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  • [2015-03-16] Making Microbiology Culture Data Usable In a Health Information Exchange: Alerting Infection Preventionists About Patients with Multi-Drug-Resistant Organisms 

    Unknown author
    Outbreaks of carbapenem-resistant gram-negative bacteria among hospitalized patients have elicited national attention and underscored the danger of healthcare-associated infections. When patients visit more than one hospital, ...
  • [2014-07-08] Managed Health Care Strategies Workshop 

    Unknown author
  • [2015-06-16] Management of Enteroatmospheric Fistula with Negative Pressure Wound Therapy 

    Lei, Wanli
    Background and Purpose: Enteroatmospheric fistula (EAF) is one severe complication of laparotomy. Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) has been successfully employed to manage numerous wounds, but probably contraindicated ...
  • [2015-05-21] Managing for program quality in a decentralized health care organization 

    Unknown
    A major issue for the Indian Health Service (IHS) in the 1990s is how best to assure quality of its health programs - both those that are delivered through federally-operated, but still very decentralized system of service ...
  • [2015-04-07] Managing your intellectual property 

    Tate, Ramsey
  • [2015-06-12] Manual- versus Equipment-Based Functional Mobility Training in Acute Care - An Evidence Based Analysis 

    Dickinson, Maria
    Purpose: This project presents a case of an individual who was difficult to mobilize in a sub-acute trauma unit and answers the following PICO question via evidence-based analysis: Does equipment-assisted or manually-assisted ...
  • [2014-06-16] Mapping Indian Elders 

    Baros S.; Campos B.; Garrett M.; Henriksen L.; Inglis M.
    Purpose This project, "Mapping Indian Elders," represents the national aging network's first application of Geographic Information System (GIS) computer mapping technology to identify health and demographic characteristics ...
  • [2014-06-04] MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT INDIAN HEALTH DEPARTMENT NEEDS ASSESSMENT 

    Monroe P.; et al
    This report provides a description of a needs assessment contracted between the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe and the Indian Health Service (IHS) in February 1984. The assessment includes Mashantucket Pequot Indians and other ...
  • [2014-04-23] Math and statistics and bears: oh my 

    Petersen, Tim
  • [2011-08-31] MD 

    Fernandez, Erika
    Background: Critically ill newborn infants admitted to newborn intensive care units often exhibit signs of cardiovascular insufficiency including hypotension. The suspected etiology for hypotension has been hypothesized ...
  • [2010-07-24] Measuring Capacity and Effectiveness of NIH Public Access Policy Programming as a Model for Open Access 

    Bardyn, Tania; Brennan, Martin; Camp, Paul; Carter, Janet; Farb, Sharon
    This file contains the presentation slides from Ms. Bardyn's presentation at the Evidence Based Scholarly Communication Conference, March 11-12, 2010, in Albuquerque, NM.
  • [2010-09-09] Mechanisms of augmented coronary artery constriction following exposure to diesel exhaust 

    Cherng, Tom
    Numerous epidemiology studies demonstrate that acute increases in air pollutants correlate with an increase in cardiovascular disease-related mortality. The pollutant diesel exhaust (DE) has been shown to impair both ...
  • [2012-07-05] Mechanisms of hydrogen sulfide induced vasodilation 

    Jackson-Weaver, Olan
    Myogenic tone is an important regulator of blood flow and may contribute to peripheral vascular resistance and blood pressure. Myogenic tone is a luminal pressure-induced constriction of the vasculature that is mediated ...
  • [2014-06-23] Medical Center Evaluation Project Phase 2 

    Pleets WL.
    This report was prepared in 1977 by the Four State Indian Health Board, Aberdeen, South Dakota for the Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service. The first phase evaluated IHS health care delivery to Indian people in the Aberdeen ...
  • [2006-11-09] Medical humanities at Ghent University: a student's point of view 

    Vergauwen, M; van den Ameele, J; Fraeyman, N; De Maeseneer, J
    Context: Defining and understanding the concept of “Medical Humanities” is a difficult, neverending task, in which consensus hasn’t been reached yet. Around the world, medical schools teach Medical Humanities in different ...
  • [2015-03-05] Medical Informatics Education for Nurses, Pharmacists, and Physicians 

    Gardner, Reed
    Medical Informatics is a relatively new field and involves implementing Electronic Health Records (EHR), Computerized Medical Decision-Making, Public Health, and Genomics. The University of Utah has been involved in ...
  • [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 ...
  • [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 ...
  • [2013-10-22] Medical Muse, Vol. 14, No. 1, Fall 2009 

    Crowe, Terry K.; Fancher, Katherine; Flynn-O'Brien, Katherine; Glew, Robert H.
    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 ...
  • [2013-10-22] Medical Muse, Vol. 15, No. 1, Spring 2010 - Special Edition, Writing from the Practical Immersion Experience Narrative Strand, Second Year Medical Students 

    Alaniz, Mateo; Armijo, Beeling; Begay, Missy; Bryant, Jessica; Buckingham, Clare; Burkhart, Laura; Chaudhury, Ateefa; Cordova, Jerome; Danielson, LeRoy; Davis, Alexander; DiGiacomo, Tiffany; Dockray, David; Downes, Kenneth; Drexler, Kathlyn; Dunn, Hannah; Dytiapco, Ernest; Farnsworth, Seth; Flynn-O'Brien, Katherine; Fordham, Christine; Forshaw, Adam; Fredriksen, Jason; Greig, Elizabeth; Hamilton, Maria; Hegyi, Michael; Hempstead, Nancy; Hodock, Katharine; Hopson, Michael; Howell, Jesse; Johnson, Rahman; Krispinsky, Megan; Lo, Amanda; Martin, David; Mehrnoosh, Babak; Mathes Miki, Lenora; Monthan, Gabriel; Oldewage, Jill; Overholt, Kathleen; Palley, Gabriel; Patel, Amar; Pedrotty, Kurt; Pierce, Aaron; Rivera, Nancy; Shafer, Robert; Walker, Elizabeth
    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 ...