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Organizational Policy

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  • We created a social ecological model to examine which social factors (i.e., environmental, personal, person/environment interplay, black culture and institutional policy) were predictive of PSA and DRE, PSA only and DRE only [6].
  • Should HECs audit compliance with institutional policies and enforce sanctions for violations? Yes [7].
  • At all the hospitals surveyed, the traditional NPO policy continued to be the official institutional policy [8].
  • METHODS: Beginning in April 2003, our institutional policy changed toward a midaxillary approach in prepubescent patients with an atrial septal defect, in whom criteria for catheter closure were not fulfilled [9].


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  8. A national survey on preoperative fasting policies and practices in Jamaican hospitals. McGaw, C.D., Ehikhametalor, E., Nelson, M., Soogrim, D. The West Indian medical journal. (2004) [Pubmed]
  9. Minimally invasive midaxillary muscle sparing thoracotomy for atrial septal defect closure in prepubescent patients. Schreiber, C., Bleiziffer, S., Kostolny, M., Hörer, J., Eicken, A., Holper, K., Tassani-Prell, P., Lange, R. Ann. Thorac. Surg. (2005) [Pubmed]
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