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  • Factors Associated with the Use of Meditation, U.S. Adults 2017. [Journal Article]
    J Altern Complement Med 2019Macinko J, Upchurch DM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Meditation is one of the most common forms of complementary and alternative medicine in the United States today. While its health benefits are still emerging, public health practitioners and clinicians should be aware of the increasing use of these therapies to treat common health problems, their relatively low prevalence among some groups that might benefit from them (such as older people, those with less healthy lifestyles, and men), and their higher use among those who face barriers to obtaining conventional care.
  • The Essence of Systems Chemistry. [Journal Article]
    Life (Basel) 2019; 9(3)Strazewski P
  • Systems Chemistry investigates the upkeep of specific interactions of an exceptionally broad choice of objects over longer periods of time than the average time of existence of the objects themselves. This maintenance of a dynamic state focuses on conditions where the objects are thermodynamically not very stable and should be rare or virtually inexistent. It does not matter whether they are homo…
  • Optimizing Preanesthesia Care for the Gynecologic Patient. [Journal Article]
    Obstet Gynecol 2019; 134(2):395-408Dowdy SC, Kalogera E, Scott M
  • In the past, best practices for perioperative management have been based as much on dogma as science. The creation of optimized perioperative pathways, known as enhanced recovery after surgery, has been shown to simultaneously improve patient outcomes and reduce cost. In this article, we critically review interventions (and omission of interventions) that should be considered by every surgical te…
  • Professionalism as the Bedrock of High-Value Care. [Journal Article]
    Acad Med 2019Marcotte LM, Moriates C, … Frankel RM
  • "High-value care" has become a popular mantra and a call to action among health system leaders, policy makers, and educators who are advocating widespread practice changes to reduce costs, minimize overuse, and optimize outcomes in the United States. Regrettably, current research does not demonstrate significant progress in improving high-value care. Many investigators have looked to payment mode…
  • Hybrid PET/MRI in major cancers: a scoping review. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging 2019; 46(10):2138-2151Morsing A, Hildebrandt MG, … Høilund-Carlsen PF
  • CONCLUSIONS: The scoping review methodology resulted in the identification of a huge number of records, of which less than 5% were suitable for inclusion and only a limited number allowed conclusions on the advantages/disadvantages of PET/MRI compared to PET/CT in the oncological setting. There was evidence to support the use of FDG PET/MRI in staging of nasopharyngeal cancer and high-risk BC. Preliminary data indicate the superiority of PET/MRI for the detection of local recurrence in PC, local tumour invasion in cervical cancer, and liver metastases in colorectal cancer. These conclusions are based on small datasets and need to be further explored.
  • How do we target the factors that maintain anorexia nervosa? A behaviour change taxonomical analysis. [Journal Article]
    Int Rev Psychiatry 2019; 31(4):403-410Leonidas C, Nazar BP, … Santos MA
  • All psychological treatments for anorexia nervosa appear to have equal (albeit modest) effects. This may be explained because they target similar processes. Although different psychological treatments have been developed for anorexia nervosa treatment, their taxonomical components have not been compared. This study undertook a taxonomical analysis of behaviour change techniques (BCTs), using the …
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