Ginger A. Johnson

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Photostimulable phosphor imaging is an exciting new technology that has several advantages over film/screen radiography, the most important of which is the linearity of the photostimulable phosphor system over a wide exposure latitude. The photostimulable phosphor image is digital, and as such, provides options of how the image is viewed by radiologists.(More)
While analyzing the narratives of children receiving pediatric oncology treatment and their parents, we encountered three ways to look at their narratives: what was narrated, nonnarrated, and disnarrated. The narrated refers to the actors (characters) and events (scenes) individuals decided to include in the narration of their experiences, the nonnarrated(More)
BACKGROUND Safely burying Ebola infected individuals is acknowledged to be important for controlling Ebola epidemics and was a major component of the 2013-2016 West Africa Ebola response. Yet, in order to understand the impact of safe burial programs it is necessary to elucidate the role of unsafe burials in sustaining chains of Ebola transmission and how(More)
The 2013-2016 Ebola outbreak in West Africa highlighted both the successes and limitations of social science contributions to emergency response operations. An important limitation was the rapid and effective communication of study findings. A systematic review was carried out to explore how rapid qualitative methods have been used during global heath(More)
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