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  • [2009-03-25] Scripting Trainer Role Play for use in SP Case Training 

    Zehler, Maclean
    “The Scripted Role Play” is a tool to standardize trainer role play (as the student) interviewing the SP for the purpose of evaluating SP performance accuracy and checklisting reliability. The trainer’s “script” contains ...
  • [2009-03-25] Utilization of SPs as Preceptors for Clinical Skills Stations 

    Persinger, Kim
     Highlight the value of utilizing SPs as preceptors for clerkship specific clinical skills stations in 3rd year OSCEs. Using a checklist, SPs observe students’ ability to perform specific tasks, procedures, and manual ...
  • [2009-03-25] How to Know what Your Standardized Patient Program Activities Cost 

    Sinclair, Nancy
    Standardized Patient programs receive many requests to create performance assessments or supply standardized patients for a variety of educational activities. Estimating the cost can be both daunting and time consuming. ...
  • [2007-02-02] Medical Muse, Vol. 12, No. 1, Spring 2007 

    Ahuja, Arun; Akmajian, Paul; Alba, Frances; Fischer, Mark; van der Gaarden-Jayne, Kaatje; Glew, Robert; Vanderjagt, Dorothy; Leonard, Sarah; Mayo, Rebecca; McClung, Keith; Mulcahy, Terry; Park, Abigail; Hshieh, Tammy; Kim, Nae-Hwa; Patton, Douglas; Peterson, Sophie; Phelps, Jeremy; Roesch, Justin
    A semiannual arts journal meant to provide a creative outlet for members of the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center community: patients, practitioners, students, residents, faculty, staff, and families. This ...
  • [2007-10-14] Effect of Carelink, an Internet-Based Insulin Pump Monitoring System, on Glycemic Control in Children with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus 

    Corriveau, Erin A.; Durso, Peter J.; Skipper, Betty J.; Kaufman, Ellen D.; Laskaratos, Louise A.; Heintzman, Kimberly B.
    Objective : To determine whether use of the internet-based Carelink system improved glycemic control in children on insulin pump therapy. Research Design and Methods - We reviewed records of 146 children treated with ...
  • [2008-02-25] The working environment in Health Care – Does the working environment influence the psychosocial health of nurses and are modifications of this working environment needed? 

    Hoefsmit, Nicole
    Context: Ageing of the population and an increase of the life expectancy are worldwide phenomena that result in a growing demand for health care professionals. Future problems are expected in providing for this demand. Not ...
  • [2007-10-14] Occupational Health Injuries among Health Care Workers at Moi Teaching & Referral Hospital, Eldoret, Kenya 

    Otieno, Camlus
    Context: Occupational Health and Safety legislation usually demands that a risk assessment be done prior to making an intervention. This assessment should: identify the risk, identify all affected by the hazard and ...
  • [2007-12-03] ARVO Poster 2005 

    McGuire, Paul
    Purpose: Hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), acting through its receptor, c-met, is a cytokine whose role in promoting cell migration has been extensively documented. HGF and c-met have been implicated in the progression of ...
  • [2007-12-22] Narrative Writing and Emerging Clinical Practice 

    Reichert, Julie; Kalishman, Summers; Solan, Brian; Timm, Craig
    Purpose: We used a narrative technique with volunteer medical students immersed in early clinical experiences in order to 1) offer students a pathway to self-reflection, and 2) offer program directors insight into issues ...
  • [2009-11-16] How to Write a Manuscript in the Biomedical Sciences 

    Glew, Robert; Vanderjagt, Dorothy; Laabes, Emmanuel
    The authors have been using this syllabus for more than a dozen years to teach a 35-hour workshop entitled “How to write a manuscript in the biomedical scientists” to graduate and undergraduate students in Biochemistry and ...
  • [2009-08-17] Effect of Carelink, an internet-based insulin pump monitoring system, on glycemic control in rural and urban children with type 1 diabetes mellitus 

    Corriveau, Erin; Durso, Peter; Kaufman, Ellen; Skipper, Betty; Laskaratos, Louise; Heintzman, Kimberly
    Objective: To determine whether use of the internet-based insulin pump monitoring system, Carelink, improved glycemic control in rural and urban children treated with insulin pump therapy. Research Design: We reviewed ...
  • [2008-02-25] Medical Muse, Vol. 13, No. 1, Spring 2008 - Special Edition, Writing from the Practical Immersion Experience Narrative Strand, Second Year Medical Students 

    Adler, Adam; Anast, Nicholas; Leo, Arko; Biatris, Barrera; Muskaan, Behl; Nathaniel, Bonfanti; Ali, Bourguet-Vincent; Juliana, Chavez; Leslie, Dabovich; Karishma, Datye; Jessica, Devitt; Cuoghi, Edens; Beth, Elston; Jacob, Hartz; Leanne, Kildare; Andrea, King; Kanchan, Kohli; Randall, Lahr; Melia, Lucero; Vanessa, Martin; Ian, Medoro; Garrett, Miller; Douglas, Patton; Brandon, Peterson; Jennifer, Pincus; Aaron, Pritchard; Lauren, Rasmussen; Dustin, Richter; Tuhama, Rihani; Bradley, Rogers; David, Sheski; David, Stromberg; Jessica, Valdez; Melissa, Valdez; Richard, Vestal; Linda, Hodes Villamar; Antonia, Way; Thomas, Weiler; Arun, Ahuja; Paul, Akmajian; Katherine, Fancher; Cindy, Tagg; Margaret, Menache
    A semiannual arts journal meant to provide a creative outlet for members of the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center community: patients, practitioners, students, residents, faculty, staff, and families. This ...
  • [2009-08-31] A New Look at the Incidence of Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis in New Mexico 

    Benson, Eric; Miller, Miryam; Bosch, Patrick; Szalay, Elizabeth
    Past epidemiological studies demonstrated a nearly fivefold lower incidence of slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) in New Mexico compared with Connecticut. A recent study demonstrated some regional variability but ...
  • [2008-07-01] Compliance with mandated emergency contraception in New Mexico Emergency Departments 

    Angeli, Eva; Espey, Eve; Buchen, Elizabeth; Ogburn, Tony; Leeman, Larry
    The purpose of this study was to determine whether the requirements of the New Mexico state law are being met. We sought to determine the presence of hospital protocols ensuring provision of emergency contraception to ...
  • [2008-07-01] VO2 Maximum of College Athletes 

    Legler, Allison; Barrett, Whitney; Mermier, Christine; Gateley, Ann
    The purpose of this study was to evaluate and compare the VO2 max values of college soccer players at the University of New Mexico to data available from other collegiate teams. These values are beneficial for athletes, ...
  • [2008-07-02] Gender-Based Differences in Counseling Time in a Community Health Worker 

    Berger, Joel; Tomedi, Angelo; Casados, Jodi; Jacobsohn, Vanessa
    Smoking represents a serious public health burden that crosses gender, racial, and socioeconomic lines. Although the majority of smoking cessation counseling traditionally occurs in the setting of a Primary Care Provider’s ...
  • [2008-07-02] Adolescents with Idiopathic Scoliosis are Not Osteoporotic 

    Buggie, Brian; Szalay, Elizabeth; Bosch, Patrick; Schwend, Richard; Tandberg, Dan; Sherman, Frederick
    In the past, prior studies have associated adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) to abnormalities in bone mineral density (BMD) such as “osteoporosis” or “osteopenia” based on their adult definitions, but in reality very ...
  • [2008-07-02] To Examine the Rate of Establishing a Primary Care Home in Uninsured Unassigned Patients Referred from the Emergency Department 

    Cadena, Barbara; Kaufman, Arthur
    Background: Currently, over 45 million people in the United States are uninsured. Many among the uninsured population are not established with a primary care provider and therefore utilize the Emergency Department (ED) for ...
  • [2008-07-02] Immunohistochemistry and FISH on Tissue Microarrays in the Evaluation of Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumor 

    Callahan, Katherine; Reichard, Kaari; Hall, Bryan; Hozier, John; Cerilli, Lisa
    Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor (IMT) is a rare soft tissue tumor composed of myofibroblasts with an inflammatory infiltrate. Various gene fusions involving the anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK) gene at chromosome 2p23 ...
  • [2008-07-02] Physician perceived barriers to smoking cessation counseling: A rural vs. urban perspective. 

    Coalson, Rebecca; Novak, Dawn
    BACKGROUND: It has been well established that smoking is one of the primary causes of not only cardiovascular disease but many chronic diseases associated with both high morbidity and mortality. Smoking cessation is one ...