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Library Knowledge Update: Knowledge Update October 28 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.

St. Vincent's Hospital staff wishing to be notified when a new issue has been published can join the notification list by contacting 

Feature Articles

Reflections: a perspective on homeless patients in the emergency department.
Annals of Emergency Medicine:2019:74(5 Suppl.):S45-46 Full text

Connecting simulation and quality improvement: how can healthcare simulation really improve patient care? AUS
BMJ Quality and Safety:2019:28(11):862-65 Full text

Association between cultural factors and readmissions: the mediating effect of hospital discharge practices and care-transition preparedness.
BMJ Quality and Safety:2019:28(11):866-74 Full text

A review of code blue activations in a single regional Australian healthcare service: A retrospective descriptive study of RISKMAN data. AUS
Journal of Clinical Nursing:2019: October 21 Full text

Effect of a professional coaching intervention on the well-being and distress of physicians: a pilot randomized clinical trial.
JAMA Internal Medicine:2019: 179(10):1406-14 Full text

The mind-heart-body connection.
Circulation:2019: 140(17):1363–65 Full text

Including ethnic and cultural diversity in dementia research. AUS
Medical Journal of Australia:2019:211(8):345-46 Full text

Diagnosis and management of dementia: review.
JAMA:2019: 322(16):1589-99 Full text

Managing delirium and agitation in the older emergency department patient: the ADEPT tool.
Annals of Emergency Medicine:2019: September 26 Full text

Effect of the tailored, family-involved hospital elder life program on postoperative delirium and function in older adults: a randomized clinical trial.
JAMA Internal Medicine:2019: October 21 Full text

Association of patient priorities–aligned decision-making with patient outcomes and ambulatory health care burden among older adults with multiple chronic conditions: a nonrandomized clinical trial.
JAMA Internal Medicine:2019: October 7 Full text

End-of-life care in intellectual disability: a retrospective cross-sectional study.
BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care:2019: October 19 Full text

End‐of‐life care following leg amputation in patients with peripheral artery disease or diabetes.
British Journal of Surgery:2019: October 14 Full text

Opioid use prior to elective surgery is strongly associated with persistent use following surgery: an analysis of 14 354 Medicare patients. STV
Internal Medicine Journal:2019: October 21 Full text

Device closure for patent foramen ovale in patients with cryptogenic stroke: a paradigm in evidence. STV
Medical Journal of Australia:2019:211(8):343-44 Full text

Neurodegenerative disease mortality among former professional soccer players.
New England Journal of Medicine:2019: October 21 Full text

Accessibility of medical diagnostic equipment for patients with disability: observations from physicians.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation:2019:100(11):2032-38 Full text

Stress related disorders and subsequent risk of life threatening infections: population based sibling controlled cohort study.
BMJ:2019: 367:l5784 Full text

Google Versus PubMed: comparison of Google and PubMed’s search tools for answering clinical questions in the emergency department.
Annals of Emergency Medicine:2019: October 14 Full text

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Browzine is an app for desktop, laptop, iPad, iPhone and Android that makes it easy to find, read and keep up to date with your favourite ejournals:

  • Create a personal bookshelf of favourite journals
  • Easily read complete scholarly journals in a format that is optimized for tablet devices
  • Be alerted when new editions of journals are published
  • Build reading lists of articles with durable links
  • Export citations

How to get started

From your computer:

  1. Access BrowZine by going to
  2. If offsite, you will be prompted to enter your SVHM login and password when first accessing a journal that requires authentication.

From your mobile device:

  1. Download BrowZine from your App Store
  2. Open the app and select St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne from the list of institutions.
  3. You will be prompted to enter your SVHM login and password when first accessing a journal that requires authentication.
  4. Create a personal Browzine account to add journals to the Bookshelf. This will also allow you to see when new articles are available.