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Library Knowledge Update: Knowledge Update May 20 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.

Access to full text articles is available both on and offsite using a St Vincent's login.

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Feature Articles

Malnutrition screening and assessment in hospitalised older people: a review. AUS
Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging:2019:23(5):431-41 Full text

Saturday allied health services for geriatric evaluation and management: a controlled before‐and‐after trial. AUS
Australasian Journal on Ageing:2019: May 9 Full text

Restricting the number of open patient records in the electronic health record: is the record half open or half closed?
JAMA:2019: 321(18):1771-73 Full text

The World Health Organization trauma checklist versus Trauma Team Time‐out: A perspective.
Emergency Medicine Australasia:2019: May 13 Full text

Development and evaluation of an organisational culture change intervention in residential aged care facilities. AUS
Australasian Journal on Ageing:2019: May 9 Full text

The handover room: a qualitative enquiry into the experience of morning clinical handover for acute medical teams. AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2019:49(5):607-14 Full text

Straddling medical specialties: should we have more comprehensive advanced training? AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2019:49(5):669-71 Full text

Hip fractures in patients with chronic kidney disease admitted to Victorian hospitals. AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2019:49(5):658-61 Full text

In‐hospital morbidity and mortality among patients from residential respite care. AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2019: May 12 Full text

‘Looking after the survivors’: the health of a cohort of long‐term human immunodeficiency virus patients 25 years on. AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2019:49(5):592-97 Full text

The ‘do it yourself’ type 1 diabetes dilemma for medical practitioners. AUS
Internal Medicine Journal:2019:49(5):559-61 Full text

The complexities of the borderline patient: how much more complex when considering physical health? STV
Australasian Psychiatry:2019: May 9 Full text

Precision medicine in internal medicine.
Annals of Internal Medicine:2019: 170(9):635-642 Full text

Antibacterial envelope to prevent cardiac implantable device infection.
New England Journal of Medicine:2019: 380:1895-1905 Full text

Age at diagnosis of type 2 diabetes mellitus and associations with cardiovascular and mortality risks.
Ciruclation:2019: 139(19):2228–37 Full text

Association of unrecognized obstructive sleep apnea with postoperative cardiovascular events in patients undergoing major noncardiac surgery.
JAMA:2019:321(18):1788-98 Full text

Association of habitual glucosamine use with risk of cardiovascular disease: prospective study in UK Biobank.
BMJ: 2019:365:l1628 Full text

Derivation and external validation of a scoring system for predicting fracture risk after ischemic stroke in a Canadian cohort.
JAMA Neurology:2019: May 13 Full text

Comprehensive systematic review summary: treatment of tics in people with Tourette syndrome and chronic tic disorders.
Neurology:2019:92(19):896-906 Full text

Chronic use of tramadol after acute pain episode: cohort study.
BMJ: 2019;365:l1849 Full text

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Many health libraries, including this one, have introduced online books for our clients.

We hope that you will use them as they are current, widely accessible, and you don't have to lug the physical boom around.

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