Browse Items (11 total)
- Tags: Qualitative Studies
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, Adult, Aged, Allied Health, Auscultation – Education, Carney JA, Child, Clinical Competence, Competency Assessment, Computer Simulation, Department of Emergency Medicine, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Education, Education Research, Educational Status, Emergency Medical Services, Gastrointestinal Motility, Haller NA, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds, Human, Journal of Emergency Medicine (0736-4679), Lecat PJ, Martin SW, Middle Age, NEOMED College of Medicine, Pakiela JA, Preschool, Pretest-Posttest Design, Qualitative Studies, Quantitative Studies, Questionnaires, Respiratory Sounds, Simon EL, Stethoscopes, Students, Williams CJ
Tags: *Long-Term Care, 2014, Accountability, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning – Ethical Issues, Advance Care Planning/*ethics, Aultman Julie M, Baughman Kristin R, care managers, Case Managers, College of Graduate Studies, Courage, Decision Making/*ethics, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Empowerment, end-of-life decisions, ethical dilemmas, Ethics, Focus Groups, Funding Source, Human, Humans, Ludwick Ruth, narrative analysis, Narratives, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nurses/*psychology, Nursing ethics, O'Neill Anne, Ohio, Open-Ended Questionnaires, Patient Care Management/*ethics, Professional, Qualitative Studies, Questionnaires, registered nurses, Respect, Secondary Analysis, social workers, Thematic Analysis
Consensus statement on advancing research in emergency department operations and its impact on patient care.
Tags: 2015, Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Chang Anna Marie, Congresses and Conferences, Consensus, Department of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medicine, Emergency Service, Health Services Research/*organization & administration, Hospital/*organization & administration/standards, Humans, Information Dissemination, Jouriles Nick, Multicenter Studies as Topic, NEOMED College of Medicine, Outcome Assessment (Health Care), Patient Care – Methods, Patient Care/*trends, Pines Jesse M, Public Health, Qualitative Studies, Research – Evaluation, Systems Analysis, Ward Michael J, Yealy Donald M, Yiadom Maame Yaa A B
Tags: 2018, Anderson Shauna, Attitude of Health Personnel, Blough Keith, Brown Robin G, Brunt Barbara, Chi Square Test, Clinical Assessment Tools, College of Medicine, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Descriptive Statistics, Disaster Planning, Enos Trish, Fisher's Exact Test, Health Personnel, Human, Kropp Denise, Learning Environment, Literature Review, McNemar's Test, Multidisciplinary Care Team, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nonverbal Communication, Nursing, Ohio, Qualitative Studies, Quantitative Studies, Role Playing, Self Assessment, Self Defense, Simulations, Students, Summated Rating Scaling, The American journal of nursing, Validity, Videorecording, Weapons, Workplace Violence – Education
Managing in the trenches of consumer care: the challenges of understanding and initiating the advance care planning process.
Tags: *Health Personnel/psychology/standards, *Health Services for the Aged, *Long-Term Care/methods/organization & administration/psychology, *Patient Care Management/methods/organization & administration, 2012, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning/*organization & administration, Attitude of Health Personnel, Aultman Julie, Baughman Kristin R, Case Management, College of Graduate Studies, Convenience Sample, Decision Making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Family Relations, Focus Groups, Funding Source, Hazelett Susan, Human, Humans, Interpersonal Relations, Journal of gerontological social work, Long Term Care, Ludwick Ruth, Needs Assessment, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nurse Attitudes, O'Neill Anne, Ohio, Palmisano Barbara, Patient Education as Topic, Professional Role, Professional-Patient Relations, Qualitative Research, Qualitative Studies, Sanders Margaret, Social Work/*standards, Social Worker Attitudes, Terminal Care/organization & administration/psychology, Thematic Analysis
Tags: *Internship and Residency, 2016, Academic psychiatry : the journal of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training and the Association for Academic Psychiatry, Crane Dushka, Delivery of Health Care, Education, Evans Brian, Graduate, Health Care Delivery, Herman Lon, Humans, Integrated, Internship and Residency, Medical, Mental Health Services – Administration, Mental Health Services/*organization & administration, Niedermier Julie, Ohio, Physician's Role, Primary Health Care – Administration, Primary Health Care/*organization & administration, Psychiatry, Psychiatry – Education, Psychiatry/*education/organization & administration, Qualitative Research, Qualitative Studies, Reed Eric, Referral and Consultation, Resch William, Ronis Robert, Svendsen Dale, Varley Joseph, Welton Randy
Tags: *Decision Making, *Mental Health Services, *Models, 2016, ADULTS – Mental health, Cole Andrea, Decision Making, Farkas Kathleen, Feasibility Studies, Frese Fred J 3rd, HEALTH services administration, Human, Humans, INFORMATION processing, Jaccard James, Kranke Derrick, MATHEMATICAL models, Mental Disorders – Therapy, Mental Disorders/*therapy, Mental Health, Mental Health Services, MENTAL illness treatment, Models, Munson Michelle R, Qualitative Research, Qualitative Studies, The journal of behavioral health services & research, Theoretical, THEORY, Young Adult
The Personal Social Networks of Resettled Bhutanese Refugees During Pregnancy in the United States: A Social Network Analysis.
Tags: 2018, Bhatta Madhav P, Bhutan, Castellani Brian, Communication, Community health, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Extended Family, Female, Human, Interpersonal Relations, interviews, Jefferis Eric, Journal of community health, Khanal Aruna, Kingsbury Diana M, Maternal and child health, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ohio, Pregnancy, Psychological, Qualitative Studies, Refugees, Refugees – Psychosocial Factors – In Pregnancy, S Hallam Jeffery, Social network analysis, Social Networks – Utilization – United States, Social Support, Stress, United States
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