Frank Stille

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OBJECTIVE The Beth Israel/UCLA Functional Status Questionnaire (FSQ) is a multidimensional self-report instrument used for assessing the physical, social, and psychological status of children and adults. This study assessed the appropriateness of the FSQ for use with geriatric (at least 65 years of age) ambulatory medical patients. METHOD Concurrent(More)
OBJECTIVES This paper describes implementation of the learner-centred learning goal within the primary care clerkship at a Midwestern, United States medical school. DESIGN The learner-centred learning goal exercise was developed to tailor students' educational activities to their personal level of development and to enhance their commitment to life-long(More)
Geriatric adults (at least 65 years of age) completed the Functional Status Questionnaire twice, first using the original paper-and-pencil format and again using one of six computer-based interactive methods. Scoring via original and computer-based methods was identical. Satisfaction with computers was high. Of the interactive methods, touchscreen required(More)
This paper develops a theory of stagflation, based on turnover-efficiency-wage theory. In these theories, wages are forward-looking , i.e., set to keep incumbents with the firm. The employed workers apply for better jobs and compete with unemployed applicants. An employed applicant is, however, preferred to an unemployed applicant, or the long-term(More)
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