Martha Read

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The purpose of this study was to measure the effects of varied rest interval lengths on the vertical jump heights and ground reaction forces during the execution of a depth jump from a predetermined optimal height. The subjects were 12 men with a mean (SD) age of 25.08 +/- 2.43 years. Each subject's optimal depth jump height was determined by executing(More)
Discusses how consumer evaluation studies of health-care services might be undertaken to provide valid assessments of consumer opinions and priorities, amenable to subsequent, effective management action. To do so, provides an account of the history of patient satisfaction surveys, presents a detailed examination of key examples, and discusses the(More)
Cancer care is evolving from a solo practitioner care delivery system based on tradition and anecdotal experience to a multidisciplinary, collaborative, science-driven paradigm. Evidence-based practice facilitates optimal care quality for patients with cancer and is effected for medical and nursing practitioners through clinical practice guideline(More)
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