Required by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.

Lifelong learning effective way for residents / fellows in the rural areas to basic courses – Videoconferencingvideo conferencing is a convenient and effective way for residents / fellows in rural areas to visit in the practice-based learning courses and obtain continuing medical education credits, required by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education , without the cost and inconvenience of the long journey, according to a study in the February issue of of the Journal of the American College of Radiology ..

Satisfaction with the course content and method of delivery was high among the participants. The course was generally rated as very satisfactory by both residents and coordinators, ‘he said. ‘Videoconferencing away in this setting, the demand for travel and the cost who had been necessary video conferencing not not have been available Perhaps most importantly, would not some managed to participate in the course, without videoconferencing, ‘said O’Regan.

The results of the the use of videoconferencing can successfully complete a training program for radiology trainees at a considerable distance may be located from a main teaching site, he said.

The February issue of JACR is an important resource for radiology and nuclear medicine professionals and students, the clinical and educational improvement.experiencedly Health Policy Report Highlights Recent Developments CMSwith summaries of recent publicity from CMS below.invitation: Internist Laboratory, Sharp HealthCare and Scripps Health on Tuesday a lawsuit Medicare Medicare pilot program announcement for laboratory services CQ HealthBeat CQ HealthBeat reports.Of lithium Therapy Improvement by reducing toxicity ofLi is the most effective treatment for bipolar disorder. However, its use result of adverse neurological effects and of overdose for overdose-induced toxicity. Many of the positive effects of lithium through the inhibition of GSK-3 – conveys proteins of, however if this was the not designed not determined its negative effects.

However, Raquel E MDG Sintes and Joshua? has at CSIC / UAM, Spain, now a molecular pathway through the chronic administration of therapeutic doses of of lithium have deferred negative effect on mice.

In particular, they felt that gait disturbance and nerve cell death in different regions of of the brain, a result of the GSK-3 – protein inhibition that to an increased nucleus localization NFATc3 / 4 proteins and rose led which death of-inducing molecule, Been Fas ligand. The authors hope that these data could of new ideas for combination therapies, to toxicity of lithium which has been proposed as a treatment for Alzheimer providing reducing.