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*  Faith healing ministry of Aimee Semple McPherson
She would take no credit for the results and always insisted Christ the Great Healer was responsible. Epstein writes: The ... In August 1921, doctors from the American Medical Association in San Francisco secretly investigated some of McPherson's local ... Church histories. Christian literature Company; 1890 p.233 Kayla Webley (13 October 2010). "Hounded in Europe, Roma in the U.S ... At the day's end, she would eventually be taken away by her staff, dehydrated and unsteady with fatigue; her distinct, booming ...
*  Historiography of the British Empire
... writing in Social History, also felt that the history took a traditional approach to the historiography of the empire and ... Medical History. 40 (2): 197-214. doi:10.1017/s0025727300061007. Douglas M. Haynes, Imperial Medicine: Patrick Manson & the ... The revival of imperial history and the Oxford History of the British Empire". Journal of World History (2002) 13#2 pp. 451-467 ... The revival of imperial history and the Oxford History of the British Empire". Journal of World History. 13 (2): 451-467. doi: ...
*  Diseases and epidemics of the 19th century
Bruns, Roger (2000). Almost History: Close Calls, Plan B's, and Twists of Fate in American History. Hyperion. ISBN 0-7868-8579- ... It would take many years for this message to be believed and acted upon. In London, in June 1866), a localized epidemic in the ... Epidemics of the 19th century were faced without the medical advances that made 20th-century epidemics much more rare and less ... History does not recount any incidents of cholera until the 19th century. Cholera came in seven waves, the last two of which ...
*  Humanists UK
"The History of The Church of England". Cofe.anglican.org. Retrieved 14 October 2013. "Public service reform » British Humanist ... However, in June the BHA announced that Professor Grayling had decided not to take up that position, because of what he ... defending embryonic stem cell research for medical purposes, challenging the state funding of homeopathy through the National ... "Anthony Grayling has decided not to take office as BHA President". 17 June 2011. Retrieved 2 November 2013. "Jim Al-Khalili ...
*  Ian Stevenson
Books (1960). Medical History-Taking. Paul B. Hoeber. (1966). Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation. University of Virginia ... 1971). The Diagnostic Interview (2nd revised edition of Medical History-Taking). Harper & Row. (1974). Twenty Cases Suggestive ... He took up a residency at St. Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona (1945-1946). After that, he held a fellowship in internal ... Hopkins Tanne (British Medical Journal), April 2, 2007. Woodhouse 1996, pp. 143-144. Bache 2000, p. 34ff. Also see "The Daily ...
*  Achilles tendinitis
... is mainly diagnosed by a medical history taking and a physical examination. Projectional radiography shows ... Using these elastic bandages while sleeping can reduce morning stiffness but care must be taken to apply very light compression ...
*  Acute medical unit
The department can also include pharmacists, who carry out duties such as medical history taking. Although AAU has its own ... Emergency Medical Assessment/Admissions Unit (EMAU) Medical Assessment Unit (MAU) Medical Assessment and Planning Unit (MAPU ... An acute medical unit (AMU), also often called acute admissions unit or medical assessment unit, is a short-stay department in ... The name "acute medical unit" is recommended by the Royal College of Physicians in its 2007 acute medicine report. Despite this ...
*  Reproductive medicine
The anamnesis or medical history taking of issues related to reproductive or sexual medicine may be inhibited by a person's ... Naomi Pfeffer: The Stork and the Syringe: A Political History of Reproductive Medicine (Feminist Perspectives) Polity Press ... medical endocrinology, pediatric endocrinology, genetics, and psychiatry. Assessment methods could include: imaging techniques ...
*  Eosinophilia
Medical history is taken, with emphasis on travel, allergies and drug use. Specific test for causative conditions are performed ...
*  History of the present illness
Following the chief complaint in medical history taking, a history of the present illness (abbreviated HPI) (termed history of ... Medical record Medical history Pain scale Adler HM (1997). "The history of the present illness as treatment: who's listening, ... Medical Assessment Learning To Perform a Medical Assessment - Part 1: Quick Medical Assessment WEMSI - Assessment by PQRST ... Department of Medicine Home Page Dartmouth Medicine Magazine :: Student Notebook HPI (history of present illness) Buring SM, ...
*  Presenting problem
... forms the second step of medical history taking, and is a concise statement describing the symptom, problem, condition, ... Identified patient Medical history "VI. Evaluation and Management (E/M) Services". Compliance Training Manual. www.usc.edu. ... Shah, Nayankumar (2005). "Taking a history: Introduction and the presenting complaint". Student BMJ. 13: 309-52. doi:10.1136/ ... Medical students are advised to use open-ended questions in order to obtain the presenting complaint. Other terms sometimes ...
*  Sexual medicine
The anamnesis or medical history taking of issues related to sexual or reproductive medicine may be inhibited by a reluctance ... Sexual medicine is a medical specialty that deals with sexual health. At times heavily influenced by current local views on ... There are many international medical societies for sexual medicine such as: The International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM ...
*  Virtual patient
"The use of virtual patients to teach medical students history taking and communication skills". American Journal of Surgery. ... Virtual patients may take a number of different forms: Case Presentation: review of patient related cases to reinforce and ... Virtual patients allow the learner to take the role of a health care professional and develop clinical skills such as making ... There are many different formats a virtual patient may take. However the overarching principle is that of interactivity-a ...
*  Medical history
Most health encounters will result in some form of history being taken. Medical histories vary in their depth and focus. For ... history". Oxford: a patient's account of their medical history. Merriam-Webster: a preliminary case history of a medical or ... Conclusion & closure History-taking may be comprehensive history taking (a fixed and extensive set of questions are asked, as ... The medical history or (medical) case history (also called epicrisis - typically discharge summary to referring GP, or ...
*  The Knick
Deng, Boer (August 8, 2014). "How Accurate Is The Knick's Take on Medical History?". Slate. Retrieved July 25, 2015. "Emmy(R)- ... He is fond of Edwards and supports his medical career, which led to his appointment at the Knick. Matt Frewer as Dr. J. M. ... Stanley Burns, founder and CEO of The Burns Archive, served as the on-set medical adviser on the series, and worked closely ... The website consensus reads: "The Knick is sincere, emotional period television that takes a down-to-earth, no-holds-barred ...
*  68W
Assisting with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment Interviewing patients and recording their medical histories Taking ... Medics provide initial emergency medical care, evacuation, and supervision to other soldiers with medical training (such as ... In addition to first responder or combat medical support, medics provide paraprofessional care in medical treatment facilities- ... W2 is an Army Civil Affairs Medical Sergeant W4 is an Army Civil Affairs Trauma Medical Sergeant P3 is an Optometry specialist( ...
*  Temporal lobe epilepsy
TLE is diagnosed by taking a medical history, blood tests, and brain imaging. It can have a number of causes such as head ... In 2016, a case history found that a temporal lobe epileptic experienced a vision of God following a temporal lobe seizure, ... Other medical conditions with similar symptoms include panic attacks, psychosis spectrum disorders, tardive dyskinesia, and ... People who only experience focal aware seizures may not recognize what they are, nor seek medical care. Focal impaired ...
*  Infertility
A doctor or WHNP takes a medical history and gives a physical examination. They can also carry out some basic tests on both ... Medical treatment of infertility generally involves the use of fertility medication, medical device, surgery, or a combination ... If conservative medical treatments fail to achieve a full term pregnancy, the physician or WHNP may suggest the patient undergo ... Fertilization takes place outside the body, and the fertilized egg is reinserted into the woman's reproductive tract, in a ...
*  Chest pain in children
A medical history taken by the clinician covers the following topics: past medical history history of trauma recent use of ... Part of effective treatment includes obtaining a detailed medical history . ... These are: past or current history of congentital or acquired heart disease fainting when the child exerts herself or himself ... Chest pain in pediatric patients requires careful physical examination and a detailed history that would indicate the ...
*  Alpert Medical School
These sessions allow students to observe and practice clinical skills such as medical interviewing, history-taking, physical ... Medical Education, Medical Ethics, Medical Humanities, Medical Technology and Innovation, Physician as Communicator, and ... "History , Alpert Medical School". Brown.edu. Retrieved 2013-06-27. "10 Medical Schools With the Lowest Acceptance Rates - US ... "Brown University Medical School History". Brown University. Retrieved 2009-01-29. "Brown University Names Medical School To ...
*  Brain tumor
The diagnosis will often start by taking a medical history noting medical antecedents, and current symptoms. Clinical and ... seizures in a patient with a negative history for epilepsy, should raise the possibility of a brain tumor. Medical imaging ... Neurosurgeons take the time to observe the evolution of the neoplasm before proposing a management plan to the patient and his/ ... When a brain tumor is diagnosed, a medical team will be formed to assess the treatment options presented by the leading surgeon ...
*  Β-Methylphenethylamine
The female victim with no medical history had taken a Swedish food supplement with 290 mg β-methylphenethylamine per serving ...
*  Heimler method of Human Social Functioning
Heimler identified that "when a psychiatric or medical history is taken, it is looking at what is wrong or what went wrong" [ ... The Eugene Heimler Literary Trust (EHLT) has now accepted this and is taking steps, albeit belatedly to permit the scale to be ... A deeper analysis of the answers can be deduced in a comparatively short period of time compared with what would otherwise take ... Training in the full HSF method is open to anyone with a professional health care qualification, taking 60 training hours with ...
*  Gastroenterocolitis
The doctor will take a medical history to make sure that nothing else is causing the symptoms. Also, the doctor might perform a ... ". "Gastroenteritis - Medical Disability Guidelines". "Stomach Flu (Gastroenteritis) Symptoms, Remedies, Diet & Contagion". ... ". "Gastroenteritis in Adults and Older Children: Healthwise Medical Information on eMedicineHealth ...
*  Blood donation
The donor must also answer questions about medical history and take a short physical examination to make sure the donation is ... The donor is also examined and asked specific questions about their medical history to make sure that donating blood is not ... "Plasma Equipment and Packaging, and Transfusion Equipment". Office of Medical History (OTSG). Retrieved 2008-06-19. "Medicines ... For direct transfusions a vein can be used but the blood may be taken from an artery instead. In this case, the blood is not ...
*  Albin Francisco Schoepf
ISBN 0-8117-1823-9. Welsh, Jack D. Medical Histories of Union Generals. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2005. ISBN 978-0 ... Normally it took 8 years to move through the academy (see http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN-MILITARY/ ...
*  Roleplay simulation
This program allowed doctors practice taking medical histories and conducting physical examinations by participating in a one- ... "Following the Threads of an Innovation: The History of Standardized Patients in Medical Education". Archived from the original ... Medical role-players typically fall under the category of Standardized Patients (SP). SPs are extensively used in medical and ... Medical role-players can also be used to portray distraught or bereaved family members of patients in emergency medicine ...