Roselyn Payne Epps

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BACKGROUND Transferring new information to practicing physicians is a complex and often faulty process. Effective transfer is a challenging goal that requires a strategy for reaching large numbers of physicians throughout the country in a short time. However, methods for disseminating preventive health techniques such as smoking cessation have not been well(More)
ISSUES Tobacco Control remains one of the greatest determinants for reducing the morbidity and mortality of African Americans. OBJECTIVE To examine the scope and consequences of tobacco use among African Americans and characterize its implications for the National Medical Association physician membership and their patients, and identify policy, education,(More)
From 1947 to 1984, 45 advanced ectopic pregnancies were delivered at Freedmen's Hospital and its successor, Howard University Hospital. Four patients of extrauterine pregnancies were contacted to determine their developmental outcome. At the time of the study, their ages ranged from infancy to adulthood. Results are presented of two children who received(More)