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Suicidal ideation in adolescence: Depression, substance use, and other risk factors
The interrelationships of depression and suicide with adolescent drug use, delinquency, eating disorders, and the risk factors for these different problems were investigated among 597 9th and 11th…
"I'm not going to die from the AIDS": resilience in aging with HIV disease.
Seven major themes emerged from the analysis including self-acceptance, optimism, will to live, generativity, self-management, relational living, and independence, which identified the importance of strengths and resilience among older adults living with HIV/AIDS.
Children's Psychological Distress Following the Death of a Parent
The death of a parent in childhood represents a profound psychological insult. Although a number of studies have examined rates of depression and anxiety in bereaved children, less attention has been…
The stressfulness of daily social roles for women: marital, occupational and household roles.
An anion exchange is carried out between an aqueous solution of a hydroxylamine salt and an organic solution of a formiate of an amine which is insoluble in water in accordance with the reaction:…
Adjustment of children facing the death of a parent due to cancer.
The data suggest that while many children experiencing the loss of a parent to cancer report elevated levels of depression and anxiety predeath, by 7 to 12 months postdeath their reports of Depression and anxiety are comparable with those of similarly situated children in the community who did not experience such a loss.
Mobile Phone Text Messaging Intervention for Cervical Cancer Screening: Changes in Knowledge and Behavior Pre-Post Intervention
- Hee Yun Lee, J. Koopmeiners, T. G. Rhee, V. Raveis, J. Ahluwalia
- MedicineJournal of Medical Internet Research
- 1 August 2014
Evidence is provided of the effectiveness and feasibility of the mScreening intervention, which could be a low-cost and effective method of reaching populations with low cervical cancer screening rates, using individually tailored messages that cover broad content areas and overcome restrictions to place and time of delivery.
Evaluation of a Preventive Intervention for Bereaved Children
- G. Christ, V. Raveis, K. Siegel, Daniel Karas, A. E. Christ
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of social work in end-of-life…
- 24 October 2005
Abstract One hundred eighty four families completed a twelve month parent-guidance (experimental) or a parent telephone-monitoring (comparison) intervention initiated during one parent'S terminal…
Factors associated with HIV-infected women's delay in seeking medical care.
The women's psychological responses to learning their serostatus were the most pervasive factors associated with delaying seeking care and the need to develop interventions or supportive services designed to assist women in coming to terms with their infected status is discussed.
Existential plight of adult daughters following their mother's breast cancer diagnosis
Analysis of the daughters' narratives documents that their mother's cancer diagnosis subjects them to a period of crisis fraught with severe emotional distress and life and death concerns that parallels the ‘existential plight’ that patients encounter following the cancer diagnosis and inception of treatment.
Health advocacy organizations and the pharmaceutical industry: an analysis of disclosure practices.
- S. Rothman, V. Raveis, A. Friedman, D. Rothman
- Political ScienceAmerican journal of public health
- 20 September 2011
This work used Eli Lilly and Company's grant registry to examine its grant-giving policies and examined HAO Web sites to determine grant-disclosure patterns, finding that only 25% of HAOs that received Lilly grants acknowledged Lilly's contributions on their Web sites, and only 10% acknowledged Lilly as a grant event sponsor.