Phil Crawford

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A dissonance between espoused values of consumerism within mental health care and the 'reality' of clinical practice has been firmly established in the literature, not least in terms of service user involvement in care planning. In order to begin to minimize such dissonance, it is vital that mental health nurse perceptions of service user involvement in the(More)
BACKGROUND This study was conducted to validate use of electronic health record (EHR) data for measuring colorectal cancer (CRC) screening rates at community health centers (CHCs). METHODS Electronic health records were queried to assess screening via colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, or fecal occult blood testing (FOBT) in 2011. RESULTS Multiple(More)
BACKGROUND The Community Health Applied Research Network, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, is a research network comprising 18 Community Health Centers organized into four Research Nodes (each including an academic partner) and a data coordinating center. The network represents more than 500,000 diverse safety net patients across(More)
Because of the advent of highly effective treatments, routine screening for HIV and hepatitis C virus (HCV) has been recommended for many Americans. This study explored the perceived barriers surrounding routine HIV and HCV screening in a diverse sample of community health centers (CHCs). The Community Health Applied Research Network (CHARN) is a(More)
OBJECTIVE Recent research demonstrates an increased need to understand the contribution of social determinants of health (SDHs) in shaping an individual's health status and outcomes. We studied patients with diabetes in safety-net centers and evaluated associations of their disease complexity, demographic characteristics, comorbidities, insurance status,(More)
OBJECTIVE Colorectal cancer (CRC) screening rates remain lower among some racial/ethnic groups and individuals with low income or educational attainment who are often cared for within community health centers (CHCs). We surveyed clinicians in a network of CHCs to understand their attitudes, practice patterns, and perceived barriers to CRC screening. (More)
This paper examines the role and implementation of a casualty processing unit (CPU) developed by a multi-service group during Operation Desert Storm in Saudi Arabia. Data were obtained from review of flight manifests, fleet hospital admission records, 24-hour follow-up of patients admitted to Fleet Hospital 15, and patient chart reviews following Desert(More)
This article describes a flexible and versatile tri-care triage medical system within a combat arena in which the Navy nurse, integrating with other factions of the military, provided the injured sailor and Marine consistent and optimal care. A systemized approach to casualty flow created a simple, multi-purposed, and accelerated system that proved(More)
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