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A Thiem, M Bagheri, C Große-Siestrup, R Zehbe
A gelatin-poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid), PLGA, composite scaffold, featuring a highly oriented pore channel structure, was developed as a template for articular cartilage regeneration. As a design principle the composite scaffold was optimized to contain only medical grade educts and accordingly no chemical cross linking agents or other toxicological relevant substances or methods were used. Scaffolds were synthesized using a freeze structuring method combined with an electrochemical process followed by freeze-drying...
May 2016: Materials Science & Engineering. C, Materials for Biological Applications
Laxmaiah Manchikanti
In a recent press release Joseph A. Califano, Jr., Chairman and President of the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University called for a major shift in American attitudes about substance abuse and addiction and a top to bottom overhaul in the nation's healthcare, criminal justice, social service, and eduction systems to curtail the rise in illegal drug use and other substance abuse. Califano, in 2005, also noted that while America has been congratulating itself on curbing increases in alcohol and illicit drug use and in the decline in teen smoking, abuse and addition of controlled prescription drugs-opioids, central nervous system depressants and stimulants-have been stealthily, but sharply rising...
May 2007: Pain Physician
Ebtisam M Fetohy
The aim of this study was to identify pregnant women practices and to assess the impact of simple health education program on knowledge attitudes, subjective norms and intentions to antenatal care of pregnant women The randomized post-test only control group design was used among 200 pregnant women attending Maternal and Child Health (MCH) centers. One hundred women represented the intervention group who received a simple health eduction program and another 100 women constituted the control group. The study demonstated that nearly the intervention and control group women were equal in sociodemographic characteristics as there was no statistically significant difference in any item studied...
2004: Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Association
A M Stochik, S N Zatravkin, S A Sarkisov
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 2005: Problemy Sot︠s︡ialʹnoĭ Gigieny, Zdravookhranenii︠a︡ i Istorii Medit︠s︡iny
Ilene B Harris, Deborah Simpson
In this article, part of the Exemplar series in Advances in Health Sciences Education, we profile the career of Christine McGuire, and capture her perspectives on the status of medical education practice and research. Her career was prototypical of other exemplars in the series--a pathway characterized by serendipity. As an exemplar, her contributions of leadership, scholarship, and innovations have changed the face of medical education. We describe our methods of data collection--literature reviews and in-depth interviews...
2005: Advances in Health Sciences Education: Theory and Practice
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March 19, 1969: Läkartidningen
O Olafsson
Instruction at health centres and in the home environment, which are important features of the psychological and social sections of medical education, has been neglected. Students are prepared for good relations with the patient only by means of a few isolated lectures and through the example provided by organ-centred hospital specialists.
January 1976: Nordisk Medicin
W D Mayer
In 1971, the National Board of Medical Examiners appointed a Committee on Goals and Priorities, with a charge to provide advice, counsel, and recommendations relative to the Board's future directions. The report of the Committee, "Evaluation in the Continuum of Medical Education", was published as a monograph in 1973. It addressed itself to issues of evaluation, certification, licensure, and accreditation throughout the entire spectrum of medical education-undergraduate, graduate, and continuing. This paper, by the chairman of the Committee which authored the report, provides a review of: (a) the trends in medical eduction which formed the basis of the remmendations, (b) the recommendations themselves, (c) reactions to the report subsequent to its publication, and (d) actions taken by various groups relating to issues discussed in the report...
September 1975: Anesthesia and Analgesia
J A Keyes, M P Wilson, J Becker
This paper reports the results of a Delphi probe of the perceptions of medical school deans regarding the most significant changes in medical education and in the health care system which they expect to influence medical education over the next 20 years. The study, conducted in the first quarter of 1974, included an analysis of 54 potential changes distilled from over 440 suggestions. A composite view of the probability of occurring, impact on the system and percentage of deans favoring the change are presented...
April 1975: Journal of Medical Education
A D Poole, R W Sanson-Fisher
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January 1979: Social Science & Medicine. Medical Psychology & Medical Sociology
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