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Schreiber – Ethical Issues in the ICU

University of Maryland CC Project

Disease/Critical Care Medicine at MedStar Washington Hospital Center presents a talk entitled "Ethical Issues in the ICU" as part of the DC5 lecture series.

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Ondansetron Impact | ROSC post WLST | C. diff in Babies | MD Behavior Change | Landmark AAP Feb Neo

JournalFeed

We cover ondansetron impact in children, a case of pediatric ROSC post withdrawal of care and ethical issues, C. It’s the JournalFeed Podcast for the week of August 30 - September 3, 2021. difficile testing in babies, how to really change physician behavior, and the landmark AAP guidelines for febrile neonates/infants.

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Comprehensive Dementia Care in Dentistry Training

American Medical Compliance

What you will learn: Effective communication strategies tailored for patients with dementia The importance of patient-centered care in dentistry for individuals with dementia Managing challenging behaviors commonly seen in dementia patients The complexities of pain assessment in patients with dementia Common oral health problems in patients with dementia (..)

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Navigating Social Media, Online Reviews, & HIPAA

Total Medical ComplianceHIPAA

Here are a few ideas to avoid an OCR investigation and penalty, breach, and/or an ethical issue: Avoid the urge to reply right away to a negative review. Reducing the likelihood of a mistake takes a few easy steps and some reminders from time to time. Consider having your privacy officer read the reply before it is posted.

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SGEM Xtra: Relax – Damm It!

The Skeptics' Guide to EM

His area of expertise is in legal, policy and ethical issues in medical research and its commercialization. Tim is a Canadian professor of law at the University of Alberta, the Research Director of its Health Law Institute, and current Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy. A User’s Guide to the Age of Anxiety.

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Tips for Real-Time Information Sharing with Patients

ACEP Now

In turn, concerns have arisen regarding when information blocking is appropriate and what ethical issues emergency department (ED) physicians must consider prior to information blocking. 2 Information blocking is any practice that is “likely to interfere with access, exchange, or use of [EHI].”