Browse Items (8 total)
- Tags: Medical care
A Qualitative Metasynthesis of Published Research Exploring the Pregnancy and Resettlement Experience Among Refugee Women.
Tags: 2019, Chatfield Sheryl L, Journal Article, Kingsbury Diana M, Medical care, Meta-Themes, Metasynthesis, NEOMED College of Medicine, NEOMED College of Medicine Postdoc, NEOMED Postdoc Publications, November 2019 Update, Pregnancy, Pregnant Women, Qualitative Report, Qualitative Research, Refugee, REFUGEE resettlement, REFUGEE services, SYRIAN refugees
Tags: 2019, AMA journal of ethics, Communities, Community Health Services, Health Facilities, Health Promotion, Hilt Austin J, Journal Article, Medical care, NEOMED College of Medicine Student, NEOMED Student Publications, November 2019 Update, self-efficacy, Serial Publications, Socioeconomic Factors
Tags: 2019, American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, Awad Magdi H, Baughman Kristin R, Chronic pain, Coffey Cory P, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Pharmacy Practice, DISCHARGE planning, HEALTH literacy, HEALTH occupations students, INTERDISCIPLINARY education, June 2019 Update, LENGTH of stay in hospitals, MEDICAL appointments & schedules, Medical care, MEDICAL personnel & patient, MEDICAL protocols, Medical Records, MEDICAL referrals, MEDICALLY underserved persons, Medication Therapy Management, MORPHINE, NEOMED College of Medicine, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Opioid, Pain Management, Pain Measurement, Patient Education, Patient Satisfaction, pharmacist, Pharmacists, Retrospective Studies, Substance Abuse, Surveys, TELEPHONES, THERAPEUTIC use of narcotics, Ulbrich Timothy R
Tags: 1998, Callahan Edward J, Chao Jason, Crabtree Benjamin F, family medicine, Flocke Susan A, Gilchrist Valerie J, Gillanders William R, Goodwin Meredith A, HOSPITAL records, Jaén Carlos R, Journal of Family Practice, Kelly Robert B, Langa Doreen M, Medalie Jack H, Medical care, Miller William L, Physician-Patient Relations, PRACTICE of medicine, Preventive Health Services, Shank Christopher J, Stange Kurt C, Zyzanski Stephen J
A comparison of the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS) measurement approach with direct observation of outpatient visits.
Tags: 2004, 80 and over, Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Ambulatory Care/*statistics & numerical data, Bias, Bourguet Claire C, Child, Family Practice/*statistics & numerical data, Female, Flocke Susan A, Gilchrist Valerie J, Health Care Surveys/*methods/standards, Humans, Infant, Male, McCord Gary, Medical care, Middle Aged, Observation/*methods, Office Visits/*statistics & numerical data, Ohio, Preschool, Research Design/standards, Sensitivity and Specificity, Stange Kurt C, Time Factors