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Health Occupations (25)
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Articles on Health Occupations
Addressing the ethical, policy, and social challenges of preclinical Alzheimer disease.
Research suggests that Alzheimer disease (AD) pathophysiology begins prior to the clinical expression of the disease and that biomarker measures may provide direct evidence of this process. As a result, it may be possible to uncouple the diagnosis of AD from the clinical expression o...
[From anthropocentrism to ecocentrism: educating for ecological care in health].
We concluded that rejecting anthropocentrism is not enough for the survival of all forms of life in the planet. This survival demands educating for ecocentrism and for systemic-functional interactivity and adaptability. We must go beyond speeches and world conferences and redo the web of interdepend...
Risking safety or safely risking? Healthcare professionals' understanding of risk-taking in everyday work.
We interviewed understand risk as something intrinsic to healthcare; another variable one needs to prepare for. Risks were generally described in terms of acceptable versus unacceptable and avoidable versus unavoidable. In terms of identifying and dealing with risk, we found indications that the dec...
[Epidemiology and prevention of hepatitis A and B in developing countries].
Viral hepatitis A and B are serious public health problems all over the world. Effective prophylactic measures and improvement in the hygienic and sanitary conditions have considerably modified the diseases trend, characterized by high prevalence levels in developing countries. In th...
A new concept of unsupervised learning: directed self-guided learning in the health professions.
The authors propose that future research should ask questions that focus on our understanding of trainees' natural propensities while learning in the unsupervised context and on exploring conditions that will maximize the educational benefit of self-guided learning....
[Analysis of the report on the commom health sciences training requirements].
The Institute of Medicine's Redesigning Continuing Education in the Health Professions.
Redesigning Continuing Education in the Health Professions was published in the spring by the Institute of Medicine. The authors, an ad hoc committee, identified current issues in continuing education for health professionals. This column briefly summarizes major topics addressed in the report. Copy...
Service user and carer involvement in learning and teaching: A faculty of health staff perspective
As part of a larger evaluation study, 20 members of staff in a Faculty of Health were interviewed about the impact of service user and carer involvement on learning and teaching. A qualitative approach was adopted and semi-structured interviews were used to explore current levels of involvement, bar...
Changing the future of health professions: embedding interprofessional education within an academic health center.
Institutions are increasingly considering interprofessional education (IPE) as a means to improve health care and reduce medical errors in the United States. Effective implementation of IPE within health professions education requires a strategic institutional approach to ensure longevity and sustai...
Health professional perspective on disability in head and neck cancer.
The ICF seems to be a comprehensive tool for classifying problems after HNC from the multidisciplinary health professional perspective. There are important differences between the health professional and patient perspectives. We should be aware of this during cancer follow-up sessions and in the cre...