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Beyond tokenistic participation: Using representational artefacts to enable meaningful public participation in health service design

Cecily Morrison, Andy Dearden
2013 Health Policy  
that both groups find meaningful and valid.  ...  We suggest that using such representational artefacts can provide an alternative approach to participation that stands in contrast to the current focus on the professionalisation of public participants  ...  We acknowledge the valuable contributions of all the staff, patients, carers and advocates who participated in BOSOP as well as the support of Sheffield Churches Council for Community Care (SCCCC) in the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2013.05.008 pmid:23786993 fatcat:crn2zdrawfgi3b6xl7be6cspiy

Promoting Students' Sense of Coherence in Medical Education Using Transformative Learning Activities

Ida Katrine Riksaasen Hatlevik, Sylvi Stenersen Hovdenak
2020 Advances in Medical Education and Practice  
Medical education includes rich opportunities to use transformative learning activities both on campus and at clinical placement sites, but it is not given that these types of learning activities are present  ...  in the teaching offered at all the various learning sites; thus, enhanced awareness of why and how to promote transformative learning is required among medical educators.  ...  Meaningfulness refers to the student's perception of educational content as relevant and useful for professional practice.  ... 
doi:10.2147/amep.s266960 pmid:33154694 pmcid:PMC7608481 fatcat:cf7fyjlb4bbtho7cbigx2evzfq

Promoting Students' Sense of Coherence in Medical Education Using Transformative Learning Activities

Hatlevik IKR, Hovdenak SS
2020 Advances in Medical Education and Practice  
These transformative learning activities influenced students' perceptions of educational content and demands as being comprehensible, manageable, and meaningful, which are the core components of "sensing  ...  of the interplay between theoretical knowledge and professional practice, thereby creating a sense of coherence in medical education.Methods: This paper analyzes the data from interviews with 40 medical  ...  Meaningfulness refers to the student’s perception of educational content as relevant and useful for professional practice.  ... 
doaj:c662095bd79f4ceeadfb4f1ed7949ccd fatcat:ilru2m6kfnbcbmlkvcdb5iyd3a

The Journey of Primary Care Practices to Meaningful Use: A Colorado Beacon Consortium Study

D. H. Fernald, R. Wearner, W. P. Dickinson
2013 Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine  
There are few comprehensive descriptions of how primary care practices achieve the meaningful use of clinical data, including the formal stage 1 meaningful use requirements.  ...  Conclusion: Meeting the stage 1 requirements for incentives under Medicare and Medicaid meaningful use criteria is the first waypoint in a longer journey by primary care practices to the meaningful use  ...  Practices were concerned that extensive EHR upgrades (or a completely new EHR) would be necessary to provide the required data for future meaningful use.  ... 
doi:10.3122/jabfm.2013.05.120344 pmid:24004712 fatcat:uyzzg52ayjhvhez5u6d2tfbpcu

Virtual patient consultations and the use of an ePortfolio assessment to support student learning of integrated professional skills

Fiona Naumann, Jia-Lin Yang, Thuan Thai, Caroline Ford, Patsie Polly
2016 Focus on Health Professional Education A Multi-Professional Journal  
Student also liked vConsults potential for future use in their practice.  ...  medical specialists about cancer diagnosis and treatment.  ...  for what the future holds in this particular career field.  ... 
doi:10.11157/fohpe.v17i3.178 fatcat:6khzfkpserftlgelh3zaownhbi

Dealing Crisis Management using AI

Yew Kee Wong
2021 International Journal of Computer Science Engineering and Applications  
Due to the rapid growth of such data, solutions need to be studied and provided in order to handle and extract value and knowledge from these datasets for different industries and business operations.  ...  Big data refers to datasets that are not only big, but also high in variety and velocity, which makes them difficult to handle using traditional tools and techniques.  ...  An example of a high veracity data set would be data from a medical experiment or trial.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcsea.2021.11502 fatcat:uxkmx6as5ba6ngvlsdluer57oa

Meaningful use in the safety net: a rapid ethnography of patient portal implementation at five community health centers in California

Sara L Ackerman, Urmimala Sarkar, Lina Tieu, Margaret A Handley, Dean Schillinger, Kenneth Hahn, Mekhala Hoskote, Gato Gourley, Courtney Lyles
2017 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Objective: US health care institutions are implementing secure websites (patient portals) to achieve federal Meaningful Use (MU) certification.  ...  use" as defined by and for their patients.  ...  The driver becomes meeting certain meaningful use standards sometimes taking priority over meaningful use for our patients."  ... 
doi:10.1093/jamia/ocx015 pmid:28340229 pmcid:PMC6080844 fatcat:w2ks7xet6fapji3xajeq2qvc6y

Meaningful Use of Electronic Prescribing in 5 Exemplar Primary Care Practices

J. C. Crosson, R. S. Etz, S. Wu, S. G. Straus, D. Eisenman, D. S. Bell
2011 Annals of Family Medicine  
PURPOSE Successful use of electronic prescribing (e-prescribing) is a key requirement for demonstrating meaningful use of electronic health records to qualify for federal incentives.  ...  workarounds to ensure the completeness of patient medical records.  ...  Acknowledgments: We are grateful for the assistance of Christopher Jackson and Karen Danna-Lynch in developing data-coding schemes.  ... 
doi:10.1370/afm.1261 pmid:21911757 pmcid:PMC3185481 fatcat:6sxafoo6ojblpoybf7oniciba4

Preparing students for pharmacy practice using critical thinking and reflection

Kimberly B. Garza, Channing R. Ford, Lindsey E. Moseley, Bradley M. Wright
2021 Pharmacy Education  
Social, behavioural, and administrative sciences are among the Accreditation Council of Pharmacy Education (ACPE) mandated foundational knowledge requirements for pharmacy school curricula.  ...  into a learning experience exploring how patients and pharmacists navigate the complexities of the US healthcare system.  ...  The comments and clear feedback really helped me learn from my progressive case."  ... 
doi:10.46542/pe.2021.211.789802 fatcat:pxh5pkm7jjddbn6ybnafg7o7si

Using communities of practice as a lens for exploring experiential pharmacy learning in general practice: Are communities of practice the way forward in changing the training culture in pharmacy?

Ali M. K. Hindi, Sarah C. Willis, Ellen I. Schafheutle
2022 BMC Medical Education  
Conclusions The learning culture of GP supports learners' development, providing time and opportunities for meaningful and authentic workplace learning, with healthcare professionals acting as supervisors  ...  These findings can usefully inform implementation of meaningful learning opportunities in primary and secondary care for those involved in pharmacy education and training.  ...  We would like to acknowledge the HEE LaSE team and SEL FP VTS Training Programme Director -Katie Reygate and Jennifer Guffie for all their help and support with the evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-021-03079-8 pmid:34980098 pmcid:PMC8722087 fatcat:pdaig6z6dbcmtobkjsm3z54tvq

Building capabilities: Using MOOCs to make transitions in work

Janet Small, Andrew Deacon, Sukaina Walji, Tasneem Jaffer, Jeff Jawitz
2019 Open Praxis  
Our research explores the experience of adults looking for flexible online learning opportunities that intersect with university study.  ...  There were also cases where people had not yet identified a new career, but believed the knowledge and skills would support future transitions.  ...  We wish to thank Nchangwi Munung who conducted most of the interviews that were used in this research and Soraya Lester who continued in this role.  ... 
doi:10.5944/openpraxis.11.4.1027 fatcat:sx6mzr7aazdeveziwozpv6qgje

The Power of a Team: Using Unfolding Video Cases in Interprofessional Education for Advanced Health Trainees

Mayumi Willgerodt, Jennifer Sonney, Debra Liner, Laurel Barchet
2018 MedEdPORTAL  
Few interprofessional (IP) learning opportunities are designed specifically for advanced health learners who are early in their training yet have already had some clinical experience.  ...  This group of learners requires activities that are didactic based but extend beyond the introductory IP curricula typically geared towards prelicensure students.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the ANE case-writing team, the faculty and staff of the Center for Health Sciences Interprofessional Education, Research and Practice, the Learning &  ... 
doi:10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10707 pmid:30800907 pmcid:PMC6342377 fatcat:nqx4zkpxirfqzavmxodvucty5u

Critical Characteristics of Housing and Housing Supports for Individuals with Concurrent Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health and/or Substance Use Challenges: A Qualitative Study

Maria Jennifer Estrella, Bonnie Kirsh, Pia Kontos, Alisa Grigorovich, Angela Colantonio, Vincy Chan, Emily Joan Nalder
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Implications for practice, including the urgent need for formalized TBI and MHSU education, support for service providers, and potential interventions to further enable core housing processes are discussed  ...  This study aimed to describe critical characteristics of housing and housing supports for individuals with concurrent TBI and MHSU from the perspectives of service users with TBI and MHSU and housing service  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the service users and service providers who shared their time and experiences for the purpose of this project.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182212211 pmid:34831967 pmcid:PMC8619924 fatcat:y4ckherjebei7nogtm4djho5vu

Peer engagement barriers and enablers: insights from people who use drugs in British Columbia, Canada

Alissa M. Greer, Ashraf Amlani, Charlene Burmeister, Alex Scott, Cheri Newman, Hugh Lampkin, Bernie Pauly, Jane A. Buxton
2019 Canadian journal of public health  
Peer engagement ensures decisions are relevant, appropriate, and effective to the affected community.  ...  In this study, we examined the perspectives of people who use or have used illicit drugs (PWUD) on peer engagement in health and harm reduction settings across British Columbia (BC), Canada.  ...  The right people Participants talked about the commitment from PWUD and providers required to support meaningful PE. Part of this idea was Bfinding the right people.  ... 
doi:10.17269/s41997-018-0167-x pmid:30610564 pmcid:PMC6964581 fatcat:zuaabuk65ze43bj7yjpygncrmu

What role does employment play in dual recovery? A qualitative meta-synthesis of cross-cutting studies treating substance use treatment, psychiatry and unemployment services

Jeppe Oute Hansen, Bagga Bjerge
2017 Advances in Dual Diagnosis: Policy, practice and research in mental health and substance use  
As such, occupational engagement and having a job provide opportunities for developing a meaningful identity and fostering competencies, hope, a sense of empowerment and direction for one's future (Andersen  ...  In doing so, the article strives to point out new routes for future research and the need for potential policy development in the field of recovery and employment.  ... 
doi:10.1108/add-11-2016-0019 fatcat:db24osbfojdjfgtosbyqqbnfa4
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