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[2015-04-24] Spilt milk: an unusual cause of bilateral chylothorax We report a case of bilateral chylothorax without evidence of chylous fistula in a 62-year-old man following total laryngectomy and bilateral selective neck dissection for laryngeal cancer. Chylous fistulae, a well-known ...
[2015-04-24] Junior faculty exchange program assists mid-career clinician-educators increase scholarly activity and meet promotion requirements Project: Our institution requires peer-review scholarly products and an extramural reputation for promotion of clinician-educators to Associate Professor. Given a lack of robust research skill training during residency and ...
[2015-04-24] “Hospitalist Best Practice”: an intervention to build consensus and standardize evidence-based practice Background: Deriving consensus about practice around clinical issues in the hospital has many advantages: patients receive similar care, trainees and colleagues hear consistent answers to clinical questions, and implementation ...
BACKGROUND: Medical errors are frequently encountered by trainees but there is currently no standard curriculum for educating residents about medical errors. Morning report is a case-based peer-facilitated conference in ...
[2015-04-22] Occupational Performance Goals of Mothers of Adolescents with and Mothers of Adolescents without Disabilities Background/Purpose: Mothering is a life-long role that requires significant time and energy (Donovan, VanLeit, Crowe, & Keefe, 2005). The amount and nature of time spent caring for adolescents with and without disabilities ...