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  • [2008-08-22] Validity of a Modified Partner Violence Screen for Measuring Intimate Partner Violence in Female Trauma Patients 

    Parada, Alisha; Malcoe, Lorraine; Schermer, Carol
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to assess the validity of a modified Partner Violence Screen (PVS) for measuring severe lifetime and past-year intimate partner violence (IPV) victimization among female trauma ...
  • [2010-09-09] Validity of self-report with respect to prescription medications among pregnant women 

    Jaiswal, Pallavi
    Objectives: Accuracy of self-report regarding prescription medication use among pregnant women is largely unknown. Accurate self-reported information is needed for medication reconciliation purposes, clinical management, ...
  • [2013-09-03] Validity of self-reported drug use during pregnancy 

    Garg, Mahek
    Introduction: Epidemiology studies often rely on maternal self-reports for drug use information, however, the degree of drug use under-reporting among pregnant women is largely unknown. The purpose of this study is to ...
  • [2014-04-07] The Valmora Industrial Sanatorium: A New Mexico Public Health Story 

    Nash, Jacob L; Hall, Laura J; Szoke, Zsofia; Hannigan, Gale
    The Valmora Industrial Sanatorium, located in Watrous, Mora County, New Mexico, was one of many Tuberculosis Sanatoria that sprang up in New Mexico around the turn of the century and represented one of the first Public ...
  • [2014-03-20] Vestibular Stimulation and Motor Function in Children with Developmental Delays 

    Achenbach, Nicole
    Background/Purpose: Children with developmental delays are commonly treated by physical therapists in order to improve their motor skills. Because the vestibular system is involved in balance and coordination of movement ...
  • [2015-02-16] A Vision for How Technology will Change the Work of the HSC by the Year 2020 

    Unknown author
    On June 29, 2010, the HSC Executive Leadership Council participated in a 3-hour retreat to envision how technology will change the way we work at the HSC across all mission areas by the year 2020. The purpose of the ...
  • [2012-11-01] A Vision for How Technology will Change the Work of the HSC by the Year 2020 

    Buchanan, Holly; Bowler-Hill, Sally
    On June 29, 2010, the HSC Executive Leadership Council participated in a 3-hour retreat to envision how technology will change the way we work at the HSC across all mission areas by the year 2020. The purpose of the ...
  • [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, ...
  • [2015-03-05] Vocabulary Development and Maintenance: The Example of MeSH 

    Nelson, Stuart
    The Medical Subject Headings are a controlled vocabulary used by the National Library of Medicine to index the medical literature for the MEDLINE database. A mission statement for MeSH clarified the goals, and led to a ...
  • [2006-10-24] Vol. 10, No.1, Spring/Summer 2005 

    Fischer, Mark; Franchini, Greg; Mayo, Rebecca; McIver, Don; Unverzagt, Mark; Buggie, Brian; Eaton, Philip; Ahuja, Arun; Salzman, Beth; Brandt, John; Bennahum, David; Romo, Paul; Mulcahy, Terry; Watson, Loisa L; Purvis, Rebecca; DeVoe, PH; Akmajian, Paul
    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 ...
  • [2006-10-24] Vol. 10, No.2, Fall/Winter 2005 

    Lovato, Christine; Ahuja, Arun; McGinn, Sarah; Hartman, Steven; Becker, Veronika; Norwood, Agatha; Mayo, Rebecca; Ledger, Allison; Mangalik, Aroop; Emery-Cohen, Alexandra; Berger, Joel; Buggie, Brian; Akmajian, Paul
    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 ...
  • [2006-10-24] Vol. 11, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2006 

    Phillips, John; Shelley, Brian; Wilde, David; Ahuja, Arun; Matanock, Almea; Maito, Jennifer; Shafer, Keri; Berg, Marian; DeVoe, P.H.; Tallent, Bret; Borkovskaya, Marianna; Almquist, Elaine; Smith, Anthony; Yaeger, Ellen; Lovato, Christine; Mangalik, Aroop; Hurtado, Magdalena; Puglia, Michael; Coalson, Rebecca; Knotts, Christopher; Kamali, Javid; Purvis, Rebecca
    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 ...
  • [2015-04-28] Ward redesign project: Improving admission processes and flow 

    Pizanis, Charles; Snyder, Elizabeth; Smith, Christopher; Huerta, Sergio; Rendon, Patrick
    Background: With changing ACGME work-hour restrictions, residency programs across the country have continued to work on optimizing admission and workflow processes. Prior to our institution’s new inpatient service structure, ...
  • [2011-08-18] A Web-based, Searchable Database of Orthodontic Case Files for Patient Care, Education, and Research 

    Kroth, Philip J.; Edgar, Heather J. H.; Harris, Edward F.; Kalishman, Summers
    In 2005, the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology accepted a donation of 5650 unique orthodontic patient records (treatment records, dental X-rays, dental casts, intra-oral and full facial photographs) from an orthodontist’s ...
  • [2010-03-30] Welcome! 

    Kroth, Philip J
    These are the slides used for the welcome session of the Evidence Based Scholarly Communication Conference held in Albuquerque, NM, March 10-11th, 2010.
  • [2009-08-31] West Nile Disease in New Mexico: The Quest for Nucleic Acid 

    Nelson, Randin; Nofchissey, Robert; Goade, Diane
    West Nile virus (WNV) was first detected in New Mexico in 2002, with the first human cases appearing in 2003. Since that time it has become endemic in the region, and as of year-end 2005, 330 New Mexicans had been diagnosed ...
  • [2015-04-07] What you need to know. Sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. A training tool for EMS providers. 

    Roe-Sepowitz, Dominque; Angelyn, Bayless; Sabella, Donna; Tate, Ramsey; Whitney, John
  • [2015-04-07] What you need to know. Sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. A training tool for health care providers. 

    Roe-Sepowitz, Dominque; Hickle, Kristine; Bayless, Angelyn; Christensen, Randy; Garuba, Mariam; Sabella, Donna; Tate, Ramsey
  • [2011-08-10] Why I Can't Love the Homemade Semantic Web 

    Bengtson, Jason
    Almost all information professionals agree that the web needs to move to a semantic structure. While work is proceeding in this area, movements to get individual web authors to use semantic markup tools have also been on ...