Research By Year - 2004

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41. Kerr,E.A., Gerzoff,R.B., Krein,S.L., Selby,J.V., Peitte,J.D., Curb,J.D., Herman,W.H., Marrero,D.G., Narayan,V., Safford,M.M., Thompson,T., Mangione,C.M. Diabetes care quality in the Veterans Affairs Health Care System and commercial managed care: The TRIAD Study. Ann Intern Med. 141: 272-281. 2004.
42. Killip,S., Mahfoud,Z., Pearce,K. What is an intracluster correlation coefficient? Crucial concepts for primary care researchers. Ann Fam Med. 2: 204-208. 5/ 2004.
43. Kuo,G.M., Hawley,S.T., Weiss,L.T., Balkrishnan,R., Volk,R.J. Factors associated with herbal use among urban multiethnic primary care patients: a cross-sectional survey. BMC Complement Altern Med. 4: 18-. 12/ 2/ 2004.
44. Lindbloom,E.J., Ewigman,B.G., Hickner,J.M. Practice-based research networks: the laboratories of primary care research. Med Care. 42: III45-9. 4/ 2004.
45. Main,D.S., Quintela,J., raya-Guerra,R., Holcomb,S., Pace,W.D. Exploring patient reactions to pen-tablet computers: a report from CaReNet. Ann.Fam.Med. 2: 421-424. 9/ 2004.
46. McKee,D., Zayas,L., Jankowski,K. Predictors of Breastfeeding Intention and Initiation Among Urban Minority Women. J Reprod Infant Psychol. 22: 167-181. 2004.
47. McKee,M.D., Karasz,A., Weber,C.M. Health care seeking among urban minority adolescent girls: the crisis at sexual debut. Ann Fam Med. 2: 549-554. 11/ 2004.
48. Mears,C.J., Taylor,R.R., Jordan,K.M., Binns,H. Sociodemographic and symptom predictors of fatigue in an adolescent primary care sample. J Adolesc Health. 35: 528-e21-528.e26. 2004.
49. Miller,P.M., Ornstein,S., Nietert,P.J., Anton,R.F. Self-report and biomarker alcohol screening by primary care physicians: The need to translate research into guidelines and practice. Alcohol Alcohol. 39: 325-328. 2004.
50. Mohr,J.J., Lannon,C.M., Thoma,K.A., Woods,D.M., Slora,E.J., Wasserman,R.C., Kleckner,D., Uhring,L. Learning from Errors in Ambulatory Pediatrics (LEAP). Advances in Patient Safety. 1: 355-368. 2004.
51. Mold,J.W., Abrahamson,L., Roberts,A.M. Prevalence and predictors of night sweats, day sweats, and hot flashes. Ann Fam Med. 2(5): 391-397. 9/ 2004.
52. Mold,J.W., Vesely,S., Schenk,J., Keyl,B., Roberts,A.M. The prevalence, predictors, and consequences of peripheral sensory neuropathy in older patients. J Am Board Fam Pract. 17(5): 309-318. 9/ 2004.
53. Mold,J.W., Fryer,G.E., Roberts,A.M. When Do Older Patients Change Primary Care Physicians?. J Am Board Fam Med. 17: 453-460. 11/ 1/ 2004.
54. Mold,J.W., Fryer,G.E. When do older patients change primary care doctors?. J Am Board Fam Pract. 17: 453-460. 2004.
55. Mold,J.W., Thompson,D.M. Management of brown recluse spider bites in primary care. J Am Board Fam Pract. 17: 347-352. 9/ 2004.
56. Murray,M.D., Harris,L.E., Overhage,J.M., Zhou,X.H., Eckert,G.J., Smith,F.E., Buchanan,N.N., Wolinsky,F.D., McDonald,C.J., Tierney,W.M. Failure of computerized treatment suggestions to improve health outcomes of outpatients with uncomplicated hypertension: results of a randomized controlled trial. Pharmacotherapy. 24: 324-337. 3/ 2004.
57. Neale,A.V., Schwartz A primer of the HIPAA Privacy Rule for practice-based researchers. J Am Board Fam Pract. 17(6): 2004.
58. Nietert,P.J., Ornstein,S., Jenkins,R., Roylance,L.F., Dickerson,L., Feifer,C. The effect of ethnicity on outcomes in a practice-based trial to improve cardiovascular disease prevention. Int J Equity Health. 3: 12-. 2004.
59. Ornstein,S., Jenkins,R.G., Nietert,P.J., Feifer,C., Roylance,L.F., Nemeth,L., Corley,S., Dickerson,L., Bradford,W.D., Litvin,C. A multimethod quality improvement intervention to improve preventive cardiovascular care: a cluster randomized trial. Ann Intern Med. 141: 523-532. 10/ 5/ 2004.
60. Ornstein,S., Nietert,P.J., Dickerson,L. Hypertension Management and Control in Primary Care: A Study of 20 Practices in 14 States. Pharmacotherapy. 24: 500-507. 2004.