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Recommends attending to provider resistance to evidence-based practice in preplanning and early implementation, and when insufficient adherence or resistance-related low fidelity leads to implementation failure.
Delineates data types that may be collected during interviews with clinical trial participants; outlines approaches to conducting qualitative research in clinical trials.
Offers specific guidance for engineering and design of sanitation products and technologies.
Collection of national and global “first” stories from the outset of the AIDS epidemic and the discovery of HIV.
Sexual harassment experiences and consequences for women faculty in science, engineering, and medicine
First in-depth, qualitative study documenting impact of sexual harassment on long-term careers of women faculty in STEM.
Describes detection of drugs and their metabolites in oral fluid. Part of the Emerging Issues in Analytical Chemistry series.
Seeks to understand the discrepancy between USPSTF recommendations for screening for developmental disorders and those of the pediatric community.
Demonstrates significant deficiencies in prenatal information available within archived hospital labor and delivery records.
Discusses the role of CEHRT in the QPP and offers policy recommendations to help small and rural practices improve their health IT capabilities for value-based care.
Examines potential benefits and drawbacks and considers the policy implications of implementing municipal health insurance in Guatemala.
Provides an overview of how researchers have defined and estimated the scope of child sexual abuse.
Discusses inhaled pharmaceuticals from a product development perspective. Part of the Emerging Issues in Analytical Chemistry series.
Examines the biochemistry and bioanalytical aspects of performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) and other questionable procedures used by athletes to enhance performance.
Provides an overview of financing for long-term services and supports in the United States, paying special attention to how it has changed and not changed over the last 30 years.
Summarizes a landscape review done for the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to develop a clear, comprehensive understanding of the state of research on cancer survivors as of the mid-2000s.
Presents a heuristic control theory model of smoking that can be useful in prevention and treatment practices.
Outlines opportunities and challenges presented by emerging technologies and approaches toward acceleration of drug development and toxicity testing.
Patient navigators may support children’s asthma management by providing individualized treatment plans and hands-on practice, improving caregivers’ understanding/mitigation of environmental factors, and giving clear instructions for proper medication management.
Proceedings of the conference Ending Gender Inequalities: Addressing the Nexus of HIV, Drug Use, and Violence with Evidence-Based Action.
Explores treatments against the NTD schistosomiasis, including human factors to consider in getting people to use them.
Describes technical approaches for calculating costs associated with Medicare post-acute care provider claims using Medicare cost report and claims data.
Model results demonstrate improvement in maternal nutrition would reduce infant mortality, but an even greater impact could be the reduction in growth stunting.
Addresses the many issues surrounding electronic cigarettes in an unprecedented level of scientific detail.
This paper addresses the functioning and implications of new technologies for respondent engagement, respondent burden, accuracy, and retention.
This book describes projects that focus on risk factors and/or treatment the four noncommunicable diseases that are responsible for the greatest impact on morbidity and mortality: cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and chronic respiratory diseases.