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- Tags: Health Services Accessibility
Differences between black and white patients with cancer of the uterine corpus in interval from symptom recognition to initial medical consultation (United states)
Tags: 1996, Barrett R J, Blacklow R S, Blacks, breast-cancer, Cancer Causes & Control, Chen V W, Click L A, Coates R J, Darity W A, delay, Department of Family & Community Medicine, determinants, Diagnosis, Disease, Edwards B K, Eley J W, Environmental & Occupational Health, Harlan L C, Health Behavior, Health Services Accessibility, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, NEOMED College of Medicine, oncology, Public, Race, Reynolds P, Robboy S, seeking care, stage, states, Survival, United, uterine neoplasms, Women
Tags: 2019, American Journal of Bioethics, AT-risk people, Aultman Julie, CITIZENSHIP, CONCEPTUAL structures (Information theory), Decision Making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, ETHICAL decision making, ETHICISTS, Health Services Accessibility, June 2019 Update, MEDICAL ethics, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, PSYCHOSOCIAL factors, Public Health, RESPONSIBILITY, Social Justice, UNDOCUMENTED immigrants, Whipkey Andrew J
Tags: 2002, Abortion, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Female, Health Services Accessibility, Human, Induced, interviews, Job Satisfaction, Motivation, NEOMED College of Medicine, Occupational, Ohio, Physician Attitudes, Physicians – Psychosocial Factors, Politics, Qualitative Studies, Quality of Life, Stress, Wear D, Women & health, Work Environment
Tags: 2012, Caregivers – Education, Child, Child Development, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Health Services Accessibility, Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, Langkamp DL, Licensure, Patient Education, Pediatrics – Legislation and Jurisprudence, Soares NS, Telemedicine – Legislation and Jurisprudence, United States
LESSONS FROM CUBA'S NATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM...Keck CW, Reed GA. 'The curious case of Cuba' Am J Public Health. 2012;102(8):e13—e22.
Tags: 2012, American journal of public health, Community Role, Cuba, Education, Health Services Accessibility, Keck C William, Levy Barry S, Medical – Cuba, Medically Underserved Area, MULTILINGUALISM, National Health Programs – Cuba, Outcomes (Health Care), Primary Health Care, Reed Gail A, Role Models, Social Responsibility
Tags: 2012, American journal of public health, COMMUNITY support, Cuba, EVALUATION of medical care, Health Services Accessibility, Keck C William, Levy Barry S, MEDICALLY underserved areas, MEDICINE – Study & teaching, MULTILINGUALISM, NATIONAL health services – Cuba, Primary Health Care, Reed Gail A, Role Models, Social Responsibility
Tags: 2012, American journal of public health, Community Assessment – Utilization, Community Health Services, Community Health Services/standards, COST control, Cuba, Delivery of Health Care, Family Practice/education/standards, Health Care Delivery – History – Cuba, Health Personnel – Education, Health Planning Guidelines, Health Policy, HEALTH risk assessment, Health Services Accessibility, Health Status, Health Status Indicators, Health Status Indicators – Utilization, Humans, Integrated/*organization & administration, Keck C William, MEDICAL care – Cuba, MEDICAL care – History, Medical education, National Health Programs – Trends – Cuba, National Health Programs/economics/*organization & administration/trends, NATIONAL health services – Cuba, NURSE & physician, Nurse-Physician Relations, ORGANIZATIONAL change, Outcome Assessment (Health Care), Preventive Health Care, Preventive Health Services, PUBLIC sector, Quality Assurance, Quality Improvement – Methods, Reed Gail A, State Medicine/organization & administration, United States, Universal Health Insurance/economics/standards
Tags: *Abortion, *Attitude of Health Personnel, *Politics, 2002, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Female, Health Services Accessibility, Humans, Interviews as Topic, Legal, Motivation, NEOMED College of Medicine, Physicians/*psychology, Quality of Life, United States, Wear Delese, Women & health
Tags: *Anticipation, *Awareness, *Health Knowledge, 2017, 80 and over, Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Attitudes, Betka Eric M, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Descriptive Statistics, Female, Health Services Accessibility, Hospital, Hospital/methods/*statistics & numerical data, Human, Humans, Inpatients, Inpatients/*psychology, Journal of pharmacy practice, King Philip K, Male, Marketing, Marketing/methods, Martin Steven J, Middle Aged, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Patient Attitudes, patient awareness, Patient Education, patient expectations, Pharmacists/*statistics & numerical data, Pharmacy Service, pharmacy services, Practice, Pretest-Posttest Design, Professional Role, Professional-Patient Relations, Psychological, Social Marketing, Summated Rating Scaling, Surveys, Surveys and Questionnaires, United States, Young Adult
Lacking a Primary Care Physician Is Associated With Increased Suffering in Patients With Severe Mental Illness.
Tags: *Health Services Accessibility, *Primary Health Care, 2017, Adolescence, Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Amerine Jenna, Boltri John M, Clasen Mark E, Community, Comorbid conditions, Cost of Illness, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Economic Aspects of Illness, Female, Health outcomes, Health Services Accessibility, Hospitalization, Hospitals, Humans, Life Style, Lifestyle problems, Male, Mental Disorders – Complications, Mental Disorders – Psychosocial Factors, Mental Disorders – Therapy, Mental Disorders/complications/*psychology/*therapy, Middle Age, Middle Aged, NEOMED College of Medicine, Olsen Cynthia G, Preventative services, Primary Health Care, Psychological – Etiology, Psychological – Psychosocial Factors, Psychological/etiology/*psychology, Retrospective Design, Retrospective Studies, Stress, The journal of primary prevention, Young Adult
Tags: *Help-Seeking Behavior, 2015, Adolescence, Adolescent, Adolescents and young adults, Adult, Affective Disorders, Bonfine Natalie, Child Behavior, Community mental health journal, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Diagnostic Errors, Early Intervention, Families, Female, First episode psychosis, Health Services Accessibility, Help Seeking Behavior – Ohio, Human, Humans, Interviews as Topic, Knepp Kristen, Male, Munetz Mark R, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ohio, Parental Attitudes, Parents, Parents – Psychosocial Factors, Parents/*psychology, Pathways to treatment, Patient Acceptance of Health Care/*psychology, Professional development, Psychosocial, Psychotic – In Adolescence, Psychotic Disorders/diagnosis/*psychology/therapy, Qualitative Studies, Semi-Structured Interview, Skubby David, Support, Tracy Hattie, Treatment Delay, Young Adult