Browse Items (12 total)
- Tags: Decision-making
Prospective validation of a clinical prediction score for survival in patients with spinal metastases: the New England Spinal Metastasis Score.
Tags: 2021, Barton LB, Blucher JA, Chi JH, Decision-making, Department of Orthopaedics, February 2021 List, Ferrone ML, Harris MB, journalArticle, Kang JD, NEOMED College of Medicine, NESMS, predictive score, Schoenfeld AJ, Schwab JH, Shin JH, Spinal metastases, Surgery, Survival, The Spine Journal, Tobert DG
Multi-Site Study of Provider Self-Efficacy and Beliefs in Explaining Judgments About Need and Responsibility for Advance Care Planning.
Ethical challenges arising in the COVID-19 pandemic: An overview from the Association of Bioethics Program Directors (ABPD) task force
Tags: 2020, Aulisio M P, Davis FD, Decision-making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, end-of-life issues, Erwin C, Harter TD, Health Care Delivery, Health Policy, Jagsi R, journalArticle, Klitzman R, Macauley R, McGuire AL, NEOMED College of Medicine, October 2020 List, Public Health, Racine E, rationing/resource allocation, The American Journal of Bioethics, The COVID-19 Task Force of the Association of Bioethics Program Directors (ABPD), Wolf SM, Wolpe PR, Wynia M
Tags: 2020, Ahmed RA, August 2020 List, care, clinical judgment, Decision-making, Department of General Surgery, Education, George RL, Gothard MD, Hughes P, improve, Journal of medical education and curricular development, journalArticle, knowledge retention, McCarroll ML, Medical education, medical judgment, Myers Jerry, NEOMED College of Medicine, Rosasco J, Schwartz A, simulation, Skill retention, Students, Summa Health System Akron City Hospital
Tags: 2005, Career, career assessment, choices, controllable life-style, Decision-making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Hartung P J, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Journal of vocational behavior, Medical career development, medical-students, NEOMED College of Medicine, Personality, Psychology, psychometric scales, Richard G V, scores, specialty choice, Taber B J, Validity, values, Values assessment, Work values
Tags: 2018, Career, career construction counseling, career construction theory, career intervention, career planning, Decision-making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Hartung P J, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Journal of Career Assessment, latent semantic analysis, Life design, my career, narrative career counseling, NEOMED College of Medicine, Psychology, Santilli S, story
Tags: 2002, adaptability, aspirations, Career, circumplex model, construct, Decision-making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, development, dynamics, Hartung P J, Holland's theory, indecision, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Journal of Career Assessment, Lewis D M, life-role salience, May K, NEOMED College of Medicine, Niles S G, parental attachment, Psychology, Super's theory, systems perspective, Vocational identity, work and family
Tags: 2010, Career Development Quarterly, college-students, Decision-making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, editors joint statement, Hartung P J, high-school-students, inventory, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, NEOMED College of Medicine, person-environment fit, Psychology, social cognitive predictors, special international issues, specialty preference, vocational-guidance, work-family conflict
Tags: 2017, Ahmed Rami A, Assad Lori, Astronaut Health, Atkinson Steven Scott, BMJ simulation & technology enhanced learning, Brito Jose Cepeda, Clinical Judgement, Decision-making, George Richard L, Gothard Michael David, Hughes Patrick, McCarroll Michele L, Medical Judgement, Myers Jerry, Schwartz Alan, simulation
A broader understanding of care managers' attitudes of advance care planning: A concurrent nested design.
Tags: *Attitude of Health Personnel, *Health Knowledge, 2018, Adult, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning/*standards, Attitudes, Aultman Julie, Baughman Kristin R, Case Managers, Chi Square Test, College of Graduate Studies, Community health, Concurrent Prospective Studies, Convenience Sample, Decision-making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Discussion, end of life, Female, Focus Groups, Funding Source, Health Services Accessibility/standards, Human, Humans, Journal of clinical nursing, Ludwick Ruth, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Midwestern United States, Multicenter Studies, Multimethod Studies, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nurse Attitudes, nurses, Practice, Qualitative, Qualitative Research, quantitative, Questionnaires, Surveys, Surveys and Questionnaires, Thematic Analysis