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M-A | Physicians suffering burnout are twice as likely to be involved in patient safety incidents.

26 Sep, 2022 | 12:09h | UTC

Associations of physician burnout with career engagement and quality of patient care: systematic review and meta-analysis – The BMJ

News Release: Clinicians suffering burnout are twice as likely to be involved in patient safety incidents – The BMJ

Commentary: Burnout in doctors impacts patient safety finds new international study – University of Manchester

 

Commentary from the author on Twitter

 


M-A | Efficacy and safety of unrestricted visiting policy for critically ill patients.

21 Sep, 2022 | 13:18h | UTC

Efficacy and safety of unrestricted visiting policy for critically ill patients: a meta-analysis – Critical Care

 

Commentary on Twitter

https://twitter.com/arianna_gazzato/status/1568138556756860928

 


M-A | The effectiveness of self-care interventions in chronic illness.

14 Sep, 2022 | 13:03h | UTC

The effectiveness of self-care interventions in chronic illness: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials – International Journal of Nursing Studies

 


Study finds high diagnostic concordance between telemedicine and in-person visits for most new clinical concerns.

6 Sep, 2022 | 14:37h | UTC

Assessment of Clinician Diagnostic Concordance With Video Telemedicine in the Integrated Multispecialty Practice at Mayo Clinic During the Beginning of COVID-19 Pandemic From March to June 2020 – JAMA Network Open

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Review | The hidden pandemic: the cost of postoperative complications.

6 Sep, 2022 | 14:13h | UTC

The Hidden Pandemic: the Cost of Postoperative Complications – Current Anesthesiology Reports

 


RCT | Daily written care summaries for families of critically ill patients.

5 Sep, 2022 | 14:12h | UTC

Daily Written Care Summaries for Families of Critically Ill Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial – Critical Care Medicine

Editorial: More Documentation? Who Needs It? – Critical Care Medicine

 


Systematic Review | Predictors of burnout among healthcare providers.

31 Aug, 2022 | 11:50h | UTC

Predictors of burnout among US healthcare providers: a systematic review – BMJ Open

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Systematic Review | There is little evidence to guide interventions for preventing and reducing the use of physical restraints on older people in general hospital settings.

29 Aug, 2022 | 12:01h | UTC

Interventions for preventing and reducing the use of physical restraints of older people in general hospital settings – Cochrane Library

 


Perspective | Double trouble with double-booking: limitations and dangers of overlapping surgery.

26 Aug, 2022 | 13:22h | UTC

Double trouble with double-booking: limitations and dangers of overlapping surgery – British Journal of Surgery

Related:

Review | The effect of overlapping surgical scheduling on operating theatre productivity.

Study: Association of Overlapping Surgery with Perioperative Outcomes

 


Cyberattacks: what radiology IT departments must do now.

22 Aug, 2022 | 12:00h | UTC

Cyberattacks: What Radiology IT Departments Must Do Now – Diagnostic Imaging

 


Trauma care in older people: charting a path from outlier to excellence.

11 Aug, 2022 | 12:16h | UTC

Trauma care in older people: charting a path from outlier to excellence – Age and Ageing

 


Viewpoint | Making electronic health records both SAFER and SMARTER.

10 Aug, 2022 | 15:28h | UTC

Making Electronic Health Records Both SAFER and SMARTER – JAMA (free for a limited period)

Author Interview: Making Electronic Health Records More Supportive for Clinicians – JAMA

Commentary: Opinion: physicians need to use smarter, safer EHRS – healthleaders

Related:

Putting Patients First by Reducing Administrative Tasks in Health Care: A Position Paper of the American College of Physicians

Care-Centered Clinical Documentation in the Digital Environment: Solutions to Alleviate Burnout – National Academy of Medicine

To Combat Physician Burnout and Improve Care, Fix the Electronic Health Record – Harvard Business Review

The EMR has changed the doctor-patient duet into a ménage-à-trois – STAT

The future of electronic health records – Nature

 


Viewpoint | Deimplementation of low-value care in surgery.

4 Aug, 2022 | 14:43h | UTC

Deimplementation of Low-Value Care in Surgery – JAMA Surgery (free for a limited period)

 


M-A | Perioperative care bundles for the prevention of surgical-site infections.

2 Aug, 2022 | 12:30h | UTC

Perioperative care bundles for the prevention of surgical-site infections: meta-analysis – British Journal of Surgery

 


Cross-Sectional Study | Association of registered nurse staffing with mortality risk in hospitalized patients with sepsis.

27 Jul, 2022 | 12:16h | UTC

Association of Registered Nurse Staffing With Mortality Risk of Medicare Beneficiaries Hospitalized With Sepsis – JAMA Health Forum

Commentaries:

Greater Nurse Staffing Tied to Better Sepsis Outcomes – HealthDay

Reduced Sepsis Mortality Risk Seen With High Nurse Staffing – AJMC

 


Review | The effect of overlapping surgical scheduling on operating theatre productivity.

27 Jul, 2022 | 12:03h | UTC

The effect of overlapping surgical scheduling on operating theatre productivity: a narrative review – Anaesthesia

 


Cohort Study | Association of anesthesiologist staffing ratio with surgical patient morbidity and mortality.

22 Jul, 2022 | 11:46h | UTC

Association of Anesthesiologist Staffing Ratio With Surgical Patient Morbidity and Mortality – JAMA Surgery (free for a limited period)

Author Interview: Anesthesiologist Staffing Ratio and Surgical Patient Morbidity and Mortality – JAMA

News Release: Surgery risks go up depending upon the anesthesiologist’s workload – University of Michigan

Commentaries:

Understaffing in Anesthesiology Linked to Patient Deaths, Complications — Higher morbidity, mortality rates tied to anesthesia docs covering 3 to 4 overlapping surgeries – MedPage Today (free registration required)

Overworked Anesthesiologists Can Put Surgical Patients at Risk – HealthDay

 


M-A | Costs of multimorbidity.

20 Jul, 2022 | 12:06h | UTC

Costs of multimorbidity: a systematic review and meta-analyses – BMC Medicine

Related:

Variation in the estimated prevalence of multimorbidity: systematic review and meta-analysis of 193 international studies – BMJ Open

Italian guidelines on management of persons with multimorbidity and polypharmacy – Aging Clinical and Experimental Research

Management of High-Need, High-Cost Patients: A “Best Fit” Framework Synthesis, Realist Review, and Systematic Review – Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Designing a High-Performing Health Care System for Patients with Complex Needs: Ten Recommendations for Policymakers – The Commonwealth fund

Effective Care for High-Need Patients: Opportunities for Improving Outcomes, Value, and Health – National Academy of Medicine

Systematic review of high-cost patients’ characteristics and healthcare utilization – BMJ Open

Effectiveness of interventions for managing multiple high-burden chronic diseases in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis – Canadian Medical Association Journal

Multimorbidity: a priority for global health research – The Academy of Medical Sciences

The global burden of multiple chronic conditions: A narrative review – Preventive Medicine Reports

Redesigning Care for High-Cost, High-Risk Patients – Harvard Business Review

Multimorbidity: clinical assessment and management – NICE Guideline

Multimorbidity in Older Adults with Cardiovascular Disease – American College of Cardiology, Latest in Cardiology

Richard Smith: The challenge of high need, high cost patients – The BMJ Blogs

Better Care for People with Complex Needs – Institute for Healthcare Improvement

 


Review | Improving the intensive care experience from the perspectives of different stakeholders.

19 Jul, 2022 | 13:51h | UTC

Improving the intensive care experience from the perspectives of different stakeholders – Critical Care

 


Evidence for Nursing: new evidence and resources.

19 Jul, 2022 | 13:46h | UTC

Evidence for Nursing: new evidence and resources – July 2022 – Evidently Cochrane

 


ESGE Position Paper | Reducing the environmental footprint of gastrointestinal endoscopy.

18 Jul, 2022 | 11:24h | UTC

Reducing the environmental footprint of gastrointestinal endoscopy: European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) and European Society of Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Nurses and Associates (ESGENA) Position Statement – Endoscopy

 


ESC Consensus Statement | Digital health in older adults for the prevention and management of cardiovascular diseases and frailty.

13 Jul, 2022 | 11:42h | UTC

Digital health in older adults for the prevention and management of cardiovascular diseases and frailty. A clinical consensus statement from the ESC Council for Cardiology Practice/Taskforce on Geriatric Cardiology, the ESC Digital Health Committee and the ESC Working Group on e-Cardiology – ESC Heart Failure

 


Action guidance for addressing pollution from inhalational anesthetics.

7 Jul, 2022 | 12:51h | UTC

Action guidance for addressing pollution from inhalational anaesthetics – Anaesthesia

Related:

Inhaled anaesthesia and analgesia contribute to climate change – The BMJ

Carbon Footprint of General, Regional, and Combined Anesthesia for Total Knee Replacements – Anesthesia

Principles of environmentally-sustainable anaesthesia: a global consensus statement from the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists – Anaesthesia

Environmental and Occupational Considerations of Anesthesia: A Narrative Review and Update – Anesthesia & Analgesia

Working Toward the Triple Bottom Line in Surgery – NEJM Catalyst

Effects Of Surgery On A Warming Planet: Can Anesthesia Go Green? – NPR

Anaesthetic gases, climate change, and sustainable practice – The Lancet Planetary Health

Greenhouse gases: the choice of volatile anesthetic does matter – Canadian Journal of Anesthesiology

People, planet and profits: the case for greening operating rooms – Canadian Medical Association Journal

 


Perspective | The future of intensive care: delirium should no longer be an issue.

7 Jul, 2022 | 12:28h | UTC

The future of intensive care: delirium should no longer be an issue – Critical Care

 

Commentary on Twitter

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Anesthesia Patient Safety | Next steps to improve worldwide perioperative safety by 2030.

5 Jul, 2022 | 11:51h | UTC

Anesthesia Patient Safety: Next Steps to Improve Worldwide Perioperative Safety by 2030 – Anesthesia & Analgesia

Editorial: Anesthesia Patient Safety: Still a Long Way to Go – Anesthesia & Analgesia


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