Lucy M. Candib
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OBJECTIVE To test whether a theory-based, literacy, and culturally tailored self-management intervention, Latinos en Control, improves glycemic control among low-income Latinos with type 2 diabetes.… Expand
Around the world obesity and diabetes are climbing to epidemic proportion, even in countries previously characterized by scarcity. Likewise, people from low-income and minority communities, as well… Expand
BACKGROUND This review's goal was to determine how differences between physicians and patients in race, ethnicity and language influence the quality of the physician-patient relationship. METHODS… Expand
OBJECTIVES To determine the association between severity of sexual abuse and psychiatric or medical problems in a sample of female patients from primary care medical settings and to assess the… Expand
OBJECTIVE Compared to screening for partner violence, screening for childhood physical and sexual abuse among adult patients has received little attention, despite associated adverse health… Expand
Somatization is a common phenomenon that has been defined in many ways. The two most widely used diagnoses, Somatization Disorder (SD) and Abridged Somatization Disorder (ASD), are based on lifetime… Expand
Barry Saver and colleagues caution against the use of process and performance metrics as health care quality measures in the United States.
Purpose To describe methods used to recruit and retain low-income Latinos in a randomized clinical trial (RCT) of a diabetes self-management intervention at 5 community health centers (CHCs) in… Expand
Medicine and the Family: A Feminist Perspective. Lucy M. Candib. New York: Basic Books. 1995. 360 pp. Hardcover ISBN 0-46502374-6. $38.00 cloth. In 35 years, I have never seen anyone in the medical… Expand