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The Milspouse Battle Rhythm: Communicating Resilience Throughout the Deployment Cycle
Military spouses (milspouses) enact resilience through communication before, during, and after military deployments. Based on an organizing framework of resilience processes (Buzzanell, 2010), this
Changing Channels
Many health promotion campaigns are designed to communicate complex, potentially ambiguous messages. The strategic communication stages of formative research, strategy, tactics, and evaluation
Radiation Exposure and Cost Influence Physician Medical Image Decision Making: A Randomized Controlled Trial
It is suggested that physician decision making can be influenced by safety and cost information and the order in which information is provided to physicians can affect their decisions.
Correlates of COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy among a Community Sample of African Americans Living in the Southern United States
In this sample, AAs under the age of 30 and those experiencing housing insecurity because of the CO VID-19 pandemic were more likely to be resistant to receiving a free COVID-19 vaccination.
Assessing psychosocial differences in stages of change: an analysis of military healthcare system patients with type 2 diabetes.
This study intends to link patient knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs to the stages of change by incorporating a stages-of-change assessment and tailoring interventions to patient with diabetes, so that outcomes can improve.
Families as Partners in Hospital Error and Adverse Event Surveillance
Families provide unique information about hospital safety and should be included in hospital safety surveillance in order to facilitate better design and assessment of interventions to improve safety.
Online social networking in discussions of risk: applying the CAUSE model in a content analysis of Facebook
This article examines a drug manufacturer's dissemination of an over-the-counter medication voluntary recall message through its online social network. Using the CAUSE model as a theoretical
Resident scholarship expectations and experiences: sources of uncertainty as barriers to success.
Investigating attitudes, expectations, and barriers regarding participation in scholarly activity among current residents and graduates of a single family medicine residency program finds uncertainty about scholarly activity expectations can add to learner anxiety and make performing scholarly activity during residency seem like an insurmountable task.