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Effective bidirectional communication between attending physicians and long-term care facilities is of critical importance to ensure timely, appropriate, and high-quality care that is responsive to residents' needs, values, and preferences. Ongoing communication with residents and residents' families is essential to the establishment of mutual trust and(More)
Similarity of religious beliefs and practices among friends, or network-religion autocorrelation, is a common aspect of many social networks. Network-religion autocorrelation is important because it strengthens plausibility structures (Berger 1967), or the combination of beliefs and strong social ties to others who share those beliefs. Plausibility(More)
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