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Determinants of the Nuclear Localization of the Heterodimeric DNA Fragmentation Factor (Icad/Cad)
- D. Lechardeur, Luke Drzymala, +7 authors G. Lukacs
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of cell biology
- 24 July 2000
Programmed cell death or apoptosis leads to the activation of the caspase-activated DNase (CAD), which degrades chromosomal DNA into nucleosomal fragments. Biochemical studies revealed that CAD forms… Expand
Procedural experience and comfort level in internal medicine trainees
- C. Hicks, R. Gonzales, M. T. Morton, R. Gibbons, R. Wigton, R. J. Anderson
- Journal of General Internal Medicine
- 1 October 2000
BACKGROUND: The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) has recommended a specific number of procedures be done as a minimum standard for ensuring competence in various medical procedures. These… Expand
Do Emergency Physicians and Medical Students Find It Unethical to ‘Look up’ Their Patients on Facebook or Google?
- M. Ben-Yakov, Ahmed Kayssi, Jennifer D. Bernardo, C. Hicks, K. Devon
- The western journal of emergency medicine
- 25 February 2015
Introduction The use of search engines and online social media (OSM) websites by healthcare providers is increasing and may even be used to search for patient information. This raises several ethical… Expand
Beyond crisis resource management: new frontiers in human factors training for acute care medicine
Purpose of review Error is ubiquitous in medicine, particularly during critical events and resuscitation. A significant proportion of adverse events can be attributed to inadequate team-based skills… Expand
Building a simulation-based crisis resource management course for emergency medicine, phase 1: Results from an interdisciplinary needs assessment survey.
- C. Hicks, G. Bandiera, C. J. Denny
- Academic emergency medicine : official journal of…
- 1 November 2008
INTRODUCTION Emergency department (ED) resuscitation requires the coordinated efforts of an interdisciplinary team. Human errors are common and have a negative impact on patient safety. Although… Expand
S.T.A.R.T.T.: Development of a national, multidisciplinary trauma crisis resource management curriculum—Results from the pilot course
- M. Ziesmann, S. Widder, +9 authors L. Gillman
- The journal of trauma and acute care surgery
- 1 October 2013
BACKGROUND Most medical errors are nontechnical and include failures in team communication, situational awareness, resource use, and leadership. Other high-risk industries have adopted team-based… Expand
Trauma Non-Technical Training (TNT-2): the development, piloting and multilevel assessment of a simulation-based, interprofessional curriculum for team-based trauma resuscitation.
- A. Doumouras, Itay Keshet, A. Nathens, N. Ahmed, C. Hicks
- Canadian journal of surgery. Journal canadien de…
- 1 October 2014
Medical error is common during trauma resuscitations. Most errors are nontechnical, stemming from ineffective team leadership, nonstandardized communication among team members, lack of global… Expand
A crisis of faith? A review of simulation in teaching team-based, crisis management skills to surgical trainees.
- A. Doumouras, Itay Keshet, A. B. Nathens, N. Ahmed, C. Hicks
- Journal of surgical education
- 1 May 2012
BACKGROUND Team-based training using crisis resource management (CRM) has gained popularity as a strategy to minimize the impact of medical error during critical events. The purpose of this review… Expand
Mental practice: a simple tool to enhance team-based trauma resuscitation.
INTRODUCTION Effective trauma resuscitation requires the coordinated efforts of an interdisciplinary team. Mental practice (MP) is defined as the mental rehearsal of activity in the absence of gross… Expand
Crisis Resources for Emergency Workers (CREW II): results of a pilot study and simulation-based crisis resource management course for emergency medicine residents.
OBJECTIVES Emergency department resuscitation requires the coordinated efforts of an interdisciplinary team. Aviation-based crisis resource management (CRM) training can improve safety and… Expand