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82. MacGregor,K., Handley,M., Wong,S., Sharifi,C., Gjeltema,K., Schillinger,D., Bodenheimer,T. Behavior-change action plans in primary care: a feasibility study of clinicians. J.Am.Board.Fam.Med. 19: 215-223. 5/ 2006.
83. Magill,M.K., Lloyd,R., Palmer,D., Terry,S. Successful turnaround of a university-owned, community-based multidisciplinary practice network. Ann Fam Med. 4: S12-S18. 9/ 2006.
84. McKee,D., Fletcher,J. Primary care for urban adolescent girls from ethnically diverse populations: foregone care and access to confidential care. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 17: 759-774. 11/ 2006.
85. McKee,D., Sullivan,L., Weber,C. Perspectives on confidential care for adolescent girls. Ann Fam Med. 4: 519-526. 2006.
87. McKee,M.D., Fletcher,J., Schechter,C.B. Predictors of timely initiation of gynecologic care among urban adolescent girls. J Adolesc Health. 39: 183-191. 8/ 2006.
88. Merenstein,D., ener-West,M., Halbower,A.C., Krist,A., Rubin,H.R. The trial of infant response to diphenhydramine: the TIRED study--a randomized, controlled, patient-oriented trial. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 160: 707-712. 7/ 2006.
89. Metz,S.M., Wyrwich,K.W., Babu,A.N., Kroenke,K., Tierney,W.M., Wolinsky,F.D. A comparison of traditional and Rasch cut points for assessing clinically important change in health-related qualityof life among patients with asthma. Qual Life Res. 15: 1639-1649. 2006.
90. Meyers,D.S., Mishori,R., McCann,J., Delgado,J., O'Malley,A., Fryer,E. Primary care physicians' perceptions of the effect of insurance status on clinical decision making. Ann Fam Med. 4: 399-402. 2006.
91. Mielenz,T., Jackson,E., Currey,S., Devellis,R., Callahan,L.F. Psychometric properties of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Health-Related Quality of Life (CDC HRQOL) items in adults with arthritis. Health Qual.Life Outcomes.. 4: 66-. 2006.
92. Miller,P.M., Stockdell,R., Nemeth,L.S., Feifer,C., Jenkins,R., Nietert,P.J., Wessell,A., Liszka,H., Ornstein,S. Initial steps by nine primary caare practices to implement alcohol screening guidelines with hypertensive patients: The AA TRIP project. Subst Abus. 27: 61-70. 2006.
93. Mold,J.W., Wooley,J.H., Nagykaldi,Z. Associations between night sweats and Other sleep disturbances: an OKPRN study. Ann Fam Med. 4: 423-426. 9/ 1/ 2006.
94. Nagykaldi,Z., Mold,J.W., Robinson,A., Niebauer,L., Ford,A. Practice facilitators and practice-based research networks. J Am Board.Fam.Med. 19: 506-510. 9/ 2006.
95. Nagykaldi,Z., Mold,J.W., Bradley,K.K., Bos,J.E. Bridging the gap between public and private healthcare: Influenza-like illness surveillance in a practice-based research network. J Public Health Manag Pract. 12: 356-364. 7/ 2006.
96. Neale,A.V. A new issue of The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. J Am Board Fam Med. 19: 2006.
97. Niescierenko,M.L., Cadzow,R.B., Fox,C.H. Insuring the uninsured: A student-run initiative to improve access to care in an urban community. J.Natl.Med Assoc.. 98: 906-911. 6/ 2006.
98. Nietert,P.J., Wessell,A., Feifer,C., Ornstein,S. Effect of terminal digit preference on blood pressure measurement and treatment in primary care. Am J Hypertens. 19: 147-152. 2006.
99. Orleans,C.T., Woolf,S.H., Rothemich,S.F., Marks,J.S., Isham,G.J. The top priority: building a better system for tobacco-cessation counseling. Am J Prev Med. 31: 103-106. 7/ 2006.
100. Parchman,M.L., Romero,R.L., Pugh,J.A. Encounters by patients with type 2 diabetes--complex and demanding: an observational study. Ann Fam Med. 4: 40-45. 1/ 2006.