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  • [2014-06-25] Gait Training Strategies to Optimize Functional Ambulation in Adults with Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury: A Review of the Evidence 

    Schoenherr, Joy Iris
    Background/Purpose: This case study and review of current available evidence aims to determine whether patients with chronic (>6 months post injury) traumatic brain injury (TBI) can make functional gains in ambulation with ...
  • [2006-09-18] GCRC NEWS 

    Sanders, Sarah
  • [2006-09-18] GCRC NEWS 

    Sanders, Sarah
  • [2006-04-18] GCRC NEWS 

    Sanders, Sarah
  • [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 ...
  • [2010-06-25] The Generation and Immunogenicity of PP7 Virus-Like Particles Displaying Target Antigens 

    Medford, Alex
    The immunogenicity of an antigen can be increased by displaying it in a highly dense, multivalent context, such as on the surface of a virus or virus-like particle (VLP). However, for many viruses, the ability to display ...
  • [2010-06-25] The Generation and Immunogenicity of PP7 Virus-Like Particles Displaying Target Antigens 

    Medford, Alex
    The immunogenicity of an antigen can be increased by displaying it in a highly dense, multivalent context, such as on the surface of a virus or virus-like particle (VLP). However, for many viruses, the ability to display ...
  • [2010-06-28] Genetic contributions to brain fiber architecture and neuroanatomical alterations in alcohol dependent individuals : a correlation study 

    Kulkarny, Vibhati
    Alcohol dependence (AD) is a complex addictive disorder, affecting 5.4% of the general population during a lifetime (Kessler, 2005) and has a complex heterogenous phenotype, with behavioral, morphological, and genetic ...
  • [2015-05-21] Ggwangkumtenek Sungcarluta 

    Brelsford G.
    This health care evaluation has three purposes: 1) identify and measure the health status of Alaska Natives in the Chugach Region to provide the basis for planning health care services; 2) increase the awareness of Chugach ...
  • [2008-08-22] GI Bleeding in the Elderly 

    Mojtahed, K; Hartley, R; Mojtahed, N; Lynn, RM; Alcorn, JA; Martinez, JE; Burdon, JA; Bettinger, JR; Adams, GM; Mason, AC; Jakiche, A; Burmeister, C; Monagle, LK; Skipper, BJ; Gogel, HK
    Purpose: To determine the risk factors contributing to and etiologies of gastrointestinal bleeding in an elderly patient population seen by Southwest Gastroenterology (SWGA) providers. Methods: This study reviews charts ...
  • [2015-05-21] Good day to live for one million Indians: report of special populations subpanel on mental health of American Indians and Alaska Natives. 

    Task Panel on American Indians and Alaska Natives, President's Commission on Mental Health.
    This is the result of an extensive study on the political, social, and economic status of American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States. It includes a summary of and recommendations for a variety of concerns, ...
  • [2010-07-22] Google Wave: Have CTSI-minded institutions caught it? 

    Donahue, Amy
    This file contains the presentation slides from Ms. Donahue's presentation at the Evidence Based Scholarly Communication Conference, March 11-12, 2010, in Albuquerque, NM.
  • [2015-05-21] Guide to USDA programs for Native Americans. 

    Native American Programs, Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of Public Affairs, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC.
    The purpose of this publication is to provide a reference for American Indian and Alaska Native tribal leaders, planners, community leaders, teachers, counselors, and individuals, as well as those who work with Native ...
  • [2015-04-23] Hazardous to your health: a novel approach to facilitating resident error reporting 

    Huerta, Sergio; Pierce, JR Jr; Kneeland, Patrick
    BACKGROUND: Medical errors are frequently encountered by trainees but there is currently no standard curriculum for educating residents about medical errors. Morning report is a case-based peer-facilitated conference in ...
  • [2010-05-01] Health Behavior and the Concept of Intention 

    Kuhlmann MS, Kristin L. RN-BC, FNP
    Prior to performing a behavior to improve health, the person must formulate an intention, a mental construct comprised of an ordered series of actions, designed specifically to complete a desired outcome. An examination ...
  • [2009-08-31] Health Care Utilization Pilot Study: Recruiting and Interviewing Residents of the South Valley 

    Santiago, Irma Mariana; Botero, Mariana Mejia
    Although research nationwide has shown that health care utilization amongst undocumented immigrants is substantially lower than U.S. citizens, the former are often blamed for the inadequacies of our health care system. ...
  • [2006-10-19] Health Education to Combat Obesity 

    Démosthène, Carole; Peñaloza, Arely; Quiroz, Rosalinda
    Abstract: Context: Mexican morbidity has drastically changed towards chronico-degenerative diseases. Currently obesity affects 30% of the population. Taking advantage of available assets a student team implemented an obesity ...
  • [2015-05-21] Health services priority system user's manual. 

    This manual is a user's guide that accompanies the Health Services Priority System, a statistical model used to distribute money from the Indian Health Care Improvement Fund to qualified Indian Health Service operating ...
  • [2013-11-22] Heat Trap: How to treat Vehicular Hyperthermia in Children 

    Tate, Ramsey; Selde, William
    Vehicular hyperthermia is an uncommon but preventable cause of heat stroke in young children. As children are placed out of sight in the back seat of vehicles, the incidence of deaths due to vehicular hyperthermia has ...
  • [2014-06-12] Helping Adolescents Get Into A Healthy Weight Range 

    Brucker, Richard; Vlahovich, Kevin; Negrete, Sylvia; Lords, Julie; Kong, Alberta
    Among adolescents aged 12-19 in the United States, the prevalence of obesity increased from 5% in the late 70s to 18.1% between 2007-2008. It has more than tripled over the last 30 years. Obese children are more likely ...