Research By Year - 2008

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81. Lester,W.T., Zai,A.H., Grant,R.W., Chueh,H.C. Designing healthcare information technology to catalyse change in clinical care. Inform Prim Care. 16: 9-19. 2008.
82. Levy,B.T., Joshi,M., Xu,Y., Daly,J., James,P.A. Perceptions of Iowa family physicians regarding colorectal cancer screening. Med Care. 46: S103-S108. 9/ 2008.
83. Lipowski,E.E. Pharmacy practice-based research networks: why, what, who, and how. J Am Pharm Assoc. 48: 142-152. 3/ 2008.
85. Luginbuhl,L.M., Newman,T.B., Pantell,R.H., Finch,S.A., Wasserman,R.C. Office-based treatment and outcomes for febrile infants with clinically diagnosed bronchiolitis. Pediatrics. 122: 947-954. 11/ 2008.
86. Martin,L.A., Ariza,A.J., Thomson,J.S., Binns,H.J. Seconds for care: evaluation of five health supervision visit topics using a new method. J Pediatr. 153: 706-11, 711. 11/ 2008.
87. Meltzer,L.J. Brief report: sleep in parents of children with autism spectrum disorders. J Pediatr Psychol. 33: 380-386. 5/ 2008.
88. Mitchell,S.D., Eide,R., Olsen,C.H., Stephens,M.B. Body composition and physical fitness in a cohort of US military medical students. J Am Board Fam Pract. 21: 165-167. 3/ 2008.
89. Mold,J.W., Pasternak,A., McCaulay,A., Manca,D., Rubin,G., Westfall,J., Beasley,J., Hickner,J., Fagnan,L.J., Handley,M., Haddy,R., Hankey,T. Definitions of common terms relevant to primary care research. Ann.Fam.Med. 6: 570-571. 11/ 2008.
92. Mold,J.W., Goodrich,S., Orr,W. Associations between subjective night sweats and sleep study findings. J Am Board Fam Pract. 21: 96-100. 3/ 2008.
93. Nagykaldi,Z., Fox,C., Gallo,S., Stone,J., Fontaine,P., Peterson,K., Arvanitis,T. Improving collaboration between Primary Care Research Networks using Access Grid technology. Inform.Prim.Care.. 16: 51-58. 2008.
94. Nease,D.E.,Jr., Nutting,P.A., Dickinson,W.P., Bonham,A.J., Graham,D.G., Gallagher,K.M., Main,D.S. Inducing sustainable improvement in depression care in primary care practices. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 34: 247-255. 5/ 2008.
95. Nemeth,L.S., Feifer,C., Stuart,G.W., Ornstein,S.M. Implementing change in primary care practices using electronic medical records: a conceptual framework. Implement Sci. 3: 3-. 2008.
96. Newton,W.P. Improving performance in prevention. J Am Board Fam Pract. 21: 258-260. 7/ 2008.
97. Ornstein,S., Nietert,P.J., Jenkins,R.G., Wessell,A.M., Nemeth,L.S., Rose,H.L. Improving the translation of research into primary care practice: results of a national quality improvement demonstration project. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 34: 379-390. 7/ 2008.
98. Oscos-Sanchez,M.A., White,D., Bajorek,E., Dahlman,M., Albright,T.L., Trevino,J., Burge,S.K. SAFE TEENS: facilitators of and barriers to adolescent preventive care discussions. Fam Med. 40: 125-131. 2/ 2008.
100. Parchman,M.L., Pugh,J.A., Culler,S.D., Noel,P.H., Arar,N.H., Romero,R.L., Palmer,R.F. A group randomized trial of a complexity-based organizational intervention to improve risk factors for diabetes complications in primary care settings: study protocol. Implement.Sci. 3: 15-. 2008.