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RESOURCE: How ‘nudge theory’ can help shops avoid a backlash over plastic bag bans

On your way home tonight, you might stop at the supermarket to grab some ingredients for the evening meal. If you're like many shoppers, you'll pass through the self-service checkout, scan your items, and hurriedly place them in the conveniently waiting thin, grey plastic bag before finalising the purchase.At home,

ABSTRACT: The impact of a web-based educational program on the recognition and management of deteriorating patients

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the effectiveness of a web-based educational program to enhance enrolled nurses' knowledge and skills in the recognition and management of deteriorating patients. BACKGROUND: Ward nurses of different skill levels play a pivotal role in detecting and responding to deteriorating patients. A skill-mix of registered nurses, enrolled nurses, licensed

ABSTRACT: Education in Sepsis: A Review for the Clinician of What Works, for Whom, and in What Circumstances

Sepsis is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in both the general and obstetric populations. Concerns have been raised regarding some cases of substandard care in the management of the septic and there is a real need for continuing multidisciplinary medical education in the recognition and management of the

ABSTRACT: The Use of the Delphi and Other Consensus Group Methods in Medical Education Research: A Review

PURPOSE: Consensus group methods, such as the Delphi method and nominal group technique (NGT), are used to synthesize expert opinions when evidence is lacking. Despite their extensive use, these methods are inconsistently applied. Their use in medical education research has not been well studied. The authors set out to describe the

ABSTRACT: Are You Sure You Want to Do That? Fostering the Responsible Conduct of Medical Education Research

Engaging in questionable research practices (QRPs) is a noted problem across many disciplines, including medical education. While QRPs are rarely discussed in the context of medical education, that does not mean that medical education researchers are immune. Therefore, the authors seek to raise medical educators' awareness of the responsible conduct