Heather A Brown

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The gynecologist may be the only physician that an adolescent depends on for primary and reproductive healthcare services. Because adolescent females often make personal healthcare decisions without the benefit of supportive parents/caregivers, it is imperative that the gynecologist understands the developmental issues encountered during this phase of life.(More)
PURPOSE This study assessed the oral health status of older adults in randomly selected New Hampshire senior centers and congregate meal sites for the purpose of future planning, implementation and evaluation of targeted public health programs. METHODS A cross-sectional surveillance project was developed. Registered dental hygienists visually assessed(More)
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the effect of a short-term training program in emergency ultrasound on physician skills and attitudes in southwestern Tanzania. METHODS Eight registrar physicians at Mbeya Zonal Referral Hospital (Mbeya, Tanzania) underwent a 5-day course in bedside emergency ultrasound, focusing primarily on the focused assessment with sonography(More)
The resolutions of The Aerospace Medical Association (formerly the Aero Medical Association of the United States) have been obtained and reviewed in detail for the period 1929-41. They provide a perspective on what Association members considered priority matters during that period. The resolutions cover subjects such as pilot fatigue, aviation medical(More)
Most low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) have struggled to find a system for prehospital care that can provide adequate patient care and geographical coverage while maintaining a feasible price tag. The emergency medical systems of the Western world are not necessarily relevant in developing economic systems, given the lack of strict legislation, the(More)
The resolutions of the Aerospace Medical Association (formerly the Aero Medical Association of the United States) have been obtained and reviewed in detail for the period 1929-41. They provide a perspective on what Association members considered priority matters during the period. The resolutions cover subjects such as pilot fatigue, aviation medical(More)
The resolutions of the Aerospace Medical Association (formerly the Aero Medical Association of the United States) have been obtained and reviewed in detail for the period 1929-41. They provide a perspective on what Association members considered priority matters during that period. The resolutions cover subjects such as pilot fatigue, aviation medical(More)
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