Tag: "morale" at medical news
Breast reconstruction with implants after mastectomy doesn't hurt survival chances
..." the authors wrote. Breast implants may boost the morale
and self-esteem of breast cancer patients, which could improve survival. Implants might have other indirect consequences, such as leading to better medical care and follow-up of women with implants. Studies have suggested that breast implants may als...
Fair decisions more important when hospitals face crisis like SARS
... full. The prolonged crisis took a toll on the morale
of doctors as well as patients. One surgeon seeing many patients in need of an operation reported depression at being unable for weeks on end to save or improve a life. He likened it to a firefighter with both feet in concrete blocks 100 feet from ...
UGA researchers receive $1.3 million CDC grant to study workplace physical activity intervention
...Other possible benefits include improved workplace morale
in areas such as job satisfaction, perceived organizational commitment, turnover intentions and absenteeism, and feelings of increased energy and less fatigue." The UGA researchers say the focus of the study will be to determine the effects of a mult...
Erectile dysfunction has devastating effect on morale
...f sildenafil (Viagra) had an adverse effect on the morale
of men who found it did not work, according to new research. It also reveals that men are more distressed by impotence than has generally been realised. This study will be available on bmj.com on Monday 29 March 2004. Researchers interviewed a rand...
Report gives NIH-sponsored clinical research a good report card
...al $460 million has provided support and improved morale
in this field." The New England Journal of Medicine review also points to the increased role private foundations and companies have played in providing grant support for young clinical researchers and their mentors. From 1997 to 2001, private-sector ...
Radical solutions needed to tackle NHS nursing shortage
...%. High turnover results in higher costs and lower morale
and may affect patient care. Although the government is tackling the crisis, problems persist, they say. Overall progress has been slow; staff are unaware of the new opportunities available to them; some tarare modest; and little effort has been made...