Sharon P Bord

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BACKGROUND In most countries rates of immunizations of health care workers with recommended vaccines are not satisfactory. OBJECTIVES To identify reasons behind the low rates of compliance of Israeli nurses in Mother and Child Healthcare Centers (MCHC) with an official request for pertussis vaccination. METHODS Three focus groups were conducted.(More)
Trauma to the eye represents approximately 3% of all emergency department visits in the United States. Rapid assessment and examination following trauma to the eye is crucial. A thorough knowledge of potential injuries is imperative to ensure rapid diagnosis, to prevent further damage to the eye, and to preserve visual capacity. This article describes the(More)
INTRODUCTION Assessment of medical students in their emergency medicine (EM) clerkship is often based on clinical shift evaluations and written examinations. Clinical evaluations offer some insight into students’ ability to apply knowledge to clinical problems, but are notoriously unreliable, with score variance that may be driven as much by error as by(More)
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