Helen L. Coons

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INTRODUCTION Domestic violence (DV) against women often goes unrecognized by health care providers due to multiple barriers. In an effort to increase screening, identification, and referral for services, the RADAR Training Project was created for the health care staff of 12 federally qualified community health centers (CHCs). METHODS A two-phase(More)
Behavioral telehealth, health informatics, organ and tissue transplantation, and genetics are among the areas that have been affected by advances in technology and medicine. These areas illustrate the opportunities and the challenges that new developments can pose to health psychologists. Each area is discussed with respect to implications for practice,(More)
Urinary incontinence (UI)—defined as a complaint of involuntary loss of urine—is common in women, with major public health, financial, and quality of life (QoL) implications. Despite the high toll of UI and the availability of effective conservative treatments, many women with UI do not seek care. Those who do often continue to experience symptoms.(More)
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