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- Tags: Quality of Health Care
Making fun of patients: medical students' perceptions and use of derogatory and cynical humor in clinical settings.
Tags: *Attitude of Health Personnel, *Attitude to Health, *Physician-Patient Relations, *Social Perception, *Wit and Humor as Topic, 2006, Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Adult, Aultman Julie M, College of Graduate Studies, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Female, Focus Groups, Humans, Interviews as Topic, Male, Medical, Medical/*psychology, Mentally Ill Persons, Morbid, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Obesity, Ohio, Quality of Health Care, Sociology, Stereotyping, Students, Varley Joseph D, Wear Delese, Zarconi Joseph
Tags: *Public Health Administration, 2014, Academic Medical Centers, Accreditation, Education, Epidemiological Research, Erwin Paul Campbell, Experiential Learning, Government Agencies – Classification, Humans, Interinstitutional Relations, Interinstitutional Relations – Trends, Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP, Keck C William, Local Government, Medical, Outcomes (Health Care), Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Preventive Health Care – Education, Professional development, Public Health – Education, Public Health Administration, Public Health Professional/methods/*organization & administration, Public Health/*organization & administration, Quality of Health Care, Schools, State Government, Teaching, United States, Universities/organization & administration
Tags: *Artifacts, 2009, Barr Richard G, Berg Wendie, Breast Diseases – Classification, Breast Diseases – Diagnosis, Continuing (Credit), Education, Equipment and Supplies, Female, Funding Source, Graham Ruffin, Grajo Joseph R, Human, Humans, Image Enhancement/*methods, Mammary/*methods, Middle Aged, Observer Variation, Quality of Health Care, Reproducibility of Results, Rim Alice, Sensitivity and Specificity, Ultrasonography, Ultrasonography – Methods, Ultrasound quarterly
Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging-Incremental Value in a Series of 361 Patients Demonstrating Cost Savings and Clinical Benefits: An Outcome-Based Study.
Tags: 2017, Biederman Robert Ww, Cardiac-Gated Imaging Techniques, Cardiovascular Diseases – Diagnosis, Clinical Effectiveness, clinical impact, Clinical Medicine Insights. Cardiology, Cost Benefit Analysis, Cost Savings, Department of Internal Medicine, Descriptive Statistics, Health Care Costs – Evaluation, Hegde Vinayak A, Human, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Magnetic Resonance Imaging – Evaluation, Mikolich J Ronald, NEOMED College of Medicine, Outcome Assessment, Patients, Quality of Health Care, Retrospective Design
Tags: *Outcome and Process Assessment (Health Care), *Resuscitation, *Trauma Centers, 2001, Adult, Emergency Service, Hospital, Hospital/*statistics & numerical data, Humans, Medical Staff, Personnel Staffing and Scheduling, Porter J M, Quality of Health Care, Retrospective Studies, Survival Rate, The American surgeon, Time Factors, Ursic C, Workforce, Wounds and Injuries/mortality/therapy
Tags: 2013, Child, Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medicine, Geis Gary L, Government Agencies, Medical Practice, Multidisciplinary Care Team, Patterson Mary D, Pediatrics, Professional Competence – Evaluation, Quality of Health Care, Safety, Simulations, Skill Acquisition – Evaluation, Specialization, Teamwork, Transportation of Patients – Methods
Prioritization of Pediatric Palliative Care Field-Advancement Activities in the United States: Results of a National Survey.
Tags: 2021, Akron Children's Hospital, Baker JN, Bowman BA, Curriculum, Department of Pediatrics, Faerber JA, February 2021 List, Feudtner Chris, Financing, Friebert S, funding, Journal of pain and symptom management, journalArticle, Kobler K, NEOMED College of Medicine, Palliative Care, Pediatric, Quality of Health Care, Rosenberg AR, Wolfe J