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Staking out the law

J S Kaye
1991 The Mount Sinai journal of medicine  
Brock: I started out saying that I was going to give you three ordered principles, and then after talking about them, noted that, in fact, if you don’t have completely decisive evidence concerning a patient  ...  It might not be true one out of ten times, or one out of six times, or one out of five times, but the other four or five or nine times, it’s going to be true.  ... 
pmid:1753968 fatcat:egs62ckptredfe3jkpldftm52q

Reach Out and Read: evidence based approach to promoting early child development

Barry Zuckerman, Aasma Khandekar
2010 Current opinion in pediatrics  
Acknowledgement This work is supported in part from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) Training Grant.  ...  Parent-physician relationship There are also reports of other benefits from participating in Reach Out and Read, for both families and pediatric providers.  ...  This clinic received 133 thank you notes spontaneously during 1 year.  ... 
doi:10.1097/mop.0b013e32833a4673 pmid:20601887 fatcat:vjg2tuhpnvfmlkxmcfpp6rhdei

Lydia A. Shrier: mobile technology—a way out for adolescent mental health problems and risk behaviors

Brad Li
2019 mHealth  
Shrier for sharing her insights and opinions with us. Footnote Conflicts of Interest: The author has no conflicts of interest to declare.  ...  mHealth: What are the major challenges in your area of research? And what have been driving you to move forward and make progress in it? Prof.  ...  Interview mHealth: Having been studying in the field of adolescent mental health and risk behavior for years, what do you think are the critical issues facing the field?  ... 
doi:10.21037/mhealth.2019.01.03 pmid:30976597 pmcid:PMC6414357 fatcat:4nnaybzp6rbtflmuqu3ou62mia

The Role of Clinic Culture in Implementation of Primary Care Interventions: The Case of Reach Out and Read

Tracy M. King, Samar Muzaffar, Maureen George
2009 Academic pediatrics  
-Twenty primary care providers and 70 support staff from 7 clinics in Baltimore, Maryland, participated in semistructured interviews.  ...  -Reach Out and Read (ROR) is a primary care-based intervention supported by considerable evidence regarding its efficacy. Implementation of ROR, however, varies across participating sites.  ...  We are particularly indebted to the 7 primary care sites who gave so generously of their time and wisdom to make this study possible.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.acap.2008.10.004 pmid:19329090 fatcat:ldacl5zeuvdflgwz3zmj4la3eu

The Acting-Out Boy

Ruth G. Newman
1956 Exceptional children  
the reader from duplication of material, to provide consistency of point of view (unless specific note is mentioned of variance in point of view or philoso- phy), and some effort must be taken to at least  ...  you in Minneapolis.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001440295602200501 fatcat:72dwbu33jndixgbmbcu3jqmkoa

Parenting Advice Books About Child Sleep: Cosleeping and Crying It Out

Kathleen D. Ramos, Davin M. Youngclarke
2006 Sleep  
More than half of the books presented advice that explicitly supported either cosleeping or crying it out and rejected the other.  ...  Those that endorsed cosleeping generally recommended long-term bed sharing, but a few suggested room sharing only during the first few months after birth.  ...  However, it should be noted that the American Academy of Pediatrics 26 is opposed to infants and adults sharing sleep space on the basis that it is hazardous.  ... 
doi:10.1093/sleep/29.12.1616 pmid:17252893 fatcat:5btiqogyfrdibeqoufbleqs3dm

We Can Work It Out: What an ERM Needs

Susan Klimley
2014 Against the Grain  
There are many cases where I threw data into the notes field only to find it was a useful bit of information and needed to dig it out and put it in its own field.  ...  Some of the titles are online but password protected, and we cannot accommodate easily sharing this information in our big institution.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.5495 fatcat:k4o6zumrerectdksmowa3iwbki

The Good Habit of Reading (El Buen Habito de la Lectura): Parental Reactions to an Enhanced Reach Out and Read Program in a Clinic for the Underserved

Carrie L. Byington, Wendy L. Hobson, Lenora Olson, Gloria Torres-Nielsen, Kimberly Winter, Karen A. Ortiz, Karen F. Buchi
2008 Journal of health care for the poor and underserved  
This report describes parental reactions to a Reach Out and Read (ROR) program enhanced with a children's library in an urban clinic serving low-income immigrant families.  ...  Acknowledgments Portions of this research were presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies meeting on May 3, 2004 in San Francisco.  ...  The Reach Out and Read Program at the University South Main Clinic receives financial support from the National Reach Out and Read Organization, and the Foundations of Primary Children's Medical Center  ... 
doi:10.1353/hpu.0.0024 pmid:18469409 fatcat:zvdmhpqhcbbxtjvop7uybfqvuq

Infrared Detector Scopes Out the Neighborhood

A. R.
1995 Science  
Children's education allowance, leave, and medical benefits are provided; housing or tenancy allowances are also provided in most cases at a charge of a percentage of salary, The Institute of Cancer Research  ...  Abbott provides an excellent salary and benefits package including profit sharing and a stock retirement plan.  ...  Research Genetics is proud to provide an economical 'start-to-finish' custom peptide antibody service. Just supply us with your peptide sequence and we'll do the rest.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.268.5213.976 fatcat:36qzx5ptjnb2hbid5267pglqle


2008 Annals of Family Medicine  
If you need help with logging in or completing modules, or if you have any questions regarding your current MC-FP status, please contact our Support Center at 877-223-7437 or via email at help@theabfm.  ...  "Your voice counts," notes the site. "Join us and become a family health advocate to help make sure the health care system supports you.  ... 
doi:10.1370/afm.899 pmid:18779554 pmcid:PMC2532771 fatcat:ebg3k3nkszhkbncqp37xopshhm

Occupational Therapy's Psychosocial Role for Young Children Transitioning out of Foster Care

Patrick J Walker, Bryan M Gee, Sharon Leonard
2022 Open Journal of Occupational Therapy  
Results: All assessments provided significant results in the improvement of child engagement in social participation, education, and play.  ...  Unmet needs for children in the foster care system lead to hardships with social participation, healthy relationships, and occupational engagement.  ...  What stood out to you in the program? and Anything that you would change about the program? The interview was recorded and transcribed verbatim by the primary author.  ... 
doi:10.15453/2168-6408.2003 fatcat:wjlpdc2fljasthe7wxn55jgh6e

Teaching comprehensive pediatrics in an out-patient clinic

1954 Pediatrics  
It is often helpful to ask such questions as, “Have you thought of what might cause your symptom?” or “What ideas do you have about your pain?”  ...  Follow-up visits were also ar- ranged by appointment. Each morning for one hour there was a group discussion of patients seen on the previous days, in which an attempt was made to share experiences.  ... 
pmid:13214971 fatcat:vwfgsthfj5dknitpmmpjsdrtom

The prescription drug sting: be careful out there

B Goldman
1987 CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal  
"You look at the age bracket", says Ron. "The 20s, the 30s or the 60s. See, you either go for the new ones just coming out or the ones that are near senile. And there's a lot of them in Toronto."  ...  "That doesn't include a patient who is a drug seeker but is not commercially in the business", notes Carlisle. "How many of those there are, God only knows."  ... 
pmid:3815233 pmcid:PMC1491885 fatcat:fwvckizd7zgdfcafmlnaex3lde

Sense Creation in and out of Discourse Contexts

Richard J. Gerrig, Heather Bortfeld
1999 Journal of Memory and Language  
But in what ways do these out of discourse context interpretations contribute to the determination of discourse meanings?  ...  in discourse contexts.  ...  In the Experiment 3 control study, 90% of the out of discourse context interpretations were some variation on "a night when you eat spaghetti" or "a night when you eat pasta."  ... 
doi:10.1006/jmla.1999.2656 fatcat:ullpbbgbzfcvheb2w5tuyv5nam

Pediatric Airway Maintenance and Clearance in the Acute Care Setting: How To Stay Out of Trouble

B. K. Walsh, K. Hood, G. Merritt
2011 Respiratory care  
Yet there are distinct differences in physiology and pathology between children and adults that limit the routine application of adult-derived airway-clearance techniques in children.  ...  Many new airway clearance and maintenance techniques have evolved, but few have demonstrated true efficacy in the pediatric patient population.  ...  Some models of mechanical percussor or vibrator are appropriate only for the newborn or premature infant, whereas other models provide a stronger vibration appropriate for the larger child.  ... 
doi:10.4187/respcare.01323 pmid:21944689 fatcat:ickf3ysr3neh5cnri37wsw3lda
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