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Prospective medicine : the tools, the data, the interventions, and the outcomes

Society of Prospective Medicine. Meeting

Prospective medicine : the tools, the data, the interventions, and the outcomes

Proceedings of the 35th annual meeting of the Society of Prospective Medicine, September 23-26, 1999, the Antlers Adam"s Mark Hotel,Colorado Springs, Colorado.

by Society of Prospective Medicine. Meeting

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Published by The Society in [Pitsburgh, PA] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine, Preventive -- United States -- Congresses.,
  • Health promotion -- United States -- Congresses.,
  • Preventive health services -- United States -- Congresses.,
  • Health risk assessment -- United States -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesProspective medicine the tools, the data, the interventions, and the outcomes
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesProceedings of the ... annual meeting of the Society of Prospective Medicine -- 35th
    ContributionsGlobalMedic.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA422 .S5 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination449 p. :
    Number of Pages449
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16640846M


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Study design plays an important role in the quality, execution, and interpretation of biomedical and public health research (1–12).Each study design has their own inherent strengths and weaknesses, and there can be a general hierarchy in study designs, however, any hierarchy cannot be applied uniformly across study design types (3,5,6,9).Cited by: Lay Summary Assessing outcomes of interventions based on brain monitoring of comatose patients.

This study will begin to determine whether intensive care interventions that are undertaken in comatose brain-injured patients in response to several interrelated physiologic and metabolic factors that are constantly monitored in the brain are correlated with improved functional outcomes in the Author: Internal Administrator.

Principal Findings: The primary outcome, rate of cardiovascular deaths or hospitalizations for HF, was events per patient-years in the sacubitril-valsartan group vs. events per patient-years in the valsartan group (p = not significant). Big data and predictive analytics have immense potential to improve risk stratification, particularly in data-rich fields like oncology.

This article reviews the literature published on use cases and challenges in applying predictive analytics to improve risk stratification in oncology. We characterized evidence-based use cases of predictive analytics in oncology into three distinct fields: (1 Cited by: 1.

Psychoeducational interventions for family carers of people with psychosis are effective for improving compliance and preventing relapse. Whether carers benefit from these interventions has been little explored.

This systematic review investigated the effectiveness of psychoeducation for improving carers' outcomes, and potential treatment Cited by: Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is commonly defined as “the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients.” 1 The Cited by: These typically involve identification of one or more patient groups according to specified risk factors or exposures, followed by collection of baseline (i.e., initial, prior to intervention) data, delivery of interventions of interest and controls, collecting follow-up data, and comparing baseline to follow-up data for the patient groups.

Design a retrospective, descriptive analysis of data routinely collected over the year period was undertaken including changes over time and outcomes by demographic features.

Interventions delivered one-on-one by a health professional were more often present alongside beneficial outcomes than group interventions. Author: Bronwyn Raymond, Tim Luckett, Miriam Johnson, Ann Hutchinson, Melanie Lovell, Jane Phillips.

The aim of this study was to compare the symptomatology, palliative care outcomes, therapeutic procedures, diagnostic tests, and pharmacological treatments for people with dementia (PWD) and without dementia (PW/OD) admitted to Spanish nursing homes.

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Evidence-based practice resources that provide practical and innovative information on incorporating evidence into everyday practice. Resources include information on a variety of methods, models, and real-life examples with application to various settings and patient populations.

Objectives To assess use, utility and impact of transition interventions designed to support and empower self-management in youth with chronic health conditions during transition into adult healthcare.

Design A 4-year mixed-method prospective cohort study. Setting 2 academic paediatric hospitals (13 clinics) in Canada. Participants 50 adolescents (42% male; mean age ± years; 20 Cited by: How States Use Medicaid and State Health Department Data to Improve Health Outcomes of People Living with HIV December This issue brief discusses key considerations and promising state strategies to share and then analyze Medicaid claims and.

Healthcare providers, consumers, researchers and policy makers are inundated with unmanageable amounts of information, including evidence from healthcare research. It has become impossible for all to have the time and resources to find, appraise and interpret this evidence and incorporate it into healthcare decisions.

Cochrane Reviews respond to this challenge by identifying, appraising and. 5 Collecting data Introduction Sources of data What data to collect Data collection tools Extracting data from reports Extracting study results and converting to the desired format Managing and sharing data Chapter information References ing the prevalence of newborns small for gestational age or preterm birth.

However, the association between IPWC and perinatal outcomes has not systematically synthesized thus far. This study protocol aims to provide a clear, transparent and standardized procedure for systematically reviewing the association between IPWC and perinatal outcomes.

Methods and analysis: This systematic review. The interventions also helped significantly reduce disruptions of caretakers’ plans, caretakers’ and children’s lost sleep, and school days missed by the children in the intervention group.

The intervention resulted in % fewer unscheduled visits for asthma per year, fewer days with symptoms per year, and % fewer missed school. Definition. A health risk assessment (HRA) is a health questionnaire, used to provide individuals with an evaluation of their health risks and quality of life.

Commonly a HRA incorporates three key elements – an extended questionnaire, a risk calculation or score, and some form of feedback i.e. face-to-face with a health advisor or an automatic online report. Background and Objectives: Rising rates of dementia in the United States underscore the urgent need for a summary of the available evidence for care interventions for people with dementia (PWD) and their formal and informal caregivers.

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) has commissioned such a summary from the Evidence-based Practice Center Program at the Agency for Healthcare Research and. A prospective study of injury outcomes has been undertaken in the Netherlands (n = ) It found that age, sex, injury, length of stay in hospital and intensive care admission were all predictors of functioning, measured by the EQ-5D 9 months after injury.

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How good is the evidence that HRA interventions have beneficial effects. Do they have a positive impact on quality of life, health status, health outcomes, and satisfaction.

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Cochrane Database Syst Rev ; 16;5:CDFile Size: KB. Methods: This was a prospective observational cohort study, in which data on all patients with lung injury associated with e-cigarettes or vaping seen at Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, UT, between June 27 and October 4, were included.

Retrospective Study. In a retrospective study, the outcome of interest has already occurred at the time the study is initiated.

A retrospective study design allows the investigator to formulate ideas about possible associations and investigate potential relationships, although causal statements usually should not be made.

An investigator conducting a retrospective study typically utilizes. The Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) is a comprehensive, standardized classification of patient, family and community outcomes developed to evaluate the impact of interventions provided by nurses or other health care professionals.

Standardized outcomes are essential for documentation in electronic records, for use in clinical information systems, for the development of nursing knowledge. Don’t call CAM “cost-effective” unless it’s actually effective. One of the more effective tools for evaluating health outcomes, a systematic review seeks to analyze all published (and unpublished) information on a focused question, using a standardized, transparent approach to evidence analysis.

have failed to identify. Many challenges persist in measuring complex domains of health status in disability. 1 These have been acknowledged for decades and measurement tools continue to be refined.

For many years, evidence‐based practice in healthcare has rightly been considered best practice, 2 but finding the research evidence often leads back to the question of how to measure outcomes and what to : Elizabeth Williams.

A review of prospective audit and feedback systems and an objective evaluation of outcomes Gladys W. Chung, 1 J ia En Wu, 1 Chay Leng Y eo, 1 Douglas Chan 2 and Li Y ang Hsu 3, *. Medicine is currently driven by evidence that can be produced on the basis of patient assessment.

Evidence based research allows for better measurement of outcomes of interventions by improved assessment of the severity of disease and disability of patients and assessing the outcomes of the application of specific protocols. Nurses are increasingly expected to engage in evidence-informed decision-making (EIDM) to improve client and system outcomes.

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A study design where one or more samples (called cohorts) are followed prospectively and subsequent status evaluations with respect to a disease or outcome are conducted to determine which initial participants exposure characteristics (risk factors) are associated with it.

As the study is conducted, outcome from participants in each cohort is. Building on the success of single disease-focused care management interventions (e.g., diabetes, congestive heart failure), care management programs are now being implemented to manage the care of more complex patients [1, 2].However, the definition of patient complexity is itself complex, with many definitions based on a myriad of different factors, ranging from functional limitations, to Cited by: 7.

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