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Behavioral medicine treatment of ruminative vomiting and associated weight loss in an adolescent with autism
von Luiselli, J K; Medeiros, J; Jasinowski, C; Smith, A
In: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 24 (1994), 5, p. 619-29

...Preceding intervention the boy had lost 15 pounds associated with high-rate ruminating. The treatment program included a combination of dietary, nutritional, and behavioral procedures that emphasized ...

Evaluation of a behavioral medicine consultative treatment for chronic, ruminative vomiting
von Luiselli, J K; Haley, S; Smith, A
In: Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 24 (1993), 1, p. 27-35 table

...Evaluated a treatment package for a 13-year-old child with multiple disabilities. Incorporated dietary and medication manipulations, with behavioral intervention. Ruminative vomiting decreased steadil...

Evaluation a la francaise: towards a new relationship between social science and public action
von Duran, P; Monnier, E; Smith, A
In: Evaluation, 1 (1995), 1, p. 45-63
Zitiert von: 1

...Examines the institutionalization of evaluation through its adoption by state and then local bureaucracies, a process heavily encouraged by the European Commission. 2 distinctive features, both involv...

Advertising by design
von Edis, M; Smith, A
In: Nursing Times, 85 (1989), 26 Jul 89, p. 41-3

...Stop and think what sort of person is needed to replace a key worker, then advertise the post effectively. Discusses how to go about this. (Abstract amended)...

An Angelman syndrome clinic: report on 24 patients
von Leitner, R P; Smith, A
In: Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 32 (1996), 2, p. 94-8

...Angelman syndrome (AS) is a rare neurodevelopmental disorder with complex genetic aetiology. Diagnosis may be difficult and there is severe life-long disability. An AS clinic was commenced in Sydney, ...

Randomised controlled trial of self management leaflets and booklets for minor illness provided by post
von Little, P; Somerville, J; Williamson, I; Warner, G; Moore, M; Wiles, R; George, S; Smith, A; Peveler, R
In: British Medical Journal, 322 (2001), 7296, p. 1214-17

...Assesses the effectiveness of providing information by post about managing minor illnesses. In six general practices 238 patients did not receive the intervention as allocated. Of the remaining 3764 p...

Human immunodeficiency viruses in patients attending a sexually transmitted disease clinic in London, 1982-7
von Loveday, C; Tedder, R S; Williams, P; Smith, A; Williams, H; Hawkins, A; Quirk, J; Weller, I V D; Pomeroy, L; Adler, M W
In: British Medical Journal, 298 (1989), 18 Feb 89, p. 419-22

...The appearance of HIV-I infection among heterosexuals indicates a need for more aggressive education programmes and intervention strategies along the lines adopted for homosexual men. Surveillance for...

Respiratory control in stuttering speakers: evidence from respiratory high-frequency oscillations
von Denny, M; Smith, A
In: Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 43 (2000), 4, p. 1024-37

...Tested the hypothesis that, in stuttering speakers, relations between the neural control systems for speech and life support, or metabolic breathing, may differ from relations previously observed in n...

Using demographic risk factors to explain variations in the incidence of violence against women
von O'Donnell, C J; Smith, A; Madison, J R
In: Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 17 (2002), 12, p. 1239-62
Zitiert von: 4

...Offers statistical support for the contention that demographic risk factors influence the incidence of some women's experiencing violence more than others. Results were generated using a binary probit...

Addressing domestic violence in the African American community
von Dennis, R E; Key, L J; Kirk, A L; Smith, A
In: Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 6 (1995), 2, p. 284-98
Zitiert von: 4

...Focuses on the problem of spouse abuse in the African American community and discusses intervention programs designed to reduce domestic violence. The criminal justice system has changed its policy to...

How many patients with haematological malignancy need the facilities offered by a district general hospital?
von Low, J; Smith, A; George, S; Roderick, P; Davis, C
In: Journal of Public Health Medicine, 24 (2002), 3, p. 196-9

...Studied the utilization of specialist clinical services for haematological malignancy in a defined patient population. Patients with haematological malignancy are mostly over 65 years. A prevalence su...

14 years of follow-up from the Edinburgh randomised trial of breast-cancer screening
von Alexander, F E; Anderson, T J; Brown, H K; Forrest, A P M; Hepburn, W; Kirkpatrick, A E; Muir, B B; Prescott, R J; Smith, A
In: Lancet, 5 (1999), p. 1903-8

...Findings from this trial confirm results from randomised trials in Sweden and the USA that screening for breast cancer lowers breast-cancer mortality. Notes that similar results are also reported by t...

What men worry about: the place of HIV/AIDS and STDs in health concerns among Turkish, second-generation Greek, Chilean, Vietnamese and Anglo-Australian men
von Gifford, S M; Stephens, D; Marino, R; Bakopanos, C; Smith, A
In: Venereology, 12 (1999), 3, p. 83-95

...A questionnaire was administered to 536 men aged 18-45 living in Melbourne, Australia, from different ethnic backgrounds. Key findings are compared with those from a previous companion study with wome...

What women worry about: the place of HIV/AIDS and STDs in health concerns among Turkish, second-generation Greek, Chilean, Vietnamese and Anglo-Australian women
von Gifford, S M; Bakopanos, C; Yesilyurt, Z; Dawson, M-T; Rosenthal, D; Smith, A
In: Venereology, 10 (1997), 4, p. 236-49
Zitiert von: 1

...Results reported are derived from a questionnaire administered to 538 women aged 18-40 years, from these different backgrounds. Only 26% of women nominated 'sexual health related problems' as one of t...

Geriatric day hospitals
von Vetter, N J; Smith, A
In: Age and Ageing, 18 (1989), Nov 89, p. 361-3

...This issue of Age and Ageing presents a study comparing consultant- with general practitioner-supervised geriatric day hospitals. The paper is a useful reminder of some of the unresolved problems in t...

Effect of perspective taking on the cognitive representation of persons: a merging of self and other
von Davis, M H; Conklin, L; Smith, A; Luce, C
In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 70 (1996), 4, p. 713-26
Zitiert von: 7

...Two studies examined the possibility that perspective taking leads observers to create cognitive representations of others that substantially overlap with the observers' own self-representations. In S...

Self-reported adverse events in adolescents aged 13-18 years after mass vaccination with pertussis-containing vaccine, following a school outbreak
von McCann, L J; Ford, K J; Pollard, A J; Kulkarni, R; Amirthalingam, G; Smith, A; McCarthy, N D
In: Public Health, 127 (2013), 12, p. 1133-1136

...Since mid-2011, there has been a striking increase in pertussis cases over and above the anticipated cyclical increase expected in the UK and other developed countries with sustained high childhood va...

Limits to patient choice: example from anaesthesia
von Markham, R; Smith, A
In: British Medical Journal, 326 (2003), 7394, p. 863-4

...Patients have a right to information about their care. Information allows better understanding and greater involvement and enables patients to make choices if they wish. Information is also crucial to...

Women with intellectual disability who have offended: characteristics and outcome
von Allan, R; Anderson, A; Law, J; Lindsay, W R; Quinn, K; Smith, A; Smith, A H W
In: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 48 (2004), 6, p. 580-590

...Background. There have been a few reports describing the characteristics and outcomes of male offenders with intellectual disability (ID). Therefore, while we are building up a reasonable picture of t...

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for recurring depression in older people: A qualitative study
von Smith, A; Graham, L; Senthinathan, S
In: Aging & Mental Health, 11 (2007), 3, p. 346-357
Zitiert von: 1

...Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is a meditation-based intervention designed to reduce recurrence in people with histories of relapsing unipolar major depression. MBCT is an eight-session co...

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