Slow walking speed, memory complaints can predict dementia.http://t.co/R375LHV1NW
Less than 1% of UK public research funding spent on antibiotic research in past 5 years.http://t.co/V2FidfZIr1
Physical work environment in hospitals affects nurses' job satisfaction, with implications for patient http://t.co/fVtXwuGBg8
Medical student perceptions of health policy education improving, but 40% are still not satisfied, study shows. http://t.co/528WY9XwZX
Cultural stereotypes may evolve from sharing social information. http://t.co/wC4qJjK18K
Seeing same GP at every visit will reduce emergency department attendance. http://t.co/uesBo4t2mE
New York law offers nurses more recognition, responsibility. http://t.co/RP8ai5OHoz
Making primary care people-centred: a 21st century blueprint. http://t.co/fBpRHCm04K
Forty-five percent rise in diagnostic imaging tests by GPs in Australia. http://t.co/bln2IPbFzg
Why do challenging tasks make consumers believe drugs wear off faster? http://t.co/zGU0pydRZ9
Strategy proposed for preventing diseases of aging. http://t.co/1pkA02a3fu
Life expectancy gains threatened as more older Americans suffer from multiple medical conditions. http://t.co/cCbCHpjpgk
2nd International Conference:
Where's the Patient's Voice in Health Professional Education 10 Years On?http://t.co/BVmxGN6Sph
Defining Health and Health Care Sustainability. http://t.co/Yqf1MYPk5r
Alberta launches mentorship campaign to support children and youth in care. http://t.co/pT1oHJUcMJ
A new lifeline for Kelowna families facing domestic violence. http://t.co/FmrrSeo9P2
Can strong parental bond protect infants down to their DNA?http://t.co/pjBO3ysmqD
The heart of an astronaut, five years on. http://t.co/IhQWAKOKIV
@picardonhealth @ColleenFlood2 @GlobeDebate
@AlexHarrisRN @JudithShamian @GStrudRN
Despite Known Link Between Poor Teamwork and Errors, Only 30% of Medical Schools Provide Teamwork Training. http://t.co/nZCwEDyef0
Parents rank their obese children as 'very healthy’. http://t.co/7XB7SzzELg
U of M expert: The evidence is in (again). Vaccines are safe. http://t.co/w0mQmlpuVd
Performance improvement program helps doctors better manage depression, report researchers. http://t.co/cl4dTgljO0
Students participate in rural health. preceptorshiphttp://thesouthern.com/news/local/plus/students-participate-in-rural-health-preceptorship
New Center and Institute Focused on Interprofessional Education. http://t.co/P4ErrNel8h
Don't skimp on shades this summer. http://t.co/CFArkOChd5
Seeing the glass as half full: Taking a new look at cognition and aging. http://t.co/NrDukn6LnC
Orthopedic surgery generally safe for patients age 80 and older. http://t.co/7bYLY7ekDL
Treating the person. http://t.co/fTzBA3ivab
Interprofessional Education Small Group: A 25-Year-Old-Man with Dyspnea, Productive Cough, and Chest Tightness. https://t.co/ZWlIiykBra
Europe's responsibility to refugees: health beyond bordershttp://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(14)61195-8/fulltext
Survival convergence: bringing maternal and newborn health together for 2015 and beyond. http://t.co/ebdJFwD5A5
Hear Jane read: New meaning given to semantics http://t.co/riyQoeZIU8
Cooperation: Preteens, teens most fickle, older people most cooperativehttp://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/07/14
@Linskins152 @johnhvg Terrific - let me know how it goes.
The changing face of growing old in China - http://t.co/1ECvogSEG3 http://t.co/tddqg5JjWk via @FT
@Linskins152 @Linskins152 @johnhvg Well done and congratulations:) Great news. Here's to Mrs Doasyouwouldbedoneby.
Standing up for meetings improves teamwork. http://t.co/Nnus4xmPhU
#ATBH7 Heading home. Goodbye Pitt - thank you Susan, Everette and the entire team for an unforgettable meeting. Oxford 2016 CU there.
#ATBH7 A fantastic conference comes to an end. Thank you to all participants for their energy enthusiasm and brilliant contributions.
#ATBH. Theory session wrapping. Tremendous interaction. Recognition of the range and applicability of theories to/for IPE/IPC.
#ATBH7 A narrative has multiple layers for interpretation.
#ATBH7 To theorize is human thinking about how we use "theories" in a naturalistic way every day.
#ATBH7 Theories allow for different interpretations of the same story.
#ATBH7 Off and running - in 2 theory session. Great turnout.
#ATBH7 Importance of narratives as carriers for theoretical bases of ipe/ipc.
#ATBH7 Learning uniprofessionalism, interprofessionalism, professional identity - goals of clinical training units.
@ATBH7 In clinical training units reflecting in and reflecting on.
#ATBH7 Fleming Jacobsen talking about clinical interprofessional training units - we nee more and more of these sites.
#ATBH7 Bud Baldwin on transitions in the continuum of education. Developmental progressive process.
#ATBH7 Embed service user in IPE.
#ATBH7 IPE on a grand scale - from Glasgow - about 1000 students go through each year.
#ATBH7 How do we get students together in shared spaces to facilitate IPCP interactions.
#ATBH7 O'Brien & Jones looking beyond he barriers to IPCP clinical education.
#ATBH7 IHI Triple Aim. Improve patient experience of care, improve pop health, reduce healthcare costs.
#ATBH7 Barbara Brandt speaking on the NEXUS.
#ATBH7 Scopes of practice as barrier to interprofessional practice.
#ATBH7 Built collaborations leave a legacy.
#ATBH7 General topics for all healthcare providers- and necessary for them all to learn e.g ethics, professionalism.
#ATBH7 Importance of standardizing practice.
#ATBH 7 The best interest of the patient is the only interest to be considered. William Mayo
#ATBH7 The needs of the patient come first. Mayo Clinic.
ATBH7 Insurance companies as we know them are about to die.
#ATBH7 Transitioning from volume to value. Accountable and affordable.
#ATBH7 Physician workforce - increased demand or mal-distibution?
#ATBH7 define the right roles within teams.
#ATBH7 Optimize for quality first, then asses cost.
#ATBH7 Develop new patient centred models of personalized team care.
#ATBH Day 2 on the way. More good stuff.
We cant afford ever increasing health care costs. #ATBH7
#ATBH7 Starting the GRIN session.
Team rounds - the importance of difference in setting e.g. academic health centre vs. community hospital.
A problem for teamwork studies - measuring downstream impacts when funding is for essentially a one off study.
ATBH VII off to a great start on a beautiful day in Pittsburgh. First plenary over, paper sessions staarting.
NEXUS excellent analysis of assessment tools.
Tailoring nexus to the needs of the user e.g. useable tools.
Inform, connect, engage, advance - the goals of NEXUS
A high ideal - how about 20 million high functioning IP teams by 2020:)
Stand by for Stories from the Nexus this summer.
IPE and IPC as levers for system change. Barb talking about Affordable Care Act and entities like medical/health homes.
Historical importance of IPE competencies developed by IPEC.
Adoption of WHO definitions of IPE and Collaborative Practice.
Include patient and client outcomes when considering the defintions.
Challenges around faculty development.
The problem of definition - still needs resolution.
Tools of the National Center off and running. Introduced by Barbara Brandt, Director.
Sunny day in Pittsburgh. Getting geared up for a terrific ATBH VII conference. Univ of Minnesota session on NEXUS this afternoon.
@cihc_ca Heading to ATBH U Pittsburgh.
ATBH VII read, set, to go. A great meeting lined up.
WHO and the media: a major impediment to global health?http://t.co/SdrZmaVZQ8
Counterterrorism, ethics, and global health -- ScienceDaily http://t.co/IYkudZaglF
Simon Stevens: visionary Chief Executive of NHS Englandhttp://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(14)61019-9/fulltext