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Colleen S Lynch, Ania Wajnberg, Ramiro Jervis, Maria Basso-Lipani, Susan Bernstein, Claudia Colgan, Theresa Soriano, Alex D Federman, Sunil Kripalani
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July 2016: Journal of General Internal Medicine
Kristofer L Smith, Sarah Ashburn, Erin Rule, Ramiro Jervis
BACKGROUND: Quality improvement (QI) initiatives reduce medical errors and are an important aspect of resident physician training. Many institutions have limited funding and few QI experts, making it essential to develop effective programs that require only modest resources. We describe a resident-led, hospitalist-facilitated limited root cause analysis (RCA) QI program developed to meet training needs and institutional constraints. METHODS: We initiated a monthly quality improvement conference (QIC) at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, New York...
February 2012: Journal of Hospital Medicine: An Official Publication of the Society of Hospital Medicine
Alan Briones, Brian Markoff, Navneet Kathuria, Andy Jagoda, Kevin Baumlin, Scot Hill, Lawrence Mumm, Ramiro Jervis, Andrew Dunn
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July 2010: Journal of Hospital Medicine: An Official Publication of the Society of Hospital Medicine
Ramiro Jervis, Thomas McGinn
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October 2008: Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, New York
Thomas McGinn, Ramiro Jervis, Juan Wisnivesky, Sheri Keitz, Peter C Wyer
BACKGROUND: Clinical prediction rules (CPR) are tools that clinicians can use to predict the most likely diagnosis, prognosis, or response to treatment in a patient based on individual characteristics. CPRs attempt to standardize, simplify, and increase the accuracy of clinicians' diagnostic and prognostic assessments. The teaching tips series is designed to give teachers advice and materials they can use to attain specific educational objectives. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: In this article, we present 3 teaching tips aimed at helping clinical learners use clinical prediction rules and to more accurately assess pretest probability in every day practice...
August 2008: Journal of General Internal Medicine
B Joy Snider, Joanne Norton, Mary A Coats, Sumi Chakraverty, Craig E Hou, Ramiro Jervis, Corinne L Lendon, Alison M Goate, Daniel W McKeel, John C Morris
BACKGROUND: Cases of early-onset Alzheimer disease (AD) with an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern (familial AD [FAD]) are rare but have greatly advanced our understanding of the molecular pathogenesis of AD. We describe herein a kindred with very early-onset FAD (age, <40 years) with unusual pathological features and a novel mutation in the presenilin 1 (PSEN1) gene (S170F) and review the existing literature on very early-onset FAD. OBJECTIVE: To analyze the neuropathological and genetic features of a family with onset of AD in the third decade of life...
December 2005: Archives of Neurology
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