Richard Hamilton

1Mette M. Svenning
1Olga N. Rozova
1Katherine Meyer
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  • Mariko Chang, Josh Dubrow, Penny Edgell, William Form, Richard Hamilton, Kieran Healy +6 others
Researchers have documented extreme inequalities in wealth ownership, but the processes that create these inequalities are not well understood. One important contributing factor that attracts little attention is religion. This study explores the relationship between religious participation, religious affiliation, and patterns of wealth accumulation. I argue(More)
  • Sharon Griswold, Alisha Bonaroti, Christopher J Rieder, John Erbayri, Jessica Parsons, Romy Nocera +1 other
  • 2013
OBJECTIVE This article sought to define whether an alternative safety-engineered device (SED) could help prevent needlestick injury (NSI) in healthcare workers (HCWs) who place central venous catheters (CVCs). DESIGN The study involved three phases: (1) A retrospective analysis of deidentified occupational health records from our tertiary care urban US(More)
Genome sequences of Methylobacter luteus, Methylobacter whittenburyi, Methylosarcina fibrata, Methylomicrobium agile, and Methylovulum miyakonense were generated. The strains represent aerobic methanotrophs typically isolated from various terrestrial ecosystems.
INTRODUCTION The smallpox vaccination emergency preparedness program has been unsuccessful in enrolling sufficient numbers of healthcare workers. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to use game theory to analyze a pre-event vaccination versus post-event vaccination program using the example of a terrorist considering an attack with smallpox or a(More)
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