Kreg Burnette

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70 male felony offenders treated with the cognitive behavioral approach of Moral Reconation Therapy during and after reincarceration were assessed for reincarceration and rearrests five years after their release. They were compared to a nontreated control group of 82 male felony offenders. Reincarceration in the treated group (37.1%) was significantly lower(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine the effectiveness of an asynchronous learning tool consisting of web-based lectures for trainees covering major topics pertinent to pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) and to assess resident and student evaluation of this mode of education. METHODS PEM faculty and fellows created a 21-lecture, web-based curriculum. These 20-minute(More)
70 male felony offenders treated with the cognitive behavioral approach of Moral Reconation Therapy during and after incarceration were assessed for rearrests and reincarceration 38 months after their release. They were compared to a nontreated control group of 82 male felony offenders. Recidivism in the treated group was 24.3% as compared to 36.6% for the(More)
115 DWI-convicted male inmates were treated with Moral Reconation Therapy during incarceration. Nearly two years after their release, subjects' postrelease arrest records were collected. Treatment group data were compared to a control group of 65 inmates who applied but did not enter treatment as bed space was limited. Analysis showed that 10.4% of the(More)
115 DWI-convicted male inmates were treated with the cognitive behavioral system of Moral Reconation Therapy during their incarceration. Three years after their release, subjects' postrelease arrest and reincarceration records were collected. In the treated group, 24 subjects participated in an extended aftercare program and were compared to a control group(More)
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