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The Effect of an Intervention to Break the Gender Bias Habit for Faculty at One Institution: A Cluster Randomized, Controlled Trial
Purpose Despite sincere commitment to egalitarian, meritocratic principles, subtle gender bias persists, constraining women’s opportunities for academic advancement. The authors implemented aExpand
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Predictors and Outcomes of Burnout in Primary Care Physicians
Objective: To assess relationships between primary care work conditions, physician burnout, quality of care, and medical errors. Methods: Cross-sectional and longitudinal analyses of data from theExpand
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Patient–physician racial/ethnic concordance and blood pressure control: the role of trust and medication adherence
Objectives. To examine the associations between racial/ethnic concordance and blood pressure (BP) control, and to determine whether patient trust and medication adherence mediate these associations.Expand
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Patient reaction to traumatic injury and inpatient AODA consult: six-month follow-up.
This paper describes the effects of traumatic injury and an inpatient Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse consultation on patients admitted to a university hospital with a positive blood alcoholExpand
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Chaos in the Clinic: Characteristics and Consequences of Practices Perceived as Chaotic
Abstract: The Minimizing Error, Maximizing Outcome (MEMO) study of clinics in New York City, Chicago, and Wisconsin linked primary care work experiences to physician stress. We analyzed MEMO data toExpand
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Patient and physician perceptions of knee and hip osteoarthritis care: A qualitative study
Knee and hip osteoarthritis (KHOA) are common, chronic conditions affecting function, morbidity and mortality. Although the societal burden is high and guidelines are available to guide management,Expand
Multimodal Care for Knee and Hip Osteoarthritis: A Pilot Feasibility Study of a Novel Approach to a Common Problem.
BACKGROUND Osteoarthritis is common and debilitating. Evidence-based care exists; there is a gap between recommended and received are. Multimodal treatment is recommended, with unknown effectiveness.Expand