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  • ACR TI-RADS: Pitfalls, Solutions, and Future Directions. [Journal Article]
    Radiographics 2019; :190026Tappouni RR, Itri JN, … Ou JJ
  • The high prevalence of thyroid nodules combined with the generally indolent growth of thyroid cancer present a challenge for optimal patient care. Risk classification models based on US features have been created by multiple professional societies, including the American College of Radiology (ACR), which published the Thyroid Imaging Reporting and Data System (TI-RADS) in 2017. ACR TI-RADS uses a…
  • Noise and Occupational Medicine: Common Practice Problems. [Journal Article]
    J Occup Environ Med 2018Phillips A, Cooney R, … Hodgson M
  • : Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) represents the second most common occupational disease in the US. Although the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has promulgated an occupational noise exposure standard and associated recordkeeping requirements, OSHA inspections increasingly document practices that violate both the noise standard and recordkeeping regulation. This paper descr…
  • Understanding Debriefing: A Qualitative Study of Event Reconstruction at an Academic Medical Center. [Journal Article]
    Acad Med 2019Sweeney RE, Clapp JT, … Fleisher LA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Debriefing is one of several stages of interaction that occur after a critical event; all stages play a role in shaping how the event is interpreted and remembered. Because of its dynamic role in constituting the nature of events and residents' role in them, debriefing can be a high-stakes interaction for residents, which can contribute to their reluctance to engage in it. The function and quality of debriefing can be assessed in more insightful fashion by understanding its relation to the other stages of event reconstruction.
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