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We Have New Journals!

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 | Posted in Faculty, News, Resources, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

The most recent volumes of the following journals have arrived at the FMHI Research Library.  Stop in to read the journals onsite, or request an article through Pronto.  Here are a few article titles to pique your interest:

Health Affairs, vol 32.7 (July 2013)

  • Two-thirds of primary care physicians accepted new Medicaid patients in 2011-2012: A baseline to measure future acceptance rates (SL Decker)
  • Existing Medicaid beneficiaries left off the Affordable Care Act’s prevention bandwago (SE Wilensky & EA Gray)
  • States with the least restrictive regulations experienced the largest increase in patients seen by nurse practitioners (Y-F Kuo, FL Loresto, Jr., LR Rounds, & JS Goodwin)
  • Exempting schoolchildren from immunizations: States with few barriers had highest rates of nonmedical exemptions (NR Blank, AL Caplan, & C Constable)
  • The care span: Population aging and emergency departments: Visits will not increase, lengths-of-stay and hospitalizations will (DJ Pallin, MB Allen, JA Espinola, CA Camargo, Jr.,& JS Bohan)


POZ (July/August 2013)

  • Pride and policy (OR Gutierrez, Jr.)
  • PACHA covers trans issues (T Straube)
  • Yours in the struggle (P Kawata)
  • Viral suppresion without drugs? (B Ryan)
  • The genetic fusion inhibitor (B Ryan)
  • Cure: HDAC inhibitors may fight HIV reservoir (B Ryan)


Health Services Research, 48.4 (August 2013)

  • Association between traditional nursing home quality measures and two sources of nursing home complaints (JL Troyer, W Sause)
  • Disparities in completion of substance abuse treatment between and within racial and ethnic groups (EG Guerrero, JC Marsh, L Duan, C Oh, B Perron, & B Lee)
  • POtential bias in medication adherence studies of prevalent users (ML Maciejewski, CL Bryson, V Wang, M Perkins, & C-F Liu)
  • Post-acute care and ACOs: Who will be accountable? (JM McWilliams, ME Chernew, AM Zaslavsky, BE Landon)

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