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Effect of lymphatic and splenic pump techniques on the antibody response to hepatitis B vaccine: a pilot study.
- K. M. Jackson, T. Steele, E. Dugan, G. Kukulka, W. Blue, A. Roberts
- The Journal of the American Osteopathic…
- 1 March 1998
Data suggest an enhanced immunologic response in subjects who received OMT, and the average anti-hepatitis B titer was higher in the treatment group than in the control group. Expand
High school students' perceptions and misperceptions of AIDS.
The students were found to have a very limited knowledge of AIDS, and the majority of students were not personally worried about contracting AIDS. Expand
Community Oriented Primary Care: Health Care for the 21st Century
Community-oriented primary care. Implementation of a national rural demonstration.
It appears that coordination by dedicated nonphysician staff and more than 2 years of effort are required to implement COPC concepts in rural practices in underserved areas. Expand
Development of a short obesity knowledge scale using four different response formats.
This study examined the validity and reliability of a short obesity knowledge scale. A 12-item test was developed around the four aspects of obesity: etiology of obesity; diseases related to obesity;… Expand
Ankle Brachial Index Measurement in Primary Care Setting: How Long Does It Take?
The actual performance time for an ABI in a primary care setting takes an average of 5 minutes, but additional time may be required for patient preparation and education. Expand
Medication, allergy, and adverse drug event discrepancies in ambulatory care.
A higher medication discrepancy rate existed in this family medicine residency clinic than the 26%--76% rate that is documented in the literature, and the results point to a need for better medication, allergy, and ADE awareness. Expand
Enhancing research in a family medicine program: one institution's story.
The authors' multi-component initiative successfully builds and sustains a primary care research program and has expanded to include faculty members in general internal medicine and general pediatrics. Expand
Genetic susceptibility testing for beryllium: worker knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes.
- K. Silver, G. Kukulka, J. Gorniewicz, K. Rayman, R. Sharp
- American journal of industrial medicine
- 1 July 2011
A key finding is that workers perceived the benefits of a positive test result to be related to enhanced autonomous decision-making, and a window of opportunity exists to create regional partnerships for translational research on genetic susceptibility testing. Expand
Incorporating a community-oriented approach in primary care.
Community-oriented primary care provides an opportunity for primary care physicians to expand their range of services and their ability to reach out to people and has the potential to make a major contribution in reshaping health care in the United States. Expand