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Towards Protecting Critical National Assets and Preparedness for Response to Hazardous Chemical, Biological and Radiological Attacks

Rakesh Kumar Sharma, Sudha Rana, Natarajan Gopalan
2019 Defence Life Science Journal  
gas agents in Syria; capturing of Uranium from University of al- Mousal, Iraq by IS, etc.  ...  World has witnessed a number of such incidences in the recent years, e.g., Mustard gas attack against Kurdish forces in Iraq; ricin laced letters sent to US President and others senators; use of Nerve  ...  In case of CBR emergency, cascades of instant operations are required such as evacuation assistance, shelter in place, communication with authorities, decontamination and medical management with countermeasures  ... 
doi:10.14429/dlsj.4.15134 fatcat:3gxl7k4e7fdnfc5e4kasw5h4wm

Machine Learning in Healthcare Communication

Sarkar Siddique, James C. L. Chow
2021 Encyclopedia  
This includes chatbots for the COVID-19 health education, cancer therapy, and medical imaging.  ...  In this topical review, we will highlight how the application of ML/AI in healthcare communication is able to benefit humans.  ...  Acknowledgments: J.C.L.C. would like to acknowledge the financial support from the Planning  ... 
doi:10.3390/encyclopedia1010021 fatcat:k4fj32b7mvbbhljpezmsaxljj4

The Medical–Legal Partnership Approach to Teaching Social Determinants of Health and Structural Competency in Residency Programs

Edward G. Paul, Mallory Curran, Elizabeth Tobin Tyler
2017 Academic Medicine  
Active participation, at a minimum, should include observation and participation through a full feedback cycle (e.g., one Plan-Do-Study-Act loop).  ...  Some didactic material or assigned readings may be helpful to supplement the case-based learning.  ...  providers 5.2/A Integrates emerging neurobiological and genetic knowledge into treatment plan 4 Supportive therapy includes the capacity to generate a case formulation, to demonstrate techniques  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0000000000001494 pmid:28225730 fatcat:er2664dp5bg7xkspvmwilc7mue

Une coalition mondiale pour promouvoir la recherche clinique sur le Covid-19 dans des environnements à ressources limitées

Covid Clinical Reserach Coalition
2020 Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique  
Moreover, there is an imperative to support research priorities in a way that leads to the development of sustainable global research platforms pre-prepared for the next disease X epidemic.  ...  This will allow for accelerated research, innovative solutions and R&D of diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines, as well as the timely and equitable access to these life-saving tools for those at highest  ...  production and access to medical countermeasures Committing to fair and equitable access An unambiguous commitment to global solidarity and equitable access to advances made A global effort to enable  ... 
doi:10.3166/bspe-2020-0123 fatcat:tt6kt76uo5g7jmiqowmmodz2xa

The Prevention of Contrast-Induced Nephropathy

Trang H. Au, Anne Bruckner, Syed M. Mohiuddin, Daniel E. Hilleman
2014 The Annals of Pharmacotherapy  
CO 2 Properties, Dosing, and Technique In order to use CO 2 appropriately and safely, a basic knowledge of its properties is essential.  ...  In patients with multilevel disease the operator should proceed with staged interventions, even if CO 2 is the agent of choice.  ...  Media Used Print and online resources are used to complete this activity. Successful completion of this activity requires a completed post-test and evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1060028014541996 pmid:24994723 fatcat:zvecnmnovbfbvo4tyc74uoe7qu

ESC Core Curriculum for the Cardiologist

Felix C Tanner, Nicolas Brooks, Kevin F Fox, Lino Gonçalves, Peter Kearney, Lampros Michalis, Agnès Pasquet, Susanna Price, Eric Bonnefoy, Mark Westwood, Chris Plummer, Paulus Kirchhof (+1 others)
2020 European Heart Journal  
; and (5) Able to teach (no supervision).  ...  Manage a patient with pulmonary hypertension 9.7. Manage a patient with adult congenital heart disease 9.8. Manage a pregnant patient with cardiac symptoms or disease 9.9.  ...  co-operatively with radiologists, paramedical, and other medical professionals • Appraise the side effects of contrast media and the risks of radiation to patient and personnel Assessment tools • Direct  ... 
doi:10.1093/eurheartj/ehaa641 pmid:32862226 fatcat:76juxv3h4rcfpkvssiddekxsmu

Interdisciplinary Practice Models for Older Adults With Back Pain: A Qualitative Evaluation

Stacie A. Salsbury, Christine M. Goertz, Robert D. Vining, Maria A. Hondras, Andrew A. Andresen, Cynthia R. Long, Kevin J. Lyons, Lisa Z. Killinger, Robert B. Wallace
2017 The gerontologist  
Design and Methods: This qualitative evaluation was a component of a randomized controlled trial of 3 interdisciplinary models for back pain management: usual medical care; concurrent medical and chiropractic  ...  care; and collaborative medical and chiropractic care with interprofessional education, clinical record exchange, and team-based case management.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank the older adults, providers, and study personnel who participated in the COCOA Study.  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/gnw188 pmid:28082277 fatcat:cogr7efri5axfppnux33vhnwqa

The British Columbia Cancer Agency: A Comprehensive and Integrated System of Cancer Control

Donald Carlow
2000 Healthcare Quarterly  
The flexibility inherent in a provincial program model has also minimized the impact of a national human resources crisis for radiation technologists and medical physicists, which developed in Canada in  ...  Only one medical record is needed for patients, no matter where they access care in the provincial cancer system.  ...  You can get there from here. give mid-career learners skills and knowledge that will benefit any organization. A M A S T E R ' S P R O G R A M  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcq..16755 fatcat:fmkvc2szavbmjgykf72r4jih6e

The science of Durban, AIDS 2016

Chris Beyrer, Olive Shisana, Stefan D. Baral, Koleka Milsana, Kenneth H. Mayer, Anton Pozniak, Bruce D. Walker, Souleman Mboup, Annette H. Sohn, David Serwadda, Helen Rees, Sergii Dvoriak (+7 others)
2017 Journal of the International AIDS Society  
co-infections and co-morbidities, and unresolved issues in TB management and epidemic control.  ...  The improvement of legal, policy and human rights environments for those most at risk for HIV acquisition and most at risk for lack of access to essential services; sexual and gender minorities, sex workers  ...  Integrated care for people with drug dependency, HIV and TB in settings where medication assisted therapy, ART and TB could be co-located was strongly supported by participants in this session.  ... 
doi:10.7448/ias.20.1.21781 pmid:28692209 pmcid:PMC5515038 fatcat:msm5luibofbazhrck4k7n3u54u

Clinical Trials in Pandemic Settings [chapter]

M. Gadebusch-Bondio, M. Marloth
2020 In the Realm of Corona Normativities  
They are required to communicate complex knowledge in an accessible way, to deal with gaps in knowledge in a transparent manner, and guard against the deceptive facticity of numbers.  ...  If it is possible to make the data obtained and the information extrapolated from it available to clinicians and decision-makers and to release all publications -as planned -in open-access format, the  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783465145318-29 fatcat:iphgumxnhfe6voz7o7kl7nbbdq

Averting MERS-Cov Emerging Threat and Epidemics: The Importance of Community Alertness and Preparedness Policies and Programs

Ernest Tambo, Tamiru Oljira
2015 Journal of Prevention and Infection Control  
, (3) fostering effective and coordinated logistics in risk communication, planning and response in MERS-CoV public mobilization literacy and awareness, advocacy and mitigation.  ...  and upholding knowledge gains from "One Health Surveillance Network" and best practices in achieving "One Health" and global health security.  ...  Socio media can facilitate access to and democratization of information, emergency risk communication, and interactive communication making use of public input, content exchange and partnerships, strategic  ... 
doi:10.21767/2471-9668.10002 fatcat:grfigbi4brcqhc4erhqpldhyni

The Use of Interactive Media in Teaching of Human Kinetics (Kinesiology)

CO Ezike
2015 AFRREV STECH An International Journal of Science and Technology  
This paper x-rays how teachers of kinesiology (human kinetics) can utilize interactive media to enhance teaching of the subject.  ...  The Use of interactive media opens up the creativity and potentials of the learner as it awakens the learner's senses and activates all the senses to be attentive hence encouraging learning.  ...  Websites are written in, or converted to, HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) and are accessed using a software interface classified as a user agent.  ... 
doi:10.4314/stech.v4i1.9 fatcat:lwyz4nzefnepha2kuf5pi5fpri

Tackling AMR crisis in India: Changing paradigm

Sandeep Lahiry, Rajesh Ramalingam, Krunal Dalal, Ashwini Pawar, Yashpal Chugh, Alap Gandhi, Bhavesh Kotak
2020 Asian Journal of Medical Sciences  
This paper provides a snapshot of major strategies proposed in recent years, including educational and awareness initiatives, infection control guidelines, audit and feedback, antimicrobial stewardship  ...  Several hospital and community-based surveys have indicated alarming rise in incidence of multidrug resistant microbes, especially 'superbugs', having direct links with antibiotic use/misuse.  ...  Step #2 Limiting empiric antibiotic therapy to genuine seriously ill patients Empiric antibiotic therapy is ONLY recommended for a select group of patients after taking appropriate cultures (in cases like  ... 
doi:10.3126/ajms.v11i6.29427 fatcat:7olo5gmvbzbixaoa3hrqvtkfsm

Delivery of Optimized Inpatient Anticoagulation Therapy: Consensus Statement from the Anticoagulation Forum

Edith A Nutescu, Ann K Wittkowsky, Allison Burnett, Geno J Merli, Jack E Ansell, David A Garcia
2013 The Annals of Pharmacotherapy  
Acknowledgments: We thank Amir Jaffer MD, Michael Gulseth PharmD, and William Dager PharmD for their helpful insights and suggestions for manuscript content and development.  ...  Education on anticoagulant agents through written, oral, and electronic media should be provided to the patient and family as well as staff involved in the patient's care.  ...  clinical outcomes; perform an educational assessment; develop an educational plan; and document the educational activities in the patient's medical record Applied Pharmacology of Antithrombotic Agents  ... 
doi:10.1345/aph.1r634 pmid:23585642 pmcid:PMC3815430 fatcat:h2fqg4mr4fgvrn54uaqum2pzpe

A strategic reflection for the management and implementation of CAR-T therapy in Spain: an expert consensus paper

N. Zozaya, J. Villaseca, F. Abdalla, M. A. Calleja, J. L. Díez-Martín, J. Estévez, R. García-Sanz, J. Martínez-López, J. Sierra, R. Vera, A. Hidalgo-Vega
2022 Clinical and Translational Oncology  
This think tank involved 40 key agents and opinion leaders.  ...  AbstractCAR-T cell therapy represents a therapeutic revolution in the prognosis and treatment of patients with certain types of hematological cancer.  ...  Ana Moreno Cerro, who provided medical writing assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12094-021-02757-9 pmid:34997475 pmcid:PMC8741571 fatcat:763xfuwigfeyxokvfk426cbi2y
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