Melanie Older Gray

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The paper describes a new method for allocating work between and among humans and machines. The method consists of a series of stages, which cover how the overall work system should be organized and designed; how tasks within the work system should be allocated (human-human allocations); and how tasks involving the use of technology should be allocated(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine uptake rates for screening sigmoidoscopy and whether offering prior consultation about sigmoidoscopic screening improves the uptake rate. DESIGN Patients between 50.5-60.5 years of age registered with one practice were identified and offered screening sigmoidoscopy. Patients were randomly allocated to one of two groups. The first(More)
UNLABELLED Behavior modification necessary to tackle obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) requires individual awareness of the existing problem. OBJECTIVES This study aimed to assess body weight perception, awareness of the relation between adiposity and T2DM, and the relation between adiposity and weight loss attempts. METHODS Male drivers were(More)
  • Linda Bray Chanow, Lauren Stiller Rikleen, +10 authors Martha E. Smiley
  • 2012
This white paper captures seven strategies for getting, using, and keeping power that emerged from the 2011 Women's Power Summit on Law and Leadership and summarizes the steps that leaders today can take to accelerate the advancement of women in the legal profession. This white paper captures seven strategies for getting, using, and keeping power that(More)
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