Craig Anthony

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This clinical project introduces a guide to provide the interviewer with a methodological systems approach for information gathering in the life review process. The guide is structured in such a way as to elicit positive life events for the purpose of enhancing a sense of well-being as well as to elicit negative life events to encourage the client to(More)
In 2010, the Kurdistan Regional Government asked the RAND Corporation to help guide reform of the health care system in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The overarching goal of reform was to help establish a health system that would provide high-quality services efficiently to everyone to prevent, treat, and manage physical and mental illnesses and injuries.(More)
In 2010, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) asked the RAND Corporation to undertake four studies aimed at improving the economic and social development of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. RAND's work was intended to help the KRG expand access to high-quality education and health care, increase private-sector development and employment for the expanding(More)
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Since mechanisms for known anti-inflammatory effects of acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) in rheumatic or immunological diseases are poorly understood, we have studied effects of ASA on in vitro responses of human lymphocytes. Viable lymphocytes from normal individuals were cultured sterilely at 10(6) cells/ml in RPMI 1640 supplemented with 20% pooled AB plasma,(More)
Therapeutic concentrations of acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) have strikingly inhibited in vitro and in vivo mitogen- and antigen-induced blastogenesis by human lymphocytes. These observations may be pertinent to the anti-inflammatory actions of ASA. To investigate further the possible effects of ASA on cellular responses, we studied the in vitro interaction of(More)