2 edition of Influence of educational interventions on the test ordering patterns of physicians found in the catalog.
Influence of educational interventions on the test ordering patterns of physicians
by Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment in Ottawa
Written in English
|Other titles||L"Influence des interventions éducatives sur les habitudes des médecins face à la prescription des examens.|
|Statement||project director, Devidas Menon ; research assistant, Sharon Sommerhalder.|
|Contributions||Menon, Devidas., Sommerhalder, Sharon., Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment.|
|LC Classifications||R735 .I54 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
|ISBN 10||18955611140, 1895561175|
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Title(s): Influence of educational interventions on the test ordering patterns of physicians/ project director, Devidas Menon. Country of Publication: Canada Publisher: Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment,  Description: 17 p.
To determine the impact of an educational program designed to modify test ordering behavior in an academic Emergency Department (ED), an observational, before-and-after study was conducted at a university tertiary referral center and Emergency Medicine (EM) residency by: However, only a small positive impact was observed on test ordering, and evidence was insufficient to judge the cost-effectiveness and the impact of the reviewed systems on patient outcomes.
48 Recent Cochrane reviews investigating the impact of electronic point-of-care reminders and paper-based reminders showed small to modest improvements in Cited by: Evidence suggests that factors that influence physician test-ordering behaviors range broadly beyond physician knowledge and local practice patterns.
These comprise of interventions aimed at tackling both the overutilization and underutilization of tests through strategies such as including cost displays on electronic order forms, facilitating educational workshops, and providing feedback to physicians on their test-ordering patterns [17–19].
However, the effectiveness of these strategies Cited by: The aim of this intervention is to change and modify wrong beliefs and attitudes about chronic low back pain of physicians and nurses working in primary care settings, using a web-based educational tool with the additional result of increasing knowledge on pain neurophysiology and reducing fear-avoidance beliefs.
A study of cardiovascular nuclear medicine procedures  concluded that a physician's level of professional training, academic affiliation, or degree of expertise with the cardiac isotopic testing technics did not correlate with test-ordering patterns and did not influence the use of test results on developing a future management by: test ordering in primary care have implemented.
These comprise of interventions aimed at tackling both the overutilization and underutilization of tests through strategies such as including cost displays on electronic order forms, facilitating educational workshops, and providing feedback to physicians on their test-ordering patterns [17–19].Cited by: Success of Online Educational Interventions on the Evaluation and Management of Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension Chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) is a life-threatening complication of acute pulmonary embolism (PE), although not all patients presenting with CTEPH have a history of clinically overt PE.
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The most common outcome measured was the rate of test ordering, but the effect on appropriateness, test ordering patterns and cost were also measured. 4 studies were : John M. Eisenberg. Patients undergo blood draw (phlebotomy) for laboratory testing when they are hospitalized for acute illnesses.
1,2 Both the increase in acuity of hospitalized patients and the availability of new laboratory tests to diagnose or monitor disease have led to increasing numbers of laboratory and other diagnostic test orders.
Such trends are evident from recent statistics Cited by: likely affect physicians’ tendencies for test ordering. In this study, we reviewed the literature on non-EBM physician determinants of test-ordering practices. Our goal was to delineate the factors that sway physicians away from evidence-based test ordering and identify possible targets of intervention for changing practice patterns.
METHods. This NCEE Reference Report, Estimating the Impacts of Educational Interventions Using State Tests or Study-Administered Tests, identifies and describes the factors that could affect the precision of impact estimates when evaluations use state assessments instead of study-administered tests.
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Department of Education. educational interventions for teaching emergency medicine (EM) knowledge, skills, and attitudes outside of the clinical setting. The objective was to summarize both medical and nonmedical education literature and report the consensus formation methods and results.
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In view of the evidence from other studies that a single intervention has only a small effect in professional practice, ‘Reflective Practice’ could form part of a multi-faceted intervention to address other issues adversely affecting practice performance (e.g.
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