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- Tags: LONGITUDINAL method
Tags: 2021, April 2021 List, Cleveland Clinic Akron General Hospital, Confidence Intervals, Delgado F, Department of Emergency Medicine, Descriptive Statistics, Emergency Medical Services, Fertel BS, Health Facilities, journalArticle, LONGITUDINAL method, MEDICAL appointments, MEDICAL cooperation, MEDICAL screening, Meldon SW, METROPOLITAN areas, Muir McKinsey R, NEOMED College of Medicine, Patients, Research, Retrospective Studies, Simon EL, Smalley CM, Western Journal of Emergency Medicine
Willingness and Ability of Older Adults in the Emergency Department to Provide Clinical Information Using a Tablet Computer.
Tags: *aged, *Attitude to Computers, *Computers, *Data Collection, *Elderly, *emergency department, *Emergency Service, 2016, 80 and over, Academic Medical Centers, Academic Medical Centers – North Carolina, Aged, Brahmandam Sruti, Braz Valerie A, Computers, Confidence Intervals, Convenience Sample, Cross Sectional Studies, CROSS-sectional method, Cross-Sectional Studies, Descriptive Statistics, Emergency Care – In Old Age, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Service, Female, Handheld, Holland Wesley C, Hospital, HOSPITAL emergency services, Human, Humans, Hunold Katherine M, Jones Christopher W, Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, LONGITUDINAL method, Male, Mangipudi Sowmya A, Mass Screening/*instrumentation, MEDICAL cooperation, Medlin Richard P, Multicenter Studies, New Jersey, North Carolina, OLD age, Patient Attitudes – Evaluation – In Old Age, PATIENTS' attitudes, Platts-Mills Timothy F, Portable – Utilization – In Old Age, PORTABLE computers, Prospective Studies, Research, SCALE analysis (Psychology), Scales, STATISTICAL sampling, Summated Rating Scaling, Surveys and Questionnaires, United States, User-Computer Interface
Tags: 2018, Acute Disease – Etiology, ACUTE diseases, Acute physical injury, Adult, Anxiety Disorders, Arousal, AROUSAL (Physiology), Avoidance, Avoidance (Psychology), Chronic pain, Delahanty Douglas L, Depression, Early Intervention, EARLY medical intervention, George Richard L, Headache, Headache – Etiology, headache-related disability, Health Status, Health Status Indicators, Hruska Bryce, Human, hyperarousal, INJURY complications, Linear Regression, LONGITUDINAL method, MENTAL depression, negative affect, Nonexperimental Studies, OBSERVATION (Scientific method), Pacella Maria L, Post-Traumatic, POST-traumatic stress disorder, Prospective Studies, PTSD symptoms, Regression Analysis, Secondary Analysis, Stress Disorders, Trauma – Complications
A multi-level modeling approach examining PTSD symptom reduction during prolonged exposure therapy: moderating effects of number of trauma types experienced, having an HIV-related index trauma, and years since HIV diagnosis among
Tags: *HIV/AIDS, *prolonged exposure therapy, *PTSD, *trauma history, 2017, Adult, AIDS care, Boarts Jessica M, Ciesla Jeffrey A, Coleman Jennifer A, Delahanty Douglas L, Descriptive Statistics, Feeny Norah C, Female, HIV Infections/*psychology, HIV-Infected Patients – Psychosocial Factors, Human, Humans, Implosive Therapy/*methods, Jones Tracy, Junglen Angela G, LONGITUDINAL method, Male, Middle Aged, Pacella Maria L, Post-Traumatic – Symptoms, Post-Traumatic – Therapy, POST-traumatic stress disorder, Post-Traumatic/diagnosis/*psychology/*therapy, Prospective Studies, Psychological/*psychology/therapy, PSYCHOLOGY of HIV-positive people, Smith Brian C, Stress, Stress Disorders, Time, Time Factors, Trauma – Classification, Trauma – History, TREATMENT effectiveness, TREATMENT of post-traumatic stress disorder, Treatment Outcome, Treatment Outcomes – Evaluation, United States, WOUNDS & injuries – Classification, WOUNDS & injuries – History
Minimal clinically important differences in the EORTC QLQ-C30 and brief pain inventory in patients undergoing re-irradiation for painful bone metastases.
Tags: *Bone metastases, *Brief pain inventory, *EORTC QLQ-C30, *Minimal Clinically Important Difference, *Minimal clinically important differences, *Radiation, 2018, 80 and over, Adolescence, Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Babington Scott, Bone Metastases – Radiotherapy, BONE metastasis, BONE metastasis – Treatment, Bone Neoplasms/*complications/radiotherapy/secondary, Brief pain inventory, Brundage Michael, Cancer Patients, CANCER radiotherapy, Chow Edward, Clinical Assessment Tools, Demas William F, Ding Keyue, Female, Funding Source, Haas Rick, Hartsell William F, Hoskin Peter, Human, Humans, Instrument Scaling, LONGITUDINAL method, Male, Meyer Ralph M, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Nabid Abdenour, Pain Management, Pain/*diagnosis, Prospective Studies, Quality of life research : an international journal of quality of life aspects of treatment, care and rehabilitation, Quality of Life/*psychology, Questionnaires, Raman Srinivas, RANDOMIZED controlled trials, Re-Irradiation/*adverse effects, Reoperation, Repeat Procedures, RESEARCH funding, Roos Daniel, SCALING (Social sciences), Secondary Analysis, Surveys and Questionnaires, van der Linden Yvette M, Wiggenraad Ruud, Wilson Carolyn F, Wong Rebecca K S, Wu Jackson S Y, Young Adult, Zhu Liting