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Implementing patient-reported outcomes assessment in clinical practice: a review of the options and considerations
PurposeWhile clinical care is frequently directed at making patients “feel better,” patients’ reports on their functioning and well-being (patient-reported outcomes [PROs]) are rarely collected inExpand
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Duration of menopausal vasomotor symptoms over the menopause transition.
IMPORTANCE The expected duration of menopausal vasomotor symptoms (VMS) is important to women making decisions about possible treatments. OBJECTIVES To determine total duration of frequent VMS (≥ 6Expand
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Hot Flashes and Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease: Findings From the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation Heart Study
Background— Although evidence suggests adverse vascular changes among women with hot flashes, it is unknown whether hot flashes are associated with subclinical cardiovascular disease. The aim of thisExpand
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Making the most of mentors: a guide for mentees.
Effective mentorship is likely one of the most important determinants of success in academic medicine and research. Many papers focus on mentoring from the mentor's perspective, but few give guidanceExpand
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Interest in the Use of Computerized Patient Portals: Role of the Provider–Patient Relationship
BackgroundBioinformatics experts are developing interactive patient portals to help those living with diabetes and other chronic diseases to better manage their conditions. However, little is knownExpand
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Meta-analysis of vascular and neoplastic events associated with tamoxifen
OBJECTIVE: Tamoxifen reduces the risk of developing breast cancer but also affects the risks of certain vascular and neoplastic events. Our purpose was to estimate the effects of tamoxifen onExpand
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Using the internet to translate an evidence-based lifestyle intervention into practice.
Despite evidence-based recommendations for addressing obesity in the clinical setting, lifestyle interventions are lacking in practice. The objective of this study was to translate an evidence-basedExpand
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Beyond frequency: who is most bothered by vasomotor symptoms?
Objective: Most menopausal women report vasomotor symptoms (hot flashes, night sweats). However, not all women with vasomotor symptoms, including frequent symptoms, are bothered by them. The primaryExpand
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Generalizability of SPRINT Results to the U.S. Adult Population.
BACKGROUND In SPRINT (Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial), a systolic blood pressure (SBP) goal of <120 mm Hg resulted in lower cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk compared with an SBP goal ofExpand
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Living with Diabetes
Purpose The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore perceptions of people with diabetes about their experience of living with and managing their diabetes. Methods This study was part of aExpand
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