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ID32138261Published Date2020-03-03JournalVision (Basel, Switzerland), 2020-03-03, Volume 4
This study assesses the fidelity with which people can make temporal order judgments (TOJ) between auditory and visual onsets and offsets. Using an adaptive staircase task administered to a large sample of young adults, we find that the ability to judge temporal order varies widely among people, with notable difficulty created when auditory events closely follow visual events. Those findings are interpretable within the context of an independent channels model. Visual onsets and offsets can b…
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ID32114615Published Date2020-03-01JournalAmerican journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, 2020-03-01, Volume 29
Professional quality of life is the quality a person feels in relation to work. For critical care nurses, it is composed of compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue. Professional quality of life is affected by work environment. The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) has identified 6 standards for a healthy work environment.To explore which of the AACN healthy work environment standards have the strongest impact on professional quality of life in critical care nurses.In …
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ID32077019Published Date2020-02-19JournalEnvironmental science and pollution research international, 2020-02-19
Anthropogenic microfibers (thread-like pieces of litter < 5 mm in size) including microplastic fibers have been suggested to pose a growing threat to urban rivers across the world. However, in most urban rivers, we have a limited understanding of how anthropogenic microfibers vary in presence and abundance over time. In this study, we examined how the presence and abundance of anthropogenic microfibers varied in the Cumberland River in Nashville, TN, a growing city with more than one million …
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IDDOI:10.1177/2329490620903737Published Date2020-02-16JournalBusiness and Professional Communication Quarterly, 2020-02-16
This case study explores corporate social responsibility (CSR) through the perspective of communication professionals at a large financial services firm. These employees rely on both external communication through formal reporting as well as informal internal communication to understand CSR activities, and tend to describe CSR by what it means within their organization. We find that communication employees perceive that CSR is obligatory, rarely questioned or explained, labeled as “voluntold,…
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ID31924466Published Date2020-01-07JournalThe Journal of emergency medicine, 2020-01-07
Delayed care in emergency departments (EDs) is a serious problem in the United States. Patient wait time is considered a critical measure of delayed care in EDs. Several strategies have been employed by EDs to reduce wait time, including implementation of self-check-in kiosks. However, the effect of kiosks on wait time in EDs is understudied.To assess the association between patient wait time and utilization of self-check-in kiosks in EDs. To investigate a series of other patient-, ED-, and h…
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ID31743390Published Date2020-01-01JournalAmerican journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP : official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, 2020-01-01, Volume 77
To provide a current directory of drug information centers (DICs) in the United States and present information about their characteristics, activities and services, and networking activities.In February 2018, an electronic 23-question survey was delivered to 118 contacts on a distribution list compiled from previous directories of DICs, responses to listserv messages, and an Internet search. DICs, defined as formal centers dedicated to providing drug information services, including but not li…
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ID31601702Published Date2019-12-01JournalJournal of nuclear medicine : official publication, Society of Nuclear Medicine, 2019-12-01, Volume 60
Neuronuclear imaging has been used for several decades in the study of primary neurodegenerative conditions, such as dementia and parkinsonian syndromes, both for research and for clinical purposes. There has been a relative paucity of applications of neuronuclear imaging to evaluate nonneurodegenerative conditions that can also have long-term effects on cognition and function. This article summarizes clinical and imaging aspects of 3 such conditions that have garnered considerable attention …
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ID32001895Published Date2019-12-01JournalAmerican journal of pharmaceutical education, 2019-12-01, Volume 83
The Committee was charged with the responsibility for examining the need for change in pharmacy education and the models of leadership that would enable that change to occur across the academy. They also examined the question of faculty wellbeing in a time of change and made several recommendations and suggestions regarding both charges. Building upon the work of the previous Academic Affairs Committee, the 2018-19 AAC encourages the academy to implement new curricular models supporting perso…
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ID31955693Published Date2019-12-01JournalThe Journal of law, medicine & ethics : a journal of the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 2019-12-01, Volume 47
The health care industry has moved at a rapid pace away from paper records to an electronic platform across almost all sectors - much of it at the encouragement and insistence of the federal government. Such rapid expansion has increased exponentially the risk to individuals in the privacy of their data and, increasingly, to their physical well-being when medical records are inaccessible through ransomware attacks. Recognizing the unique and critical nature of medical records, the United Stat…
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ID31663457Published Date2019-11-01JournalJournal of managed care & specialty pharmacy, 2019-11-01, Volume 25
Adherence to specialty and nonspecialty medications is often calculated using pharmacy claims data. However, specialty medication regimens are complex and may require periods of intentional gaps in therapy. Common adherence calculations are insufficient in identifying reasons for gaps in therapy. Because adherence reporting is a growing measure of quality care for specialty pharmacy accreditation and payer and manufacturer contracts, a better understanding of the rates and reasons for nonadhe…
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