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Interprofessional education in geriatric medicine

C.J.P.W. Keijsers, R. Dreher, S. Tanner, C. Forde-Johnston, S. Thompson
2016 European Geriatric Medicine  
There is now sufficient evidence to indicate that interprofessional education enables effective collaborative practice which in turn optimizes health services, strengthens health systems and improves health  ...  All authors contributed, read and approved the final version of the manuscript. Dr Thompson is grateful to Health Education Thames Valley for supporting IPE projects in geriatrics in Oxford.  ...  Acknowledgements The content is solely the responsibility of the authors. Dr Keijsers and Dr Thompson designed the content of this article. Dr Keijsers drafted the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eurger.2016.01.011 fatcat:qi3t73cuordnfbtiged2digxkm

Interprofessional Initiatives at the University of Washington

Peggy S. Odegard, Lynne Robins, Nanci Murphy, Basia Belza, Doug Brock, Thomas H. Gallagher, Taryn Lindhorst, Tom Morton, Doug Schaad, Pamela Mitchell
2009 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
In 2003, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommended "all health professionals should be educated to deliver patientcentered care as members of an interdisciplinary team, emphasizing evidence-based practice  ...  , quality improvement approaches, and informatics." 2 At the University of Washington, the Center for Health Sciences Interprofessional Education (CHSIE) was established in 1997 to promote interprofessional  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to gratefully acknowledge the ongoing effort and commitment to implement, study, and model interprofessional education by the faculty of the Center for Health Sciences  ... 
doi:10.5688/aj730463 pmid:19657496 pmcid:PMC2720359 fatcat:wfpfk2v6avgedgkhxhfltehwoy

Differences in Pre-licensure Interprofessional Learning: Classroom Versus Practice Settings

Judy E. Anderson, Christine Ateah, Pamela Wener, Wanda Snow, Colleen Metge, Laura MacDonald, Moni Fricke, Sora Ludwig, Penny Davis
2011 Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education  
Findings encourage longerterm study of how interprofessional learning in various settings could improve how future practitioners approach patient care.  ...  This led to research questioning whether knowledge, attitudes, perceptions, values, and skills regarding collaborative patient care improve after interprofessional learning in classroom and practice settings  ...  Collaborative input to the original proposal from Manitoba Health and the deans and directors of participating University of Manitoba faculties (Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy) and schools (Dental  ... 
doi:10.22230/jripe.2011v2n1a54 fatcat:2tv44rva7ffxhfizztcchyhlku

The electronic oral health record

David W Heid, Joseph Chasteen, Arden W Forrey
2002 Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice  
This paper presents the history of the use of the computer for maintaining patient medical care information.  ...  An electronic record generated with a computer, which is non-specific for any healthcare specialty, is referred to as the electronic health record.  ...  In the Institute of Medicine report in 1991 9 , healthcare specialties, including dentistry, are the target for the use of computerbased patient record technology.  ... 
pmid:12167912 fatcat:tgk4wirc2jcnvnmoojsic5edxa

FDI Vision 2020: shaping the future of oral health

Michael Glick, Orlando Monteiro da Silva, Gerhard K. Seeberger, Tao Xu, Gilberto Pucca, David M. Williams, Steve Kess, Jean-Luc Eiselé, Tania Séverin
2012 International Dental Journal  
Oral health is an essential component of good health, and good oral health is a fundamental human right.  ...  The role of the dental profession is to help the population and decision makers to achieve health through 278  ...  constructive feedback and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1111/idj.12009 pmid:23252585 fatcat:6a3dqowpmncxrgjfwfed4tuf4a

Oral healthcare systems for an ageing population: concepts and challenges

Elisa M. Ghezzi, Keita Kobayashi, Deok-Young Park, Patcharawan Srisilapanan
2017 International Dental Journal  
The complexity of these OHCS functions for the ageing are described utilizing the spectrum of dependency of the Seattle Care Pathway framework.  ...  Health information systems utilize economic, political, social, and health data to evaluate trends in prevalence and severity of disease to design health interventions 3  ...  FDI World Dental Federation thanks GC International AG for their generous support and commitment towards the promotion of oral health for an ageing population. The authors recognize Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1111/idj.12343 pmid:29023741 fatcat:3dmqtedqxrehxlljhswqzpwfty

The Structure of Medical Informatics Journal Literature

T. A. Morris, K. W. McCain
1998 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
A b s t r a c t Objective: Medical informatics is an emergent interdisciplinary field described as drawing upon and contributing to both the health sciences and information sciences.  ...  The interpretable dimensions of multidimensional scaling maps differed for the SCI and SSCI data sets. Strong links to information science literature were not found.  ...  optimal use for problem solving and decision making.''  ... 
doi:10.1136/jamia.1998.0050448 pmid:9760393 pmcid:PMC61326 fatcat:q2bj4lg475gydlbhcjq7iopjku

Nerve-growth-factor antibody for the treatment of osteoarthritis pain and chronic low back pain

Martin Schmelz, Patrick Mantyh, Anne-Marie Malfait, John Farrar, Tony Yaksh, Leslie Tive, Lars Viktrup
2019 Pain  
The potential role of NGF in osteoarthritis and chronic low-back pain signaling is also examined to provide a mechanistic basis for the observed efficacy of NGF-Abs in clinical trials of these particular  ...  In this regard, antibodies directed against nerve growth factor (NGF-Abs) are a new class of agents in development for the treatment of chronic pain conditions such as osteoarthritis and chronic low-back  ...  costs. 1, 6, 7 The NPS recommends a population-based, biopsychosocial approach to pain care that is grounded in scientific evidence, integrated, multimodal, and interdisciplinary, while tailored to an  ... 
doi:10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001625 pmid:31145219 pmcid:PMC6756297 fatcat:yp4ybyfgavhhphemcmlgxeap6q

Interprofessional communication (IPC) for medical students: a scoping review

Chermaine Bok, Cheng Han Ng, Jeffery Wei Heng Koh, Zhi Hao Ong, Haziratul Zakirah Binte Ghazali, Lorraine Hui En Tan, Yun Ting Ong, Clarissa Wei Shuen Cheong, Annelissa Mien Chew Chin, Stephen Mason, Lalit Kumar Radha Krishna
2020 BMC Medical Education  
Methods Krishna's Systematic Evidence Based Approach (SEBA) was used to guide a scoping review of IPC training for medical students published between 1 January 2000 to 31 December 2018 in PubMed, ScienceDirect  ...  The data accrued was independently analysed using thematic and content analysis to enhance the reproducibility and transparency of this SEBA guided review.  ...  Acknowledgments This paper is dedicated to the late Dr. S. Radha Krishna, whose advice and insights were critical to the conceptualization of this review.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-020-02296-x pmid:33081781 fatcat:j72jbvxvpzhpvjlljoujtfpo4u

A Systematic Review of Integrated Learning Definitions, Frameworks, and Practices in Recent Health Professions Education Literature

Davina Matinho, Marisa Pietrandrea, Carlos Echeverria, Ron Helderman, Madison Masters, Daniel Regan, Samuel Shu, Rafael Moreno, Douglas McHugh
2022 Education Sciences  
Full-text retrieval and data extraction of the included studies were conducted.  ...  as integrated thinkers and holistic care providers.  ...  ., (2020) Dental students an interdisciplinary approach to medical/dental education that seeks to incorporate relevant learning experiences in the humanities and social sciences into medicine and dentistry  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12030165 fatcat:q4jwgf3w6bbqba6lthhexsm4ga

Problem-Oriented Approaches in the Context of Health Care Education: Perspectives and Lessons

Weiqun Courtney Kang, Elizabeth Jordan, Marion Porath
2009 Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning  
The current study aims to explore and articulate some of the key issues in problem-oriented learning (POL), in the context of health care education.  ...  Thematic analysis of the interview data revealed that POL practice among health care educators includes both problem-based learning (PBL) in the strict sense, and a much broader integration of PBL components  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank our participants for their interest and insight into POL, and Alice Cassidy and Judy Chan from the Centre for Teaching and Academic Growth for their support of the  ... 
doi:10.7771/1541-5015.1086 fatcat:ks5korefm5dqjizcwwowzc7xbu

Workforce Competencies in Behavioral Health: An Overview

Michael A. Hoge, Manuel Paris, Hoover Adger, Frank L. Collins, Cherry V. Finn, Larry Fricks, Kenneth J. Gill, Judith Haber, Marsali Hansen, D. J. Ida, Linda Kaplan, William F. Northey (+5 others)
2005 Administration and Policy in Mental Health  
Multi-disciplinary, team-based approaches have become widely accepted as an optimal structure for care.  ...  AMERSA has achieved national recognition for its role in supporting faculty development, curriculum design, implementation and evaluation, and the promulgation of an interdisciplinary approach to substance  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10488-005-3259-x pmid:16082798 fatcat:yaahurg3ffekzdekw4a2avuj7a

General Report & Recommendations in Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine 2012: White Paper of the European Association for Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine

Olga Golubnitschaja, Vincenzo Costigliola
2012 The EPMA Journal  
This report is the collective product of word-leading experts working in the branches of integrative medicine by predictive, preventive and personalised medicine (PPPM) under the coordination of the European  ...  cit in the fi eld and to introduce integrative approaches for advanced diagnostics, targeted prevention, treatments tailored to the person and costeff ective healthcare.  ...  Correct diagnosis and eff ective treatment of rare dental disorder provide us with the unique opportunity to create optimal strategic approaches for the personalisation of the medical care in dentistry  ... 
doi:10.1186/1878-5085-3-14 pmid:23116135 pmcid:PMC3485619 fatcat:zcb4o6jxsjg3jcpfv3sdjctd7q

Addressing Competencies for the Future in the Professional Curriculum

Paul W. Jungnickel, Kristi W. Kelley, Dana P. Hammer, Stuart T. Haines, Karen F. Marlowe
2009 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
This is in stark contrast to other health professions such as medicine, dentistry, and veterinary medicine, which have for years had patient care practices that were used in the education and training  ...  Lecture-oriented classes generally result in students being passive learners, with the result often being information memorized in the short term for an examination, with much forgotten after the examination  ...  Perform basic life support measures and triage patients • Achieve and maintain certification in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) • Recognize situations which are beyond one's own scope  ... 
doi:10.5688/aj7308156 pmid:20221349 pmcid:PMC2828317 fatcat:gqxcaqg7q5cstllcyvxah6iwwa

A Management and Special Pharmacy Services Course for Pharmacy Students

Alina de las Mercedes Martínez Sánchez
2017 Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research  
Of the respondents, 91% strongly agreed or agreed that the objectives for student learning were met and 71% agreed that the course furthered their understanding of the impact of managed care and pharmacy  ...  The course was focus on the development and management of innovative practices in all areas of pharmacy practice.  ...  professional practice, like those of medicine, dentistry, and nursing, where the practitioner is responsible for satisfying unique health care needs of a patient.  ... 
doi:10.5530/ijper.51.3.62 fatcat:wndtynfdg5c5lbmjw3cfkmucau
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