TITLE

Training Teams for the Perioperative Environment: A Research Agenda

PUB. DATE
September 2006
SOURCE
Surgical Innovation;Sep2006, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p170
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
No abstract available.
ACCESSION #
23411090

 

Related Articles

  • Cancer Research UK. Craig, Tara // Personnel Today;9/16/2008, p53 

    The article reports that Cancer Research UK has a staff of 4,000 and a further 4,000 funded scientists and are training the next generation of cancer scientists and doctors'. The charity has seen significant input from its graduates. One played a huge part in a recent procurement review, and...

  • Business, Accountancy and the Environment : A Policy and Research Agenda. Collier, John // Accountancy;Nov92, Vol. 110 Issue 1191, p78 

    Reviews the book 'Business, Accountancy and the Environment: A Policy and Research Agenda.'

  • Alberta's new health research paradigms: Are graduate students being prepared for interdisciplinary team research? Duthie, Katherine; Riddell, Meghan; Weller, Carol; Coltan, Lavinia I.; Benzies, Karen; Olson, David M. // Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Jun2010, Vol. 33 Issue 3, pE213 

    Strategic prioritization of research agendas to address health problems with a large social and economic burden has increased the demand for interdisciplinary research. Universities have addressed the need for interdisciplinary research in their strategic documents. However, research training to...

  • Pain assessment in small animal practice. Hunt, James // Companion Animal (2053-0889);2014, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p125 

    Despite rational perioperative analgesic prescription, a proportion of feline and canine patients will experience moderate-to-severe pain. Species-specific acute pain scales can be used to identify animals requiring further analgesia, and examples of validated pain scales are presented....

  • Make training meaningful.  // Las Vegas Business Press;08/25/97, Vol. 14 Issue 34, p13 

    Offers advice on how to make an employee training successful. Consideration of the impact of the training facility on the planned agenda; Elimination of unnecessary distraction in the environment; Importance of color in promoting a training or buying environment.

  • A research agenda for libraries. Lynden, Frederick C. // Publishing Research Quarterly;Fall94, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p36 

    Proposes a research agenda for libraries focusing on ten problem areas. Costs of information; Funding for libraries; Electronic provision of services; Preservation; Document delivery; Copyright and licensing; Out-sourcing; Staff education and training; Organizational environment; Role of libraries.

  • Setting a Research Agenda for Perioperative Systems Design. Sandberg, Warren S.; Ganous, Timothy J.; Steiner, Charles // Seminars in Laparoscopic Surgery;Jun2003, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p57 

    Perioperative care may be considered as a system amenable to industrial design approaches. The current care model Is disjointed, prone to breakdown by failure of one component, and hostile to personnel. Moving a patient as a person and data set through the flow of perioperative care is not only...

  • Business Accountancy and the Environment: A Policy and Research Agenda (Book). Specht, Linda B. // Accounting & Business Research (Wolters Kluwer UK);Autumn93, Vol. 23 Issue 92, p525 

    Reviews the book "Business Accountancy and the Environment: A Policy and Research Agenda," edited by R. Macve and A. Carey.

  • Improving the Health of Workers in Indoor Environments: Priority Research Needs for a National Occupational Research Agenda. Mendell, Mark J.; Fisk, William J.; Kreiss, Kathleen; Levin, Hal; Alexander, Darryl; Cain, William S.; Girman, John R.; Hines, Cynthia J.; Jensen, Paul A.; Milton, Donald K.; Rexroat, Larry P.; Willingford, Kenneth M. // American Journal of Public Health;Sep2002, Vol. 92 Issue 9, p1430 

    Indoor nonindustrial work environments were designated a priority research area through the nationwide stakeholder process that created the National Occupational Research Agenda. A multidisciplinary research team used member consensus and quantitative estimates, with extensive external review,...

  • Pressure ulcer risk in the peri-operative environment. Scott, Eileen M.; Buckland, Richard // Nursing Standard;10/26/2005, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p74 

    Every patient attending the operating theatre will at some stage be at risk of developing a pressure ulcer. Some of the important issues associated with pressure ulcer risk in the peri-operative environment are discussed. There are gaps in the knowledge base and a need for further research-...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics