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  • B Roberts
  • 1978
The author reviews the efforts of medicine and psychiatry to understand their decision-making processes and notes the lack of psychiatric literature in this area. The decision table, a sophisticated form of algorithm, is introduced as a structure to help explain the decision-making process. This tool is applied to the evaluation and biological treatment of(More)
The contents of this resource are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or state participants. Executive Summary There is a critical need for comprehensive programs to address antimicrobial resistance (AMR). State and territorial health agencies (SHAs)(More)
  • B Roberts
  • 1980
The authors has developed a computerized system for diagnostic evaluation of a psychiatric problem on the Problem-Oriented Medical Information System (PROMIS). He evaluates the chief complaint of hyperactivity by the three-step process: 1) defining the problem, 2) considering causes that are common and easily reversible, and 3) considering other causes.(More)
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