The objective of this study was to describe the extent of miscoding for the major sickle cell disease genotypes in hospital discharge data.
This article discusses use of Behavior Over Time graphs to spur discussion and systems thinking around complex challenges.
This article describes initiatives that are part of a statewide approach to addressing physical activity, nutrition, and weight status in Georgia’s school-aged children and adolescents.
This article describes a systems model, originally launched in 2008 and updated in 2014, that simulates the impact of policy interventions on the prevalence of childhood obesity in Georgia through 2034.
The study estimated the effect of rates of adult asthma discharges before and after the implementation of county nonhospitality workplace smoke-free laws and county restaurant and bar smoke-free laws.
Workplace bullying, perceived job stressors, and psychological distress: Gender and race differences in the stress process
The current study uses structural equation modeling of survey data from the 2010 Health and Retirement Study (N = 2292) and draws on stress process theory to examine coworker support as a buffering mechanism against workplace bullying, and gender and race differences in the relationships between bullying and psychological distress.
Interprofessional Medical-Legal Education of Medical Students: Assessing the Benefits for Addressing Social Determinants of Health
This article reflects how interprofessional medical–legal education is essential to optimizing health care delivery.
This content analysis examines written documentation of telephone calls to a regional sexual assault hotline over a 5-year period.
This study reports adherence to these measures and examines concordance across various data sources, using Registry and Surveillance for Hemoglobinopathies project data.