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Social Determinants of COVID-19 in Massachusetts, United States: An Ecological Study

Hawkins D

Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess how different social determinants of health (SDoH) may be related to variability in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) rates in cities and...
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Pharmacogenomic information from CPIC and DPWG guidelines and its application on drug labels

Yoon DY, Lee S, Ban MS, Jang IJ, Lee S

There are several hurdles to overcome before implementing pharmacogenomics (PGx) in precision medicine. One of the hurdles is unawareness of PGx by clinicians due to insufficient pharmacogenomic information on drug...
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Developing a Job Exposure Matrix of Work Organization Hazards in the United States: A Review on Methodological Issues and Research Protocol

Choi B

Background Most job exposure matrices (JEMs) have been developed for chemical and physical hazards in the United States (US). In addition, the overall validity of most JEMs of work organization hazards...
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Comparison of Trends in Blood Pressure and the Prevalence of Obesity Among Korean and American Adolescents: A 12-Years Cross-sectional Study

Heo S, Kwon S, Lee YM, Shin JY, Lee DH

Objectives: This study was conducted to explore recent trends in the prevalence of pediatric elevated blood pressure and hypertension (HTN) in Korea and the United States, applying the new HTN...
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‘Testosterone Boosting’ Supplements Composition and Claims Are not Supported by the Academic Literature

Clemesha C, Thaker H, Samplaski

PURPOSE: Men take testosterone (T) boosting supplements to naturally improve T levels. We evaluated the composition and advertised claims of “T boosting” supplements, and supporting published evidence. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Fifty...
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Increased competency of registered dietitian nutritionists in physical examination skills after simulation-based education in the United States

MacQuillan E, Ford J, Baird K

Purpose: This study aimed to translate simulation-based dietitian nutritionist education to clinical competency attainment in a group of practicing registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs). Using a standardized instrument to measure performance...
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Self-care perspective taking and empathy in a student-faculty book club in the United States

Henderson R, Hagen MG, Zaidi Z, Dunder V, Maska E, Nagoshi Y

Purpose: We aimed to study the impact of a combined faculty-student book club on education and medical practice as a part of the informal curriculum at the University of Florida...
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Can incoming United States pediatric interns be entrusted with the essential communication skills of informed consent?

Sevey N, Barratt M, Omoruyi E

Purpose: According to the entrustable professional activities (EPA) for entering residency by the Association of American Medical Colleges, incoming residents are expected to independently obtain informed consent for procedures they...
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Use of graded responsibility and common entrustment considerations among United States emergency medicine residency programs

Lai J, Schnapp BH, Tillman DS, Westergaard M, Hess J, Kraut A

Purpose: The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) requires all residency programs to provide increasing autonomy as residents progress through training, known as graded responsibility. However, there is little...
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Development and Pilot Testing of the Snackability Smartphone Application to Identify Healthy and Unhealthy Snacks

Prapkree L, Sadjadi M, Huffman F, Palacios C

OBJECTIVES: Snacks contribute to the diet quality in youth, which is often poor. Although the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has guidelines for healthy snacks, this is lost in translation...
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A Cross-sectional Study of Cancer Knowledge and Beliefs Among Faith-based Chinese in the USA Versus Taiwan

Hou SI, Cao X

OBJECTIVES: This study examined cancer knowledge, beliefs, and practice among faith-based Chinese in the USA versus Taiwan to gain better understandings on how environment and culture might play a role...
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Effect of student-directed solicitation of evaluation forms on the timeliness of completion by preceptors in the United States

Krawiec C, Walter V, Myers AK

Purpose: Summative evaluation forms assessing a student’s clinical performance are often completed by a faculty preceptor at the end of a clinical training experience. At our institution, despite the use...
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Application of an objective structured clinical examination to evaluate and monitor interns’ proficiency in hand hygiene and personal protective equipment use in the United States

Nagoshi Y, Cooper LA, Meyer L, Cherabuddi K, Close J, Dow J, Markham MJ, Stalvey C

Purpose: This study was conducted to determine whether an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) could be used to evaluate and monitor hand hygiene and personal protective equipment (PPE) proficiency among...
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Peer-assisted feedback: a successful approach for providing feedback on United States Medical Licensing Exam-style clinical skills exam notes in the United States

Nagoshi K, Zaidi Z, Wright A, Stalvey C

Purpose: Peer-assisted learning (PAL) promotes the development of communication, facilitates improvements in clinical skills, and is a way to provide feedback to learners. We utilized PAL as a conceptual framework...
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Mismatch between the proposed ability concepts of the Graduate Record Examination and the critical thinking skills of physical therapy applicants suggested by an expert panel in the United States

Hughes ES

Purpose: The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a general examination predictive of success in US-based graduate programs. Used to assess students’ written, mathematical, and critical thinking (CT) skills, the GRE...
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Analysis of the Clinical Education Situation framework: a tool for identifying the root cause of student failure in the United States

Myers K, Covington K

Doctor of physical therapy preparation requires extensive time in precepted clinical education, which involves multiple stakeholders. Student outcomes in clinical education are impacted by many factors, and, in the case...
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Development and validation of the Hocus Focus Magic Performance Evaluation Scale for health professions personnel in the United States

Spencer K, Yuen HK, Darwin M, Jenkins G, Kirklin K

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to describe the development and validation of the Hocus Focus Magic Performance Evaluation Scale (HFMPES), which is used to evaluate the competency of health professions...
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Attitudes toward rehabilitating inmates among occupational therapy students in the United States

Tucker SC, Yuen HK

PURPOSE: This study was to examine occupational therapy (OT) students' attitudes toward rehabilitating inmates and validate an instrument used to measure their attitudes. METHODS: OT students (n=128) from one university in...
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Preadmission predictors of graduation success from a physical therapy education program in the United States

Roman G, Buman MP

PURPOSE: The field of physical therapy education is seeking an evidence-based approach for admitting qualified applicants, as previous research has assessed various outcomes, impeding practical application. This study was conducted...
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Determinants of Potentially Unnecessary Cervical Cancer Screenings in American Women

Seo M, Langabeer

OBJECTIVES: To identify factors responsible for potentially clinically unnecessary cervical cancer screenings in women with prior hysterectomy. METHODS: A retrospective cross-sectional study was conducted using the Centers for Disease Control and...
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