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2020 The Clinical Teacher  
To assess the feasibility of a data-driven approach on this type of data we used readily available methods: feature engineering, process mining (ProM), and text analytics (scattertext).  ...  Clinical placement is an important aspect of medical education.  ...  We aim to incorporate debates in the undergraduate teaching program as an optional module. We advocate the use of debates to improve attitudes towards mental illness & Psychiatry.  ... 
doi:10.1111/tct.13238 pmid:32976650 fatcat:wviox5cux5b27b566hvxnucxii

Oral Abstracts

2021 Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology  
Cancer Australia has leveraged the opportunity to undertake a range of evidence-based and data-informed initiatives to understand the potential impacts of the pandemic on cancer investigations and treatment  ...  To fill a critical gap in understanding about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines for cancer patients, Cancer Australia expedited the rapid establishment of a clinical study for the COVID-  ...  An understanding of the emerging evidence regarding these issues and how to equip our cancer workforce with the requisite skills and theoretical frameworks will be of benefit to the community, the clinical  ... 
doi:10.1111/ajco.13715 fatcat:dmepliro6jcwzg7ihbslf4px6e

Oral Abstracts

Gill Phillips
2019 Canadian Medical Education Journal  
The resulting competencies were validated using a modified-Delphi process by international CBME experts (n=5).  ...  Expert faculty members rated these topics through a Delphi process (2 rounds) based on how skillful their peers ought to be.  ...  rather than on the patient as an individual.  ... 
doi:10.36834/cmej.68010 fatcat:zauus2xhznb63cydi3b3wm4gpm

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2022 Journal of hepato-biliary-pancreatic sciences  
The incidence are 1-4 cases in one million patients a year. 60% are woman with a median age at presentation of 47 years. 90% are solitary and 10% multiple.  ...  Sometimes ultrasonography intra operative is useful to determine the insulinoma location. The surgical can be done by laparotomy or laparoscopic surgery.  ...  In addition, the lack of guidance on how radical an operation should be and how much LN should be dissected is related to our lack of understanding on factors that are associated with more malignant behavior  ... 
doi:10.1002/jhbp.1104 pmid:35201662 fatcat:tyx2wygjqzfnxd5mwiysbugovi

Oral Abstracts

Heather Hickey
2020 Canadian Medical Education Journal  
Depending upon the metric (e.g. number of patients seen, bounce-back rates, or time to fluids/antibiotics), resident data were compared to faculty or year-appropriate residents'.  ...  Summary of the Innovation: Cerner EHR data were collected from 2017-2018, representing approximately 150,000 patient visits to the Emergency Department and 850 patient encounters, for one randomly selected  ...  First, students recognized how challenges with integrated care can result in patient loss of autonomy.  ... 
doi:10.36834/cmej.70081 fatcat:nkxek5eqvrechhd5l6ag4wlhhu

Special Session Abstracts

2021 International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics  
Full dilatation Cesarean deliveries are associated with considerably higher rates of primary postpartum hemorrhage, transfusions, extended uterine tears, uterine artery laceration and trauma to the foetus  ...  A deeply impacted foetal head occurs in 1.5% of all Cesarean deliveries worldwide and in 25% of emergency Cesarean deliveries.  ...  | 33 Abstracts there are few patients with an absolute contra-indication to the use of local vaginal estrogen for treatment of genitourinary syndrome of menopause.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ijgo.13884 pmid:34669972 pmcid:PMC9292474 fatcat:7zfmyd5z5jf5pjaswofmej3ywm

Oral Abstracts

2019 Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology  
the imposition of toxicity in the absence of significant benefit arising as a result of poor patient selection.  ...  We report results of an interim analysis of the RCC cohort of a phase 2 trial of LEN+PEMBRO, in patients who progressed with prior ICI therapy.  ...  An online cognitive behavioural therapy program (iCanADAPT) was available to patients with mild to moderate A/D. Local data on ADAPT screening results and processes are made available to each site.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ajco.13262 pmid:31674106 fatcat:ubzvwtd6fvbevk7mfdjtoe76h4

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2016 Psycho-Oncology  
The present study assessed how familial Indian Residential School (IRS) attendance is linked with psychological distress among those with and without cancer in a representative sample of First Nations  ...  knowledge of diagnosis really affect rates of depression in cancer patients?  ...  Supporting Abstract 3:  ... 
doi:10.1002/pon.4272 pmid:27739605 fatcat:2fz7t55775go3gghvg5jmx7hqa

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2011 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
Methods: Following research ethics board approval and informed consent, 27 anesthesiology residents at a 2nd to 4th post-graduate year (PGY-2 to PGY-4) level of training were recruited.  ...  The scenario was specifically designed to produce challenges in communication and other aspects of crisis management.  ...  This is the largest review of these patients to date but is limited by its retrospective nature.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12630-011-9586-3 pmid:21953434 fatcat:rsgmbl3nt5gd7ofljewex6ohji

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2007 Forschende Komplementärmedizin  
Results: This work posits a deontic ( rule-based) ethical framework that 1) constructs the general moral affirmations required of the practice of medicine, and 2) elucidates the importance of research-derived  ...  Methods: The phenomenological method is used to describe the essence of medical practice, and show how the relational structure of the practice is critical to and supported by the moral obligations for  ...  PG6-01 An organic diet can increase the levels of conjugated linoleic acids in the breast milk of lactating women PG6-02 Results of a modified Delphi consensus-building process to classify natural  ... 
doi:10.1159/000101981 fatcat:seokr656xzc3fjcldftarcfxr4

Symposium Abstracts

2015 Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine  
The laboratory could participate in this development, and take an active role in informing the patient and apply the laboratory specialist expertise directly to the benefit of patients.  ...  Patients want to know which tests are done, and -more importantly -what the results of the tests mean with respect to their health condition.  ...  The huge amount of data generated by NGS cannot be duplicated by alternative methods for laboratories to internally validate all results, therefore external assessment of data is required.  ... 
doi:10.1515/cclm-2015-5001 fatcat:yljpacczozdffpokgkv3pl7r4i

Research Poster Abstracts

2018 Canadian Journal of Pain  
Discussion/Conclusions: The committee will continue to develop community profiles, identifying research protocols and priorities for individual communities, as well as create an online public database  ...  The effects of MC1R genetic variants on red hair and pain Results: Preliminary efforts have been focused on compiling community supplied information, available grey and published academic literature.  ...  choices on an abstract quantity: value.  ... 
doi:10.1080/24740527.2018.1476313 fatcat:udxsgs772fa5nnd5vzt7k4qpvy

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2019 Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety  
Results: Thirty-six unique studies were eligible for inclusion, with the majority originating from the United States of America (USA) (n = 10, 27.7%) and 21 (58.3%) being published from January 2010 onwards  ...  Rate of pADEs in NICUs ranged from 0.47 to 14.38 per 1000 patient days (n = 2). A total of three studies in PICUs reported pADEs rates using different denominators.  ...  Conclusion: The VP met the needs of the client and their application.  ... 
doi:10.1002/pds.4732 fatcat:4rvtpc67ubbavnp4fj7grpgbkq

CSHP Summer Educational Sessions (SES) 2013: Poster Abstracts / Séances éducatives d'été (SÉÉ) 2012 de la SCPH : Résumés des affiches

The Canadian Journal Of Hospital Pharmacy
2013 The Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy  
Patients often present with agitation, palpitations, tachycardia, hypokalemia and hyperglycemia. Treatment is supportive with intravenous fluids, ß-blockers and potassium supplementation.  ...  Case Description: A 23-year-old male presented to the Emergency Department with palpitations, anxiety, chest tightness and shortness of breath after intentional ingestion of 5000 mcg of clenbuterol (125  ...  Implications: After Round 1, 7/26 cpKPI met consensus criteria in a national modified Delphi process with panelist results to be used to inform subsequent rounds.  ... 
doi:10.4212/cjhp.v66i4.1276 fatcat:yp25snmm6rc6pey7gxeqxxfwc4

Abstracts

2010 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
ABSTRACT BODY: Discussion (Abstract Submission): The data generated may add to our understanding of the response of the heart to brain death, and the contribution of spinal sympathetics to cardiac dysfunction  ...  ABSTRACT BODY: Results (Abstract Submission): There were a total of 2331 patients in the BART study with a mean age of 66±11 and 71.8% were male.  ...  ABSTRACT BODY: Discussion (Abstract Submission): Patients with mild DD may benefit from β-blockers treatment. β-blockers may not be the drug of choice in treating patients with advanced DD.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12630-010-9415-0 fatcat:gxnhfjzoujfhpfxtfepx3cjjde
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