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برادران, حمیدرضا

دانشگاه علوم پزشکی ایران، تهران، ایران

[ 1 ] - بررسی نگرش کارآموزان، دستیاران و اساتید مراکز آموزشی درمانی دانشگاه علوم پزشکی ایران نسبت به برگزاری جلسات آموزشی گراند راند در سال 1393

Background and Aim: Clinical Grand Rounds method is a common clinical training in most of university hospitals. Its purpose is to provide an opportunity for students to link their practical realities to theoretical ones. The study purpose was to compare the views of trainees, interns, residents, and teachers about grand rounds method at Iran University Medical Sciences in Iran. Methods: This...

[ 2 ] - Is household food insecurity a determinant of weight status in patients with type 2 diabetes in rural areas?

Background: There is mixed evidence about food insecurity and overweight/obesity coexisting, however it is unclear about association between food insecurity and weight status in people with type 2 diabetes. Therefore, the aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between food insecurity and weight status in individuals with type 2 diabetes in rural areas in Iran.    Methods:...

[ 3 ] - Validity and reliability of Persian version of Listening Styles Profile-Revised (LSP- R) in Iranian students

  Background: Individuals’ listening styles differs based on their characters, professions and situations. This study aimed to assess the validity and reliability of Listening Styles Profile- Revised (LSP- R) in Iranian students.   Methods: After translating into Persian, LSP-R was employed in a sample of 240 medical and nursing Persian speaking students in Iran. Statistic...

[ 4 ] - The relationship between social capital components and control of type 2 diabetes: A path analysis model

Background: Social capital is an important interpersonal organizational resource that may affect health behaviors and seems to be an important factor in chronic diseases. Considering the lack of evidence on this topic, in the present study, we aimed at investigating the association between components of social capital, socioeconomic condition, and controlling Type 2 diabetes mellitus in Iran. ...

[ 5 ] - Introductory editorial to 30th anniversary edition

We are highly privileged to write this editorial at such a significant moment for the Medical Journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran (MJIRI) as this journal celebrates its 30- year tradition as an accessible source of scholarly articles on the basic and clinical medical sciences, rigorously edited, and progressive.   The MJIRI was launched by Iran National Center for Scientific Research ...

[ 6 ] - Evaluating the effectiveness of peer-based intervention in managing type I diabetes mellitus among children and adolescents: A systematic review

Background: Type 1 diabetes is one of the chronic metabolic disorders among children and adolescents. Peers are also important units in diabetes management through adolescence. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of peer-based intervention in managing type 1 diabetes mellitus among children and adolescents.   Methods: Searching articles published prior to December 2013 in Pub...

[ 7 ] - Futures of elderly care in Iran: A protocol with scenario approach

Background: The number of people aged 60 and older is increasing faster than other age groups worldwide. Iran will experience a sharp aging population increase in the next decades, and this will pose new challenges to the healthcare system. Since providing high quality aged-care services would be the major concern of the policymakers, this question arises that what types of aged care services s...

[ 8 ] - Causes of academic failure of medical and medical sciences students in Iran: a systematic review

Background: Academic failure of medical and medical sciences students is one of the major problems of higher education centers in many countries. This study aims to collect and compare relevant researches in this field in Iran. Methods: The appropriate keywords were searched in the national and international databases, and the findings were categorized into related and non-related articles a...

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Background: World Health Organization (WHO) defines three goals to assess the performance of a health system: the state of health, fairness in financial contribution and responsiveness. We assessed the responsiveness of health system for patients with diabetes in a defined population cohort in Tehran, Iran. Methods: Total responsiveness and eight domains (prompt attention, dignity, communica...

[ 10 ] - Health system responsiveness for outpatient care in people with diabetes Mellitus in Tehran

Background: World Health Organization (WHO) defines three goals to assess the performance of a health system: the state of health, fairness in financial contribution and responsiveness. We assessed the responsiveness of health system for patients with diabetes in a defined population cohort in Tehran, Iran. Methods: Total responsiveness and eight domains (prompt attention, dignity, communica...

[ 11 ] - Comparison of quality of clinical supervision as perceived by attending physicians and residents in university teaching hospitals in Tehran

Background: Clinical supervision is an important factor in the development of competency in residency program. Attending physicians play a key role in supervision of residents. However little is known about how attending physicians and residents perceive the quality of clinical supervision. The aim of this study was to explore the differences between perceived qualities of supervision in t...

[ 12 ] - Prevalence of Burnout in residents of obstetrics and gynecology: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Background: Burnout is currently a major concern among physicians due to their high level of stress at work. There are several reports on various levels of burnout in residency programs due to several predisposing factors. The aim of this systematic review was to estimate a more precise prevalence of burnout among residents of obstetrics and gynecology. Methods: PubMed, Science Direct and Sc...

[ 13 ] - Health literacy and its influencing factors in Iranian diabetic

  Background: Health literacy is the ability to obtain, read, understand and use healthcare information to make appropriate health decisions and follow instructions for treatment. The aim of this study was to identify the effect of various factors on health literacy in patients with diabetes.   Methods: This was a cross-sectional observational study of 407 Iranian patients older than 15 years o...

[ 14 ] - Vitamin B12 supplementation in end stage renal diseases: a sys-tematic review

  Background :Hyperhomocysteinemia is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease particularly in patients with end stage renal disease (ESRD). Vitamin B12 supplementation on its own still remains as a controversial issue for clinicians in decreasing the level of homcysteine in this group of patients.   Methods : Using all randomized controlled trials (RCTs), clinical trials and pre-post-trial stu...

[ 15 ] - Barriers to and factors facilitating empowerment in elderly with COPD

  Background: Empowerment of elderly people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can increase their quality of life and feeling of well-being. However, few researches focused on the obstacles and factors facilitating empowerment in elderly people with COPD and an adequate determining of these factors need an in-depth understanding of the meaning of these factors which influences em...

[ 16 ] - CagA and VacAgenotypes in peptic ulcer disease and non-ulcer dyspepsia: acase-control study

  Background :The cag pathogenicity island includes a number of genes, including cytotoxin-associated protein A (cagA) and vacuolatingcytotoxin (vacA) genotypes, which are associated with bacterial virulence. Although the role of cagA and vacA in the virulence of Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is well-established in epidemiological studies, the relationship between the cagA and vacA genotypes ...

[ 17 ] - Quality of published Iranian medical education research studies: a systematic review

  Background :Research in medical education has been paid more attention than before however the quality of research reporting has not been comprehensively appraised.To evaluate the methodological and reporting quality of Iranian published medical education articles.   Methods: Articles describing medical students, residents, fellows or program evaluation were included. Articles related to cont...

[ 18 ] - The Effect of Narrative Writing on Communication Skills of Nursing Students

Introduction: Narrative writing describes a particular clinical event or situation. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of narrative writing on nursing students’ communication skills in teaching hospitals of Golestan University of Medical Sciences. Methods: This interventional study, with a pretest-posttest design, was conducted in 2015 on 58 student nurse interns of 7th and 8th ...

[ 19 ] - Achievements of the Cochrane Iran Associate Centre: Lessons Learned

Healthcare decision-making is a process that mainly depends on evidence and involves increasing numbers of stakeholders, including the consumers. Cochrane evidence responds to this challenge by identifying, appraising, integrating and synthesizing high-quality evidence. Recently, a collaborative effort has been initiated in Iran with Cochrane to establish a representati...