William P. Moore

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To assess their attitudes toward patient input in medical decisions for breast cancer patients, 67 oncologists, 94 oncology nurses and 288 patients from a women's clinic completed the Beisecker Locus of Authority in Decision Making: Breast Cancer survey. Nurses and physicians responded in terms of a patient aged 40, 60, or 75 years. All groups believed that(More)
OBJECTIVE Occupational therapists frequently evaluate instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) performance with interviews and observation of simulated tasks. This study examined the congruence of judgments of independence when comparing task performance assessed by interview and simulation with task performance assessed by observation in the natural(More)
Test-program generators play a key role in hardware functional verification of large scale processors. However, in the DSP domain, the usage of full-blown test-program generators is much less popular, mainly due to the limited resources (time and money) available when developing such systems. This paper describes a work-model for the fast, low cost(More)
Fine needle aspirates (FNA) from 106 high-risk women and 25 low-risk women were evaluated for overexpression of estrogen receptor (ER), epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR), mutant p53, and HER-2/neu by immunocytochemistry, and for aneuploidy by image analysis. Aspirates were also classified cytologically as normal, apocrine metaplasia, epithelial(More)
This study was designed to determine whether medical students, residents, and fully trained physicians differ in their attitudes toward decision-making input by older and younger patients, whether they believe that physicians should have greater input than patients in medical decisions, whether physicians grant different decision-making authority to younger(More)
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