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The Hospitalist Huddle: a 1-year experience of teaching Hospital Medicine utilizing the concept of peer teaching in medical education. The relatively new specialty of Hospital Medicine in the USA is one of the fastest growing fields in internal medicine. Academic hospitalists are largely involved in the medical education of postgraduate residents and medical students.

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Little is known about the effectiveness of peer-to-peer teaching in internal medicine residency training programs and how the medical residents perceive its educational value in learning Adult chat Pishak Abad Medicine.

The Hospitalist Huddle is a weekly educational activity newly established by our Hospitalist Division to facilitate the concept of peer-to-peer teaching. It requires medical residents to teach and educate their peers about the clinical topics related to Hospital Medicine. Faculty hospitalists serve as facilitators during the teaching sessions. A survey disseminated at the end of the first year of its implementation examined the residents' perception of the educational value of this new teaching activity. Most residents reported that they see the Huddle as a useful educational forum which may improve their skills in teachingcreate a better educational and learning environment during their inpatient rotation, and improve their understanding of Hospital Medicine.

Most residents also prefer that their peers, rather than faculty hospitalists, run the activity and do the teaching. The survey support the notion that teaching and learning with flat hierarchies can be an appealing educational method to medical residents to help them understand Hospital Medicine during their medical wards rotation. Some areas need to be improved and others need to be continued and emphasized in order to make this novel educational activity grow and flourish in terms of its educational value and residents' satisfaction.

Associations between teaching effectiveness scores and characteristics of presentations in hospital medicine continuing education. There is little research regarding characteristics of effective continuing medical education CME presentations in hospital medicine HM. Therefore, we sought to identify associations between validated CME teaching effectiveness scores and characteristics of CME presentations in the field of HM. This was a cross-sectional study of participants and didactic presentations from a national HM CME course in Our findings, which support research in other fields, indicate that CME presentations may be improved by increasing interactivity through the use of audience response systems and allowing longer presentations.

Medicine utilization review at a university teaching hospital in New Delhi. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available Objective: A prospective medicine usage evaluation based on prescription monitoring was conducted in the medicine OPD of our university teaching hospital to know prescribing trends of different of medicines. Materials and Methods: A total of patients were included in the study comprising of : A total of medicines were prescribed to patients during the 3 months study period. The mean of medicines per prescription were found to be 3. Medicines were most frequently prescribed as solid dosage forms Oral route Combination therapy The most prescribed individual medicines among various therapeutic classes included isoniazid antimicrobial, amlodipine cardiovascular, metformin hypoglycemic, cetirizine antiallergic, rabeprazole GI medicineAdult chat Pishak Abad hypolipidemic, dextromethorphan respiratory medicinealprazolam sedative-hypnotic, paracetamol analgesic.

Conclusions: There is a considerable scope of improvement in the existing prescribing practice, especially prescribing by generic names, needs to be encouraged and a hospital formulary has to be developed for the purpose. The of medicines to be included per prescription should be judged rationally and polypharmacy ought to be curbed. Use of antimicrobial also needs to be rationalized as over. The de of diagnostic imaging and nuclear medicine facilities in a major new teaching hospital.

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The teaching of nuclear medicine. Having first recalled the need of a specialized teaching in the field of nuclear medicinethe authors describe the training programmes now available in this sector for doctors, chemists and hospital -attendants [fr. Teaching emergency medicine with workshops improved medical student satisfaction in emergency medicine education. Each method has advantages and disadvantages in different situations. Emergency Medicine EM focuses on emergency medical conditions and deals with several emergency procedures. This study aimed to compare traditional teaching methods with teaching methods involving workshops in the EM setting for medical students.

Methods: Fifth year medical students academic year of at Ramathibodi HospitalFaculty of MedicineMahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand participated in the study. Half of students received traditional teachingincluding lectures and bedside teachingwhile the other half received traditional teaching plus three workshops, namely, airway workshop, trauma workshop, and emergency medical services workshop.

Student evaluations at the end of the clerkship were recorded. The evaluation form included overall satisfaction, satisfaction in overall teaching methods, and satisfaction in each teaching method. : During the academic yearthere were students who attended the EM rotation.

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Of those, 77 students The average satisfaction score in teaching method of the new EM curriculum group was higher than the traditional EM curriculum group 4. To answer the question Adult chat Pishak Abad, two working groups, one made of the staff of a University clinic, the other one composed of practising general internists, have discussed the assets and weaknesses of a University service of Internal Medicine for postgraduate training.

The groups agreed on a of points: patients' characteristics complexity and co-morbiditiesquality of teachingmethod acquisition for clinical reasoning, as well as absence of exposure to ambulatory patients and of follow-up. The groups differed in their views related to the lack of training in psychiatry and psychosocial problems or to hospital dysfunctions.

Opening of internal medicine to primary care appears to be necessary at the same time as individual qualities among the senior staff are to be developed, such as critical analysis and self-questioning. Full Text Available Aim To monitor the adverse drug reactions ADRs caused by antihypertensive medicines prescribed in a university teaching hospital. :A total of 21 adverse drug reactions were observed in hypertensive patients.

Combination therapy was associated with more of adverse drug reactions Adverse drug reactions associated with central nervous system were found to be the most frequent Conclusions:The present pharmacovigilance study represents the adverse drug reaction profile of the antihypertensive medicines prescribed in our university teaching hospital.

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The above findings would be useful for physicians in rational prescribing. Calcium channel blockers were found to be the most frequently associated drugs with adverse drug reactions. Hospital pharmacy services in teaching hospitals in Nepal: Challenges and the way forward. Full Text Available In Nepal, a developing country in South Asia, hospital pharmacies in teaching hospitals faces a of challenges.

De and location of the pharmacy is inadequate, the pharmacy is often rented out to private parties, there may be a lack of separation of outpatient and inpatient pharmacy services, medicines are not selected based on objective criteria, too many brands are stocked, pharmaceutical care services are not provided, and pharmaceutical promotion is not regulated within the hospital premises.

Furthermore, there is often a lack of pharmacy management software to help dispensing, continuing pharmacy education is not provided, medicines are not compounded or packaged in house, there Adult chat Pishak Abad problems with medicines availability and medicine quality, and drug utilization studies are not linked with initiatives to promote the rational use of medicines. In this article, the authors examine these challenges and put forward possible solutions. Organization WHO The global scale and impact of irrational use of medicines Establishment of research-oriented hospital : an important way for translational medicine development in China.

Full Text Available Globally, one of the major trends is the development of translational medicine. The traditional hospital structure could not meet the demands of translational medicine development any longer and to explore a novel hospital structure is imperative.

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Following the times, China proposed and implemented a development strategy for a first-class modern research-oriented hospital. To establish a research-oriented hospital has become an important strategy to guide the scientific development of high-quality medical institutions and to advance translational medicine development.

Adult chat Pishak Abad facilitate translational medicine by developing research-oriented hospitalthe Chinese Research Hospital Association CRHA has been established, which provides service of medicinetalents cultivation, scientific research and clinical teaching and covers areas of theoretical research, academic exchange, translational medicinetalents training and practice guiding. On the whole, research-oriented hospital facilitated translational medicine by developing interdisciplinary platform, training core competencies in clinical and translational research, providing financial support of translational research, and hosting journals on translational medicineetc.

Nigerian Journal of Medicine Transfusion practice in anemic, non-bleeding patients: Cross-sectional survey of physicians working in general internal medicine teaching hospitals in Switzerland. Transfusion practice might ificantly influence patient morbidity and mortality. Between European countries, transfusion practice of red blood cells RBC greatly differs. Only sparse data are available on transfusion practice of general internal medicine physicians in Switzerland. In this cross-sectional survey, physicians working in general medicine teaching hospitals in Switzerland were investigated regarding their self-reported transfusion practice in anemic patients without acute bleeding.

The definition of anemia, transfusion triggers, knowledge on RBC transfusion, and implementation of guidelines were assessed.

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Identifying and subsequently correcting this deficit in knowledge translation may have a ificant impact on patient care. Clinician educators face numerous obstacles to their t mission of facilitating high-quality learning while also delivering patient-centered care. Such challenges necessitate increased attention to the work of exemplary clinician educators, their respective teaching approaches, and the experiences of their learners.

To describe techniques and behaviors utilized by clinician educators to facilitate excellent teaching during inpatient general medicine rounds. An exploratory qualitative study of inpatient teaching conducted from to Inpatient general medicine wards in 11 US hospitalsincluding university-affiliated hospitals and Veterans Affairs medical centers. Participants included 12 exemplary clinician educators, 57 of their current learners, and 26 of their former learners.

In-depth, semi-structured interviews of exemplary clinician educators, focus group discussions with their current and former learners, and direct observations of clinical teaching during inpatient rounds. Interview data, focus group data, and observational field notes Adult chat Pishak Abad coded and categorized into broad, overlapping themes. Each theme elucidated a series of actions, behaviors, and approaches that exemplary clinician educators consistently demonstrated during inpatient rounds: 1 they fostered positive relationships with all team members by building rapport, which in turn created a safe learning environment; 2 they facilitated patient-centered teaching points, modeled excellent clinical exam and communication techniques, and treated patients as partners in their care; and 3 they engaged in coaching and collaboration through facilitation of discussion, effective questioning strategies, and differentiation of learning among team members with varied experience levels.

This study identified consistent techniques and behaviors of excellent teaching during inpatient general medicine rounds. There are different teaching methods; such as traditional lectures, bedside teachingand workshops for clinical medical clerkships.

Fifth year medical students academic year of at Ramathibodi HospitalFaculty of MedicineMahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand participated in the study. During the academic yearthere were students who attended the EM rotation. The mean standard deviation satisfaction scores of those three teaching methods were 4. Teaching EM with workshops improved student satisfaction in EM education for medical students.

Hospital medicine HM is rapidly evolving into new clinical and nonclinical roles. Traditional internal medicine IM residency training likely does not optimally prepare residents for success in HM. Hospital medicine residency training tracks may offer a preferred method for specialized HM education. Internet searches and professional networks were used to identify HM training tracks. Information was gathered from program websites and discussions with track directors.

The 11 HM tracks at academic medical centers across the United States focus Adult chat Pishak Abad on senior residents. Track structure and curricular content are determined Adult chat Pishak Abad by the structure and curricula of the IM residency programs in which they exist. Almost all tracks feature experiential quality improvement projects. Content on healthcare economics and value is common, and numerous track leaders report this content is expanding from HM tracks into entire residency programs. Tracks also provide opportunities for scholarship and professional development, such as workshops on abstract creation and job procurement skills.

Almost all tracks include HM preceptorships as well as rotations within various disciplines of HM. HM residency training tracks focus largely on quality improvement, health care economics, and professional development. The structures and curricula of these tracks are tightly linked to opportunities within IM residency programs.

As HM continues to evolve, these tracks likely will expand to bridge clinical and extra-clinical gaps between traditional IM training and contemporary HM practice. Journal of Hospital Medicine ; The hospital educational environment and performance of residents in the General Medicine In-Training Examination: a multicenter study in Japan.

Objective: We aimed to investigate the association between the hospital educational environment and the performance of the medical knowledge base among resident physicians in Japanese teaching hospitals. The items of the exam were developed based on the outcomes deated by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare. A mixed-effects linear regression model was employed for the analysis of variables associated with a higher score.

: Twenty-one teaching hospitals participated in the study and a total of residents 67 women participated and. Are medical students accepted by patients in teaching hospitals? Full Text Available Background: Worldwide, patients are the cornerstone of bedside teaching of medical students. Methods: Ninehundred and ninety five patients were approached in 14 teaching hospitals ; patients agreed to participate refusal rate is 6. A self-administered questionnaire was used to collect data.

: In general, higher acceptance of students by patients was found when there is no direct contact between the patient and the student e. Gender of patients especially females and students appeared to affect the degree of acceptance of medical students by patients. Majority of the patients ; Conclusion: Patients are an important factor of bedside teaching. Clinical tutors must take advantage of patients who accept medical students. Clinical tutors and medical students should master essential communication skills to convince patients in accepting students, thus improving bedside teaching.

Also, using simulation and standardization should be considered to address scenarios that most patients are unwilling to allow students to participate. Point prevalence of hospital -acquired infections in two teaching hospitals of Amhara region in Ethiopia. In Ethiopia, there is no comprehensive research that presents the whole picture of HAIs in hospitals. The objective of this study was to examine the nature and extent of HAIs in Ethiopia. Methods: A repeated cross-sectional study was conducted in two teaching hospitals.

All eligible inpatients admitted for at least 48 hours on the day of the survey were included.

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