ISSN 1836-1935. The Journal for Research and Innovation in Health Care

February, 09 2016
Context may explain demand in Emergency Departments

The reasons why demand at EDs is increasing begins with an understa...

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February, 09 2016
Work with employers to improve health

Annual profits confirm whether the staff of a company performed wel...

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February, 09 2016
The most effective way to improve health outcomes

There is no doubt that the demand for healthcare is rising in paral...

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February, 09 2016
How to communicate risk and benefit

When an adverse event is projected to be years in the future (a str...

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February, 09 2016
The way you practice medicine is about to change

Healthcare reform is inevitable. We are not doing enough to meet th...

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February, 09 2016
How you might stumble during a marathon medical career

Medicine is an art. Sure there is science involved but in essence i...

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February, 09 2016
Primary care is not a panacea

If primary care needs to be reformed than the first issue is to ...

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February, 09 2016
You can earn a living without making a difference

Several different colleagues had seen the patient over the years. H...

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February, 09 2016
Meet the emotion that drives fresh ideas

Frustration is a powerful emotion to be greeted as the most effecti...

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February, 09 2016
Your idea could save lives

In some countries it is easier to track people who fail to turn up ...

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February, 09 2016
Are doctors OK with being fallible?

It starts in medical school. Student’s, especially those who are ...

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February, 09 2016
Some experiences recalibrate the patient’s response to health practitioner support

Breast cancer along with many other conditions where the patient is...

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February, 09 2016
In a call to action timing is everything

The evidence from research is that pregnancy and hospitalisation ha...

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February, 09 2016
Nurture the most potent pro-innovation quality

What we value most in any work place are problem solvers. Such peop...

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