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  1. Feb 2022
    1. The mean age for the total population was 49.8 years, with ICDs being older, at an average of 56.5 years compared to 45.3 years for FMs and 47.7 years for promotoras

      A lot of quantitative data.

    2. University institutional review board approval was sought from the research institution prior to implementation of the study (#107512).

      So they needed approval before initiating, interesting. I wonder what criteria was needed.

    3. Tampa Bay

      Where the authors are from (most of them).


      At least 28 citations used in this section so as to provide a lot of background information.

    5. METHODS

      At least 8 citations used in this section.


      13 citations in this section.

    7. RESULTS

      Not many citations are used in this section as it contains their own data that they produced.

    8. .4

      The citations are used more than once.


      Does this mean their data is available for further research? This is pretty cool to further investigate this and have even more data.


      Many citations from all over.

    11. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: 3

      I don't think I've seen this type of citation.

    12. Figure 3

      A lot of visuals to display data and information.

    13. Figure
    14. Figure 1

      Map/chart to identify important elements, visually.

    15. Table 1. Participant demographics

      Data presented in a table, quantitively.

    16. has been used

      Past tense.

    17. Analytic hierarchy processing (AHP)

      Technical vocabulary specific to this field.

    18. EBIs such as Tomando Control de su Salud, a chronic disease self-management programme developed by Stanford University

      Example of active voice. Not in first person though but rather in third person.

    19. Specifically, 45 participants, including 15 individuals with chronic disease, 15 family members/caregivers and 15 promotores, partook in the Stakeholder Values Questionnaire, which elicited preferences and values regarding major goals, processes and content for the intervention.

      Experiment so there's going to be qualitative data.

    20. hus, this paper examines the application of analytic hierarchy process (AHP) to inform the augmentation and implementation of an evidence-based chronic disease self-management programme for underserved Latinos living with both minor depression and chronic illness.

      Topic discussed.

    21. will


    22. .1

      First of many references.

    23. 1.1 Value of analytic hierarchy process

      Use of subheadings.

    24. Analytic hierarchy process:

      IMRaD format, technical title.

    25. Jaime A. Corvin PhD, MSPH, CPH, Corresponding Author Jaime A. Corvin PhD, MSPH, CPH Associate Professor jcorvin1@usf.edu orcid.org/0000-0003-2751-7205 Department of Global Health, College of Public Health, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA Correspondence Jaime A. Corvin, Department of Global Health, College of Public Health, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL 33612, USA. Email: jcorvin1@usf.eduSearch for more papers by this authorIsabella Chan MA, MPH, Isabella Chan MA, MPH Research Associate Department of Global Health, College of Public Health, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USASearch for more papers by this authorClaudia X. Aguado Loi PhD, MPH, CHES, Claudia X. Aguado Loi PhD, MPH, CHES Assistant Professor Department of Health Sciences and Human Performance, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL, USASearch for more papers by this authorIan Dollman MPH, Ian Dollman MPH Research Assistant Department of Global Health, College of Public Health, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USASearch for more papers by this authorJunius Gonzales MD, MBA, Junius Gonzales MD, MBA Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs New York Institute of Technology, New York, NY, USASearch for more papers by this author …

      Multiple authors. They're wither from South Florida, Tampa or New York.

    1. Governance

      These bullet points can be described as qualitative points.

    2. Journal of Healthcare Management: January-February 2022 - Volume 67 - Issue 1 - p 8-12

      Pretty recent issue. Overall topic: Making changes in the work place starting with more engagement. Also, this article is not written in passive voice but rather active voice and in first person. And I'd say it's in an essay format, thesis, key points/paragraphs, and conclusion.

    3. Managers hold the key to establishing a supportive and psychologically safe work environment

      Interesting point.

    4. Stokes, Charles D. FACHE
    5. Make employee physical and mental health a priority.

      I wonder how this would look like consistently, how would you measure it and what specific action would you need to implement?

    6. Reducing the Cost of Care

      Heading, pointing to the first topic, first order of business.

    7. Engaging the Workforce, Achieving Resilience
    8. multidisciplinary care

      Emphasized, mentioned multiple times, so it must be important.

    9. team will be in charge.

      Interesting take since something I learned in class, is how one of the ways a manager can get fired is by making a physician mad or not adhering to what they want.

    10. Redesigning Clinical Care and the Workforce
    11. he highest quality of care can be the most efficient and least expensive, and also perceived by the patient as exemplary consumer-centric care—thus, safety is worth the hospital’s investment on the front end.

      This sums up one of the main principals in healthcare management if not the most important one.

    12. nosocomia

      Fancy word meaning to pertain to a hospital.

    13. Ramirez et al., 2020Ramirez, G., Amin, K., & Cox, C. (2020). The pandemic’s effect on the widening gap in mortality rate between the U.S. and peer countries. Peterson-KFF Health System Tracker. https://www.healthsystemtracker.org/brief/the-pandemics-effect-on-the-widening-gap-in-mortality-rate-between-the-u-s-and-peer-countries/

      Second citation.

    14. Focusing on Patient Safety and Reducing Harm Events
    15. Advancing Consumer-Centric Care
    16. Furthermore, implementing multidisciplinary teams and redesigning clinical care to provide the right care in the right environment by the right professionals will reduce costs and improve the efficiency and efficacy of care.

      The vocabulary isn't all that technical but it definitely relates to this field as I've seen the vocabulary used in my classes. To me it's easy to understand and in this context other audiences might not have trouble either.

    17. engaged workforce

      I thought the title was somewhat vague but also straightforward.

    18. supportive feedback

      In my healthcare management class, we learned how this is an included step in most surveys (etc.) but it is always ignored and missed. I wonder how things would improve if it was prioritized more.

    19. (Brace, 2021Brace, R. (2021, November 3). Retaining your best staff. Relia Healthcare Advisors Newsletter.https://www.reliahealthcare.com/newsletter/2021/10/19/retaining-your-best-staff Cited Here ):

      First citation

    20. Many people are refusing the vaccines, prompting some apathy from weary caregivers.

      Present tense.

    21. The past two years in healthcare

      Past tense.

    1. Jaime A. Corvin PhD, MSPH, CPH, Associate Professor1| Isabella Chan MA, MPH, Research Associate1| Claudia X. Aguado Loi PhD, MPH, CHES, Assistant Professor2|Ian Dollman MPH, Research Assistant1| Junius Gonzales MD, MBA, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

      Multiple authors

    2. Analytic hierarchy process: An innovative technique for culturally tailoring evidence-based interventions to reduce health disparities

      Technical title and IMRAD format