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- Tags: interviews
Tags: 2019, assessment goals, Book, career construction counseling, Career construction interview, career counseling practitioners, career themes, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Early Memories, early recollections, Goals, identity narrative, Intention, interviews, life designing, Models, narrative psychology, Narratives, NEOMED College of Medicine, November 2019 Update, occupational aspirations, Occupational Guidance, Reflexivity, Savickas Mark L, Self-concept
Tags: 2019, Book Section, career construction counseling, Career construction interview, Career Counseling., 2nd Ed., career theme, College of Medicine, current favorite story, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Early Memories, early recollections, interviews, motto, Narratives, NEOMED College of Medicine, November 2019 Update, Occupational Guidance, practitioners, Psychotherapeutic Techniques, Role Models, Savickas Mark L, story-crafting questions, Television, television shows, Therapeutic Processes
Tags: 2019, assessment goals, Book Section, career construction counseling, Career construction interview, Career Counseling., 2nd Ed., career theme, College of Medicine, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Goals, identity narrative, interviews, Narratives, NEOMED College of Medicine, November 2019 Update, occupational aspirations, Occupational Guidance, practitioners, Savickas Mark L, Self-concept
Tags: 2019, Book Section, Career construction, Career counseling, Career Counseling., 2nd Ed., career theme, College of Medicine, Department of Family & Community Medicine, identity narrative, Intention, interviews, Learning, Narratives, NEOMED College of Medicine, November 2019 Update, occupational aspirations, Occupational Guidance, Savickas Mark L, transformative learning
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
Anti-tobacco socialization in homes in African-American and White parents, and smoking and nonsmoking parents.
Tags: 1999, Adolescence, Audiorecording, Blacks, Chi Square Test, Child, Clark P I, Focus Groups, Funding Source, Gautam S P, Human, interviews, Journal of Adolescent Health, Ohio, Parental Attitudes – Ethnology, Parenting – Ethnology, Questionnaires, Scarisbrick-Hauser A, Smoking – In Adolescence, Smoking – Prevention and Control – In Adolescence, Socialization, Survey Research, Whites, Wirk S J
Tags: 2006, Adolescence, Adult, Aged, Chi Square Test, Convenience Sample, Correlation Coefficient, Counseling, Data Analysis Software, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Descriptive Statistics, Exercise, Female, Funding Source, Gil K M, Gilchrist V J, Health Promotion, Human, interviews, Journal of Health Care for the Poor & Underserved, Male, McCord G, McNatt J, Medically Underserved – Ohio, Middle Age, Motivation, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ohio, Pendleton BF, Preventive Health Care, Questionnaires, Schrop S L, Stockton L, Summated Rating Scaling, Whites
The ethics of HIV testing and disclosure for healthcare professionals: what do our future doctors think?
Tags: 2011, Adolescent, Adult, Anonymous Testing/ethics, Attitude to Illness, Audiorecording, Aultman Julie M, Borges Nicole J, College of Graduate Studies, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Disclosure/*ethics, Female, Focus Groups, Health Care Surveys, Health Personnel, Health Screening, HIV Infections – Diagnosis, HIV Infections – Ethical Issues, HIV Seropositivity/*diagnosis, Human, Humans, interviews, Male, Mandatory Testing, Medical, Medical teacher, Medical/*psychology, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Patients, Privacy and Confidentiality, Student Attitudes, Students, Thematic Analysis, Truth Disclosure, United States, Young Adult
Tags: *emergency department, *Frequent user, *Health Services Accessibility/statistics & numerical data, *Survey, 2017, Birmingham Lauren E, BMC emergency medicine, Cochran Thaddeus, Department of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Service, Emergency Service – Utilization, Female, Frey Jennifer A, Health Services Accessibility – Statistics and Numerical Data, Health Services Needs and Demand – Statistics and Numerical Data, Health Services Needs and Demand/statistics & numerical data, Hospital/*statistics & numerical data, Human, Humans, interviews, Interviews as Topic, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, NEOMED College of Medicine, Prospective Studies, Stiffler Kirk A, Surveys and Questionnaires, Trauma Centers – Utilization, Trauma Centers/statistics & numerical data, Wilber Scott T
Tags: 2015, Administrative Personnel, Adult, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning/*organization & administration/standards, area agency on aging, Attitude of Health Personnel, Baughman Kristin R, care management, Case Management, Case Managers, Chi Square Test, Clinical Protocols/standards, community-based long-term care, Confidence Intervals, Cross Sectional Studies, Cross-Sectional Studies, Data Analysis Software, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Descriptive Research, Descriptive Statistics, Female, Funding Source, Government Agencies, Hazelett Susan, Human, Humans, Inservice Training/organization & administration, interviews, Logistic Regression, Long Term Care, Ludwick Ruth, Male, Medicaid, Medicaid/statistics & numerical data, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Midwestern United States, Multivariate Analysis, NEOMED College of Medicine, nurses, Odds Ratio, Ohio, organizational characteristics, Organizational Culture, Palmisano Barbara, Practice Guidelines as Topic, Questionnaires, registered nurses, Rural Areas, Sanders Margaret, social workers, Surveys, T-Tests, Telephone, The American journal of hospice & palliative care, United States, Urban Areas
Tags: 2018, 80 and over, Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Adler David H, Aged, Bastani Aveh, Baugh Christopher W, Caterino Jeffrey M, Clark Carol L, Dementia – Diagnosis – In Old Age, Dementia – Risk Factors, Dementia – Therapy, Department of Emergency Medicine, Diercks Deborah B, Emergency, Gibson Tommy A, Holden Timothy R, Hollander Judd E, Human, Iatrogenic Disease, Inpatients, interviews, Length of Stay, Malveau Susan E, Middle Age, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nicks Bret A, Nishijima Daniel K, Office Visits, Outcome Assessment, Outcomes (Health Care), Patient Assessment, Patient Discharge, Physicians, Prospective Studies, Shah Manish N, Stiffler Kirk A, Storrow Alan B, Sun Benjamin C, Surveys, Syncope – Diagnosis, Syncope – In Old Age, Syncope – Mortality, Weiss Robert E, Wilber Scott T, Yagapen Annick N
Report on ISCTM Consensus Meeting on Clinical Assessment of Response to Treatment of Cognitive Impairment in Schizophrenia.
Tags: *Schizophrenic Psychology, 2016, Antipsychotic Agents/*therapeutic use, Bowie Christopher R, Buchanan Robert W, Bugarski-Kirola Dragana, Carpenter William T, Cognition Disorders, Cognition Disorders/diagnosis/psychology/*therapy, cognitive assessment, Csernansky John T, Dago Pedro L, Davidson Michael, Dunayevich Eduardo, Durand Dante M, Frese Frederick J, Functional Assessment, Goff Donald C, Gold James M, Haig George M, Harvey Philip D, Hooker Christine I, Humans, interviews, Keefe Richard S E, Kopelowicz Alex, Loebel Antony, Lombardo Ilise, Marder Stephen R, McGurk Susan R, Medalia Alice, Neuropsychological Tests, neuropsychology, Nootropic Agents/*therapeutic use, Opler Lewis A, Patient Selection, Pinkham Amy E, Psychiatric Rehabilitation/*methods, Research Instruments, Schizophrenia, Schizophrenia – Drug Therapy, Schizophrenia bulletin, Schizophrenia/diagnosis/*therapy, Severity of Illness Index, Stern Robert G, Surveys, Treatment, United States Food and Drug Administration
Tags: *Career Mobility, *Internship and Residency, *Interviewing skills, *Mock interview, *Residency training, 2017, Adult, Boyle Jaclyn A, Currents in pharmacy teaching & learning, Curriculum/trends, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Education, Feedback, Female, Humans, interviews, Interviews as Topic/*methods/standards, Male, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, pharmacy residency, Pharmacy/*psychology, Pharmacy/methods, residency interviews, Students, Ulbrich Timothy R, Workforce
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