Megan M. Moore

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Ed. note: With the increasing recognition of the value of nature to human health and well-being, Parks Victoria will host the first International Healthy Parks Healthy People Congress in 2010. The aim of the congress is to raise awareness of recent research, highlight case studies , and facilitate discussion regarding the advantages of, and opportunities(More)
Active and important physical disorders are common among public-sector psychiatric patients and are frequently undetected. A total of 289 patients who were consecutively admitted to a public psychiatric hospital were screened for physical disorders and given medical evaluations when screening results suggested an active and important physical disorder.(More)
OBJECTIVE This study examined the role of emergency department (ED) social workers and identified predictors of receipt of social work services and length of ED stay. METHODS Comprehensive reviews were conducted of medical records of all patients (N=49,354) treated in a level 1 trauma center ED from January 1, 2012, to March 31, 2013. Content analysis of(More)
Despite demonstrated improvement in patient outcomes with use of the Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Guidelines (Guidelines), there are differential rates of adherence. Provider perspectives on barriers and facilitators to adherence have not been elucidated. This study aimed to identify and explore in depth the provider perspective on factors(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine acceptability and preliminary effectiveness of Emergency Department (ED) Social Work Intervention for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (SWIFT-Acute) on alcohol use, community functioning, depression, anxiety, post-concussive symptoms, post-traumatic stress disorder and service use. METHODS This study enrolled 64 patients who received(More)
Special acknowledgement goes to all those individuals who willingly participated in these surveys and without whose cooperation this project would not have been possible. xi Anecdotal comments are made by local people in the greater Williamsburg area about personal difficulties in accessing physician care. 1 People on Medicaid or without any health(More)
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