Filters








2,834 Hits in 7.4 sec

Towards a Directory of Rare Disease Specialists: Identifying Experts from Publication History

Zihan Wang, Michael Brudno, Orion J. Buske
2017 Machine Learning in Health Care  
Because of the diversity of rare diseases, finding a specialist that has experience with the particular rare disease is important.  ...  We compile a dataset of 209,110 disease-author associations from the literature and evaluate the performance of six machine learning methods, classifying known rare disease experts with 79.4% accuracy  ...  These results provides a proof-of-concept for predicting disease expertise from publication history, and demonstrate the feasibility of helping patients find relevant specialists without needing to manually  ... 
dblp:conf/mlhc/WangBB17 fatcat:dl6nckw7cba25ppfg2zzck7s64

Specialists should Also be Generalists: Discussion Paper

John W Todd
1987 Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine  
They need a kindly doctor who looks at them as people, not as conglomerations of organs in which organic disease must either be identified or excluded.  ...  As part of the process of taking a proper history from such people, they should be asked searching questions about their reasons for coming to this district and their means oftravel, their home address  ... 
doi:10.1177/014107688708000309 pmid:3572946 pmcid:PMC1290722 fatcat:cpf63iq7gjbvdlmhixpnet7v5e

The Emergence of Medical Specialization in the Nineteenth Century

George Weisz
2003 Bulletin of The History of Medicine  
It suggests that by the 1880s, specialization had become perceived as a necessity of medical science as a result of the realization of two preconditions: First, a new collective desire to expand medical  ...  This essay reexamines the nineteenth-century origins of medical specialization.  ...  the turn of the century, specialist identification in medical directories was rarely practiced.  ... 
doi:10.1353/bhm.2003.0150 fatcat:b4ouvjrxhfh4riwqotxpr4wduu

B1MG D3.7 - Documented best practices in sharing and linking phenotypic and genetic data - 1v0

Jeroen Belien, Catia Pinto, Maarten Ligtvoet, Milena Urbini, Pim Volkert, Wei Gu, Michela Tebaldi, Attila Patocs, K.Joeri van der Velde, Marielle E van Gijn, Jan O Korbel, Antonella Padella (+5 others)
2021 Zenodo  
This is the first version of documented best practices in sharing and linking phenotypic and genetic data.  ...  It identifies and describes best practices on sharing and linking phenotypic and genetic data in both the healthcare sector and in the research setting.  ...  People: domain specialist(s), datasteward(s), data specialist(s) (if data needs to be retrieved from a source system and transferred towards this BP, you need staff to support you in Extracting, Transferring  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5018520 fatcat:5riuzciexnbypgdvmeumdxvyim

Zoonoses and the Physicians' Role in Educating Farming Patients

Ann L. Kersting, Lydia C. Medeiros, Jeffrey T. LeJeune
2009 Journal of Agromedicine  
More than half of physicians surveyed indicated a collaborative relationship with a veterinary zoonotic disease specialist would be beneficial, which supports the findings of Grant and Olsen that doctors  ...  The health care provider survey was sent to Northeast Ohio physicians identified through Web-based hospital directories in July 2006.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10599240903058160 pmid:19657880 fatcat:zrbyrbbvxnh4ndimrkclnbo7i4

Perspectives on colorectal cancer screening: a focus group study

Vivek Goel, Ross Gray, Pam Chart, Marg Fitch, Fred Saibil, Yola Zdanowicz
2004 Health Expectations  
Objective To assess attitudes and acceptability of Ontario consumers and doctors towards colorectal screening with faecal occult blood testing (FOBT) and colonoscopy.  ...  Design, setting and participants Focus groups with gender-specific samples of the population, high-risk gastroenterology patients and family doctors.  ...  Acknowledgements Supported with funding from the Division of Preventive Oncology, Cancer Care Ontario. Dr Goel was supported in part by a National Health Scholar Award from Health Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1369-6513.2003.00252.x pmid:14982499 pmcid:PMC5060210 fatcat:rwhlvrldnfhljpvaaryr7xjpce

A new model for collaboration: building CDA documents in MDHT

Sondra Renly, Rita Altamore, Lisa Nelson, Anna Orlova, Kendall Patterson, Sarah Quaynor, Lori Reed-Fourquet, John Timm
2012 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
The Public Health Data Standards Consortium assembled a cross-disciplinary team to develop Public Health Case Report IGs for 15 reportable conditions using MDHT, with the goal of supporting state and local  ...  Clinical Document Architecture implementation guides (IGs) specify a standard format for electronic submission and are typically developed by a few standards specialists working in national committees  ...  Funding This project was supported by the CDC Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services.  ... 
pmid:23304350 pmcid:PMC3540557 fatcat:hhkcgizhanaylkh2qhmebiherq

"Little, if at all, Removed from the Illiterate Farrier or Cow-leech": The English Veterinary Surgeon, c.1860–1885, and the Campaign for Veterinary Reform

Abigail Woods, Stephen Matthews
2010 Medical history  
and governance are still fit for purpose. 1 Its transition from a male to a femaledominated profession; the growing importance of pet medicine; and the decline of agriculture and state veterinary medicine  ...  Long desirous of improving their status and income, yet forced to compete for patients within a society whose valuation of animals has shifted over time, their history has been punctuated by recurrent  ...  s Directory & Gazetteer of Cheshire, Nottingham, 1874, p. 194.) J Rowe, 'Professional advertising and "specialists"', Vet.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025727300004300 pmid:20046263 pmcid:PMC2793141 fatcat:wnrulf7sx5b2bennkk7fud3q6m

9th European Conference on Rare Diseases & Orphan Products (ECRD Vienna 2018)

2018 Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases  
of Diseases and identification of rare diseases.  ...  Correspondence: Verónica Alonso-Ferreira Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases 2018, 13(Suppl 2):P1 Background Rare diseases (RD) are still lacking of population-based data and epidemiological indicators.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was funded by public donations to Rare Disease UK, a campaign run by Genetic Alliance UK.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13023-018-0895-2 fatcat:igrrfshlyjd7jlmdf67xpxzr5m

Collecting medical books--challenges and opportunities in the eighties

W B Fye
1985 Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine  
Bibliographies of the History of Medicine The first half traces chronologically the development of the book trade and the publication of important medical books from the 15th to 19th centuries.  ...  number of specialist dealers.  ... 
pmid:3890999 pmcid:PMC1911839 fatcat:sakx52pc3zbynb7siiz7amakke

Red blood cell transfusion practices amongst Canadian anesthesiologists: a survey

Alexis F. Turgeon, Dean A. Fergusson, Steve Doucette, Madhu Priya Khanna, Alan Tinmouth, Ashique Aziz, Paul C. Hébert
2006 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
scenario, when a history of coronary artery disease was added as a patient characteristic.  ...  A history of coronary artery disease was associated with a transfusion threshold ≥ 100 g·L -1 in a significant proportion of respondents ranging from 20% in the orthopedic surgery scenario to 31% in the  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03022497 pmid:16575031 fatcat:jbqg7gwvxvbi5fld5rxg6vjy34

B1MG D3.7 - Documented best practices in sharing and linking phenotypic and genetic data - 1v0

Jeroen Belien, Catia Pinto, Maarten Ligtvoet, Milena Urbini, Pim Volkert, Wei Gu, Michela Tebaldi, Attila Patocs, K.Joeri van der Velde, Marielle E van Gijn, Jan O Korbel, Antonella Padella (+5 others)
2021 Zenodo  
This is the first version of documented best practices in sharing and linking phenotypic and genetic data.  ...  It identifies and describes best practices on sharing and linking phenotypic and genetic data in both the healthcare sector and in the research setting.  ...  People: domain specialist(s), datasteward(s), data specialist(s) (if data needs to be retrieved from a source system and transferred towards this BP, you need staff to support you in Extracting, Transferring  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4819148 fatcat:emq7g3lcinbxjcsqjokjw3ehpa

Strategies for controlling cancer through genetics

D M Parry, J J Mulvihill, R W Miller, K Berg, C L Carter
1987 Cancer Research  
Genetic Evaluation The evaluation of an individual with an unusual personal and/or family history of cancer by an expert in cancer genetics should include: (a) a review of the patient's family history  ...  to costs of identifying a significant population with different genetic risks for a variety of common and rare cancers has not been considered.  ...  Subscriptions Reprints and . pubs@aacr.org Department at To order reprints of this article or to subscribe to the journal, contact the AACR Publications Permissions Rightslink site.  ... 
pmid:3315192 fatcat:ms2tecgpbrhz7buzsjlkb47yke

Fits and Faints

S W D'Souza
1991 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
It has been argued that the number of publications is one way of distinguishing one candidate from another in a close field.  ...  As a history of loss of consciousness should not always lead to a diagnosis ofepilepsy Stephenson analyses various clinical conditions in childhood and describes a series of case histories drawn from personal  ... 
doi:10.1136/adc.66.7.909-a fatcat:ytrsn5rfwffjdew7ri3iyp7nna

Use of acetylsalicylic acid by physicians and in the community

J Mahon, K Steel, B G Feagan, A Laupacis, L L Pederson
1991 CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal  
Random sample surveys of physicians and the general public by mail and telephone respectively and a mail survey of a selected panel of expert cardiologists and neurologists.  ...  A total of 210 physicians (77% of eligible subjects), including family practitioners and most types of specialists, with an active medical licence and 666 English-speaking people (75% of eligible subjects  ...  We acknowledge the assistance of Volunteer Services, University Hospital, London, Ont., and the expert panel-  ... 
pmid:1751930 pmcid:PMC1335868 fatcat:ysdiy6ljknbpxocs7wn7a5do2u
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 2,834 results