Weekly Blog Roundup: Ep. 3

Welcome to the weekly blog roundup!  We hope that you have had a lovely week so far. Here are a few interesting blogs from the blogosphere this week:
1. ACGME: Clinically-Driven Standards
2. Dr. Dahlia: 24-hour Medical Intern Shift Reinstated 3.
4. Science Life:  Watch a neuroscientist explain one concept at 5 levels of difficulty
5.  Latest Science News: The hazards of English spelling
6. Medscape: Stimulants Enhance Cognitive Performance in Top Chess Players
7. Engaget: Airbnb might soon be legal in Japan
8. A Country Doctor:  EMRs are Dangerous: Let’s Change That
9. Dan Hodge: Creating a culture
10. K Brent Tomer:  Pink Floyd’s rock opera, as opera
12. Hours and Miles: Work, Culture, and Workplace Culture
13. Felipe Lima: Dois Dedos de Música com Antony Left
14. Embracing the diversity: Starting from the beginning. Bilingualism? It’s not easy.
15.Alien at Home : “TCKs in Transition”

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Research Tuesday: Ep. 2

Here is our research roundup for the week. Also, it was brought to our attention that we forgot to post the blog roundup of the week last Friday. We’ll have a longer post this Friday to make up for it.

Here are 10 relevant research articles  from the healthcare industry for your week:

1. Byrne, B. J., Frintner, M. P., Abraham, H. N., & Starmer, A. J. (2017). Attitudes and Experiences of Early and Midcareer Pediatricians With the Maintenance of Certification Process. Academic Pediatrics. doi:10.1016/j.acap.2016.10.019.

2. Kim, S., Bochatay, N., Relyea-Chew, A., Buttrick, E., Amdahl, C., Kim, L., . . . Lee, Y. (2017). Individual, interpersonal, and organisational factors of healthcare conflict: A scoping review. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-9. doi:10.1080/13561820.2016.1272558.

3. Baer, T. E., Feraco, A. M., Sagalowsky, S. T., Williams, D., Litman, H. J., & Vinci, R. J. (2017). Pediatric Resident Burnout and Attitudes Toward Patients. Pediatrics. doi:10.1542/peds.2016-2163.  

4. Holden, A. C. (2017). Paradise Lost; the reputation of the dental profession and regulatory scope. Bdj,222(4), 239-241. doi:10.1038/sj.bdj.2017.163

5. Williams, A. K., Cotter, R. A., Bompadre, V., Goldberg, M. J., & Steinman, S. S. (2017). Patient Safety Checklists. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics, 1. doi:10.1097/bpo.0000000000000928

6. Rakuom, C. P., Wagoro, M. C., Mirereh, J. O., & Galo, S. (2016). Returning Nursing to Nightingale: The Bigger Picture of Mainstreaming Kenya-Nursing Process. Journal of Community & Public Health Nursing, 02(04). doi:10.4172/2471-9846.1000140

7. Mallisham, S. L., & Sherrod, B. (2016). The Spirit and Intent of Motivational Interviewing. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care. doi:10.1111/ppc.12161

8. Chan, K., Petrisor, B., & Bhandari, M. (2014). Emotional intelligence in orthopaedic surgery residents. Canadian Journal of Surgery, 57(2), 89-93. doi:10.1503/cjs.022512.

9. Chandrasekhar, S., Ibrahim, A., & Singhal, M. (2017). A novel access control protocol using proxy signatures for cloud-based health information exchange. Computers & Security. doi:10.1016/j.cose.2017.02.008.

10. Mahan, J. D. (2017). Burnout in Pediatric Residents and Physicians: A Call to Action. Pediatrics. doi:10.1542/peds.2016-4233.

Do you have any articles you’d like to contribute?  Comment below. 

©Allison J. Weaver Consulting, LLC 2017