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Library Knowledge Update: Knowledge Update July 8 2019

Knowledge Update is a weekly bulletin including feature articles across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical topics

Knowledge Update

Library Services' Knowledge Update is a weekly bulletin which includes feature articles across a wide range of topics, new physical and e-books in the Library, and websites of interest.

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Feature Articles

Mobilizing education to nurses at the bedside.
Journal for Nurses in Professional Development:2019:35(4):193-95 Full text

‘This is our liver patient…’: use of narratives during resident and nurse handoff conversations.
BMJ Quality and Safety:2019: July 3 Full text

Overseas qualified nurses’ communication with other nurses and health professionals: an observational study. AUS
Journal of Clinical Nursing:2019: June 4 Full text

Resiliency in medicine: staying connected to what matters most.
Clinical Teacher:2019: June 30 Full text

Association of coworker reports about unprofessional behavior by surgeons with surgical complications in their patients.
JAMA Surgery:2019: June 19 Full text

Suicide and second victims.
Anaesthesia:2019: July 2 Full text

Perceptions of schizophrenia in the Australian community: 2005–2017. AUS
Journal of Mental Health:2019: June 26 Full text

Reducing unnecessary sedative-hypnotic use among hospitalised older adults.
BMJ Quality and Safety:2019: July 3 Full text

Attitudes of older adults and caregivers in australia toward deprescribing.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society:2019:67(6):1204-10 Full text

Antipsychotic choice: understanding shared decision-making among doctors and patients. STV
Journal of Mental Health:2019: June 26 Full text

Opioid prescribing improvement in orthopaedic specialty unit in a tertiary hospital: a retrospective audit of hospital discharge data pre‐ and post‐intervention for better opioid prescribing practice. STV
ANZ Journal of Surgery:2019: Full text

Opioid prescribing in the emergency department of a tertiary hospital: a retrospective audit of hospital discharge data. STV
Emergency Medicine Australasia:2019: June 23 Full text

The burden of tardive dyskinesia secondary to antipsychotic medication use among patients with mental disorders.
Current Medical Research and Opinion:2019:35(7):1205-14 Full text

Frequency and risk factors for mental disorders following pancreatitis: a nationwide cohort study.
Current Medical Research and Opinion:2019:35(7):1157-64 Full text

Propofol use in children with allergies to egg, peanut, soybean or other legumes. AUS
Anaesthesia:2019: May 11 Full text

Food, fads, allergies and anaphylaxis with propofol.
Anaesthesia:2019: June 28 Full text

Reducing door-to-needle times in stroke thrombolysis to 13 min through protocol revision and simulation training: a quality improvement project in a Norwegian stroke centre.
BMJ Quality and Safety:2019: June 29 Full text

Robot assisted training for the upper limb after stroke (RATULS): a multicentre randomised controlled trial.
Lancet:2019:394(10192):51-62 Full text

Association of carpal tunnel syndrome with amyloidosis, heart failure, and adverse cardiovascular outcomes.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology:2019:74(1):15-23 Full text

The liminal world of dementia.
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry:2019: June 3 Full text

Increased creative thinking in narcolepsy.
Brain:2019:142(7):1988-99 Full text

Rituximab or cyclosporine in the treatment of membranous nephropathy.
New England Journal of Medicine:2019: 381:36-46 Full text

Evaluation of tailored falls education on older adults' behavior following hospitalization.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society:2019: July 2 Full text

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