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The Psychometric Properties of the Colorado Symptom Index
The Colorado Symptom Index (CSI: Shern et al. 1994, Milbank Quart 72:123–148) is widely used in research as a self-report measure of psychiatric symptomatology, yet little information existsExpand
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MENTAL ILLNESS AND PRINCIPAL PHYSICAL DIAGNOSES AMONG ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER USERS OF EMERGENCY SERVICES
  • H. Chen
  • Medicine
  • Issues in mental health nursing
  • 1 January 2005
The stigma of mental illness is one of the factors that prevents Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders (APIs) from seeking formal mental health services. A somatic complaint is more acceptable inExpand
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Determination of paraquat by square-wave voltammetry at a perfluorosulfonated ionomer/clay-modified electrode.
A novel Nafion/clay-modified electrode (NCME) was developed for the determination of paraquat by square-wave cathodic stripping voltammetry. The clay that showed the best performance for theExpand
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Medicaid managed care and the distribution of societal costs for persons with severe mental illness.
OBJECTIVE Managed care financing strategies that involve financial risk to insurers can reduce budgeted health expenditures. However, resource substitution may occur and negate apparent savings inExpand
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Examination of the Effects of Financial Risk on the Formal Treatment Costs for a Medicaid Population With Psychiatric Disabilities
Objectives:We examined the effects of differing financial risk arrangements for mental health, physical health, and pharmacy services on the overall costs of these services with particular attentionExpand
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Caregivers’ Level of Trust in Their Children's Health Care Providers
Trust in healthcare providers is associated with clinical outcomes among adult patients. Children with disabilities have complex health needs that place stress on caregivers. Consequently, they areExpand
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