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A methodology for evaluating organizational change in community-based chronic disease interventions

Krista D Hanni, Elsa Mendoza, John Snider, Marilyn A Winkleby
2007 Preventing Chronic Disease  
These site-specific surveys will evaluate changes in organizational practices, policies, or both following the socioecological model, specifically the Spectrum of Prevention.  ...  the greatest financial need, and identify potentially successful community approaches; and 2) provide data for evaluating intermediate outcomes matched to national long-term outcomes so that policy and organizational  ...  Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as part of its Steps to a HealthierUS program. John Snider and Marilyn Winkleby are coprincipal investigators.  ... 
pmid:17875249 pmcid:PMC2099270 fatcat:kn27xp537nfydlhwtarxmgxev4

Organizational Attributes of Practices Successful at a Disease Management Program

Michelle M. Cloutier, Dorothy B. Wakefield, John Tsimikas, Charles B. Hall, Howard Tennen, Kevin Brazil
2009 Journal of Pediatrics  
Conclusions-Three organizational characteristics predicted two quality asthma measures -use of a disease management program and creation of a written asthma treatment plan.  ...  Objective-To assess the contribution of organizational factors to implementation of three asthma quality measures: enrollment in a disease management program, development of a written treatment plan and  ...  Asthma is a chronic disease and chronic disease management requires a team effort within a practice as well as systems and processes for managing chronic disease (12) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jpeds.2008.08.014 pmid:18835488 pmcid:PMC2650499 fatcat:ak3ui7q2s5eqhpf2jj23cldfk4

Mapping the future: Organizational, clinical, and research priorities in venous disease

Mark H. Meissner, Bo Eklof, Peter Gloviczki, Joann M. Lohr, Fedor Lurie, Robert Kistner, Gregory Moneta, Thomas W. Wakefield
2007 Journal of Vascular Surgery  
ADVANCING THE ART AND SCIENCE OF VENOUS DISEASE Organizational initiatives The American Venous Forum (AVF), with a few exceptions, is largely composed of vascular surgeons.  ...  From an organizational standpoint a network of physicians interested in clinical protocols and basic research is also needed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvs.2007.08.049 pmid:18068564 fatcat:np46w4gaordvbofoxvqw2fswba

Organizational justice and illness reporting among Japanese employees with chronic diseases

Hisashi Eguchi, Akizumi Tsutsumi, Akiomi Inoue, Yuko Kachi, Adrian Loerbroks
2019 PLoS ONE  
employees with chronic diseases.  ...  This study examined the association between perceived organizational justice (i.e., procedural justice and interactional justice) and reporting of illness to one's company (illness reporting) among Japanese  ...  Different levels of perceived organizational justice may be expected between workers with and without chronic diseases, because the presence of chronic diseases may impact employees' perceptions of workplace  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0223595 pmid:31634347 pmcid:PMC6802873 fatcat:p6spigl2xjeojfto3hw4mke5va

Chronic kidney disease and SARS-CoV-2 outbreak: Lazio region organizational model

Sara Dominijanni, Monica Foniciello, Paola Tatangelo, V Angeloni, Francesco Londrino, Nicola Di Daniele, Giuseppe Grandaliano, Massimo Morosetti, Roberto Palumbo
2020 Clinical Kidney Journal  
This system follows the hub and spokes model, with nine coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) hospital hubs [1] .  ...  Peripheral centres without the possibility of isolation, and without an infectious disease and/or an intensive care unit, should send patients with suspected/confirmed COVID-19 to a reference hospital.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ckj/sfaa097 pmid:32695332 pmcid:PMC7337705 fatcat:t2u2le65xzcwtdbqwzs677ptsq


2018 Kuban Scientific Medical Bulletin  
Increasing of efficacy of special medical care to patients with inflammatory intestinal diseases by means of the new organizational approaches to diagnostics and treatment.Materials and methods.  ...  An analysis of treatment of 79 patients with inflammatory intestinal diseases in City clinical hospital Nr 2, Krasnodar from 2010 to 2012 and Regional clinical hospital Nr 2 Ministry of Health care of  ...  different kinds of surgery were carried out. 34 operations were performed on patients with ulcerative colitis (12 urgent ones and 22 elective ones), 22 operations were performed on patients with Crohn's disease  ... 
doi:10.25207/1608-6228-2018-25-3-56-60 fatcat:qel6hifktfditoyifahh6mzxdq

Cardiovascular disease prevention in Ghana: feasibility of a faith-based organizational approach

Patricia Karen Abanilla, Keng-Yen Huang, Daniel Shinners, Andrea Levy, Kojo Ayernor, Ama de-Graft Aikins, Olugbenga Ogedegbe
2011 Bulletin of the World Health Organization  
Research Cardiovascular disease prevention in Ghana Patricia Karen A Abanilla et al.  ...  Heart disease in your family will increase your risk of heart disease 50 55 CVD symptoms 24. Shortness of breath may be a sign of heart disease 70 73 25.  ...  High cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease 86 91 21. Diabetes is a risk factor for heart disease 67 64 23.  ... 
doi:10.2471/blt.11.086777 pmid:21897485 pmcid:PMC3165978 fatcat:s6pxdpus2ffojim6h4mhqkzaha


Danute Simkute, Ausra Kazlauskiene
2019 International Journal of Social Sciences  
By applying the survey and in-depth interview methods, the research presents manifestation of organizational factors in healthcare organizations implementing disease prevention programs.  ...  Organizational factors are treated as one of key factors impacting personnel engagement.  ...  Organizational factors are considered in various research studies in different ways.  ... 
doi:10.20472/ss2019.8.1.005 fatcat:ojcvzxaiufcshhehjggssekzt4

Managing Chronic Disease in Ontario Primary Care: The Impact of Organizational Factors

G. M. Russell, S. Dahrouge, W. Hogg, R. Geneau, L. Muldoon, M. Tuna
2009 Annals of Family Medicine  
Multiple linear regression identifi ed those organizational factors independently associated with chronic disease management. RESULTS Chronic disease management was superior in CHCs.  ...  This study (1) assessed whether chronic disease management differed among 4 models of primary health care delivery and (2) identifi ed which practice organizational factors were independently associated  ...  Organizational Factors Organizational factors (clinician and practice characteristics) associated with performance of chronic disease management were identifi ed by applying multiple linear regression  ... 
doi:10.1370/afm.982 pmid:19597168 pmcid:PMC2713154 fatcat:cfuvrundu5egbjsugwwal6sd7i

Organizational and technological algorithm of primary specialized health care at cardiovascular diseases

A Yu Abramov, R S Goloshchapov-Aksenov, D I Kicha, O V Rukodayny
2020 Kazanskij Medicinskij Žurnal  
An organizational and technological algorithm was developed to improve the primary specialized cardiovascular care.  ...  An organizational and technological algorithm of primary specialized cardiovascular care has been developed, including the activities of the cardiovascular surgeon, who has the skills of endovascular care  ...  Organizational and technological algorithm of primary specialized health care at cardiovascular diseases. Kazan medical journal. 2020; 101 (3): 394-402.  ... 
doi:10.17816/kmj2020-394 fatcat:lzbqtztjjjhrba3uxosfr4jke4

Organizational aspects of rehabilitative care for patients with traumatic disease of the spinal cord

Z. R. Khaibullina
2010 Bûlleten' Sibirskoj Mediciny  
Proposed organizational aspects of rehabilitative care for patients with traumatic disease of the spinal cord. Aim was to study the organization providing rehabilitation of spinal patients.  ... 
doi:10.20538/1682-0363-2010-3-147-149 fatcat:edatnkhgnbfavp65c2grjc65aq

Organizational aspects of pulmonary rehabilitation in chronic respiratory diseases

Martijn A. Spruit, Emiel F.M. Wouters
2019 Respirology (Carlton South. Print)  
Adult patients with chronic respiratory diseases may suffer from multiple physical (pulmonary and extra-pulmonary), emotional and social features which necessitate a comprehensive, interdisciplinary rehabilitation  ...  Future projects should strive for a standard set of assessment measures to identify patients eligible for pulmonary rehabilitation, taking disease complexity into consideration, which should result in  ...  to patients and society is high. 2 In this review ,we share our views on some of the organizational aspects of a pulmonary rehabilitation programme, including its setting.  ... 
doi:10.1111/resp.13512 pmid:30810256 pmcid:PMC6849848 fatcat:vivdkdjemrc23jte52pdng7xm4

Ex Ante Knowledge for Infectious Disease Outbreaks: Introducing the Organizational Network Governance Approach [chapter]

Jörg Raab, Patrick Kenis, Marleen Kraaij-Dirkzwager, Aura Timen
2020 Knowledge and the Economy  
AbstractIn our paper we investigate to what extent ex ante knowledge about a response network can be made available in order to deal with a crisis such as an infectious disease outbreak.  ...  We formulate recommendations how to use the generated information to strengthen the organizational context in order to limit a virus's transmission and impact and how to further develop the organizational  ...  We label it the organizational network governance approach, which we build on three main arguments: First, the response to infectious disease outbreaks can best be conceptualized as an organizational network  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-47150-7_14 fatcat:wx5txk75cffqbmzsv3npa4xt5m

Organizational Readiness to Implement the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program in Dialysis Facilities

Tiffany Washington, Tandrea Hilliard, Chivon Mingo, Rasheeda Hall, Matthew Smith, Janice Lea
2018 Geriatrics  
The objective of this study was to assess organizational readiness to implement the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program in dialysis facilities.  ...  One reason for this gap is lack of attention to organizational readiness.  ...  setting activities to improve confidence for disease self-management.  ... 
doi:10.3390/geriatrics3020031 pmid:31011069 pmcid:PMC6319202 fatcat:sztjema7ujalholimxq3lb73wq

Advancing Health Equity through Organizational Mentoring Policies at Minority-Serving Institutions

Japera Johnson Hemming, Adriana Baez, Meldra Hall, Winston Thompson, Jonathan Stiles, Elizabeth Ofili
2019 Ethnicity & Disease  
In this commentary, we describe the policy workshop and review survey data from six MSIs to assess the current state of organizational policies and activities that advance research mentoring.Participants  ...  Ethnicity & Disease, Volume 29, Supplement 2, 2019  ...  The mentoring has been delegated to Organizational Mentoring Policies -Johnson Hemming et al ity and collaboration can overcome those challenges.  ... 
doi:10.18865/ed.29.s2.371 pmid:31308608 pmcid:PMC6604773 fatcat:edv5cgulwnhflbzrydanyx4aii
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