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1956 4
1957 4
1959 2
1960 1
1961 4
1962 1
1964 1
1966 1
1967 15
1968 13
1969 12
1970 11
1971 11
1972 16
1973 5
1974 10
1975 5
1976 8
1977 5
1978 4
1979 10
1980 14
1981 7
1982 12
1983 14
1984 10
1985 16
1986 13
1987 13
1988 19
1989 24
1990 34
1991 90
1992 130
1993 137
1994 157
1995 118
1996 109
1997 123
1998 176
1999 151
2000 193
2001 196
2002 254
2003 303
2004 279
2005 278
2006 335
2007 344
2008 415
2009 460
2010 509
2011 515
2012 540
2013 529
2014 494
2015 442
2016 369
2017 447
2018 432
2019 254
2020 8
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Publication and reporting of clinical trial results: cross sectional analysis across academic medical centers.
Chen R, et al. BMJ 2016. PMID 26888209 Free PMC article.
SETTING: Academic medical centers in the United States. PARTICIPANTS: Academic medical centers with 40 or more completed interventional trials registered on ClinicalTrials.gov. ...Overall, academic medical centers disseminated results for 2892 (66%) trials, with 1560 (35.9%) achieving this within 24 months of study completion. ...
SETTING: Academic medical centers in the United States. PARTICIPANTS: Academic medical centers wit …
Outcomes in head and neck oncologic surgery at academic medical centers in the United States.
Jalisi S, et al. Laryngoscope 2013. PMID 23444189
METHODS: The University HealthSystems Consortium (UHC) database was analyzed for discharge data on all patients who underwent surgery for head and neck cancers (excluding thyroid and skin cancer) at full- member academic medical centers between quarter 4 of 2006 and quarter 4 of 2009. ...CONCLUSIONS: After controlling for other factors, academic medical centers with a higher cumulative case volume have lower rates of complications....
METHODS: The University HealthSystems Consortium (UHC) database was analyzed for discharge data on all patients who underwent surgery …
The UK medical education database (UKMED) what is it? Why and how might you use it?
Dowell J, et al. BMC Med Educ 2018. PMID 29304801 Free PMC article.
Whilst the practice of medicine is highly evidence based, medical education is much less so. Research on medical school selection, undergraduate progression, Fitness to Practise (FtP) and postgraduate careers has been hampered across the globe by the challenges of uniting the data required. ...The data currently include achievements prior to medical school entry, admissions tests, graduation point information and also all subsequent data collected by the General Medical Council, including FtP, career progression, annual National Training Survey (NTS) responses, career choice and postgraduate exam performance data. ...
Whilst the practice of medicine is highly evidence based, medical education is much less so. Research on medical school select …
An Assessment of the Academic Impact of Shock Society Members.
Milgrom DP, et al. Shock 2018. PMID 29112102 Free PMC article.
Aggregate academic metrics from the Shock Society were superior to those of the Association for Academic Surgery and generally for the Society of University Surgeons as well. These data indicate that the Shock Society represents a highly academic and productive group of investigators. For surgery faculty, membership is associated with greater academic productivity and career advancement. ...
Aggregate academic metrics from the Shock Society were superior to those of the Association for Academic Surgery and generally …
Challenges in Recruiting, Retaining and Promoting Racially and Ethnically Diverse Faculty
Kaplan SE, et al. J Natl Med Assoc 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29510845 Free PMC article.
The authors explored challenges to the recruitment, retention and promotion of underrepresented faculty among a sample of leaders at academic medical centers. METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were conducted from 2011 to 2012 with 44 senior faculty leaders, predominantly members of the Group on Diversity and Inclusion (GDI) and/or the Group on Women in Medical Sciences (GWIMS), at the 24 randomly selected medical schools of the National Faculty Survey of 1995. ...
The authors explored challenges to the recruitment, retention and promotion of underrepresented faculty among a sample of leaders at acad
Accelerating medical education: a survey of deans and program directors.
Cangiarella J, et al. Med Educ Online 2016. PMID 27301381 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: A handful of medical schools in the U.S. are awarding medical degrees after three years. While the number of three-year pathway programs is slowly increasing there is little data on the opinions of medical education leaders on the need for shortening training. ...METHODS: Online surveys were emailed to the academic deans of all U.S. medical schools and to a convenience sample of residency and fellowship PDs. ...
BACKGROUND: A handful of medical schools in the U.S. are awarding medical degrees after three years. While the number of three …
Social Media Metrics and Bibliometric Profiles of Neurosurgical Departments and Journals: Is There a Relationship?
Alotaibi NM, et al. World Neurosurg 2016. PMID 26855310
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the relationship between social media metrics and academic indices of neurosurgical programs and journals. METHODS: A 2-step online search was performed to identify official social media accounts of neurosurgical departments that were accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. ...
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the relationship between social media metrics and academic indices of neurosurgical programs and journals. …
Why do we still page each other? Examining the frequency, types and senders of pages in academic medical services.
Carlile N, et al. BMJ Qual Saf 2017. PMID 26740495
This study aims to describe how paging is currently used in an academic medical centre, including the frequency, type, urgency and sender of pages, so that improvements in communication can be better informed. STUDY SAMPLE: In order to understand what communication needs paging fulfils in a modern academic medical centre, we analysed a database of 1252 pages sent to internal medicine residents within an academic medical centre. ...
This study aims to describe how paging is currently used in an academic medical centre, including the frequency, type, urgency …
Medical clerks in a national university hospital: improving the quality of medical care with a focus on spinal surgery.
Kobayashi K, et al. Nagoya J Med Sci 2018. PMID 29581616 Free PMC article.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of the work of medical clerks on improvement of medical quality in recent years. ...This has allowed medical clerks to ask patients questions, leading to more efficient medical treatment and a potential reduction of doctors' work. ...
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of the work of medical clerks on improvement of medical quality in rec …
Advertising by academic medical centers.
Larson RJ, et al. Arch Intern Med 2005. PMID 15795340
BACKGROUND: Many academic medical centers have increased their use of advertising to attract patients. While the content of direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertisements (ads) has been studied, to our knowledge, advertising by academic medical centers has not. We aimed to characterize advertising by the nation's top academic medical centers. METHODS: We contacted all 17 medical centers named to the US News & World Report 2002 honor roll of "America's Best Hospitals" for a semistructured interview regarding their advertising practices. ...
BACKGROUND: Many academic medical centers have increased their use of advertising to attract patients. While the conten …
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