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ID32368689Published Date2020-06-01JournalAmerican journal of ophthalmology case reports, 2020-06-01, Volume 18
To describe late-onset fungal keratitis after Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty (DSEK) with positive fungal culture of the donor corneal rim.A case report of a patient undergoing DSEK is described whereby the donor corneal rim culture grew fungus. No infection was initially noted, but the patient developed fungal keratitis 1 year after the original DSEK procedure, despite prophylactic treatment at the time of the positive donor culture. The patient responded to antifungal therapy,…
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ID32279008Published Date2020-06-01JournalPsychiatry research, 2020-06-01, Volume 288
Suicide attempts are a significant global public health concern. Research into non-traditional factors, such as the presence of alexithymia, may shed light on the prediction of suicidal behaviours, which can aid intervention and prevention strategies. To ascertain whether alexithymia is a unique risk factor for suicide attempts, this article reviews the evidence on alexithymia related to suicidal ideation, attempts, and non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI).A literature search was conducted for ori…
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Award Number1945961Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2020-06-15Expiration Date2023-05-31Funding Amount$225,040
This project aims to serve the national interest by enhancing student learning in undergraduate engineering courses. Specifically, the project will investigate if training students to ask better questions improves STEM learning outcomes, such as course knowledge, awareness of their own learning, and their ability to ask better questions in future courses. The ability to recognize one's own confusion and to ask a question to dispel that confusion is an essential thinking skill that supports in…
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ID32421179Published Date2020-05-18JournalJAMA pediatrics, 2020-05-18
States have enacted criminal justice-related substance use policies to address prenatal substance use and protect infants from adverse health effects of parental substance use. However, little is known about the consequences of these policies for permanency outcomes among infants in the foster care system in the United States.To evaluate the consequences of criminal justice-related prenatal substance use policies for family reunification and to examine differences in parental reunification by…
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IDDOI:10.1093/schbul/sbaa029.804Published Date2020-05-18JournalSchizophrenia Bulletin, 2020-05-18, Volume 46
Abstract Background The early years following a first episode of psychosis (FEP) present unique opportunities to prevent declines in clinical and social function. Early intervention programs target factors known to be associated with poor long-term outcomes, including longer duration of untreated psychosis, treatment non-adherence, affective symptoms, and cognitive dysfunction. The RAISE trial and other work in the U.S. and internationally spurred congress to fund comprehensive specialty care…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0895904820917363Published Date2020-05-14JournalEducational Policy, 2020-05-14
This case study examined how research has been used in the federal higher education rulemaking process, through which the U.S. Department of Education implements programs under the Higher Education Act. Findings indicate that in this high-conflict policymaking process, politics infuses various forms of research use to create several overlapping categories of use (political-instrumental, political-conceptual, and political-imposed) that existing typologies of research use omit. This study demo…
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IDDOI:10.4018/ijose.2020070101Published Date2020-07-01JournalInternational Journal of Strategic Engineering, 2020-07-01, Volume 3
The competitive business environment today is something that has never been seen before, as technology continues to challenge the way in which business has been done. As profit margins continue to shrink, it is imperative that companies have robust methods of process management to ensure peak efficiency. Continuous improvement, known as Kaizen in Japanese, is a natural step forward that is informed by the decisions made using risk management. The purpose of this article is to study the relati…
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ID32375592Published Date2020-05-06JournalOmega, 2020-05-06
Although complicated grief (CG) following the death of a loved one has traditionally been viewed as avoidance-driven, recent research implicates approach behavior. Researchers have investigated how coping styles predict CG; however, emotional closeness remains unexamined. This study investigated the differential relationship of approach- and avoidance-focused coping on CG and depressive symptoms. Bereaved adults ( = 340) completed questionnaires about their loss, coping styles, CG, and depres…
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ID32381343Published Date2020-05-04JournalOtolaryngologic clinics of North America, 2020-05-04
Otolaryngologists are in a good position to advocate for our patients and our specialty. We can do it as a volunteer or as a full-time job running for political office at the state or federal level. To be taken seriously, we need to offer solutions besides citing the problems. We encourage otolaryngologists to work with our Academy and its ENT-PAC (Ear, Nose, Throat Political Action Committee). Medicine is a great profession and Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery is an even better specialty.
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ID32366576Published Date2020-05-04JournalInfection and immunity, 2020-05-04
has emerged as an important etiological agent of hospital-related infections, especially nosocomial pneumonia. The virulence factors of this bacterium and their interactions with the cells and molecules of the immune system just recently began to be extensively studied. Here, we investigated the impact of alveolar macrophages on pneumonia using a mouse model of infection and a flexible tissue culture system. We hypothesized that depletion of macrophages would enhance sepsis and severity of di…
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