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    • Conceptual Frameworks in the Study of Duty‐Hour Changes in Graduate Medical Education: A Review 

      Schwartz, Alan; Pappas, Cleo; Bashook, Philip G.; Bordage, Georges; Edison, Marcia; Prasad, Bharati; Swiatkowski, Valerie (Association of American Medical Colleges, 2011-01)
      Purpose Conceptual frameworks are approaches to a research problem that specify key entities and their relationships. The 2009 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report on resident duty hours, subsequent studies, and published ...
    • Provider and Practice Characteristics Associated with Use of Rapid HIV Testing by General Internists 

      Bass, Michael G.; Korthuis, P. Todd; Cofrancesco Jr, Joseph; Berkenblit, Gail V.; Sullivan, Lynn E.; Asch, Steve M.; Bashook, Philip G.; Edison, Marcia; Sosman, James M.; Cook, Robert L. (Springer Verlag, 2011-06-28)
      Background. Rapid HIV testing could increase routine HIV testing. Most previous studies of rapid testing were conducted in acute care settings, and few described the primary care providers’ perspective. Objective – To ...
    • Provider and Practice Characteristics Associated with Use of Rapid HIV Testing by General Internists 

      Bass, Michael G.; Korthuis, P. Todd; Cofrancesco, Joseph Jr.; Berkenblit, Gail V.; Sullivan, Lynn E.; Asch, Steve M.; Bashook, Philip G.; Edison, Marcia; Sosman, James M.; Cook, Robert L. (Springer Verlag, 2011-06-28)
      BACKGROUND Rapid HIV testing could increase routine HIV testing. Most previous studies of rapid testing were conducted in acute care settings, and few described the primary care providers’ perspective. OBJECTIVE To ...