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Educating Physicians to be Leaders

2019 26 Aug

Summary: For the clinician leaders healthcare desperately needs, training has to begin in medical school and continue throughout a career.   The connection between great leaders and successful organisations that effectively innovate to remain competitive and provide shareholder value has been well demonstrated in business. To that end, many... Read more

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Vitalis Conference 2020

2020 25 Aug

POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19 HEALTH CONCERNS NEW DATES: AUGUST 25-27, 2020 Find Vitalis on Social Media   Read more

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Why doctors need leadership training

2018 13 Nov

Medicine involves leadership. In fact, to be a physician is to lead, says an article published online in Harvard Business Review. Unfortunately, as the article notes, physicians are not taught how to lead even though medical schools have designated “leadership” as a core medical competency. Early in their residency training, for example, resident physicians... Read more

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Eurosynapses: Recruitment Trip by Mouwasat Medical Services

2016 23 Feb

Eurosynapses would like to inform you that the Mouwasat Medical Services, one of the biggest hospital groups in Middle East, will visit Athens on 27- 29 February 2016. The aim of the trip is to hire physicians for Consultant positions who are interested to work in Middle East. The Mouwasat Medical Services is mainly interested in the following specialties... Read more

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Shared Decision-Making in Germany: Patient and Physician Perspectives

2015 26 Oct

Shared decision making is now anchored in the Law on Patient Rights and the Professional Code for Physicians in Germany. Under this new model, both the doctor and patient will decide which treatment to perform. Both parties will exchange information about the patient's disease and treatment options and will jointly choose one treatment.  Two original... Read more

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Survey: Duty Hours Impact on Smoking Habits

2015 25 Oct

According to a survey conducted by researchers from the Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center in Manila, Philippines, there may be a link between the number of hours physicians are on duty and the prevalance of smoking. The findings will be presented at CHEST 2015 on October 26 at Palais des congrès de Montréal. The survey was conducted to investigate... Read more

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Leadership in Healthcare

2015 26 May

According to a systematic review of 45 studies, leadership development programmes for physicians are associated with increased self-assessed knowledge and expertise. The review was conducted by Professor Jan Frich at University of Oslo and colleagues at Yale School of Public Health and is published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. The... Read more

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Tech-Savvy Doctors Improve Patient Care

2014 05 Aug

Health technology, which lets physicians access real-time data critical in making care decisions, can do a lot towards improving quality of care. As such, technology can be expensive for hospitals. This question then arises: Is it worth the cost? Generally, for health systems, getting doctors' support to cut costs is always a big challenge. "Traditionally... Read more

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Bust that Stress! Tips for Healthcare Providers

2014 02 Jun

In most jobs, recognising and learning to manage daily stress is critical to a successful performance. Healthcare industry workers are particularly prone to pressure, having to complete quotas and targets and assist patients around the clock. They are frequently faced with life-or-death scenarios, traumatic events or overflowing waiting rooms. ... Read more

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Philips Announces Milestone in Largest Ever Sleep Apnea Clinical Trial

2014 19 Feb

Sleep Apnea cardioVascular Endpoints (SAVE) study examines impact of leading obstructive sleep apnea treatment on cardiovascular disease Royal Philips, a major sponsor of the Sleep Apnea cardioVascular Endpoints (SAVE) study, has announced that the study has reached its enrollment goal of 2,500 patients, spread across seven countries and 84... Read more