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[Teenage and young adult cancer: how to make effective disclosures?].
This work proposes an analysis of doctor-patient interaction; an overview of psychological issues associate with diagnosis disclosure; suggestions to build and manage communication with patients; and a clarification of the role of the psychologist and of the psychological adjustment at the time of disclosure. Expand
On Becoming a Zebra
Desire understanding and prosocial behavior: the relationship between early development of theory of mind and the social processes of preschool-age children
This study explores the relationship between desire understanding and prosocial behavior. A sample of 49 children, ranging from 3 to 5 years of age, was given a battery of desire understanding tasks.Expand
Preschoolers' Desire Understanding and its Relation to Prosocial Behavior
Theory of mind in humans allows for communication, interaction and socialization. Through the development of a theory of mind children understand first that others have desires, and after this anExpand
Dimensions of Research-Participant Interaction: Engagement is Not a Replacement for Consent
A new form of consent is proposed — engaged consent — in which researchers engage participants in an “ongoing relationship” with the repository that can “serve as a substitute or adjunct” to traditional information exchange at enrollment. Expand
Sucess vs Failure- Creating a Shared Vision of Acceptance, Accountability, & Alignment to achieve Effective Results
Falls – decreased nearly 33% over 3 years HAPrU – decreased over 60% over 3 years HAI – set 2011 goals to meet NHSN 25th percentile 4 of 6 ICUs met goal for CAUTI and VAP 3 of 6 ICUs met goal forExpand
Predicting Financial Crises
After the Great Recession, there has been speculation as to whether it is possible to effectively detect systemic risk in the financial sector in order to guide macroprudential policy. This paperExpand