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The SQUIRE (Standards for QUality Improvement Reporting Excellence) guidelines for quality improvement reporting: explanation and elaboration
As the science of quality improvement in health care advances, the importance of sharing its accomplishments through the published literature increases. Current reporting of improvement work inExpand
Do-not-resuscitate orders and medical futility.
This report addresses the difficult situation in which a patient or surrogate decision maker wishes cardiopulmonary resuscitation to be attempted even though the physician believes that resuscitationExpand
Ten myths about decision-making capacity.
As a matter of practical reality, what role patients will play in decisions about their health care is determined by whether their clinicians judge them to have decision-making capacity. Because soExpand
Pitfalls in assessment of decision-making capacity.
A total of 395 consultation-liaison psychiatrists, geriatricians, and geriatric psychologists responded to a survey that asked them to rate the frequency and importance to clinical care of 23Expand
Explanation and elaboration of the SQUIRE (Standards for Quality Improvement Reporting Excellence) Guidelines, V.2.0: examples of SQUIRE elements in the healthcare improvement literature
TLDR
This Explanation and Elaboration document (E&E) is a companion to the revised SQUIRE guidelines, SQUIRE 2.0. Expand
Putting “Rural” Into Psychiatry Residency Training Programs
ObjectiveEvidence indicates disparities in the number of psychiatrists practicing in rural America compared to urban areas suggesting the need for a greater emphasis on rural psychiatry in residencyExpand
The dance.
  • W. Nelson
  • Medicine
  • Journal of cancer education : the official…
  • 1995
Dance is an art form, an integral part of education, an element of interdisciplinary experimentation and a part of daily life. Dance courses focus on the study and/or practice of various danceExpand
Ten myths about decision-making capacity.
As a matter of practical reality, what role patients will play in decisions about their health care is determined by whether their clinicians judge them to have decision-making capacity. Because soExpand
A proposed rural healthcare ethics agenda
The unique context of the rural setting provides special challenges to furnishing ethical healthcare to its approximately 62 million inhabitants. Although rural communities are widely diverse, mostExpand
Preventing ethics conflicts and improving healthcare quality through system redesign
Background Ethics and quality care are common drivers for healthcare organisations. Both are based on ethics principles that are the foundation for quality, and are synergistic with the Institute ofExpand
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