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Developing the eCPP: Adapting an Evidence-Based Parent Training Program for Digital Delivery in Primary Care Settings| January 14, 2015
Developing innovative delivery methods is needed to overcome time and logistic barriers to in-person participation in evidence-based parent training programs.
October 15, 2014
The objective of this study was to explore the utility of nitrile gloves as a replacement for latex surgical gloves in recovering bacteria from the hands.
Increasing Participation in Genomic Research and Biobanking Through Community-Based Capacity Building.| September 18, 2014
Achieving equitable minority representation in genomic biobanking is one of the most difficult challenges faced by researchers today. Capacity building-a framework for research that includes collaborations and on-going engagement-can be used to help researchers, clinicians and communities better understand the process, utility, and clinical application of genomic science.
September 16, 2014
BACKGROUND: Intimate partner violence (IPV) in pregnancy is common and harmful to maternal-child health. Safety planning is the gold standard for intervention, but most abused women never access safety planning. Pregnant women may face increased barriers to safety planning and risk of severe IPV, particularly if they are also rural residents. Internet-based safety planning interventions may be useful, but no such interventions specific to the needs of pregnant women have been developed.
September 1, 2014
Violence against healthcare employees is a profound problem in the emergency department worldwide. One strategy to reduce the risk of violence is prevention focused education. The purpose of this paper was to report the learning outcomes of a workplace violence educational prevention program tailored to the needs of emergency department employees.