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(Southern Medical Journal[TA])
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  • Patients' Perceptions of Bedside Rounding. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(5):281-287
  • Shih AF, Addo-Tabiri NO, Sofair AN
  • CONCLUSIONS: Well-conducted, patient-centered bedside rounds greatly enhance patient-physician rapport and foster patient understanding and satisfaction.
  • Alabama Children's Body Mass Index, Nutritional Attitudes, and Food Consumption: An Exploratory Analysis. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(5):274-280
  • Millner V, McDermott RC, Eichold BH
  • CONCLUSIONS: A large percentage of children in south Alabama were classified as overweight or obese, conditions that are preventable. Moreover, evidence suggests a lack of nutritious food in their diets. Children overall endorsed healthy eating attitudes, and those attitudes were strongly related to healthy food choices; however, their level of healthy food consumption was not related to their BMI classification. Although children in this study were from three schools and represented a variety of racial, sex, and socioeconomic systems, there were more similarities than differences in their healthy eating attitudes or behavior. These similarities highlight the need for research to examine other factors, such as southern culture, as a potential contributor to childhood obesity.
  • Assessing Mentorship Experiences of Faculty at a Military Academic Center: Challenge and Opportunity. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(5):262-267
  • McMains KC, Rodriguez RG, … Jones WS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Increased mentorship has the potential to positively affect career development in military academic military medicine. Results from this study affirm previous reports that effective mentorship potentially represents a powerful tool for faculty retention. Future study should include other military medical academic centers to assess the generalizability of these results across US military medicine.
  • And Now, Please Sign on the Dotted Line: Teaching Residents About Professional Life After Residency. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(5):256-260
  • Salib S, Valencia V, Moreno A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our results confirm that our curriculum is effective in increasing the residents' perceived understanding of restrictive covenants, malpractice insurance, negotiating skills, and job search. Our results also demonstrate that residents have a desire to learn more about job searches; negotiating skills; and contractual issues, including restrictive covenants and malpractice insurance.
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