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  1. Healthcare system use by risky alcohol drinkers: A secondary data analysis.

    Journal Of The American Academy Of Nurse Practi... 22(5):256 (2010) PMID 20500740

    Three categories of respondents were grouped as follows: not at-risk group = 0 days of 5+ drinks/day (n = 2991, 67%); the low at-risk group = 1-11 days of 5+ drinks/day (n = 796, 18%); and the high at-risk group = 12-365 days of 5+ drinks/day (n = 662, 15%). The level of risky alcohol use did not pr...
  2. The Historical Context of Addiction in the Nursing Profession: 1850–1982

    Journal of Addictions Nursing 14(3):117 (2003)

  3. The nurse's role in primary care antidepressant medication adherence.

    Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Heal... 52(4):48 (2014) PMID 24305910

    Depression remains one of the most common conditions seen in primary care settings. Antidepressant medications (ADMs) are considered standard treatment for moderate to severe depression, and in some instances, for minor depression. When ADM adherence is low, patients are at risk for treatment failur...
  4. The nurse habitué: the history of addiction in nurses, 1850-1982.

    PMID 14653263

  5. Developing positive attitudes toward geriatric nursing among Millennials and Generation Xers.

    Nursing Education Perspectives 33(3):156 (2012) PMID 22860477

    Despite the increase of the older adult population, there exists a shortage of health care professionals trained to help this population remain independent as long as possible. Ageism, common among younger adults, affects the capacity building of health care for older adults. Research has indicated...
  6. Rurality, gender, and mental health treatment.

    Family and Community Health 29(3):169 (2006) PMID 16775467

    We used logistic and linear regression to model effects of gender and rurality on treatment rates. We found that rural women are less likely to receive mental health treatment either through the general healthcare system or through specialty mental health systems when compared to women in metropolit...
  7. The TEA transcription factor Tec1 confers promoter-specific gene regulation by Ste12-dependent and -independent mechanisms.

    Eukaryotic Cell 9(4):514 (2010) PMID 20118212 PMCID PMC2863411

    We show that in vivo, physiological amounts of Tec1 are sufficient to stimulate TCS-mediated gene expression and transcription of the FLO11 gene in the absence of Ste12. In vitro, Tec1 is able to bind TCS elements with high affinity and specificity without Ste12. Furthermore, Tec1 contains a C-termi...
  8. Rurality and mental health treatment.

    Administration and Policy in Mental Health and ... 34(3):255 (2007) PMID 17165139

    Diversity within rural areas renders rural-urban comparisons difficult. The association of mental health treatment rates with levels of rurality is investigated here using Rural-Urban Continuum Codes. Data from the 1996-1999 panels of the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey are aggregated to provide an...
  9. The nurse habitué: the history of addiction in nurses, 1850-1982.

    PMID 12152633

  10. Differential regulation of Tec1 by Fus3 and Kss1 confers signaling specificity in yeast development.

    Current Genetics 46(6):331 (2004) PMID 15558284

    We investigated whether signal-specific activation of mating and invasive growth involves regulation of the transcription factor Tec1 by Fus3 and Kss1. We present evidence that, during mating, Fus3 phosphorylates Tec1 to downregulate this invasive growth-specific transcription factor and its target...