban planning, economic development, public affairs, rural sociology and nonprofit management, its roots go back as far as the 1890s. Community Practice social workers typically have a Masters in Social Work (MSW). There are several MSW programs in the United States that offer Community Practice Concentrations, while many other MSW programs ...
Speaker Introductions. Ben Crabtree is a medical anthropologist. He is Professor and Director of Research at the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.. Michael Magill is Chairman of the University of Utah School of Medicine Department of Family and Preventive Medicine; Executive Medical Director, University of Utah Health Plans; and Director of Research, University of Utah Community Clinics/Community Physicians Group.. Debra Scammon is Emma Eccles Jones Professor of Marketing; Director, Masters of Healthcare Administration, David Eccles School of Business; and Adjunct Professor, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, School of Medicine at the University of Utah.. Andrada Tomoaia-Cotisel is a Research Associate, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Utah; and a Doctoral candidate, Department of Health Services Research and Policy, Faculty of Public Health Policy, London School of Hygiene and ...
Minimally invasive surgery is the new paradigm in the field of surgery, and Montefiore is the first academic medical centre in the New York region to offer a formalised training programme for all surgical residents", stated T.S. Ravikumar, M.D., chairman of the Department of Surgery. "It is anticipated that this modern centre, in addition to training Montefiore residents in a variety of minimally invasive surgical procedures, including laparoscopic, arthroscopic and other endoscopic interventions, will quickly become a regional centre for practising surgeons to learn new and advanced skills.". In the past ten years, minimally invasive surgery has replaced open surgery for many general procedures, such as gall bladder, knee and shoulder surgery, and is being used increasingly for more complex procedures in gynaecological, cardiac and urological surgery. "Laparoscopic surgery requires learning entirely new skill sets", explained Alan White, M.D., the director of MIMIS. "First, the surgeon must ...
This paper reviews the development of the field of medical informatics in Latin America. It also describes the preliminary results of a computer-based data management system, named AGUSTINA, which is comprised of maternal and infant data on 6195 deliveries that occurred between June 1990 and December 1995 in a hospital in the surroundings of Buenos Aires, Argentina. These data were fundamental for the instrumentation of preventive community-oriented activities in the area. Finally, this paper describes recommendations for future actions in the area of medical informatics in Latin America ...
Health Occupations classes are in 146 B with a skills lab in 146A. Students are going to Fairmont. clinicals on Tues, Wed and Fridays. Students reutnr on Wed. Jan. 3. Clinical begins again Fri. Jan. 5.. You are welcome to call or email me if concerns or questions. Report cards send home Jan. 11.. 4 day holiday weekend Friday through Mon. Jan. 12-15. Clinical on Tues, Jan. 16.. No clinical if school is 2 hours late.. We made up a missed clinical day on Monday, Nov. 20.. Students are completing projects on 3 phases of illness next 9 weeks.. ACHS will sponsor a Red Cross Bloodmobile on Friday, April 13.. 16 year olds will need parental consent.. Nursing students will recruit donors before Spring Break. Intro students are learning about Employment skills. We started a movie about Sully, air and water rescue.. Health Occupations 9 weeks test was Tues. Dec. 19. Please encourage studying in advance.. Club Pictures were Thurs. Nov. 16.. Students are presenting Mental Health disorders in November in ...

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City of Medicine Hat, Medicine Hat, AB Hines - MFA Collection, Boston, MA Canada Council Art Bank. MacDonald Stewart Art Centre ... Grant MacEwan Community College, Edmonton, AB Philip Berman Atelier. The Tate Gallery, London, England. The Arts Council of ... 1985: Medicine Hat Sculpture Symposium, Medicine Hat, AB. 1985: Comino Foundation Collection, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, ... 1985: Medicine Hat Sculpture Workshop, Medicine Hat, Alberta. 1982: Triangle Workshop, sculpture leader (inaugural year), Pine ...
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Sculpture in the Time of Cholera: William Calder Marshall in Rome 1836-8 - Library displays - Sculpture Research Library -...Sculpture in the Time of Cholera: William Calder Marshall in Rome 1836-8 - Library displays - Sculpture Research Library -...

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The OU-TU School of Community Medicine is an integrated track within the OU College of Medicine. The OU-TU School of Community ... James Herman leads the OU-TU School of Community Medicine, which has expanded from a clinical two-year campus for third- and ... The OU-Tulsa PA program represents a joint effort between the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine and the ... School of Community Medicine. OU - Tulsa Schusterman Center. 4502 E. 41st Street. Tulsa, OK 74135 ...
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School of Social and Community Medicine - Dr Emma Anderson - Health psychology and interventions ... I set up the Health Psychology and Interventions Group (HPIG) in the School of Social and Community Medicine (together with Drs ... Hay, A, Anderson, EC, Ingle, S, Beck, C & Hollingworth, W, 2019, Respiratory Tract Infections in Children in the Community: ...
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School of Social and Community Medicine - Dr Gemma Lasseter - Primary care & infectious disease ... In the past I have also tutored undergraduate medical students on the Society, Health & Medicine and Ethics in Law & Medicine ... specialising on controlling infectious diseases and the use of antibiotics in the community. Study topics include, but are not ... elements of the Human Basis of Medicine unit. I have also supervised second year medical students for the Student Selected ...
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Department of Family and Community Medicine , 4860 "Y" Street , Suite 2300 , Sacramento, CA 95817 , Academic Office Phone : 916 ... UC Davis Health , Family and Community Medicine , Contact us Toggle navigation Department of Family and Community Medicine ...
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Czwikla, G, Boen, F, Cook, DG, Jong, Jd, Harris, T, Hilz, LK, Iliffe, S, Morris, RW, Muellmann, S, Peels, DA, Pischke, CR, Schuz, B, Stevens, M, van Lenthe, FJ, Vanderlinden, J & Bolte, G, 2019, Equity-specific effects of interventions to promote physical activity among middle-aged and older adults: Development of a collaborative equity-specific re-analysis strategy . International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol 16 ...
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Jerant selected to lead Department of Family and Community MedicineJerant selected to lead Department of Family and Community Medicine

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Department of Public Health and Community Medicine - University of Gothenburg, Sweden 
							
							
						
					
				
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Department of Public Health and Community Medicine - University of Gothenburg, Sweden 
							
							
						
					
				
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Family & Community Medicine - Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS), Norfolk, Hampton RoadsFamily & Community Medicine - Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS), Norfolk, Hampton Roads

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Department of Family and Community Medicine (MU)Department of Family and Community Medicine (MU)

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ArtWorks | Family & Community MedicineArtWorks | Family & Community Medicine

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  • I truly believe we learned lessons on this campus that will positively impact our practice of medicine for years to come. (ou.edu)
  • The course, mainly its evaluation, is limited by challenges associated with assessing the degree to which students are fully engaged with implementing course concepts (ie, Behavior Change) and the course's true impact on influencing students' future practice of medicine. (stfm.org)
  • The practice of medicine is changing rapidly because of the acceleration in biomedical knowledge, information technology, and delivery system reform. (aamc.org)
  • Graduates from the Enhanced Skills program practice comprehensive family medicine and act as a resource to their patients and colleagues in their area of enhanced training. (utoronto.ca)
  • ArtWorks is an outreach program housed in Sonoran University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at the University of Arizona, Department of Family & Community Medicine. (arizona.edu)
  • ArtWorks promotes community and mutual learning through creative and expressive arts interactions between adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and University of Arizona students. (arizona.edu)
  • RRNeT is a group of family medicine residency programs across the state of Texas including training programs in South Texas (Corpus Christi, Harlingen, McAllen) Central Texas (Austin, San Antonio), North Texas (Dallas, Fort Worth, Garland), West Texas (Lubbock) and East Texas (Bryan). (uthscsa.edu)
  • One of the most heated issues surrounding the regulation of Chinese medicine right now isn't about credentials - it's the language used by practitioners. (cbc.ca)
  • One of the major issues around the regulation of Chinese medicine right now isn't the treatments themselves - it's the language of the practitioners. (cbc.ca)
  • Dr. John Lee, who has a PhD in traditional Chinese medicine from Guangzhou University, is one of several B.C. practitioners who supported the court action against the Ontario College's position that fluency in English should be mandatory. (cbc.ca)
  • Karin Wells/CBC) Everywhere else in Canada, Chinese medicine practitioners must be fluent in English. (cbc.ca)
  • A group of Chinese practitioners took Ontario's brand new regulatory body, the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncturists and Practitioners of Ontario, to court last year. (cbc.ca)
  • Today, according to the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists, there are nearly 2,000 practitioners. (cbc.ca)
  • Now there are over 30,000 a year, including a growing number of Chinese medicine practitioners schooled in China. (cbc.ca)
  • Training students and residents in a supportive learning environment and delivering patient-centered care to the community. (evms.edu)
  • Our Ghent and Portsmouth Family Medicine practices have earned the highest level of accreditation from the National Committee for Quality Assurance, a designation that demonstrates our commitment to providing high quality, coordinated patient care. (evms.edu)
  • When the first Bedlam (now known as Community Health) clinic opened, Tulsa faced a plunging economy with more than 25,000 jobs lost in just 18 months. (wikipedia.org)
  • There are four main components of the community medicine course: (1) Orientation to Community Medicine Concepts, (2) Participation in the Community Medicine TBL session, (3) Completion of a community-based experience (eg, home visit, volunteer at un/under-insured clinic, community health education presentation, in-depth patient interview on social history), and (4) Completion of a reflection paper. (stfm.org)
  • Additional topics covered in the TBL session include empathy, implicit bias, and access to community assets and resources to address patient needs. (stfm.org)
  • The Journal therefore welcomes articles that seek to advance knowledge and understanding of the health sector with a bias to community medicine and primary health care from all stakeholders. (globethics.net)
  • Students learn the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of acute and chronic diseases in whole communities, as well as the full range of primary care and sub-specialties offered in traditional medical programs. (wikipedia.org)
  • The community health nurse should take initiative in preventing the further impairment by early diagnosis and treatment. (indmedica.com)
  • The FDA is also playing important roles in President Obama's Precision Medicine Initiative and the Cancer Moonshot, both of which draw on the knowledge of the AAMC and its members for their success. (aamc.org)
  • The institute allows participants to take an in-depth look at community medicine from a range of perspectives and develop solutions to problems they identify during the week's experience. (wikipedia.org)
  • Similarly, the FDA's precisionFDA is harnessing the collective intellectual power of researchers as part of a cloud-based community platform for next generation sequencing-based assay evaluation and regulatory science exploration. (aamc.org)
  • Dr. Jerant brings a terrific range of skills and experience to the helm of the department," said Lars Berglund, interim dean of the UC Davis School of Medicine. (ucdavis.edu)
  • The best way to do this, in my view, is to have effective, on-going associations: for the FDA and leaders from the academic medicine community to continue to meet, to work together, and to invest in areas where the FDA has needs and where academic medical centers offer expertise and real-world experience. (aamc.org)
  • I set up the Health Psychology and Interventions Group (HPIG) in the School of Social and Community Medicine ( together with Drs Clare Thomas and Katie Whale). (bristol.ac.uk)
  • In this era of rapid change, the FDA and the academic medicine community both must be nimble and active partners with those creating change to meet our shared goals. (aamc.org)
  • There are also numerous possibilities for enhanced collaboration with the academic medicine community, such as the FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health consulting with the AAMC and its members to develop better ways to collect and optimize near real-time information on how hospitals use medical devices. (aamc.org)
  • These are only some of the ways the FDA and the academic medicine community are working together. (aamc.org)
  • We asked the public to provide input, and many of you in the academic medicine community were helpful and forthcoming in sharing your thoughts. (aamc.org)