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Addictions training for physicians and other licensed health care professionals in Maryland.
Physicians and other health care providers have multiple opportunities in the course of a typical practice year to identify and treat individuals who abuse alcohol and other drugs. Although substance abuse is very common in clinical practice, providers routinely fail to intervene in a timely fashion...
An interprofessional model for serving youth at risk for substance abuse: the team case study.
Three models of interprofessional education appropriate for serving youth at risk for substance abuse are described. One of the models, the team case study, was evaluated by school personnel trained in its use. Results indicated that participants were more sensitive to the multiple needs of youth at...
[Chamber for the nursing professions].
Community partnerships: educational linkages to increase the number of primary care practitioners.
The Community Partnerships initiative is focused on the creation of academic, non-hospital community health centers shaped by people and institutions at the local level. In our view, public policy-makers need such positive ideas and programs to support--things to be for rather than against. Incessan...
Staff 'just missed routine AIDS tests'.
Occupational entrants in 1990-91.
Providing versus packaging support for bereaved parents after perinatal loss.
Obstetric ultrasound: who should perform sonograms?
Obstetric ultrasound has revolutionized clinical practice by expanding knowledge of fetal growth, physiology, and behavior, and allowing the fetus to emerge as a treatable patient. This dramatic change in clinical practice has not been accompanied by a growth in education or guidelines for the perfo...
Pressure ulcers in adults: prediction and prevention. Quick reference guide for clinicians. Agency for Health Care Policy And Research.
These guidelines are presented in a user-friendly format for quick reference in daily practice. The goals are to: 1) identify at-risk individuals needing prevention and the specific factors placing them at risk; 2) maintain and improve tissue tolerance to pressure in order to prevent injury; 3) prot...
Reforming the legal framework for health in Australia: a modern patchwork.