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    • What Do Chaplains Do: The Views of Palliative Care Physicians and Nurses and Social Workers 

      Damen, Annelieke; Labuschagne, Dirk; Fosler, Laura; O’Mahony, Sean; Levine, Stacie; Fitchett, George (SAGE Publications, 2019-05)
      It is well accepted that attention to spiritual concerns is a core dimension of palliative care. It is similarly well accepted that chaplains are the spiritual care specialists who should address such concerns. However, ...
    • What goes up must come down: The burden of bipolar depression in youth 

      Van Meter, Anna R.; Henry, David B.; West, Amy E. (Elsevier Inc., 2013-09)
      Background: In the pediatric bipolar disorder literature, mania has eclipsed depression as the mood state of most interest. Though depressive episodes tend to be more prevalent and persisting than manic episodes, research ...
    • "When I Was Circumcised I Was Taught Certain Things": Risk Compensation and Protective Sexual Behavior among Circumcised Men in Kisumu, Kenya 

      Riess, Thomas H.; Achieng, Maryline M.; Otieno, Samuel; Ndinya-Achola, J. O.; Bailey, Robert C. (Public Library of Science, 2010-08-25)
      Background: Male circumcision has been shown to reduce the transmission of HIV from women to men through vaginal sex by approximately 60%. There is concern that men may engage in risk compensation after becoming circumcised, ...
    • Work Stress, Burnout, and Social and Personal Resources among Direct Care Workers 

      Gray-Stanley, Jennifer A.; Muramatsu, Naoko (Elsevier, 2011-05)
      Work stress is endemic among direct care workers (DCWs) who serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Social resources, such as work social support, and personal resources, such as an internal locus ...
    • Worksite Health Promotion for Low-Wage Workers: A Scoping Literature Review 

      Stiehl, Emily; Shivaprakash, Namrata; Thatcher, Esther; Ornelas, India, J.; Kneipp, Shawn; Baron, Sherry, L.; Muramatsu, Naoko (SAGE Publications, 2017-09-12)
      OBJECTIVE: To determine: (1) What research has been done on health promotion interventions for low-wage workers and (2) what factors are associated with effective low-wage workers' health promotion programs. DATA ...
    • Y Chromosome Lineages in Men of West African Descent 

      Torres, Jada Benn; Doura, Menahem B.; Keita, Shomarka O. Y.; Kittles, Rick A. (Public Library of Science, 2012)
      The early African experience in the Americas is marked by the transatlantic slave trade from ~1619 to 1850 and the rise of the plantation system. The origins of enslaved Africans were largely dependent on European preferences ...