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Comparison of Omeprazole and Ranitidine for Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis
Stress ulcer prophylaxis protects againstclinically important gastrointestinal bleeding and hasgained widespread use. This study compares the efficacyof omeprazole to ranitidine for this indication.… Expand
Validity of the in-training examination for predicting american board of internal medicine certifying examination scores
- R. S. Grossman, R. Fincher, R. Layne, C. Seelig, L. Berkowitz, M. Levine
- Journal of General Internal Medicine
Objective:To determine whether the results of the Internal Medicine In-Training Examination (ITE) can predict subsequent performance on the American Board of Internal Medicine certifying examination… Expand
Teaching Resident Physicians to Provide Exercise Counseling: A Needs Assessment
- L. Rogers, J. Bailey, +5 authors S. Sherman
- Academic medicine : journal of the Association of…
- 1 August 2002
Purpose To determine the behaviors, knowledge, and attitudes of resident physicians regarding exercise counseling. Method In 1997, a self-administered questionnaire was sent to 313 internal medicine… Expand
Burnout, coping, and spirituality among internal medicine resident physicians.
BACKGROUND Burnout in physicians is common, and studies show a prevalence of 30% to 78%. Identifying constructive coping strategies and personal characteristics that protect residents against burnout… Expand
Recombinant hirudin as a new anticoagulant during cardiac operations instead of heparin: successful for aortic valve replacement in man.
Quantitating qualitative issues in residency training: development and testing of a scaled program evaluation questionnaire.
- C. Seelig
- Journal of general internal medicine
- 1 November 1993
OBJECTIVES To develop and test a scaled program evaluation questionnaire focusing on resident satisfaction with workload, learning environment, and stress. DESIGN/PARTICIPANTS Phase 1: A… Expand
Acquired protein C dysfunction but not decreased activity of thrombomodulin is a possible marker of thrombophilia in patients with lupus anticoagulant.
- B. Pötzsch, H. Kawamura, K. Preissner, M. Schmidt, C. Seelig, G. Müller-Berghaus
- The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine
Lupus anticoagulants (LAs) are acquired antiphospholipid antibodies, and the occurrence of LA is associated with an increased risk of developing thrombosis. In a population of 46 patients with LA… Expand
Out-of-Match Residency Offers: The Possible Extent and Implications of Prematching in Graduate Medical Education.
- R. Wetz, C. Seelig, Georges Khoueiry, K. F. Weiserbs
- Journal of graduate medical education
- 1 October 2010
BACKGROUND When the data from the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) are used to analyze trends in medical students' career preferences, positions offered outside the match are omitted. The… Expand
Development and Validation of a Scaled Questionnaire for Evaluation of Residency Programs
As residency programs adapt to the need to promote primary care, the importance of quantitating qualitative issues increases. In this study, a questionnaire based on reported residency stressors was… Expand
Changes in Residents' Attitudes in Response to Residency Program Modifications: A Prospective Study
- C. Seelig
- Southern medical journal
- 1 October 1992
Interventions to modify stress during residency training have rarely been formally analyzed for effectiveness. Using a 33-item, closed-ended questionnaire based on factors previously reported to… Expand