Global Health Learning Outcomes in Pharmacy Students Completing International Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences
- Medicine, Psychology
- American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
The CUGH competency framework appears to be a suitable instrument to assess pharmacy students’ global health learning outcomes and PharmD participation in international APPEs led to significant improvement in all CUGH Competencies. Expand
A Scholarship of Practice Revisited: Creating Community-Engaged Occupational Therapy Practitioners, Educators, and Scholars
- Occupational therapy in health care
A community-engaged SOP model is described, the evidence justifying the need for such a model, and strategies to effectively create community-Engaged practitioners, educators and career scientists within occupational therapy are described. Expand
Transformative Nature of Global Partnerships.
- Sociology, Medicine
- Occupational therapy international
Challenges and opportunities of public health research in Nepal.
- Kathmandu University medical journal
The ongoing fight against HIV/AIDS, threats of Ebola, malaria, tuberculosis, and other epidemics, including those like the occasional cholera outbreak in the authors' own backyard will keep us honest about their previous successes. Expand
Exploring the role of the pharmacist in global health.
- Journal of the American Pharmacists Association : JAPhA
Understanding the definition of global health and how it can be applied to the profession of pharmacy is explored to understand the potential role of the pharmacist within global health practice and program delivery, research, and policy. Expand
Understanding the relevance of global health to North Carolina.
- North Carolina medical journal
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Infant overweight is associated with delayed motor development.
- The Journal of pediatrics
Pediatric overweight and high subcutaneous fat are associated with delayed infant motor development. Expand
Interventions for increasing physical activity at child care.
- Medicine and science in sports and exercise
Findings do provide encouragement that regularly provided, structured physical activity programs can increase the amount and intensity of physical activity that children receive and improve children's motor skills. Expand
A Randomized Trial of a Church-Based Diabetes Self-management Program for African Americans With Type 2 Diabetes
- The Diabetes educator
The church-based intervention was well received by participants and improved short-term metabolic control and diabetes knowledge and diabetes-related quality of life significantly improved in the SI group compared with the MI group. Expand
Ending the epidemic of heterosexual HIV transmission among African Americans.
- American journal of preventive medicine
The African-American HIV epidemic constitutes a national crisis whose successful resolution will require modifying the social and economic systems, structures, and processes that facilitate HIV transmission in this population. Expand
Infant temperament contributes to early infant growth: A prospective cohort of African American infants
- The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity
Infant temperament dimensions contribute to the understanding of the role of behavior in the development of the risk of overweight in the formative months of life as well as identifying modifiable risk factors early in life. Expand
Randomized Trial of a Behavioral Weight Loss Intervention for Low‐income Women: The Weight Wise Program
The Weight Wise Program was associated with statistically significant and clinically important short‐term weight loss and of the 72 WWP participants, 64, 47, and 19% lost at least 3, 5, and 7% of their initial body weight, respectively. Expand
The Many Faces of Diabetes in American Youth: Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes in Five Race and Ethnic Populations: The SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth Study
- Diabetes Care
Diabetes, a leading cause of nephropathy, retinopathy, neuropathy, and coronary and peripheral vascular disease, is the third most prevalent severe chronic disease of childhood in the U.S. (1).… Expand
Synthetic recombinant bat SARS-like coronavirus is infectious in cultured cells and in mice
- Medicine, Biology
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
The design, synthesis, and recovery of the largest synthetic replicating life form, a 29.7-kb bat severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)-like coronavirus (Bat-SCoV), a likely progenitor to the SARS-CoV epidemic is reported. Expand