Theresa Murzyn

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OBJECTIVE To determine the effect of an inpatient self-medication program (SMP) on the ability to self-medicate, patient medication knowledge, compliance, and patient morale. DESIGN Randomized controlled clinical trial. POPULATION One hundred seven consecutive patients admitted to a geriatric assessment and rehabilitation program were randomized to(More)
In 1998 the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Alberta, Canada, introduced a new elective semester course entitled "The Pain Module" for pharmacy students in their final year of undergraduate training. The aim was to build on the existing theoretical content related to areas such as pharmacology and therapeutics and to(More)
The authors of this volume showcase the unique insights that can be gained from examining the lives of exemplars. For example, as individuals who stand out for living reflective, ethical lives, exemplars can reveal the human capacity to behave in exceptional ways despite most people's tendency to not exhibit these behaviors. The authors also discuss various(More)
The current study uses a prospective, longitudinal design and lifespan perspective to understand how child personality relates to directly observed adult behavior during cognitive testing. Teacher assessments of child Big Five personality in elementary school were correlated with directly observed behaviors during a videotaped cognitive test four decades(More)
The purpose of this chapter is to build an intellectual bridge between moral psychology and education. Our hope is that the findings from moral psychology will inform and explain best practices in moral education. With that end in mind, we briefly and selectively review the moral education and character education literature highlighting some of the(More)
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