Lindsay P Stephens

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OBJECTIVE To combine insights from multiple disciplines into a set of questions that can be used to investigate contextual factors affecting health decision making. BACKGROUND Decision-making processes and outcomes may be shaped by a range of non-medical or 'contextual' factors particular to an individual including social, economic, political,(More)
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of sampling strategy (i.e., number of breaths) on measured peak rate of oxygen uptake ( VO(2peak)) elicited by a range of severe intensity exercise bouts. The hypothesis was that a smaller sample (i.e., fewer breaths) would produce a higher measure of VO(2peak) and that this effect would be greater in(More)
CONTEXT Orofacial and dental trauma continues to be a commonly encountered issue for the sports medicine team. All sports have some risk for dental injury, but "contact sports" presumably incur more risk. Immediate evaluation and proper management of the most common injuries to dentition can result in saving or restoration of tooth structure. Despite the(More)
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