HEIDI: an experiment-management platform enabling high-throughput fragment and compound screening
The Swiss Light Source facilitates fragment-based drug-discovery campaigns for   academic and industrial users through the Fast Fragment and Compound Screening (FFCS) software suite. This framework is further enriched by the option to utilize the Smart Digital User (SDU) software for automated data collection across the PXI, PXII and PXIII beamlines. In this work, the newly developed HEIDI webpage (https://heidi.psi.ch) is introduced: a platform crafted using state-of-the-art software architecture and web technologies for sample management of rotational data experiments. The HEIDI webpage features a data-review tab for en...
Source: Acta Crystallographica Section D - April 12, 2024 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Metz, A. Stegmann, D.P. Panepucci, E.H. Buehlmann, S. Huang, C.-Y. McAuley, K.E. Wang, M. Wojdyla, J.A. Sharpe, M.E. Smith, K.M.L. Tags: HEIDI FFCS software suite data management fragment screening high-throughput crystallography research papers Source Type: research

Sensors, Vol. 24, Pages 2478: Comprehensive Assessment of Artificial Intelligence Tools for Driver Monitoring and Analyzing Safety Critical Events in Vehicles
Sarkar Human factors are a primary cause of vehicle accidents. Driver monitoring systems, utilizing a range of sensors and techniques, offer an effective method to monitor and alert drivers to minimize driver error and reduce risky driving behaviors, thus helping to avoid Safety Critical Events (SCEs) and enhance overall driving safety. Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools, in particular, have been widely investigated to improve the efficiency and accuracy of driver monitoring or analysis of SCEs. To better understand the state-of-the-art practices and potential directions for AI tools in this domain, this work is an in...
Source: Sensors - April 12, 2024 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Guangwei Yang Christie Ridgeway Andrew Miller Abhijit Sarkar Tags: Review Source Type: research

Difficult-to-treat (DTR) < em > Pseudomonas aeruginosa < /em > harboring Verona-Integron metallo- β-lactamase ( < em > bla < /em > < sub > VIM < /sub > ): infection management and molecular analysis
This study was conducted in a large academic healthcare system in Miami, FL, between December 2018 and January 2022. Patients were prospectively identified via rapid molecular diagnostics when cultures revealed carbapenem-resistant P. aeruginosa. Alerts were received in real time by the antimicrobial stewardship program and infection prevention teams. Upon alert recognition, a series of interventions were performed as a coordinated effort. A retrospective chart review was conducted to collect patient demographics, antimicrobial therapy, and clinical outcomes. Thirty-nine VIM-CRPA isolates led to infection in 21 patients. T...
Source: Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy - April 11, 2024 Category: Microbiology Authors: Ana D Vega Kailynn DeRonde Adriana Jimenez Michael Piazza Christine Vu Octavio Martinez Laura J Rojas Steven Marshall Mohamad Yasmin Robert A Bonomo Lilian M Abbo Source Type: research

Trajectories of school refusal: sequence analysis using retrospective parent reports
AbstractSchool refusal (SR) is a form of school attendance problem (SAP) that requires specific mental health care. Despite improvements in the definition of SAPs, the course of SR is not well characterized. To explore three-year patterns of SR course in children, as reported by their parents, we deployed an anonymous web-based survey. We defined SR onset as the absence of  ≥ 2 school weeks during one academic year, combined with emotional distress. We defined standard SR trajectories using sequence analysis of parents’ recollection of three consecutive years of school attendance. We obtained 1970 responses, 1328 (...
Source: European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry - April 11, 2024 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: research

Cultural competency and ethical behavior for collaboration in limited-resource settings: Guidelines from the Society of University Surgeons Academic Global Surgery Committee and the Association for Academic Global Surgery
There are an increasing number of global surgery activities worldwide. With such tremendous growth, there is a potential risk for untoward interactions between high-income country members and low-middle income country members, leading to programmatic failure, poor results, and/or low impact. (Source: Surgery)
Source: Surgery - April 11, 2024 Category: Surgery Authors: George Yang, Abebe Bekele, Sanjay Krishnaswami, Emmanuel Ameh, Ziad Sifri, Oseremen Aisuodionoe-Shadrach, Mamta Swaroop, Susan Orloff, Fizan Abdullah, Benedict Nwomeh, Mike Chen, Anthony Charles, Constantine Ezeme, Catherine Juillard, Catarina Menezes, Mu Source Type: research

Molecules, Vol. 29, Pages 1723: Copper(I) Iodide Thin Films: Deposition Methods and Hole-Transporting Performance
ner The pursuit of p-type semiconductors has garnered considerable attention in academia and industry. Among the potential candidates, copper iodide (CuI) stands out as a highly promising p-type material due to its conductivity, cost-effectiveness, and low environmental impact. CuI can be employed to create thin films with &amp;gt;80% transparency within the visible range (400&amp;ndash;750 nm) and utilizing various low-temperature, scalable deposition techniques. This review summarizes the deposition techniques for CuI as a hole-transport material and their performance in perovskite solar cells, thin-film tran...
Source: Molecules - April 11, 2024 Category: Chemistry Authors: Mahboubeh Jamshidi James M. Gardner Tags: Review Source Type: research

Sensors, Vol. 24, Pages 2437: Wearable Biosensor Technology in Education: A Systematic Review
írez-Moreno Jorge de J. Lozoya-Santos Wearable Biosensor Technology (WBT) has emerged as a transformative tool in the educational system over the past decade. This systematic review encompasses a comprehensive analysis of WBT utilization in educational settings over a 10-year span (2012&amp;ndash;2022), highlighting the evolution of this field to address challenges in education by integrating technology to solve specific educational challenges, such as enhancing student engagement, monitoring stress and cognitive load, improving learning experiences, and providing real-time feedback for both students and educato...
Source: Sensors - April 11, 2024 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Mar ía A. Hernández-Mustieles Yoshua E. Lima-Carmona Maxine A. Pacheco-Ram írez Axel A. Mendoza-Armenta Jos é Esteban Romero-Gómez C ésar F. Cruz-Gómez Diana C. Rodr íguez-Alvarado Alejandro Arceo Jes ús G. Cruz-Garza Mauricio A. Ram írez-Moreno Tags: Review Source Type: research

Development and evaluation of a writing retreat program to build community and promote productivity in academic hospital medicine
ConclusionsWe implemented a low-cost, productive writing retreat program that attendees reported was helpful in supporting deep work and represented a meaningful step toward building a community centered around academic writing. (Source: Journal of Hospital Medicine)
Source: Journal of Hospital Medicine - April 10, 2024 Category: Hospital Management Authors: Christopher P. Bonafide, Kristin D. Maletsky, Ch én Kenyon, Stephanie K. Doupnik, Aditi Vasan, Irit R. Rasooly, Laura Goldstein, Meghan Galligan, Jessica Hart, Halley Ruppel, Chris Feudtner, Rebecca Tenney‐Soeiro Tags: ORIGINAL RESEARCH Source Type: research

Impact of billing reforms on academic hospitalist physician and advanced practice provider collaboration: A qualitative study
ConclusionsPhysician and APP collaborative care models are increasingly evolving to independent visits often driven by workloads, financial drivers, and local regulations such as medical staff rules and hospital bylaws. Understanding which staffing models produce optimal patient, clinician, and organizational outcomes should inform billing policies rather than the reverse. (Source: Journal of Hospital Medicine)
Source: Journal of Hospital Medicine - April 10, 2024 Category: Hospital Management Authors: Sara Westergaard, Kasey Bowden, Gopi J. Astik, Greg Bowling, Angela Keniston, Anne Linker, Matthew Sakumoto, Natalie Schwatka, Andrew Auerbach, Marisha Burden Tags: ORIGINAL RESEARCH Source Type: research

A university cut tenured faculty ’s pay. They’re suing
Along with a secure post and academic freedom, tenured professors enjoy financial security—or so many outsiders imagine. In fact, many tenured faculty are expected to cover much of their salary with grants, and may be penalized with salary reductions if they do not. That’s what happened at Tufts University School of Medicine—and some researchers are fighting back. Last month, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court sent a case brought by eight of the school’s faculty members to trial, writing that their claims have merit : “Tenure would seem to be a hollow promise if it came without any salary co...
Source: Science of Aging Knowledge Environment - April 10, 2024 Category: Geriatrics Source Type: research

Promoting Positive Self-Identity of Youths With Mental Disorders: Collaboration Between Academia and a Ministry of Education
Psychiatr Serv. 2024 Apr 10:appips20230056. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.20230056. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTInclusive schools reflect the dominant approach to education, yet many youths with mental disorders still attend special education schools. Although special education schools address educational, social, and developmental needs, they may increase students' self-stigma and hinder positive identity formation. Israel's Ministry of Education and an academic community mental health department partnered to address this challenge by developing a manual-based intervention for special education school settings. About 180 teacher...
Source: Psychiatric Services - April 10, 2024 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Gili Hoter Ishay Linda J Wagner Orna Meidan Paula Garber Epstein David Roe Source Type: research

A faculty-led resident strike team as a force expander during disaster
This article qualitatively reviews the first published incidence of a faculty-led multispecialty resident strike team being used as a force expander in a disaster.PMID:38597642 | DOI:10.5055/ajdm.0467 (Source: American Journal of Disaster Medicine)
Source: American Journal of Disaster Medicine - April 10, 2024 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Angela P Cornelius Axel Rodrigues-Rosa Source Type: research

Pediatric disaster preparedness curriculum across emergency medicine residencies
CONCLUSION: PDM training is lacking and requires standardization. This study highlights the opportunity for the creation of a model for EM resident education in PDM.PMID:38597647 | DOI:10.5055/ajdm.0463 (Source: American Journal of Disaster Medicine)
Source: American Journal of Disaster Medicine - April 10, 2024 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Lea Ohana-Sarna Cahan Alexander Hart Attila J Hertelendy Amalia Voskanyan Debra L Weiner Gregory R Ciottone Source Type: research

School- and intervention-related factors associated with institutionalization of health promotion interventions in elementary schools
CONCLUSION: Better understanding of factors associated with HPI institutionalization may inform the development of school-based HPIs that have the potential for sustainability.PMID:38597805 | DOI:10.24095/hpcdp.44.4.03 (Source: Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada)
Source: Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada - April 10, 2024 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Robert J Wellman Erin K O'Loughlin Katerina Maximova Jodi Kalubi Teodora Riglea Jennifer O'Loughlin Source Type: research

Indigenous people's experiences of primary health care in Canada: a qualitative systematic review
CONCLUSION: Indigenous people value safe, accessible and respectful care. The discrimination and racism they face negatively affect their overall health and well-being. Hence, it is crucial that changes in health care practice, structures and policy development as well as systemic transformation be implemented immediately.PMID:38597804 | DOI:10.24095/hpcdp.44.4.01 (Source: Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada)
Source: Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada - April 10, 2024 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Geneveave Barbo Sharmin Alam Source Type: research