Corinne E Kirchner

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BACKGROUND People with disabilities are more likely to be obese, in poor health, and get less physical activity than the general population. However, research on community factors for physical activity has generally either excluded most people with disabilities, or overlooked relevant factors of community accessibility. This exploratory study investigated(More)
Nationally representative samples of senior physicians, interns and residents, and medical students were interviewed during the spring of 1973. The main focus of the present analysis is senior physicians' responses to national health insurance issues. The level of support among physicians is underestimated by physicians themselves. Despite the fact that 56(More)
The topic of working relationships among health professionals is one which has long been neglected in professional school curricula. During the winter of 1976 students from four health professions--medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, and physical therapy--initiated a course designed to improve their knowledge of one another's training and skills, with(More)
Kirchner, Carl E. J. (Suffolk County Community College, Selden, N.Y.), and Matthew J. Rudden. Location of a mutator gene in Salmonella typhimurium by cotransduction. J. Bacteriol. 92:1453-1456. 1966.-The LT7 strain of Salmonella typhimurium has been shown to possess a mutator gene which is responsible for an increase in mutation frequency for most loci(More)
This special issue offers papers that together reach toward sociological understanding of “meaning.” We contextualize that effort in intersecting intellectual trends—the emerging relational sociology of networks and meanings, which has progressed steadily since the 1990s, and the diverse enterprise of sociology of language, which is much less established in(More)
In recent years, data from two national surveys have been used to generate estimates of the prevalence of visual impairment from a print reading disability measure: the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) of the National Center for Health Statistics, and the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) of the Census Bureau. These estimates differ(More)
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