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Kyung-Hee Cho
2018 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
In December, the Examination Committee CHIA boot camp was held over a weekend. The boot camp kicked off a complete revisi- on of the HI Competencies and framework.  ...  E-Safety Professional Practice Guidelines were released.  ...  Medical Informatics (TAMI) TAMI has been very successful in providing an annual certification exam in for HIT professionals.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1641204 pmid:29681033 fatcat:vhhiffsflfgwpicwf3vh6q7swy

A Survey of Imaging Informatics Fellowships and Their Curricula: Current State Assessment

Brianna L. Vey, T. S. Cook, P. Nagy, R. J. Bruce, R. W. Filice, K. C. Wang, N. M. Safdar
2018 Journal of digital imaging  
Our plan is to reengage II fellowship directors to develop a core curriculum, which is part of the Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine strategic plan.  ...  Curriculum topics in Technical Informatics or Business and Management were covered by a majority of institutions, while Quality and Safety and Research topics had inconsistent coverage across fellowships  ...  Certification options for imaging informatics professions include the Certified Imaging Informatics Professional (CIIP) by the American Board of Imaging Informatics, the Certified Professional in Health  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10278-018-0147-y pmid:30374655 pmcid:PMC6382631 fatcat:ab2jx4sot5cwdliluyik2lrynu

Information on IMIA Regional Groups

2011 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
CMIO Boot Camp The AMIA CMIO Boot Camp has evolved into a comprehensive and engaging experience for physicians embarking on CMIO leadership roles in health care organizations and academic research.  ...  Attendees learn best practices and hear evidence from those at the forefront of the biomedical and health informatics profession. The 2011 Boot Camp will be held this fall.  ...  Objectives: • To disseminate and exchange information on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BMHI) programs and courses. • To advance the knowledge of how BMHI is taught to health care professionals, to  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1638765 fatcat:ipw5ogsgxbcq7bbxxpiq3q46se

Credentials for a PharmD graduate: The voyage never ends

Mohammed Saji Salahudeen, Prasad S Nishtala
2015 SAGE Open Medicine  
independent researchers within a specific area of practice (e.g. pharmacometrics) American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Foundation Research Boot Camp 27 Fellow programs Fellow of the American  ...  Pharmacy Administration, immunology, infectious diseases, informatics, internal medicine, Managed Care Pharmacy System, medication use safety, nephrology, neurology, nuclear pharmacy, nutrition support  ... 
doi:10.1177/2050312115584228 pmid:26770783 pmcid:PMC4679279 fatcat:fdj7fr7olva73jcfcgajeyxfrm

The Power of Subjectivity in the Assessment of Medical Trainees

Olle ten Cate, Glenn Regehr
2018 Academic Medicine  
Acknowledgments This update to the Royal College CanMEDS Physician Competency Framework as well as the development of competency milestones could not have been accomplished without the participation of  ...  professional practice and personal life. • Resource allocation is conceived as a function of good stewardship. • Competence in health informatics is viewed as crucial for medical leaders and managers  ...  Add new themes emerging in health care, such as patient safety, eHealth and handover. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0000000000002495 pmid:30334840 fatcat:73fdjatejndfdeelj5t557bbmu

Training Pathology Residents to Practice 21st Century Medicine

W. Stephen Black-Schaffer, Jon S. Morrow, Michael B. Prystowsky, Jacob J. Steinberg
2016 Academic Pathology  
The demand for increasingly sophisticated yet broader diagnostic skills will continue to grow. This will require pathologists to acquire appropriate professional training and interpersonal skills.  ...  Scientific advances, open information access, and evolving health-care economics are disrupting extant models of health-care delivery.  ...  Funding The author(s) received no financial support for the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2374289516665393 pmid:28725776 pmcid:PMC5497917 fatcat:t3qgv6rv25dkrhpwzhyyzwp4b4

Challenges and opportunities in Academic Hospital Medicine: Report from the Academic Hospital Medicine Summit

Scott A. Flanders, Bob Centor, Valerie Weber, Thomas McGinn, Karen DeSalvo, Andrew Auerbach
2009 Journal of Hospital Medicine  
opportunities for training academic hospitalists in key aspects of early career success, 3) advocacy for development of fellows and junior faculty researchers in hospital medicine.  ...  The Consensus Group developed recommendations for addressing these concerns, specifically 1) characterizing the 'optimal' job description for an academic hospitalist, 2) developing better local and at-a-distance  ...  training / mentoring Academic hospitalist "boot camp" Teaching / education Research / promotion Cross cutting 5) Enhance research career pathways Advocacy for enhanced training programs  ... 
doi:10.1002/jhm.497 pmid:19260044 fatcat:qsd5hvx47zhlnegpndll42s2r4

Challenges and Opportunities in Academic Hospital Medicine: Report from the Academic Hospital Medicine Summit

Scott A. Flanders, Bob Centor, Valerie Weber, Thomas McGinn, Karen DeSalvo, Andrew Auerbach
2009 Journal of general internal medicine  
opportunities for training academic hospitalists in key aspects of early career success, 3) advocacy for development of fellows and junior faculty researchers in hospital medicine.  ...  The Consensus Group developed recommendations for addressing these concerns, specifically 1) characterizing the 'optimal' job description for an academic hospitalist, 2) developing better local and at-a-distance  ...  training / mentoring Academic hospitalist "boot camp" Teaching / education Research / promotion Cross cutting 5) Enhance research career pathways Advocacy for enhanced training programs  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-009-0944-6 pmid:19259748 pmcid:PMC2669869 fatcat:plmb535x2zbqtnjazmotwpnzx4

Current State in U.S. Public Health Competency-Based Graduate Education

Judith G. Calhoun, Clare A. Wrobel, John R. Finnegan
2011 Public Health Reviews  
Recommendations for furthering educational transformation in public health are also discussed. 149 "...The labour market for health professionals is often characterized by multiple imbalances, the most  ...  This article provides an overview of the influences that have led to the consideration and development of strategies for promoting outcomes-based educational performance and accountability across post-secondary  ...  Although essential and valuable for introducing the theory and mechanics-the "how to's"-of CBE, even highly effective and intensive "boot camp" introductory immersions provide only short-term solutions  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03391625 fatcat:r4vowj35ezgbvedjn4xsppg4je

Supporting Caregivers in Pregnancy

Shilo Anders, Hannah Aaron, Gretchen Purcell Jackson, Laurie L. Novak
2018 Journal of Patient Experience  
The most common actions and roles included searching for information (97%), accompanying patients to medical appointments (69%), and being a source of emotional support (76%).  ...  In pregnancy, caregivers' (eg, the baby's father, friends, and family) roles in promoting the health of the mother and baby are not well understood.  ...  Finally, the authors would like to express profound gratitude to the patients and caregivers who participated in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2374373518785570 pmid:31218258 pmcid:PMC6558945 fatcat:wc2bsr325ngtfpl64dc5l5zu3m

Report of the 2019-2020 AACP Academic Affairs Committee: Developing the Pharmacist Workforce for Society's Medication Use Needs in 2030

Andrew S. Bzowyckyj Chair, Brian Crabtree, Kari Franson, Donald Klepser, Arinzechukwu Nkemdirim Okere, Therese Poirier, Adam Welch, Nidhi Gandhi, Kelly Ragucci
2020 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
The committee also categorized current mechanisms for professional workforce development, in addition to identifying their strengths and weaknesses, with the realization that novel approaches are needed  ...  Furthermore, the committee is proposing another policy statement supporting colleges and schools of pharmacy taking an active role in implementing innovative and novel approaches for the development of  ...  care professionals, patient advocacy groups, and health care consumers).  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe8203 pmid:33149340 pmcid:PMC7596602 fatcat:jhzhvmarrjev3h7eumarebroia

Development of a Vertically Integrated Trainee Program: Linking Future and Young Physicians

Jaron L. Pettis, Daelan T. Johnson, Joshua T. Bosak, Ian M. Brastauskas, Erika A. Jansen, Ryan McNutt, Rahul S. Raghavan, Sammy L. Huynh, Alvin Lee Day, Nancy Walborn, Donald J. DiPette
2019 Southern medical journal (Birmingham, Ala. Print)  
patient safety and health care quality.  ...  This article describes a study about medical students' attitudes toward clinical informatics (CI) training and careers.  ...  The students and health professionals involved felt that this was a valuable opportunity for medical schools to engage and learn about the roles and education of other professionals in the health care  ... 
doi:10.14423/smj.0000000000000952 fatcat:kkvxlv723jbulcrosehlvjob2i

Grand Challenges in Interfacing Engineering With Life Sciences and Medicine

Bin He, Richard Baird, Robert Butera, Aniruddha Datta, Steven George, Bruce Hecht, Alfred Hero, Gianluca Lazzi, Raphael C. Lee, Jie Liang, Michael Neuman, Grace C. Y. Peng (+6 others)
2013 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  
Despite tremendous efforts to develop the knowledge and ability that are essential in addressing biomedical and health problems using engineering methodologies, the optimization of this approach toward  ...  The authors would like to thank all of the invited speakers and meeting participants for their intellectual contributions to this effort, as summarized here.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This document was developed by a group of colleagues who participated in the First IEEE Life Sciences Grand Challenges Conference, held on October 4-5, 2012, at the National Academy of Sciences  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbme.2013.2244886 pmid:23380847 fatcat:74rlcmpxxvalnatmsoop2s3ia4

Abstracts from USCAP 2019: Education (506-536)

2019 Laboratory Investigation  
Two cases were presented, a patient with infiltrating ductal carcinoma and a patient with lung adenocarcinoma.  ...  Informatics teaching is not standardized in residency programs.  ...  Conclusions: We piloted a boot camp course for junior residents using a modular and multi-component format.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41374-019-0209-x fatcat:baurzb6rkrbljmnndisu4px2dm

Evaluation of student perceptions of introductory pharmacy practice experiences

Jaclyn A. Boyle, Zachary N. Jenkins, Thaddeus T. Franz, Charles W. Cather, Nicole K. Deitschmann, Nicole G. Harper, Alison Dittmer, Christy Hartline
2020 Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning  
Sixty-six students completed the pre- and post- surveys with matching, identifiable data for analysis.  ...  Students ages 18 and older who were enrolled at the participating institutions were eligible for inclusion in this study.  ...  The item construction of MCQs and utilization of case-based questions were evaluated using best practices for item construction.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cptl.2020.01.029 pmid:32482264 fatcat:rh5hkqp3gnfqhczgeghtt3zxvm
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