Colleen Cunningham

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OBJECTIVE To determine the concentrations of protease inhibitors in cord blood after prenatal protease inhibitor use by pregnant women. DESIGN Retrospective analysis of samples collected in a clinical trial. METHODS Protease inhibitor concentrations were measured in cord blood samples collected from women enrolling in the PACTG 316 study who were(More)
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AbstrAct CRM is a strategy that integrates concepts of knowledge management, data mining, and data warehousing in order to support an organization's decision-making process to retain long-term and profitable BLOCKINrelationships BLOCKINwith BLOCKINits BLOCKINcustomers. BLOCKINThis research is part of a long-term study to examine systematically CRM factors(More)
CRM is a strategy that integrates the concepts of Knowledge Management, Data Mining, and Data Warehousing in order to support the organization's decision-making process to retain long-term and profitable relationships with its customers. In this paper, we first present the design implications that CRM poses to data warehousing, and then propose a robust(More)
People with severe mental illness have a higher prevalence of co-morbid physical diseases and a significantly reduced life expectancy when compared with people in the general population. This article explores the literature published between 2002 and 2012 in order to identify causes of poor physical health in those with severe mental illness and discusses(More)
Case of a 4-year-old boy with a desmoplastic fibroma of the mandible. Desmoplastic fibromas are benign fibrous neoplasms which are easily confused with other fibrous tumors. Although benign, they usually display aggressive local tissue extension and frequently recur when treated conservatively. At the present time, wide, local excision appears to be the(More)
INTRODUCTION Given the exponential growth rate of medical data and the accompanying biomedical literature, more than 10,000 documents per week (Leroy et al., 2003), it has become increasingly necessary to apply data mining techniques to medical digital libraries in order to assess a more complete view of genes, their biological functions and diseases. Data(More)
The Lifekeeper Memory Quilt Project, implemented by the Salvation Army (Suicide Prevention-Bereavement Support Services) in Australia in 2008, aimed to provide support for those bereaved by suicide and to create greater public awareness of suicide. To evaluate participants' satisfaction with this project, 82 bereaved individuals completed surveys and 30(More)
Schizophrenia is recognised as a major mental illness and is prevalent in approximately 1% of the global population. This paper reviewed literature published between 2001 and 2013 to explore the aetiology of schizophrenia and discuss implications for mental health nursing practice. Although the causes of schizophrenia are largely unknown, there is a strong(More)
Staphylococcus aureus nasal colonization is a risk factor for surgical site infection. We conducted a retrospective case-control study of 1,708 consecutively enrolled patients to identify criteria that places orthopaedic surgery patients undergoing spine and total joint arthroplasty surgery at risk for nasal colonization by MRSA and MSSA. Multivariate(More)