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O'Rourke, Thomas - - 2009
Spurred by the publication of the Surgeon General's Report Healthy People in 1979 and subsequent publications through Healthy People 2010, the importance of health education and health promotion has been well documented. As a result the importance of lifestyle habits and behaviors has received greater attention and recognition. Yet, a ...
Hernandez, Barbara Lorraine - - 2009
The purpose was to document the historical, societal, and medical contributions of Carville, La., the last leprosarium in the U.S. (1894-1999), to Hansen's Disease (leprosy). Non-experimental methods were based on Garraghan's historical analysis. Primary archival data was retrieved from Carville's Museum and university libraries. Events were analyzed, validated, rank ordered, ...
Khubchandani, Jagdish - - 2009
Objective: This study examined university employees' perceptions of work related stress and coping in relation to the impact on perceived health status and health promoting behaviors.
Brooks, Monique - - 2009
Objectives: Lack of minority participation in clinical trials is a public health concern in the United States due to significant health disparities within the minority community. This qualitative exploratory study examined barriers that prevent African American women from participating in clinical trials.
Yeramaneni, Samrat - - 2009
This study examined the extent to which selected social cognitive theory constructs predict alcohol use and binge drinking behaviors among Asian Indian students. A 46-item valid and reliable questionnaire was administered online to college students (n = 245) at two large Mid-western universities. Sixty two percent of Indian students consumed ...
McKenzie, James - - 2009
Published data describing those who hold the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) credential has been limited. This study was designed as a retrospective review of the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing's database that contains information about those who hold the CHES credential. Approximately 15,000 have earned the CHES credential ...
Perez, Jose Angel - - 2009
Commercial trawling on the Atlantic slope areas off Brazil intensified in the late 1990's owing to the expansion of coastal trawling areas and the operations of a chartered foreign fleet. Between 2000 and 2003, 59 fishing trips conducted by 10 chartered trawlers were intensely monitored by observers and satellite vessel ...
Tonioli, Flavia - - 2009
Despite considerable conservation efforts, many reef fish fisheries around the world continue to be in peril. Many are vulnerable to overexploitation because they have predictable and highly aggregated spawning events. In U.S. Caribbean waters, fishery managers are increasingly interested in advancing the use of closed areas as a means for ...
Frimodig, Adam - - 2009
The commercial bottom trawl fishery for Pacific ocean shrimp, Pandalus jordani, or pink shrimp, operates mostly off the west coast of the contiguous United States. The California portion of the fishery has not been thoroughly documented or reviewed since the 1991 fishing season, despite its fluctuating more during the last ...
Kilpatrick, Anne - - 2009
This paper discusses the nature of humanism in healthcare management and leadership. Humanism in healthcare management should entail serving 1) patients and their families, 2) organizational members, and 3) the community. The article describes how humanism is largely absent from healthcare organizations as a critical and important value. In the ...
Hojat, Mohammadreza - - 2009
Empathy is defined as a predominantly cognitive attribute that involves an understanding of experiences, concerns and perspectives of another person, combined with a capacity to communicate this understanding. Empathy in the context of clinical care can lead to positive patient outcomes including greater patient satisfaction and compliance, lower rates of ...
Graber, David - - 2009
aring and humanism in hospitals exist on both the organizational and the individual levels. This paper identifies key organizations and foundations that have succeeded in promoting or fostering caring environments in hospitals. These include the Picker Institute, the Baptist Healing Trust, Sage Consulting, and the Caritas Consortium. Exemplary, caring clinicians ...
Castle, Nicholas - - 2009
We provide a review of ways in which top managers of nursing homes can provide or impact the humanistic component of care provided in their facilities. We describe the nursing home top management team; the role of top managers in nursing homes; the role of top managers as leaders in ...
Lippert, Randy - - 2009
Lippert, Randy - - 2009
Southall, John - - 2009
The archiving of qualitative research data has developed greatly in recent years yet it is still the subject of much debate. Drawing on the experience of advising researchers and negotiating data deposits for the UK Data Archive, this article explores some of the common concerns about archiving. Particular emphasis is ...
Walters, Peter - - 2009
In this article it is argued that epistemological concerns about the archiving of qualitative data are mis-directed. Almost all interpretive data makes either an implicit or explicit claim to knowledge in a broader context than the research project on which it is based. The ability to re-interpret these data in ...
Mauthner, Natasha - - 2009
Over the past decade, an academic debate has developed surrounding qualitative data preservation and sharing in the social sciences, and has been characterised as one between supporters and opponents of this movement. We reframe the debate by suggesting that so-called 'opponents' are not resistant to the principle of data preservation ...
Travers, Max - - 2009
A driving force behind the establishment of a qualitative data archive in the United Kingdom has been the oral historian, Paul Thompson. He has complained that there is a 'strange silence' among qualitative sociologists on re-analysis, and that many have been reluctant to deposit data. The first part of the ...
Bishop, Libby - - 2009
The objective of this paper is to attempt to move beyond the impasse of ethical objections to reusing qualitative data. In doing so, there is no intention of dismissing the importance of ethical debates, in fact, quite the opposite. The debate about ethical reuse needs to be deepened and broadened. ...
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Storm, Lance - - 2009
Drewes, Athena - - 2009
Reinsel, Ruth - - 2009
Cardena, Etzel - - 2009
We investigated whether hypnotizability, dissociation, and belief in psi are related to performance in a precognition task that measures whether later practice enhances previous memory recall. Participants low (n = 19) and high (n = 19, 7 also high in dissociation) in hypnotizability completed the task and a measure of ...
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