Education

The form and manner in which health professionals are educated and trained to develop the necessary competencies to serve the needs of the population.

Voices in Evidence-Based Newborn Care: A How-to-Guide on Developing a Parent-Facing Podcast

Raina Merchant
Dec. 20, 2019

Joanna Parga-Belinkie, Raina M. Merchant

Abstract [from journal]

Podcasting is becoming a more popular form of media. Its use in medical education is being researched-but what about its use in public education? In this tutorial, the authors offer a how-to-guide on starting a public or patient-facing podcast. The authors hope to inspire more physicians to utilize this type of media to share evidence-based information. More research is needed looking into how podcasting can be used to help with patient education.

Public Libraries as Partners in Confronting the Overdose Crisis: A Qualitative Analysis

Dec. 18, 2019

Margaret Lowenstein, Rachel Feuersteun-Simon, Risha Sheni, Roxanne Dupuis, Eliza Whiteman Kinsey, Xochitl Luna Marti, Carolyn Cannuscio

Abstract [from journal]

Background: The overdose crisis is affecting public libraries. In a 2017 survey of public librarians, half reported providing patrons support regarding substance use and mental health in the previous month, and 12% reported on-site drug overdose at their library in the previous year. Given the magnitude of the overdose crisis and the fact that public libraries host 1.4 billion visits annually, our aim was to understand how libraries currently assist with substance use and overdose and how they can further address these

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#Shemergency: Use of a Professional Development Group to Promote Female Resident Recruitment and Retention

Aug. 27, 2019

Utsha Khatri, Jennifer Love, Amy Zeidan, Cindy Hsu, Angela Mills

Abstract [from journal]

Problem: Gender inequity in academic medicine is a pervasive challenge. Recommendations have been implemented to reduce inequities for female faculty. However, there are no well-established guidelines for the recruitment and retention of female residents.

Approach: To address challenges faced by female physicians and support the recruitment and retention of female residents, female emergency medicine residents and attending

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Perspectives on State Vaccine Education Mandate Policy and Implementation among Public Health Department Officials: A Qualitative Study

Kristen Feemster, MD, MPH, MSHP
Aug. 19, 2019

Holden Caplan, Tuhina Srivastava, Kristen A. Feemster

Abstract [from journal]

In response to the increase in non-medical vaccine exemptions (NME), many states have adopted education mandates (EM), required vaccine education for parents requesting NMEs for their school-age children, but these EMs vary greatly in implementation. In order to learn about the administrative aspects of each state's EM, we interviewed fourteen health department officials from nine states with EMs. Interviews were conducted over the phone, transcribed by a professional transcription service, and double-coded using NVivo 12 by two members of the study

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Pediatric Emergency Department and Primary Care Provider Attitudes on Assessing Childhood Adversity

Jul. 4, 2019

Samantha Schilling, Ashlee Murray, Cynthia J. Mollen, Tara Wedin, Joel A. Fein, Philip V. Scribano 

Abstract [from journal]

Objective: The purpose of this study was to understand pediatric emergency department (ED) and primary care (PC) health care provider attitudes and beliefs regarding the intersection between childhood adversities and health care.

Methods: We conducted in-depth, semistructured interviews in 2 settings (ED and PC) within an urban health care system. Purposive sampling was used to balance the sample among 3 health care provider roles. Interview questions were based on a modified health beliefs model exploring the "...

Do Student Characteristics Affect Teachers' Decisions to Use 1:1 Instruction?

Jul. 1, 2019

Heather J. Nuske, Melanie Pellecchia, Viktor Lushin, Keiran Rump, Max Seidman, Rachel R. Ouellette, Diana Cooney, Brenna B. Maddox, Gwendolyn M. Lawson, Amber Song, Erica M. Reisinger, David S. Mandell

Abstract [from journal]

One-to-one instruction is a critical component of evidence-based instruction for students with autism spectrum disorder, but is not used as often as recommended. Student characteristics may affect teachers' decisions to select a treatment and/or implement it. This study examined the associations between students' clinical and demographic characteristics and teachers' reported use of discrete trial training (DTT) and pivotal response training (PRT). Children's higher sensory symptoms, lower social approach, lower verbal skills and higher self-

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