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1. Alder,S.C. Physician preparedness for bioterrorism recognition and response: a Utah-based needs assessment.. Disaster Manag Response. Clark,J.D., White,G.L., Talboys,S., Mottice,S. 2: 69-74. 2004.
2. Anderson,M.R., Klink,K., Cohrssen,A. Evaluation of vaginal complaints. JAMA. 291: 1368-1379. 3/ 17/ 2004.
3. Anderson,M.R., Karasz,A., Friedland,S. Are vaginal symptoms ever normal? A review of the literature.. MedGenMed. 6: 49-. 11/ 22/ 2004.
4. Anderst,J. A comparison of domestic violence screening methods in a pediatric office. Clin Pediatr. Hill,T., Siegel,R.M. 43: 103-105. 2004.
5. Andrews,J.E., Pearce,K.A., Sydney,C., Ireson,C., Love,M. Current state of information technology use in a US primary care practice-based research network. Inform Prim Care. 12: 11-18. 2004.
6. Ariza,A., Binns,H. Childhood nutritional status: Ongoing surveillance is necessary. [editorial]. Swiss Med Wkly. 134: 511-513. 2004.
7. Ariza,A., Chen,E.H., Binns,H., Christoffel,K. Risk factors for overweight in 5-6 year old Hispanic-American children: a pilot study. J Urban Health. 81: 150-161. 2004.
8. Ariza,A.J., Binns,H.J., Christoffel,K.K. Evaluating computer capabilities in a primary care practice-based research network. Ann Fam Med. 2: 418-420. 9/ 2004.
10. Binns,H., Gray,K.A., Chen,T., Finster,M.E., Peneff,N., Schaefer,P.D., Ovsey,V., Fernandes,J., Brown,M., Dunlap,B. Evaluation of landscape coverings to reduce soil lead hazards in urban residential yards: The Safer Yards Project. Environ Res. 96: 127-138. 2004.
11. Binns,H., Ariza,A. Guidelines help clinicians identify risk factors for overweight in children. Pediatr Ann. 33: 18-22. 2004.
12. Blank,A.E. Assessing the research: some comments on multi-method studies. Am J Nurs. 104: 38-39. 2004.
13. Coeytaux,R.R., Gillespie,H.M., Callahan,L.F., Kaufman,J.S., Plescia,M., Williams,C., Sloane,P.D. Racial disparities in health between white and African American family practice patients: clinical implications. N.C.Med J.. 65: 330-334. 11/ 2004.
14. Couchman,G.R., Forjuoh,S.N., Rajab,M.H., Phillips,C.D., Yu,J. Nonclinical factors associated with primary care physicians' ordering patterns of magnetic resonance imaging/computed tomography for headache. Acad.Radiol.. 11: 735-740. 7/ 2004.
15. Deshefy-Longhi,T., Dixon,J.K., Olsen,D.P., Grey,M. Privacy and confidentiality issues in primary care: Views of advanced practice nurses and their patients. Nurs Ethics. 11: 378-394. 2004.
16. Diero,L.,Stiffler,T.,Einterz,R.M.,Tierney,W.M. Can data from an electronic medical record identify which patients with pneumonia have Pneumocystis carinii infection?. Int J Med Inf. 73: 743-750. 2004.
17. Doyne,E.O., Alfaro,M.P., Siegel,R.M., Atherton,H.D., Schoettker,P.J., Bernier,J., Kotagal,U.R. A randomized controlled trial to change antibiotic prescribing patterns in a community. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 158: 577-583. 2004.
18. Drobac,S., Brickman,W., Smith,T., Binns,H. Evaluation of a type 2 diabetes screening protocol in an urban pediatric clinic. Pediatrics. 114(7): 141-148. 2004.
19. Duff,K., Schoenberg,M.R., Patton,D., Mold,J., Scott,J.G., Adams,R.L. Predicting change with the RBANS in a community dwelling elderly sample. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 10: 828-834. 10/ 2004.
20. Elder,NC, Graham,D., Hickner,J. Can a national primary-care error reporting system make a difference in medical practice. Focus on Patient Safety. 7: 5-6. 2004.