Research By Year - 2000

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2. Baseman,S., Truxell,R. Developing an IDS-based disease-management program for the frail elderly. Healthc Financ Manage. 54: 33-36. 2/ 2000.
3. Baughcum,A.E., Chamberlin,L.A., Deeks,C.M., Powers,S.W., Whitaker,R.C. Maternal perceptions of overweight preschool children. Pediatrics. 106: 1380-1386. 12/ 2000.
4. Beasley,J.W., Hahn,D.L., Wiesen,P., Plane,M.B., Manwell,L. The cost of primary care research. J Fam Pract. 49: 985-9. 11/ 2000.
5. Blankfield,R.P., Hudgel,D.W., Tapolyai,A.A., Zyzanski,S.J. Bilateral leg edema, obesity, pulmonary hypertension, and obstructive sleep apnea. Arch Intern Med. 160: 2357-62. 8/ 14/ 2000.
6. Carter,Y.H., Shaw,S., Sibbald,B. Primary care research networks: an evolving model meriting national evaluation. Br J Gen Pract. 50: 859-60. 11/ 2000.
8. Champion,V.L., Ray,D.W., Heilman,D.K., Springston,J.K. A tailored intervention for mammography among low-income African-American women.. J Psychosoc Oncol. 18: 1-13. 2000.
9. Clement,S., Pickering,A., Rowlands,G., Thiru,K., Candy,B., de Lusignan,S. Towards a conceptual framework for evaluating primary care research networks. Br J Gen Pract. 50: 651-2. 8/ 2000.
10. Dickinson,W.P., Stange,K.C., Ebell,M.H., Ewigman,B.G., Green,L.A. Involving all family physicians and family medicine faculty members in the use and generation of new knowledge. Fam.Med.. 32: 480-490. 7/ 2000.
11. Dietrich,A.J., Olson,A.L., Sox,C.H., Winchell,C.W., Grant-Petersson,J., Collison,D.W. Sun protection counseling for children: primary care practice patterns and effect of an intervention on clinicians. Arch Fam Med. 9: 155-9. 2/ 2000.
13. Ebell,M.H., Smith,M.A., Barry,H.C., Ives,K., Carey,M. The rational clinical examination. Does this patient have strep throat?. JAMA. 284: 2912-8. 12/ 13/ 2000.
14. Flaherty,E.G., Sege,R., Binns,H.J., Mattson,C.L., Christoffel,K.K. Health care providers' experience reporting child abuse in the primary care setting. Pediatric Practice Research Group. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 154: 489-493. 5/ 2000.
15. Forrest,C.B., Glade,G.B., Baker,A.E., Bocian,A., von Schrader,S., Starfield,B. Coordination of specialty referrals and physician satisfaction with referral care. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 154: 499-506. 5/ 2000.
16. Gardner,W., Kelleher,K.J., Wasserman,R., Childs,G., Nutting,P., Lillienfeld,H., Pajer,K. Primary care treatment of pediatric psychosocial problems: A study from pediatric research in office settings and ambulatory sentinel practice network. Pediatrics. 106: E44-. 10/ 2000.
18. Gauthier,B.M., Hickner,J.M., Ornstein,S. High prevalence of overweight children and adolescents in the Practice Partner Research Network. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 154: 625-8. 6/ 2000.
19. Green,L.A., Culpepper,L., de Melker,R.A., Froom,J., van,Balen F., Grob,P., Heeren,T. Tympanometry interpretation by primary care physicians. A report from the International Primary Care Network (IPCN) and the Ambulatory Sentinel Practice Network (ASPN). J.Fam.Pract.. 49: 932-936. 10/ 2000.
20. Griffiths,F., Wild,A., Harvey,J., Fenton,E. The productivity of primary care research networks. Br J Gen Pract. 50: 913-5. 11/ 2000.