Summary: Relations of an individual, association, organization, hospital, or corporation with the publics which it must take into consideration in carrying out its functions. Publics may include consumers, patients, pressure groups, departments, etc.
Publications192 found, 100 shown here
- Vested interests in addiction research and policy. Alcohol industry use of social aspect public relations organizations against preventative health measuresPeter G Miller
School of Psychology, Faculty of Health, Geelong Waterfront Campus, Deakin University, Geelong, Vic, Australia
Addiction 106:1560-7. 2011It has been proposed that alcohol industry 'social aspects/public relations' organizations (SAPROs) serve the agenda of lending credibility to industry claims of corporate responsibility while promoting ineffective industry-friendly ..
- From legitimate consumers to public relations pawns: the tobacco industry and young AustraliansS M Carter
School of Public Health, Room 128A Building A27, University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia
Tob Control 12:iii71-8. 2003..To document the Australian tobacco industry's activities regarding youth smoking to support tobacco control...
- Defining the public, defining sociology: hybrid science-public relations and boundary-work in early American sociologyMichael S Evans
Department of Sociology, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093 0533, USA
Public Underst Sci 18:5-22. 2009..specific strategies of boundary-work to create their desired "sociological public"--a hybrid form of science-public relations that appealed to hostile university scientists while excluding a supportive religious audience from ..
- Constructing "sound science" and "good epidemiology": tobacco, lawyers, and public relations firmsE K Ong
Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of California, San Francisco 94143-0130, USA
Am J Public Health 91:1749-57. 2001..Philip Morris used public relations firms and lawyers to develop a "sound science" program in the United States and Europe that ..
- Pharma goes to the laundry: Public relations and the business of medical educationCarl Elliott
University of Minnesota Center for Bioethics, USA
Hastings Cent Rep 34:18-23. 2004
- Research funding, conflicts of interest, and the meta-methodology of public relationsSheldon Rampton
Center for Media and Democracy, Madison, WI 53703, USA
Public Health Rep 117:331-9. 2002
- The evolution of public relations and the use of the internet: the implications for health care organizationsEric N Berkowitz
Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003, USA
Health Mark Q 24:117-30. 2007Over the past several years the discipline and practice of public relations has evolved...
- Physicians and the press. What to say, what not to sayAndrew N Wilner
Med Econ 80:87-8. 2003
- Bringing scientists to the people--the Co-Extra websiteDidier Breyer
Scientific Institute of Public Health, Brussels, Belgium
Biotechnol J 2:1081-5. 2007....
- And now, a word from our sponsorM Ellen Peebles
Harv Bus Rev 81:31-5; discussion 36-8, 40, 42, 136. 2003..Nelson, an assistant professor of journalism and mass communications at the University of Wisconsin, Madison; FTC commissioner Mozelle W. Thompson; and Mike Sheehan, president and CEO of Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos...
- Portals, blogs and co.: the role of the Internet as a medium of science communicationKlaus Minol
Genius GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany
Biotechnol J 2:1129-40. 2007....
- Biotechnology: the language of multiple views in Māori communitiesO H Fiona Te Momo
Massey University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Social and Cultural Studies, Auckland, New Zealand
Biotechnol J 2:1179-83. 2007..This knowledge is essential for government agencies, researchers, community practitioners, scientist, and businesses that desire to dialogue with Māori communities in the language of biotechnology...
- Corporate social responsibility and the tobacco industry: hope or hype?N Hirschhorn
Tob Control 13:447-53. 2004....
- Hype in health reporting: "checkbook science" buys distortion of medical newsDiana Zuckerman
National Center for Policy Research for Women and Families, Washington, DC 20006, USA
Int J Health Serv 33:383-9. 2003..Much of the media coverage of health news stories is based on public relations efforts on behalf of the companies that sell the products, including pharmaceutical companies, diet clinics, ..
- Restoring members' confidence through plain EnglishMark Hochhauser
Manag Care Q 11:47-8. 2003
- Transparent communication strategy on GMOs: will it change public opinion?Kristina Sinemus
Genius GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany
Biotechnol J 2:1141-6. 2007....
- Clarifying press before paperAllison A Snow
Nat Biotechnol 21:597-8. 2003
- The outing of Philip Morris: advertising tobacco to gay menElizabeth A Smith
Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, School of Nursing, University of California San Francisco, 94143, USA
Am J Public Health 93:988-93. 2003..This case study describes the events surrounding the first time a major tobacco company advertised in gay media...
- Restoring trust to managed care, Part 3: A focus on public stakeholdersBradford Kirkman-Liff
School of Health Administration and Policy, W P Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz 85287 4506, USA
Am J Manag Care 9:322-6. 2003..To succeed, the managed care industry must work to restore trust in their approach to healthcare delivery. A variety of strategies are presented as ways to mitigate the public's distrust of the managed care industry...
- The difficulty of structuring and focusing the co-existence debate in EuropeRené Custers
VIB, Gent, Belgium
Biotechnol J 2:1086-7. 2007..The co-existence debate in Europe is wide and difficult. In this paper some recommendations are given on how to make progress in the debate. Not with the goal of pushing GMOs, but with the goal of achieving genuine freedom of choice...
- Future societal issues in industrial biotechnologyDaan Schuurbiers
Delft University of Technology, Department of Biotechnology, Section on Biotechnology and Society, Delft, The Netherlands
Biotechnol J 2:1112-20. 2007....
- Public perceptions of biotechnologyAlan McHughen
Botany and Plant Science Department, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521, USA
Biotechnol J 2:1105-11. 2007..The only reasonable and pragmatic alternative is to place trust in someone to provide honest advice. But who, working in the public interest, is best suited to provide informed and accessible, but objective, advice to wary consumers?..
- Telling the community benefit story. We must remind our neighbors that we do much more than provide acute carePatricia A Cahill
Health Prog 86:44-7. 2005..If that fact is celebrated and communicated effectively, voluntary hospitals will find their communities celebrating with them...
- Practical ethics. Self-promotionKim Warth
Hosp Health Netw 78:26. 2004
- [Genome square: will direct conversations between scientists and the public become a new method for the communication of science in the society?]Kazuto Kato
Tanpakushitsu Kakusan Koso 50:2302-7. 2005
- Public relations effectiveness in public health institutionsJeffrey K Springston
Department of Advertising and Public Relations, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia, USA
J Health Hum Serv Adm 28:218-45. 2005This article explores public relations effectiveness in public health institutions. First, the two major elements that comprise public relations effectiveness are discussed: reputation management and stakeholder relations...
- Turning free speech into corporate speech: Philip Morris' efforts to influence U.S. and European journalists regarding the U.S. EPA report on secondhand smokeMonique E Muggli
Tobacco Document Consultancy, St Paul, MN 55105, USA
Prev Med 39:568-80. 2004..Agency's (EPA) risk assessment on environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) by recruiting a network of journalists to generate news articles supporting the industry's position and pushing its public relations messages regarding the ETS issue.
- Nurses and public communication: protecting definitional claimsSuzanne Gordon
J Nurs Manag 12:273-8. 2004..It looks into how nurses contribute to their poor public image and how nurse managers may exacerbate the problems. It also considers what nurses can do to help solve these problems...
- New Terrace Park hospital in Iowa makes Trinity a two-state system. Ad campaign makes it more inviting to 'cross over the bridge'Judith D Botvin
Profiles Healthc Mark 21:9-14, 3. 2005..A multimedia campaign included a preview package with a spa certificate for physicians...
- Why media relations matterJoan E Kureczka
Kureczka Martin Associates, San Francisco, California 94107, USA
Nat Biotechnol 24:387-9. 2006..As investor demands increase and partnering dynamics evolve, startups need to understand the art of media relations more now than ever before...
- Pass the word. Marketing campaign calls on NPs to act locallyJolynn Tumolo
Adv Nurse Pract 12:65-7. 2004
- Tips on media managementKate Williams
Nurs Stand 18:16-8. 2004
- Speak up for nursingPat Healy
Nurs Stand 18:14-6. 2004
- Becoming a media-savvy registered dietitianDamon Brown
J Am Diet Assoc 106:1163-4. 2006
- Bad science in the headlines. Who takes responsibility when science is distorted in the mass media?Andrew Moore
EMBO Rep 7:1193-6. 2006
- Consent and counter-mobilization: the case of the national smokers allianceMichael Givel
Department of Political Science, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma 73019, USA
J Health Commun 12:339-57. 2007..In 1993, the tobacco industry counter-mobilized through the National Smokers Alliance (NSA), a public relations created front group funded by the tobacco industry, which operated nationally from 1994 to 1999 to advocate ..
- Press before paper--when media and science collideC Neal Stewart
University of Tennessee, Department of Plant Sciences and Landscape Systems, Knoxville, TN 37996, USA
Nat Biotechnol 21:353-4. 2003
- Synthetic biology through the prism of scenariosBerthold Rutz
European Patent Office Munich, Directorate 2 4 01, Biotechnology
Biotechnol J 2:1072-5. 2007
- Telling our story. ACHE launches a national image campaign to promote the role of healthcare executivesThomas C Dolan
Healthc Exec 18:4. 2003
- Waking a sleeping giant: the tobacco industry's response to the polonium-210 issueMonique E Muggli
Nicotine Research Program, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN 55905, USA
Am J Public Health 98:1643-50. 2008..Tobacco companies continue to minimize their knowledge about polonium-210 in cigarettes in smoking and health litigation. Cigarette packs should carry a radiation-exposure warning label...
- Philip Morris's website and television commercials use new language to mislead the public into believing it has changed its stance on smoking and diseaseLissy C Friedman
Public Health Advocacy Institute, 102 The Fenway Cushing Hall, Room 117, Boston, MA 02115, USA
Tob Control 16:e9. 2007..This paper analyses Philip Morris's evolving website and the legal strategies employed in its creation and dissemination...
- Accounts from the field: a public relations perspective on global AIDS/HIVNilanjana R Bardhan
Department of Speech Communication, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 62901 6605, USA
J Health Commun 7:221-44. 2002..It applies the language and concepts of public relations to understand how the press coverage of the pandemic is associated with the variables that impact the ..
- Retirement communities gain higher acceptanceS A Brooks
Sharon Brooks and Associates, Inc, Richmond, Virginia, USA
Manag Care Q 9:55-61. 2001....
- Obesity PSAs: are they working as a public service?Karen Stein
American College of Surgeons, USA
J Am Diet Assoc 108:25-8. 2008
- State mental hospitals and their host communities: the origins of hostile public reactionsNancy Wolff
Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research, 30 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 1293, USA
J Behav Health Serv Res 29:304-17. 2002..These results suggest that the best way to improve relations between hospitals and their host communities is for hospitals to behave like "good" neighbors...
- Importance of public relations in recycling strategies: principles and case studiesStefan Salhofer
Universität für Bodenkultur, Institute for Water Provision, Water Ecology and Waste Management, Department of Waste Management, Nussdorfer Lände 29 31, A 1190 Vienna, Austria
Environ Manage 30:68-76. 2002..the motivation of the users is an essential component. Motivation can be reinforced through public relations work...
- When to say what: trustees and the mediaLaurie Larson
Trustee 55:12-6, 1. 2002....
- NHS communications. Going round in circlesJeremy Davies
Health Serv J 112:26-8. 2002
- Working to make an image: an analysis of three Philip Morris corporate image media campaignsGlen Szczypka
The Institute for Health Research and Policy, University of Illinois at Chicago, IL, USA
Tob Control 16:344-50. 2007..To describe the nature and timing of, and population exposure to, Philip Morris USA's three explicit corporate image television advertising campaigns and explore the motivations behind each campaign...
- Breaking bad newsM L Millenson
Qual Saf Health Care 11:206-7. 2002
- Media relations 101Susan Trossman
Am J Nurs 103:69-70. 2003
- Public meetings about suspected cancer clusters: the impact of voice, interactional justice, and risk perception on attendees' attitudes in six communitiesKatherine A McComas
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14853, USA
J Health Commun 12:527-49. 2007....
- Communicating strategically in a crisis. During a crisis, the organization's credibility rests on the CEOPatricia J Parsons
Department of Public Relations, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Healthc Exec 17:56-7. 2002
- Talking with the public--challenging the public scareKristina Sinemus
Biotechnol J 2:1047. 2007
- Support for hospital-based HIV testing and counseling: a national survey of hospital marketing executivesJ A Boscarino
Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California at San Francisco 94105, USA
Public Health Rep 110:467-75. 1995..To assess these issues, a national random sample of 193 executives in charge of hospital marketing and public relations were surveyed between December 1992 and January 1993...
- Bringing nursing to the publicCornelia Kazis
Swiss Radio Station DRS 2, Switzerland
J Nurs Educ 48:642-7. 2009..By developing their competence in media relations, participants prepare themselves to tackle the course's long-term goal of bringing the nursing profession into the public eye...
- Delivering prostate cancer prevention messages to the public: how the National Cancer Institute (NCI) effectively spread the word about the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial (PCPT) resultsKara Smigel Croker
Division of Cancer Prevention, National Cancer Institute, 6130 Executive Boulevard, MSC 7315, Bethesda, MD 20892 7315, USA
Urol Oncol 22:369-76. 2004..The groundbreaking yet complicated results of the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial were widely disseminated by National Cancer Institute using the social marketing and public-relations strategies and tactics detailed here...
- How can the public identify an excellent healthcare organization?Patricia Schroeder
J Nurs Care Qual 16:vi. 2002
- Communications. Press home the advantageAnthony Martin
Health Serv J 115:34. 2005
- Guidelines for ethical behavior relating to clinical practice issues in electrodiagnostic medicineGlenn A Mackin
Muscle Nerve 31:400-5. 2005
- Public perception ideas. What they really really wantBen Page
Mori Social Research Institute
Health Serv J 114:16-7, 19. 2004
- Anthony FauciKaren Birmingham
Nat Med 8:10. 2002
- Using public relations to promote health: a framing analysis of public relations strategies among health associationsHyojung Park
Missouri School of Journalism, University of Missouri, 236 Walter Williams Hall, Columbia, MO 65211 1200, USA
J Health Commun 15:39-54. 2010This study explored health organizations' public relations efforts to frame health issues through their press releases...
- Leading the midwifery renaissanceDame Karlene Davis
RCM Midwives 8:264-8. 2005
- And now a word from our sponsorGeorge Miaoulis
School of Business and Economics, Lynchburg College, VA, USA
MGMA Connex 4:30-2. 2004
- Mr. Scruggs comes to GeorgiaJoseph A Parker
GHA Today 48:9. 2004
- Public enemy number one: the US Advertising Council's first drug abuse prevention campaignMolly Niesen
Institute of Communications Research, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61801, USA
Subst Use Misuse 46:872-81. 2011..congressional hearings, and an array of archival sources suggest that this campaign was also part of a public relations crusade on behalf of the advertising industry in response to public criticism of its role in abetting a ..
- Adult's perceptions about whether tobacco companies tell the truth in relation to issues about smokingS J Durkin
Tob Control 14:429-30. 2005
- On public expectationsLise Llewllyn
Health Serv J 115:17. 2005
- A conflict of interest--when scientists sign articles that appear in the press, we need to be told if they are not quite all they seemRob Edwards
New Sci 182:19. 2004
- Marketing to the marginalised: tobacco industry targeting of the homeless and mentally illD E Apollonio
University of California, San Francisco, CA 94143 0612, USA
Tob Control 14:409-15. 2005..To describe the tobacco industry's relationships with and influence on homeless and mentally ill smokers and organisations providing services to them...
- Saving the practice--top 10 unfinished issues to inform the nursing debate in the new millenniumSioban Nelson
Nurs Inq 9:63-4. 2002
- Vigilance is vital to avoid conflicts of interestChris MacDonald
Nature 422:469. 2003
- Communication of gene technology--a difficult enterprise: a journalist's view on biotech communicationThilo Spahl
Biotechnol J 2:1064-6. 2007
- This Forbes' magazine is loaded for combatRon Shinkman
Healthc Leadersh Manag Rep 11:1, 6-8. 2003
- Editorial independence at medical journals owned by professional associations: a survey of editorsRonald M Davis
Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Henry Ford Health System, One Ford Place, 5C, Detroit, Michigan 48202 3450, USA
Sci Eng Ethics 8:513-28. 2002..Strong safeguards are also needed because editors may have less freedom than they believe (especially if they have not yet tested their freedom in an area of controversy)...
- Tobacco industry strategies to undermine the 8th World Conference on Tobacco or HealthM E Muggli
Nicotine Dependence Center, Mayo Clinic, 200 First Street, Southwest, Rochester, MN 55905, USA
Tob Control 12:195-202. 2003..To demonstrate that Philip Morris and British American Tobacco Company attempted to initiate a wide ranging campaign to undermine the success of the 8th World Conference on Tobacco or Health held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1992...
- Get up, stand up: stand up for your rights!--Private thoughts of a citizenJens A Katzek
Biotechnol J 2:1067-9. 2007
- Public engagement with scienceAlan I Leshner
Science 299:977. 2003
- Dealing with controversy: the lessons of implementing BMI screeningsSylvia Byrd
Nasnewsletter 18:18-9. 2003
- HIPAA compliance. Post these billsDagmara Scalise
Hosp Health Netw 77:31. 2003
- Talking biotech with the publicFrank Olaf Brauerhoch
Büro für Sozialforschung, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Biotechnol J 2:1076-80. 2007..Combined with the use of modern tools--and supported with supplementary coaching and organizational consultation--such a foundation allows the establishment of targeted communication with specific groups...
- Turning caring into business: the nuts and bolts of starting a private-duty home care businessCheryl Smith
Kansas City Home Care, Inc, Overland Park, KS 66211, USA
Home Healthc Nurse 25:560-5. 2007..This article examines the nuts and bolts of launching and operating a successful private-duty agency...
- "For Jimmy and the boys and girls of America": publicizing childhood cancers in twentieth-century AmericaGretchen Krueger
Family and Business History Center, Wells Fargo Bank, San Francisco, California, USA
Bull Hist Med 81:70-93. 2007..in cancer education and fund-raising materials distributed by voluntary health organizations, released by public relations departments of specialized cancer hospitals, and featured in popular magazines and newspapers beginning in ..
- Continuous quality improvement in nursing homes: public relations or a reality?John F Schnelle
Vanderbilt Center for Quality Aging, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37232 8300, USA
J Am Med Dir Assoc 8:S2-5. 2007
- Answering questions from the publicLeonard J Weber
University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, MI, USA
Clin Leadersh Manag Rev 21:E8. 2007
- Patient satisfaction. CMS set to release new patient satisfaction results. Are you ready?Elizabeth H Roop
Hosp Health Netw 82:22, 24. 2008
- Tobacco interests or the public interest: 20 years of industry strategies to undermine airline smoking restrictionsPeggy Lopipero
Department of Clinical Pharmacy, University of California at San Francisco, San Francisco, California 94143 0613, USA
Tob Control 15:323-32. 2006..To understand the evolution of 20 years of tobacco industry strategies to undermine federal restrictions of smoking on aircraft in the United States...
- Social networks uncovered: 10 tips every plastic surgeon should knowPhillip Dauwe
Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, 75390 9132, USA
Aesthet Surg J 32:1010-5. 2012..This article focuses on 2 social networking platforms that we feel provide the most utility to plastic surgeons. Ten tips are provided for incorporation of Facebook and Twitter into your practice...
- In the public interestSteven Black
Nurs Stand 19:16-8. 2005
- 'Genetics is not the issue': insurers on genetics and life insuranceIne Van Hoyweghen
Department of Health Care Studies, Section Health Ethics and Philosophy, University of Maastricht, P O Box 616, 6200 MD Maastricht, The Netherlands
New Genet Soc 24:79-98. 2005..Does taking into account the public concerns around genetics also include taking genetics as a public problem?..
- Corporate image and public health: an analysis of the Philip Morris, Kraft, and Nestlé websitesElizabeth Smith
Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California 94118, USA
J Health Commun 17:582-600. 2012..Denormalizing industries that are disease vectors, not just their products, may be critical in realizing positive change...
- The growth and development of professional nursesKathleen B LaSala
School of Nursing, Radford University, Radford, Virginia, USA
Imprint 56:33-5. 2009..Novice nursing students learn the definition of professionalism, standards of practice and the code of ethics. For many, the concept of professionalism is quite new, including one's appearance, behaviors and communication...
- Options for a rational dialogue on the acceptance of biotechnologyKlaus von Grebmer
International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC 20006 1002, USA
Biotechnol J 2:1121-8. 2007....
- You don't need a licence (or PhD) to use your brainDavid L Anderson
Nature 430:965. 2004
- Lessons learned in student recruitingJ Michele Stuart
University of Utah, School of Medicine, Department of Pathology and ARUP Laboratories, Salt Lake City, UT 84132, USA
Clin Lab Sci 15:71-5. 2002..This paper focuses on the successful student recruiting lessons learned at the University of Utah Medical Laboratory Science Program. Specific indicators show increased interest and activity for this program of study...
- A half century of scalloping in the work habits of the United States CongressThomas S Critchfield
Department of Psychology, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois 61790, USA
J Appl Behav Anal 36:465-86. 2003..The present analysis also illustrates a largely overlooked role for applied behavior analysis: that of shedding light on the functional properties of behavior in uncontrolled settings of considerable interest to the public...
- Use of corporate sponsorship as a tobacco marketing tool: a review of tobacco industry sponsorship in the USA, 1995-99N J Rosenberg
Social and Behavioral Sciences Department, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts 02118, USA
Tob Control 10:239-46. 2001..sponsorship serves as an important marketing tool for tobacco companies, serving both a sales promotion and public relations function...
- Are the strategic stars aligned for your corporate brand?M J Hatch
McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA
Harv Bus Rev 79:128-34, 158. 2001..But they also point to cases in which a corporate brand doesn't make sense--for instance, if you are a product incubator, if you've recently experienced M&A activity, or if you are expecting fallout from risky ventures...
- Political divide. Dems, GOP disagree on teaching hospital fundingMichael Romano
Mod Healthc 34:10, 13. 2004
- Communicating food risks in an era of growing public distrust: three case studiesRagnar Lofstedt
King s College London, King s Centre for Risk Management, Department of Geography, Strand, London, UK
Risk Anal 33:192-202. 2013....
- EFFECTS OF OSHA GUIDELINES ON VIOLENCE PREVENTION IN MENJane Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2001..abstract_text> ..
- Evaluating Alcohol Brief Intervention ImplementationThomas Babor; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- Brief Interventions for nicotine and cannabis useThomas Babor; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Enhancing Human Subjects Research Protection, Year TwoROBERT LOWMAN; Fiscal Year: 2003..abstract_text> ..
- Workplace Violence Risk in the Home Health Work PlaceJane Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2003..abstract_text> ..
- Evaluation of Organizational Justice Intervention to Alleviate TYPE III ViolenceJane A Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2010..4) To evaluate the impact of a workplace violence prevention program on organizational justice climate and the incidences and prevalence of Type III workplace violence by comparing intervention and control agencies. ..
- Blood Exposure and Primary Prevention in the Home Care *JANE LIPSCOMP; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..
- Evaluation of Workplace Violence Prevention InterventionJane Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2006..4) Design and implement a violence prevention intervention within these workplaces. 5) Conduct a process and outcome evaluation of the intervention in sample workplaces one year following program implementation. ..
- Delphi Evaluation of Alcohol Advertising CodesThomas Babor; Fiscal Year: 2009..abstract_text> ..
- Evaluating industry codes governing malt liquor adsThomas Babor; Fiscal Year: 2003....
- Brief Intervention for Drug Abuse Using the WHO ASSISTThomas Babor; Fiscal Year: 2006....
- Rural Chronically III Women: Online Support GroupClarann Weinert; Fiscal Year: 2009..The proposed research trajectory will move toward reducing the complexity of the research design and intervention and further developing and refining a model of psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness. ..
- Mental Health & Criminal Justice Post-doctoral TrainingNancy Wolff; Fiscal Year: 2008..unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Integrating Interventions to Improve Fecal IncontinenceJohn Schnelle; Fiscal Year: 2008..unreadable] [unreadable]..
- CROSSING AN INVISIBLE QUALITY CHASM: FROM NICU TO AMBULATORY CAREVirginia Moyer; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Nursing Home Comorbid Depression Care Management InterventionCharlene Quinn; Fiscal Year: 2006..The planning process will involve the analysis of existing data, the conduct of a preliminary study, and the development of detailed research protocols and a manual of procedures. ..
- Mental Health Services /Criminal Justice Research CenterNancy Wolff; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- ANALYSIS OF TOBACCO DEPOSITIONS AND TRIAL TESTIMONYRonald Davis; Fiscal Year: 2003....
- Providing Choice to Nursing Home Residents: A Quality of Life InterventionJohn F Schnelle; Fiscal Year: 2010..Such observations-and the data they generate-are essential for effective staff training and management. ..