*  Brain & Behavior Research Foundation-Funded Study Links Schizophrenia, Inflammation & Bacteria | Bra
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*  NIH Guide: RESEARCH ON FERTILITY AND FERTILITY-RELATED BEHAVIOR
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*  New York Times Reports that Autism May Not Be a Lifelong Diagnosis | Brain & Behavior Research Found
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*  List of psychological research methods
... A wide range of research methods are used in psychology. These methods vary by the sources of information that are drawn on, how that information is sampled, and the types of instruments that are used in data collection. Methods also vary by whether they collect qualitative data, quantitative data or both. Qualitative psychological research is where the research findings are not arrived at by statistical or other quantitative procedures. Quantitative psychological research is where the research findings result from mathematical modeling and statistical estimation or statistical inference. Since qualitative information can be handled as such statistically, the distinction relates to method, rather than the topic studied. There are three main types of psychological research:. Correlational research Descriptive research Experimental research. The following are common research designs and data collection methods:. Archival research Case study Computer simulation modeling Content analysis Experiment, often wi...
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*  Director's Report 2/95 - Behavioral Research
... Skip Navigation. Search the NIDA Archives. . Director's Report to the National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse February, 1995. Research Findings Behavioral Research Comprehensive Operant Behavioral Therapy for Treating Cocaine Addicts. Cocaine abusers are hard to retain in treatment and difficult to treat successfully. However, Stephen Higgins and colleagues from the University of Vermont have developed a behavioral intervention that appears promising. The treatment program has four components: 1 quick detection of drug use based on frequent urine testing; 2 incentives e.g., vouchers for pro-social items, positive reactions of counselors and significant others or loss of incentives contingent upon urine testing results; 3 structured counseling sessions and 4 Disulfiram treatment for patients with substantial alcohol use. Drs. Higgins, Budney, and colleagues have reported on two trials comparing their behavioral treatment with "standard" drug treatment based on the 12-step disease model. The preliminary no...
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*  Making the Most of Stimulus Funding Available for Behavioral Research - Association for Psychologic
... al Science. Join/Renew. Psychological Science. Members. Join/Renew. News. In the News. Making the Most of Stimulus Funding Available for Behavioral Research. The National Institutes of Health NIH received $10 billion extra, the National Science Foundation received $3 billion extra, and most of the funding needs to be spent quickly in about a two-year period. Now is the time to apply for certain grants, to call agency program officers about the grant you almost got, or to talk to your funding officer about the potential for a supplement if you already have an NIH grant. Of the NIH $10 billion, at least $200 million over the next two years is for a new initiative called NIH Challenge Grants in Health and Science Research, to fund 200 or more grants up to $1 million each. See http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/challenge award/. Program officers will be involved in this process, so it can only help to contact them to discuss your application. The National Science Foundation NSF has released a general announ...
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*  FDA Approves Once-A-Day Lamictal(R)XR(TM) as Add-On Epilepsy Therapy for Primary Generalized Tonic-C
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*  Noldus | Innovative solutions for behavioral research
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Medical Xpress - psychological research ... Home psychological research. News tagged with psychological research. 6 hours. 12 hours. 1 day. Last day. 1 week. 1 month. Last day. 1 week. 1 month. Last day. 1 week. 1 month. Psychology & Psychiatry. offenders has found that offenders with mental disorders are not as strongly associated with repeating crime as may be commonly thought. Psychology & Psychiatry. Your spouse's voice is easier to hear—and easier to ignore. Aug 29, 2013 0 0. Psychology & Psychiatry. Do girls really experience more math anxiety. Girls report more math anxiety on general survey measures but are not actually more anxious during math classes and exams, according to new research forthcoming in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological ... Aug 27, 2013 0 0. Medtronic device will collect data as it treats brain disorders. Aug 13, 2013 0 0. Autism spectrum disorders. Jul 31, 2013 0 0. Psychology & Psychiatry. Prisoners doing yoga may see psychological benefits. Yoga ...
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*  Cathy L Backinger
2003 Improving the future of youth smoking cessation Cathy L Backinger Tobacco Control Research Branch, Behavioral Research Program, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute, 6130 Executive Blvd, EPN 4036, Bethesda, MD 20892 7337, USA Am J Health Behav 27:S170-84. 2007 Cigarette smoking patterns among young adults aged 18-24 years in the United States Deirdre Lawrence Applied Research Program, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892, USA Nicotine Tob Res 9:687-97. 2007 National patterns and correlates of mentholated cigarette use in the United States Deirdre Lawrence National Cancer Institute, Tobacco Control Research Branch, Behavioral Research Program, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD, USA Addiction 105:13-31. Improving the future of youth smoking cessation Cathy L Backinger Tobacco Control Research Branch, Behavioral Researc...
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*  Belmont Report
... The 'Belmont Report' is a report created by the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research. Its full title is the 'Belmont Report: Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research, Report of the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research'. The 'Report' was issued on 30 September 1978. 1 and published in the Federal Register on 18 April 1979. 2 The 'Report' took its name from the Belmont Conference Center where the document was drafted in part. The Belmont Conference Center, once a part of the Smithsonian Institution, is in Elkridge, Maryland, 10 miles south of Baltimore, and until the end of 2010 was operated by Howard Community College. 3 The 'Belmont Report' summarizes ethical principles and guidelines for research involving human subjects. Three core principles are identified: respect for persons, beneficence, and justice. Three primary areas of application are also...
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... Skip to content. Warning: This website uses JavaScript to provide better user experience. If your browser supports it, you should enable it. Behavioral Research Program Home Branches Health Communication and Informatics. Tobacco Control. Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences. Health Behaviors. Science of Research and Technology. Fellow Profile. Cheryse Sankar , PhD Former Fellow, Transitioned Outside of the Program Fellow - AAAS Science Technology Policy Fellow Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences Branch BBPSB Behavioral Research Program BRP furmanca@mail.nih.gov 301-435-3419. Dr. Sankar was an American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS Science and Technology Policy fellow in the Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences Branch BBPSB within the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences DCCPS at the National Cancer Institute NCI. She has Bachelor of Science Degrees in Biology and Chemistry from the University of California, Irvine. She earned her Doctorate fr...
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... Skip to content past banner and navigation links. Department of Health Human Services. National Institutes of Health. Contact Us. Get Email Alerts. NHLBI Entire Site. NHLBI Entire Site 1. Health Topics 2. News Resources 3. Health Topics. Resources. Contact the Health Information Center. Resources. Research Resources. What are Clinical Trials. NHLBI Trials at NIH Clinical Center Clinical Trial Websites. NHLBI In The News. Email Alerts. Contact Us. Application Is my study observational or interventional. Skip left side navigation and go to content. Is my study observational or interventional. Observational Study: A biomedical or behavioral research study of human subjects designed to assess risk factors for disease development or progression, assess natural history of risk factors or disease, identify variations based on geographic or personal characteristics such as race/ethnicity or gender, track temporal trends, or describe patterns of clinical care and treatment in absence of specific study-mandated in...
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*  4 Reasons why simulation in healthcare works
... ANIMAL BEHAVIOR. HUMAN BEHAVIOR. NOLDUS INNOVATIONWORKS. ABOUT NOLDUS. SUPPORT CENTER. Behavioral Research Blog. Simulating events adds to our understanding of human behavior. In a Simulation Laboratory you can test new tools and methods in a safe and secure environment. 2010 evaluated three AEDs Automated External Defibrillators using a heuristic evaluation which is an evaluation method often used in Human Factors research. They set up this test at the Healthcare Human Factors and Simulation Laboratory, recorded all interactions with four ceiling cameras, and used The Observer XT for behavioral coding and data integration. This simulation enabled Percival et al. In a simulated environment, teamwork can be studied and significantly improved by training specific teamwork skills. In a simulator you can record behavior on video and even more insight in behavior can be gained by using an eye tracker or data acquisition system to measure eye gaze behavior or physiological responses of the students. Immediatel...
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*  Rebecca Anhang Price
... National Institutes of Health Anhang Price Rebecca Anhang Price. Research Topics reminder systems occult blood vaginal smears gastrointestinal endoscopy mammography referral and consultation motivation primary health care continuity of patient care mass screening colorectal neoplasms health services accessibility breast neoplasms disease management patient participation patient care team socioeconomic factors social environment decision making neoplasms interdisciplinary communication terminal care palliative care combined modality therapy quality of health care. Rebecca Anhang Price Summary Affiliation: National Institutes of Health Country: USA. Publications Organizational factors and the cancer screening process Rebecca Anhang Price SAIC Frederick, Inc, Applied Cancer Screening Research Branch, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute, 6130 Executive Blvd, EPN 4103A, Rockville, MD 20852, USA J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 2010:38-57. 2010 Introduction: Understanding and...
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*  Timeline Follow-Back - Springer
... Sobell. Sobell. Share Share this content on Facebook Share this content on Twitter Share this content on LinkedIn. L C Sobell and M. B Sobell 1981 Outcome criteria and the assessment of alcohol treatment efficacy, Evaluation of the Alcoholic: Implications for Research, Theory and Treatment, Research Monograph No. 2 L C Sobell and M. B Sobell 1982 Alcoholism treatment outcome evaluation methodology, Prevention, Intervention and Treatment: Concerns and Models, Alcohol and Health Monograph No. 3 M B Sobell, S. C Sobell, J. Addict. PubMed. CrossRef. R Vingilis, eds. PubMed. Alcohol and Alcoholism 25, 25–32. PubMed. Brit. J Addict. CrossRef. L C Sobell, T. D Nirenberg 1988 Behavioral assessment and treatment planning with alcohol and drug abusers: A review with an emphasis on clinical application. A Maisto 1987 The utility of self-report and biological measures of alcohol consumption in alcoholism treatment outcome studies. L C Sobell 1978 Alcohol treatment outcome evaluation: Contributions from behavioral re...
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*  DCCPS: Behavioral Research Program: TCRB: Smoking and Tobacco Control Monographs
Acknowledgments Chapter 1 Cigar Smoking: Overview and Current State of the Science 585 kb Trends in Consumption Disease Risks Inhalation Nicotine Addiction Adult Use Adolescent Use Marketing Environmental Tobacco Smoke Regulation and Taxation Chapter 2 Trends in Cigar Consumption and Smoking 715 kb. Discussion Monitoring Recommendations Chapter 3 Chemistry and Toxicology 455 kb Historical Notes The Cigar Chemistry of Cigar Tobacco Chemistry and Analysis of Mainstream Cigar Smoke Sidestream Smoke and Environmental Tobacco Smoke Toxicity and Carcinogenicity of Cigar Smoke Biomarkers for the Uptake of Tobacco Smoke Summary and Research Needs Chapter 4 Disease Consequences of Cigar Smoking 293 kb The CPS-I Study All Cause Mortality Cause Specific Mortality Lung Cancer Oral Cancer Cancer of the Larynx Cancer of the Esophagus Bladder and Urinary System Cancers Pancreatic Cancer Coronary Heart Disease Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease COPD Cerebro-Vascular Disease Aortic Aneurysm Chapter 5 Indoor Air Pollution F...
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*  BishopBlog: The devaluation of low-cost psychological research
Most kinds of brain imaging require not only expensive equipment, but also a building to house it and staff to maintain it, and all or part of these costs will be passed on to researchers. In academic research, money follows money. another with less influential publications and large grant income, many would favour the latter. This will miss articles that don't have these words in the address. Institutions coded as doing neuroimaging have bigger grants: after taking into account differences in number of staff, the mean income for departments with neuroimaging was 7,428K and for those without it was 3,889K difference significant at p = .01. If these numbers are accurate, some departments are using their substantial income to do influential work, while others seem to achieve no more than other departments with much less funding. Labels: funding, H-index, neuroimaging, psychology, publishing, RAE, REF, research, university. 7 comments:. Just a couple of further comments - as someone who does around 50% fMRI and ...
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*  Grantee Profile
... Behavioral Research Program Home Branch Websites Health Communication and Informatics. Basic Biobehavioral and Psychological Sciences. Health Behaviors. BBPSB. BBPSB Profile. I am a BBPSB Grantee. "Light isn't just for vision. Light touches every aspect of our lives and can have a profound impact on our health and well-being. My research tool is a gift that Nature gives us daily: the sunrise and the sunset.". Dr. Figueiro is passionate about investigating how light can be used as a non-pharmacological treatment to promote health and well-being and improve people's lives. Growing evidence indicates that exposure to irregular patterns of light and darkness can cause the human circadian system to fall out of synchrony with the 24-hour solar day, negatively affecting human health. Dr. Figueiro strives to better understand how the retina converts light signals into neural signals for the circadian system. Her research efforts have contributed to the development of important tools and insightful analyses to sy...
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*  Research!America and Many Other Health Research Advocates Campaign For Cures, Not Cuts | Research!Am
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*  Academic Research Enhancement Award | National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)
Academic Research Enhancement Award. National Sexual Violence Resource Center NSVRC. Skip to main content. About Us Contact Us My Account. Log In. Search form. Search this site. HOME RESOURCES. News Projects Publications Organizations Experts Library. CONNECT. Conference Calendar Opportunities Blogs Podcasts xCHANGE. eLEARNING. Campus Browse Portal Search Portal Submit Tool. LIBRARY STORE Donate to NSVRC. HOME. CONNECT. OPPORTUNITIES. FUNDING Academic Research Enhancement Award. Academic Research Enhancement Award. Opportunities. Funding Careers Nominations Call for Works Educational. Conference Blogs Calendar Podcasts. Funding Source:. National Institutes of Health. Type of Funding:. federal. Deadline:. Wednesday, September 7, 2016. Eligibility:. academic institutions. The purpose of the Academic Research Enhancement Award AREA program is to stimulate research in educational institutions that provide baccalaureate or advanced degrees for a significant number of the Nation's research scientists, but that have...
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*  dental-research-institutional-training-program | College of Dentistry and Dental Clinics
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program , the Behavioral Research Program , or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program , and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Browse by Area of Research. About ARP. Title: National Health Interview Survey: research for the 1995-2004 redesign. Abstract: OBJECTIVES: This report presents a major portion of the research carried out for the 1995-2004 redesign of the National Health Interview Survey. The primary focus of the 1995-2004 NHIS redesign research was to explore sample design options to improve the reliability of NHIS statistics for racial, ethnic, economic, and geographic domains. Another objective was to assess the integration of the sample designs of the NCHS surveys of health care p...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Breen N, Meissner HI. Title: Toward a system of cancer screening in the United States: trends and opportunities. Journal: Annu Rev Public Health 26:561-82. Date: 2005. Abstract: The hard work of public health officials, physicians, and disease advocacy groups to educate Americans about the importance of early detection has resulted in uptake of screening tests at leve...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Field TS, Cernieux J, Buist D, Geiger A, Lamerato L, Hart G, Bachman D, Krajenta R, Greene S, Hornbrook MC, Ansell G, Herrinton L, Reed G. Title: Retention of enrollees following a cancer diagnosis within health maintenance organizations in the Cancer Research Network. Journal: J Natl Cancer Inst 96 2 :148-52. Date: 2004 Jan 21. Abstract: Population laboratories with ...
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Mean Intake of Sodium, Mean Intake of Energy, and Mean Sodium Contribution mg of Various Foods Among US Population, by Age, NHANES 2005 06 Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Monitoring Risk Health Behaviors Food Sources. Sodium. List of Specific Foods. Mean Intakes Percentage Contribution of Foods:. Among US Population, by Age. Among US Males, by Age. Among US Females, by Age. Among US Population, by Race/Ethnicity Family Income. Mean In...
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News Events :: UW Center for Public Health Nutrition. Center for Public Health Nutrition. About Us. Centers Groups. Faculty Staff. Key Partners. Our Work. Obesity Research. Public Health Practice. Taste, Appetite Eating Behavior Research. Food Environment. Early Care and Education. Publications. Faculty Staff Publications. Reports Briefs. Tools Resources. Student Projects. News Events. Upcoming Recent Events. Summits Forums. Presentations. CPHN in the News. Contact Us. News & Events Upcoming & Recent Events. Summits & Forums. Presentations. CPHN in the News. News Events Upcoming Recent Events Learn about upcoming events and get materials from recent events CPHN/UWCOR Summits Forums Archive of presentations and materials from CPHN/UWCOR-sponsored summits and forums Faculty Staff Presentations Slides from selected faculty and staff presentations CPHN in the News Links to news releases, recent articles, and radio or television interviews featuring CPHN research, faculty, or staff. UW Center for Obesity Research....
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Lutz JM, Reith-Chaton J, Fioretta G, Cerny V, Bouchardy C. Title: Surveys on mammography frequency in Geneva. Journal: J Med Screen 7 2 :111-3. Date: 2000. Abstract: Two surveys were conducted in Geneva, in 1991 and 1995, to assess the coverage of mammography before the introduction of a breast cancer screening programme. Women who attended for mammographies did so at...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program , the Behavioral Research Program , or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program , and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: von Fournier D, Anton HW, Junkermann H, Bastert G, van Kaick G. Title:. Journal: Radiologe 33 5 :227-35. Date: 1993 May. Abstract: Carcinoma of the breast is the most frequent cause of death in women aged between approximately 38 and 50 years. At present, 1 out of 14 women in Germany and 1 out of 9 in America suffer from breast cancer within a life time. To date, m...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Feuer EJ. Title: Modeling the impact of adjuvant therapy and screening mammography on U.S. breast cancer mortality between 1975 and 2000: introduction to the problem. Journal: J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 36 :2-6. Date: 2006. Abstract:. Last Modified: 03 Sep 2013. Search. Contact Us. Accessibility. Viewing Files. FOIA. Policies US Department of Health Human Services. Nat...
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... skip to main content at the national institutes of health www cancer gov print page e mail page search please wait while this form is being loaded the applied research program web site is no longer maintained arp s former staff have moved to the new healthcare delivery research program the behavioral research program or the epidemiology genomics research program and the content from this web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate please update your links and bookmarks home browse by resource type browse by area of research research networks funding information about arp publication abstract authors tabã r l akerlund e gad a title five year experience with single view mammography randomized controlled screening in sweden journal recent results cancer res date abstract last modified sep search contact us accessibility viewing files foia policies us department of health human services national institutes of health national cancer institute usa gov nih turning discovery into health...
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... skip to main content at the national institutes of health www cancer gov print page e mail page search please wait while this form is being loaded the applied research program web site is no longer maintained arp s former staff have moved to the new healthcare delivery research program the behavioral research program or the epidemiology genomics research program and the content from this web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate please update your links and bookmarks home browse by resource type browse by area of research research networks funding information about arp publication abstract authors smith bindman r kerlikowske k title is there a downside to elderly women undergoing screening mammography journal j natl cancer inst date sep abstract last modified sep search contact us accessibility viewing files foia policies us department...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program , the Behavioral Research Program , or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program , and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Chevarley F, White E. Title: Recent trends in breast cancer mortality among white and black US women. Abstract: OBJECTIVES: Time trends in breast cancer mortality were analyzed from 1970 to 1992 among White and Black US women aged 25 and over. METHODS: Mortality data from the National Center for Health Statistics were summarized within three periods 1970 to 1979, 1980 to 1988, and 1989 to 19...
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at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Title: Interventions to improve follow-up of abnormal findings in cancer screening. Abstract: The potential reduction in morbidity and mortality through cancer screening cannot be realized without receipt of appropriate follow-up care for abnormalities identified via screening. In this paper, the authors critically examine the existing literature on correlates of receipt of appropriate follow-up care for screen-detected abnormalities, as well as the literature on interventions designed to increase rates of receipt of follow-up care. Similarly, effective interventions to increase follow-up are described and gaps identified. A conceptual model is develop...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: McCrea Curnen MG, Schoenfeld ER. Title: Standard information on environmental exposure linked to data on cancer patients, with a brief review of the literature. Journal: Prev Med 12 2 :242-61. Date: 1983 Mar. Abstract: A review of national resources presently available for linking cancer morbidity and mortality data with information on environmental factors is present...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Vilaprinyo E, Forné C, Carles M, Sala M, Pla R, Castells X, Domingo L, Rue M, Interval Cancer INCA Study Group. Title: Cost-effectiveness and harm-benefit analyses of risk-based screening strategies for breast cancer. Journal: PLoS One 9 2 :e86858-. Date: 2014. Abstract: The one-size-fits-all paradigm in organized screening of breast cancer is shifting towards a pers...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Feuer EJ, Lee M, Mariotto AB, Cronin KA, Scoppa S, Penson DF, Hachey M, Cynkin L, Carter GA, Campbell D, Percy-Laurry A, Zou Z, Schrag D, Hankey BF. Title: The Cancer Survival Query System: making survival estimates from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results program more timely and relevant for recently diagnosed patients. Journal: Cancer 118 22 :5652-62. Da...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Hoffman RM, Harlan LC, Klabunde CN, Gilliland FD, Stephenson RA, Hunt WC, Potosky AL. Title: Racial differences in initial treatment for clinically localized prostate cancer. Results from the prostate cancer outcomes study. Journal: J Gen Intern Med 18 10 :845-53. Date: 2003 Oct. Abstract: OBJECTIVE: We examined whether there were racial differences in initial treatme...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Bouchardy C, Rapiti E, Fioretta G, Laissue P, Neyroud-Caspar I, Schäfer P, Kurtz J, Sappino AP, Vlastos G. Title: Undertreatment strongly decreases prognosis of breast cancer in elderly women. Journal: J Clin Oncol 21 19 :3580-7. Date: 2003 Oct 01. Abstract: PURPOSE: No consensus exists on therapy of elderly cancer patients. Treatments are influenced by unclear stand...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. Home. Browse by Resource Type. Browse by Area of Research. Research Networks. Funding Information. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Authors: Larsson LG, Andersson I, Bjurstam N, Fagerberg G, Frisell J, Tabár L, Nyström L. Title: Updated overview of the Swedish Randomized Trials on Breast Cancer Screening with Mammography: age group 40-49 at randomization. Journal: J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr 22 :57-61. Date: 1997. Abstract: The purpose of this overview is to estimate more precisely the long-term effect of ...
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... skip to main content at the national institutes of health www cancer gov print page e mail page search please wait while this form is being loaded the applied research program web site is no longer maintained arp s former staff have moved to the new healthcare delivery research program the behavioral research program or the epidemiology genomics research program and the content from this web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate please update your links and bookmarks home browse by resource type browse by area of research research networks funding information about arp publication abstract authors collins lc achacoso n nekhlyudov l fletcher sw haque r quesenberry cp jr puligandla b alshak ns goldstein lc gown am schnitt sj habel la title relationship between clinical and pathologic features of ductal carcinoma in situ and patient age an analysis of patients journal am j surg pathol date dec abstract prior studies have shown that young patient age at diagnosis is associated with an incr...
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... skip to main content at the national institutes of health www cancer gov print page e mail page search please wait while this form is being loaded the applied research program web site is no longer maintained arp s former staff have moved to the new healthcare delivery research program the behavioral research program or the epidemiology genomics research program and the content from this web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate please update your links and bookmarks home browse by resource type browse by area of research research networks funding information about arp publication abstract authors baxi ss o neill c sherman ej atoria cl lee ny pfister dg elkin eb title trends in chemoradiation use in elderly patients with head and neck cancer changing treatment patterns with cetuximab journal head neck date dec abstract background cetuximab was approved for use in chemoradiation ctrt for locally advanced head and neck squamous cell carcinoma hnscc in methods among patients with locally ...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program , the Behavioral Research Program , or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program , and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Title: Beliefs and expectations of women under 50 years old regarding screening mammography: a qualitative study. Abstract: OBJECTIVE: Because shared decision making has been recommended for screening mammography by women under age 50, we studied women's decision-making process regarding the procedure. MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS: We identified the following content areas in women's decision-making process: intentions for screening, motivating factors to undergo screening, attitudes toward screening mammography, attitudes toward breast cancer, and preferences for information and shared decision making. They were motivate...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Print Page. E-mail Page. Search:. Please wait while this form is being loaded.... The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Browse by Area of Research. About ARP. Publication Abstract. Title: Is ulcerative colitis associated with survival among older persons with colorectal cancer in the US. A population-based case-control study. Abstract: BACKGROUND: While ulcerative colitis UC is a risk factor for colorectal cancer, the association of UC with survival after colorectal cancer has not been studied in an older population. AIMS: The objective of our study was to compare the survival of colorectal cancer between persons with and without UC. METHODS: All cases of colorec...
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... Skip to Main Content. at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Search:. The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. About ARP. Title: Impact of prior cancer on eligibility for lung cancer clinical trials. Abstract: BACKGROUND: In oncology clinical trials, the assumption that a prior cancer diagnosis could interfere with study conduct or outcomes results in frequent exclusion of such patients. We determined the prevalence and characteristics of this practice in lung cancer clinical trials and estimated impact on trial accrual. METHODS: We reviewed lung cancer clinical trials sponsored or endorsed by the Eastern Oncology Cooperative Group for exclusion criteria related to a prior cancer diagnosis. We estimated prevalence of prior pr...
http://appliedresearch.cancer.gov/cgi-bin-pubsearch/pubsearch/abstract.pl?id=1234
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at the National Institutes of Health. The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program , the Behavioral Research Program , or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program , and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Title: Impact of hormone therapy on false-positive recall and costs among women undergoing screening mammography. Abstract: OBJECTIVE: We sought to evaluate the effects of hormone therapy HT on false-positive FP recall for additional breast evaluation and costs. MEASURES: FP recall, defined as mammograms resulting in a radiologist's recommendation for additional imaging, ultrasound, or invasive procedures among disease-free women, was compared for nonusers, initiators, discontinuers, and continuers of HT. RESULTS: There was no association between HT and FP recall among women ages 40-49 years. Among women 50 years or older, current HT users, ie, initiators and conti...
http://appliedresearch.cancer.gov/cgi-bin-pubsearch/pubsearch/abstract.pl?id=397
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The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Title: Understanding the factors underlying disparities in cancer screening rates using the Peters-Belson approach: results from the 1998 National Health Interview Survey. We applied the Peters-Belson approach, often used in wage discrimination studies, to analyze disparities in cancer screening rates between different groups using the 1998 National Health Interview Survey. METHODS: A regression model predicting the probability of getting screened is fit to the majority group and then used to estimate the expected values for minority group members had they been members of the majority group. The average difference between the observed and expected values for a minority group is the part of the disparity t...
http://appliedresearch.cancer.gov/cgi-bin-pubsearch/pubsearch/abstract.pl?id=2853
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at the National Institutes of Health. www.cancer.gov. Search:. The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Please update your links and bookmarks. About ARP. Title: Determination of cause of death among breast cancer cases in the Swedish randomized mammography screening trials. A comparison between official statistics and validation by an endpoint committee. Abstract: Between 1976 and 1982, four randomized mammography screening trials started in five screening centres in Sweden, involving 282,777 women 156,911 invited and 125,866 controls with the aim to study if invitation to screening reduced the breast cancer mortality. An overview of the trials was performed to reduce the confidence intervals for the relative risk estimates. All 1,296 deaths oc...
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ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program , the Behavioral Research Program , or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program , and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Title: Improving quality of breast cancer surgery through development of a national breast cancer surgical outcomes BRCASO research database. Abstract: BACKGROUND: Common measures of surgical quality are 30-day morbidity and mortality, which poorly describe breast cancer surgical quality with extremely low morbidity and mortality rates. Several national quality programs have collected additional surgical quality measures; however, program participation is voluntary and results may not be generalizable to all surgeons. We developed the Breast Cancer Surgical Outcomes BRCASO database to capture meaningful breast cancer surgical quality measures among a non-voluntary sample, and study variation in these measures across providers, facilities, and health plans. METHODS...
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... Skip Navigation. Twitter. Multimedia. Home. About. Key Initiatives. Funding. Resources. Tools. Cancer Control Population Sciences Home Behavioral Research Program Home Health Communication and Informatics Research Home. University of Wisconsin, Madison View Presentation from CECCR I final grantee conference CHESS modules and research summaries Principal Investigator: Dr. David H. Gustafson http://chess2.chsra.wisc.edu/tecc/index.htm. View Presentation from May 2006 Symposium On this Page: Overview. Project 1. Controlled trial will examine whether breast cancer patient outcomes change as different types of conceptually distinct CHESS services information, social support, and skills training are systematically added to a patient's treatment resources. Project 2 Fully-crossed design to test the efficacy of CHESS and a human Cancer Mentor against a control condition in which patients are given only access to the Internet rapidly becoming a de facto standard information care situation. Project 3 Evaluates whe...
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www.cancer.gov. The Applied Research Program Web site is no longer maintained. ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Title: Elevated biomarkers of inflammation are associated with reduced survival among breast cancer patients. Systemic C-reactive protein CRP and serum amyloid A SAA are measures of low-grade chronic inflammation and potential predictors of cancer survival. PATIENTS AND METHODS We evaluated the relationship between circulating markers of inflammation and breast cancer survival using data from the Health, Eating, Activity, and Lifestyle HEAL Study a multiethnic prospective cohort study of women diagnosed with stage 0 to IIIA breast cancer. Circulating concentrations of CRP and SAA were measured approximately 31 months after diagnosis and tested for associations with disease-free survival ap...
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ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program, the Behavioral Research Program, or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program, and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Abstract: OBJECTIVES: To determine the effect of colony-stimulating factor CSF on incidence of febrile neutropenia, infection, and survival in older people with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma NHL treated with chemotherapy. PARTICIPANTS: Thirteen thousand two hundred twenty-three people diagnosed with NHL at age 65 and older mean age 74.9, range 65-102 in 1992 to 2002 who received chemotherapy within 12 months of diagnosis. MEASUREMENTS: Primary prophylaxis was defined as CSF administered at the start of chemotherapy before febrile neutropenia or infection; secondary prophylaxis was defined as CSF use after febrile neutropenia or infection. RESULTS: Participants with five to nine administrations of primary prophylactic CSF had a 42% lower risk of febrile neutropenia odds rati...
http://appliedresearch.cancer.gov/cgi-bin-pubsearch/pubsearch/abstract.pl?id=1365
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ARP's former staff have moved to the new Healthcare Delivery Research Program , the Behavioral Research Program , or the Epidemiology Genomics Research Program , and the content from this Web site is being moved to one of those sites as appropriate. Abstract: OBJECTIVE: To estimate the costs of adverse events AEs in patients aged ≥65 years with metastatic renal cell carcinoma mRCC. Adverse events of interest consisted of Grade 3 or 4 toxicities that have been reported with frequency ≥5% in randomized controlled trials of sunitinib, sorafenib, bevacizumab, and pazopanib i.e., targeted therapies for mRCC , and included abdominal pain, back pain, diarrhea, dyspnea, extremity pain, fatigue/asthenia, hand-foot syndrome, hypertension, lymphopenia, nausea/vomiting, neutropenia, proteinuria, and thrombocytopenia. Patients in SEER-Medicare with these events were identified based on ICD-9-CM diagnosis codes on Medicare claims. For each AE of interest, costs were tallied among evented patients over 30 days, beginnin...
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(1/237) An evaluation of "informed consent" with volunteer prisoner subjects.

"Informed consent" sets a goal for investigators experimenting with human subjects, but little is known about how to achieve or evaluate it in an experiment. In a 3-year, double-blind study with incarcerated men, we attempted to provide a "free and informed consent" and evaluated our efforts with an unannounced questionnaire administered to subjects after they completed the experiment. At that time, approximately two-thirds had sufficient information for an informed consent, but only one-third was well informed about all key aspects of the experiment and one-third was insufficiently informed to give an informed consent. We found that institution- or study-based coercion was minimal in our experiment. From our evaluation of the questionnaire and experience at the study institution, we conclude that an experiment with human subjects should be designed to include an ongoing evaluation of informed consent, and active attempts should be made to avoid or minimize coercive inducements. Experiments with significant risk, which require a long duration and/or large sample size relative to the institution's population, should probably not be performed on prisoner subjects. The experimenter should be independent of the penal institution's power structure. Presenting and explaining a consent form to volunteers on one occasion is probably an in adequate procedure for obtaining and maintaining an informed consent.  (+info)

(2/237) Randomisation and resource allocation: a missed opportunity for evaluating health care and social interventions.

Equipoise is widely regarded to be an essential prerequisite for the ethical conduct of a randomised controlled trial. There are some circumstances however, under which it is acceptable to conduct a randomised controlled trial (RCT) in the absence of equipoise. Limited access to the preferred intervention is one such circumstance. In this paper we present an example of a randomised trial in which access to the preferred intervention, preschool education, was severely limited by resource constraints. The ethical issues that arise when conducting randomised trials in health care are considered in the context of trials of social interventions. In health, education and social welfare, effective interventions are frequently limited due to budgetary constraints. Explicit acknowledgement of the need to ration interventions, and the use of random allocation to do this even in the absence of equipoise, would facilitate learning more about the effects of these interventions.  (+info)

(3/237) Extending the boundaries of the Declaration of Helsinki: a case study of an unethical experiment in a non-medical setting.

To examine the ethical issues involved in governmental decisions with potential health risks, we review the history of the decision to raise the interurban speed limit in Israel in light of its impact on road death and injury. In 1993, the Israeli Ministry of Transportation initiated an "experiment" to raise the interurban speed limit from 90 to 100 kph. The "experiment" did not include a protocol and did not specify cut-off points for early termination in the case of adverse results. After the raise in the speed limit, the death toll on interurban roads rose as a result of a sudden increase in speeds and case fatality rates. The committee's decision is a case study in unfettered human experimentation and public health risks when the setting is non-medical and lacks a defined ethical framework. The case study states the case for extending Helsinki type safeguards to experimentation in non-medical settings.  (+info)

(4/237) Ethics that exclude: the role of ethics committees in lesbian and gay health research in South Africa.

Prevailing state and institutional ideologies regarding race/ethnicity, gender, and sexuality help to shape, and are influenced by, research priorities. Research ethics committees perform a gatekeeper role in this process. In this commentary, we describe efforts to obtain approval from the ethics committee of a large medical institution for research into the treatment of homosexual persons by health professionals in the South African military during the apartheid era. The committee questioned the "scientific validity" of the study, viewing it as having a "political" rather than a "scientific" purpose. They objected to the framing of the research topic within a human rights discourse and appeared to be concerned that the research might lead to action against health professionals who committed human rights abuses against lesbians and gay men during apartheid. The process illustrates the ways in which heterosexism, and concerns to protect the practice of health professionals from scrutiny, may influence the decisions of ethics committees. Ethics that exclude research on lesbian and gay health cannot be in the public interest. Ethics committees must be challenged to examine the ways in which institutionalized ideologies influence their decision making.  (+info)

(5/237) Covert video surveillance continues to provoke debate.

When the editor invites comment on a response to an analysis of a criticism of a protocol already defended by the author in this journal, the issue is clearly contentious. I will comment briefly on Thomas's paper in this issue of the journal, and look at points of agreement as well as dissent.  (+info)

(6/237) Covert video surveillance -- a response to Professor Southall and Dr. Samuels.

In their reply to my recent paper on Munchausen's syndrome by proxy, Professor Southall and Dr. Samuels concede that some things may be learned from my observations. They do not attend to the main argument of the paper, however, that the proportion of research interest in their use of covert video surveillance merits consideration of the research protocol by an independent research ethics committee. It will not do simply to assert that the use of this technology for the purposes outlined in their accounts is not research. I formulated arguments based on facts divulged in those published accounts for regarding their work as containing a considerable proportion of research activity. Unfortunately their reply did not address these arguments. Until such points are adequately answered the protection of patients calls for satisfactory judgments to be made on certain important issues which any research ethics committee would be obliged to consider in an evaluation of their activities. I suggest that some of these features will create more difficulties for approval of such a protocol than others.  (+info)

(7/237) Animal experiments: conference report.

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(8/237) Human facial expressions as adaptations: Evolutionary questions in facial expression research.

The importance of the face in social interaction and social intelligence is widely recognized in anthropology. Yet the adaptive functions of human facial expression remain largely unknown. An evolutionary model of human facial expression as behavioral adaptation can be constructed, given the current knowledge of the phenotypic variation, ecological contexts, and fitness consequences of facial behavior. Studies of facial expression are available, but results are not typically framed in an evolutionary perspective. This review identifies the relevant physical phenomena of facial expression and integrates the study of this behavior with the anthropological study of communication and sociality in general. Anthropological issues with relevance to the evolutionary study of facial expression include: facial expressions as coordinated, stereotyped behavioral phenotypes, the unique contexts and functions of different facial expressions, the relationship of facial expression to speech, the value of facial expressions as signals, and the relationship of facial expression to social intelligence in humans and in nonhuman primates. Human smiling is used as an example of adaptation, and testable hypotheses concerning the human smile, as well as other expressions, are proposed.  (+info)


What direction is research taking currently to cure Brain Tumors?


Hey everyone, can someone please tell me What direction research is taking currently to cure brain tumors?
Also, if you get your information from a website, can you please list it. Thanks!
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There are so many websites on this subject. There is no cure, but great strides have been made in identifying the cells and what goes wrong. If they can figure out what goes wrong, they can work towards stopping it from going wrong. One of the more currents research, studies, and trials is a vaccine made from your own tumor cells. This being said, assuming you meant cancerous brain tumors. If not, then brain tumors are treated with surgery and radiation and often, don't grow back, but sometimes still do, at a higher grade.


I want to contribute to Cancer research, but there are so many different groups. How do you decide?


I got 3 solicitations just today, Nat'l Found. for Cancer Research, Nat'l Breast Cancer Research Center and the Nat'l Cancer Research Center.  I also get them from local agencies on a regular basis.
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For me it's 2.  The american cancer institute and the Susan G. Komen org which I am a member.  Those two are the best in my eyes.  You make your own decisions.  Do some research because some of them aren't any good.  Good luck and I hope you make the right decision.  God bless you.


Is this a correct research problem? What are the factors that influence agitations in patients with dementia?


We are assigned to make a nursing research proposal and i made up a research problem regarding patients in a nursing home with dementia. my research problem is What are the factors that influence agitation in a patient with  dementia in a nursing home? quantitative research.. am i doing it correctly?
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This is a legitimate research question.  There are different approaches to performing research, so the next step is come up with the study design.    Behavioral research doesn't always lend itself well to hypothesis testing and experiments like chemistry or physics, so this  may be more of an observational study where there isn't any experiment - no treatment and control groups.   It could be possible to try to intentionally agitate people as an experiment, but this runs into ethical questions.  There's good info at the link.


How much research should one do before adopting or relinquishing a child?


And where can one find credible research on adoption issues such as the adoptee's experience, how biological parents fare post relinquishment and how to have an ethical adoption?
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Some great suggestions already.  I just want to emphasize that ALL aspects need to be researched.  The perspective of the child is usually overlooked.

Often "research" consists of reading information that we already agree with or only from the perspective of the adoptive/relinquishing parent.  Research that does not challenge preconceived ideas is not research.

Never ever use information from adoption agencies, facilitators, or lawyers as "research".  It is sales hype and propaganda.


How do i start my introduction paragraph on my research paper?


I'm writing a research paper about autism and I need a good introduction paragraph. What's a good attention getter or something that I can use to start this paper? Thankss~
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Well, there are lots of topics related to autism. But i have here below a list of book reviews that will really help on this kind of topics. Good luck to your research paper.


How can I find information about dementia research in plain language?


I've got close aunty who has recently been diagnosed with dementia and I'd like to know more about what research is being done. I've had a look online but I'm not sure what science news sites I can trust and I find some of them use too much scientific language that I can't understand. Does anybody know a source that doesn't use fancy language but is still reliable?
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The Alzheimer's Association has a wonderful website that is full of information.  The link for their website is:

http://www.alz.org

Alzheimers Dementia is just one of the varieties of dementia, but their research is good, reliable and written in plain english for the lay person.  It will help you get a good idea about what research is being done and what you can expect.

For more information on symptoms, behaviors and testing of dementia and alzheimers, review this article:

http://www.elder-home-care-help.com/alzheimers-symptoms.html

This is a long process and can be difficult to handle.  Please feel free to contact me directly through the website and I would be more than happy to answer your specific questions in plain English.

Good luck on this journey.


How did you decide whether or not to medicate your young child with a behavioral or attention disorder?


This is for research purposes for a class, so if you could please add a little little detail such as research, influences, family choices, ages of children, etc... I would appreciate it greatly!
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My son who is now six has been a different child since the day he was born.  He hated lights, crowded places, noise, and has always had sensory overload.  He did not know how to suckle his bottle and needed to be taught.  He never crawled, but developed his own scootch sitting up.  When he was one he began bitting and hitting.  When he was two he cut a little girl in the face with scizzors at daycare.  When he was three he was kicked out of headstart because he was a safety risk to the other children.  From the age of three he has been in counseling for his behavioral issues.  At the age of three he also began to rage.  He would rage for three to four hours at a time nonstop (screaming, hitting, biting, kicking, throwing furniture, etc.).  During these times he got super strong.  He was having night terrors that were real graphic about sharks eating him bloody, getting run over by trains, drowning by falling off of bridges, and more.  He was suffering inside.  He did and does not want to live this way.  His psychiatric nurse suggested that we try him on medication. That was the hardest decision I have had to make parenting yet, but another (putting my little boy in the hospital for an inpatient psychiatric stay) I know is soon to come.  The first few nights he was on the meds I would watch him continuously.  I did not sleep much at all those nights.  I researched every med he has been on through the internet and books.  I learned all the side effects and what to look out for.  

What influenced my decision: Seeing my son suffering.  He did not know what he was doing when he raged.  If he hurt somebody when he was done his rage he would ask why is that person crying and are you mad at me.  He had no idea what he had done and was suffering.

Family Choices: My husband and I both new that my son needed help.  We decided together to try him on medications.  

Age: He is now six and a half.  He has been on psych meds since he was four.  

Currently he is on Clonidine to help with the night terrors, Risperdal to help calm his body, Celexa to help with anxiety, and Vistari also to help him sleep.  

He has a diagnosis of mood disorder NOS 296.90, cognitive disorder with executive functions weakness, and adhd.  They believe his mood disorder is actually bipolar, but are sceptical to label him as that at his young age.  

He currently needs a med adjustment.  The Risperdal worked miracles in the beginning but made him gain weight. As he gained the weight the effectiveness wore off so they would have to increase the dose.  Now they will not increase it anymore because he has gained 40 pounds in two years... 30 in the past year.  

I know I made the right decision medicating my son.  We are currently changing psychiatrists because his current counselor does not know how to help him.  I found a psychiatrist that does therapy too so maybe he will know what meds work better.  Hope I could help.  Sorry it was so long.


What are average costs in research a new drug?


What are average costs in research a new drug?
How many years of research are usually involved?
What is the ratio of drugs researched compared to those that actually make it to market?
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To research a new drug is astronomical, price wise!
and we pay it, but when a new or old drug gets to be a non-presription drug, they, the drug manufactures are finding out it makes them more money as insurance willnot cover it and they can charge more, to the general people who take, ZYRTEC and CLARITIN are two drugs for allergies that now cost more than when they were prescriptions, hope this helps!