Rachel Freeman

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  • Anna Turnbull, Hank Bohanon, Peter Griggs, Donna Wickham, Wayne Sailor, Rachel Freeman +11 others
  • 2016
P ositive behavior support (PBS) is a broad range of systemic and individualized strategies for achieving important social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior. PBS's key attributes include proactivity, data-based decision making, and a problem-solving orientation Weigle, 1997). As an extension of applied behavior analysis, PBS does not(More)
OBJECTIVES We examined the 4 year trend in antimicrobial susceptibilities and prescribing across levels of care at two London teaching hospitals and their multisite renal unit, and for the surrounding community. METHODS Laboratory and pharmacy information management systems were interrogated, with antimicrobial use and susceptibilities analysed between(More)
The high burden of non-communicable diseases and communicable diseases in Africa characterised by late presentation and diagnosis makes the need for palliative care a priority from the point of diagnosis to death and through bereavement. Palliative care is an intervention that requires a multidisciplinary team to address the multifaceted needs of the(More)
The need to reduce energy demand has been firmly established, but progress so far has been limited. This paper postulates that a Systems Thinking approach could address some of the weaknesses of current policies, which include a lack of deep understanding into what really drives energy demand and how to change it at the user level. Several systems analysis(More)
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