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Barriers to adherence to preventive services reminder letters: the patient's perspective.
Ornstein SM, Musham C, Reid A, Jenkins RG, Zemp LD, Garr DR. Ornstein SM, et al. Among authors: reid a. J Fam Pract. 1993 Feb;36(2):195-200. J Fam Pract. 1993. PMID: 8426139
BACKGROUND: Despite an emerging consensus as to which preventive services are appropriate, a minority of patients receive them. ...The participants stressed the importance of distinguishing the reminder letter from a bill, conveying a personally relevant mess …
BACKGROUND: Despite an emerging consensus as to which preventive services are appropriate, a minority of patients receive them. ...Th …
The primary care research fellowship: an early assessment.
Curtis P, Reid A, Newton W. Curtis P, et al. Among authors: reid a. Fam Med. 1992 Nov-Dec;24(8):586-90. Fam Med. 1992. PMID: 1426726
Fellows with at least one year of training completed a mailed questionnaire that included both structured and open-ended items. ...Nine offered degree programs; six offered a third year of study. Twenty-seven of 32 eligible fellows returned the survey. They reported …
Fellows with at least one year of training completed a mailed questionnaire that included both structured and open-ended items. ...Ni …
Outcomes of a faculty development fellowship in family medicine.
McGaghie WC, Bogdewic S, Reid A, Arndt JE, Stritter FT, Frey JJ. McGaghie WC, et al. Among authors: reid a. Fam Med. 1990 May-Jun;22(3):196-200. Fam Med. 1990. PMID: 2347447
This report describes a comparative evaluation of outcomes of a faculty development fellowship program in family medicine at the University of North Carolina. ...Program participation was also associated with higher rankings being given to research and teaching resi …
This report describes a comparative evaluation of outcomes of a faculty development fellowship program in family medicine at t …
Improving a preventive services reminder system using feedback from focus groups.
Ornstein SM, Musham C, Reid AO, Garr DR, Jenkins RG, Zemp LD. Ornstein SM, et al. Among authors: reid ao. Arch Fam Med. 1994 Sep;3(9):801-6. doi: 10.1001/archfami.3.9.801. Arch Fam Med. 1994. PMID: 7987515
OBJECTIVE: To improve the computer-generated preventive services patient reminder letter used by a department of family medicine at a medical university in South Carolina. ...RESULTS: The revised patient reminder materials resulted in a warmer, more personal …
OBJECTIVE: To improve the computer-generated preventive services patient reminder letter used by a department of family medicine at …
Consent form readability in university-sponsored research.
Goldstein AO, Frasier P, Curtis P, Reid A, Kreher NE. Goldstein AO, et al. Among authors: reid a. J Fam Pract. 1996 Jun;42(6):606-11. J Fam Pract. 1996. PMID: 8656172
RESULTS: The average reading level of all consent forms was high: 12.2, which corresponds roughly to a 12th-grade reading level. Less than 10% of all consent forms were written at a 10th grade reading level or below. Thirty-two percent of all consent forms had no ev …
RESULTS: The average reading level of all consent forms was high: 12.2, which corresponds roughly to a 12th-grade reading level. Less …
Developments on the Internet: a practical guide for primary care physicians.
Steiner BD, Reid A, Smucker DR. Steiner BD, et al. Among authors: reid a. Fam Med. 1996 Feb;28(2):128-33. Fam Med. 1996. PMID: 8932494
Recent developments have made the Internet a helpful professional resource for primary care practitioners. The introduction of the World Wide Web has overcome many of the barriers that previously made it difficult to access useful information on the Internet. ...This artic …
Recent developments have made the Internet a helpful professional resource for primary care practitioners. The introduction of the Wo …
Collegial networking and faculty vitality.
Woods SE, Reid A, Arndt JE, Curtis P, Stritter FT. Woods SE, et al. Among authors: reid a. Fam Med. 1997 Jan;29(1):45-9. Fam Med. 1997. PMID: 9007561
METHODS: A questionnaire was mailed to 170 family physician graduates of the 1980-1992 fellowship classes. After a mail and telephone follow-up, the response rate was 85%. ...
METHODS: A questionnaire was mailed to 170 family physician graduates of the 1980-1992 fellowship classes. After a mail and te …
Assessment of faculty development program outcomes.
Reid A, Stritter FT, Arndt JE. Reid A, et al. Fam Med. 1997 Apr;29(4):242-7. Fam Med. 1997. PMID: 9110158 Review.
Teaching evidence-based medicine skills: an exploratory study of residency graduates' practice habits.
Yew KS, Reid A. Yew KS, et al. Among authors: reid a. Fam Med. 2008 Jan;40(1):24-31. Fam Med. 2008. PMID: 18172795
This study explores long-term behaviors and learner satisfaction after a 3-year longitudinal CA/EBM curriculum. METHODS: Telephone interviews were conducted with 1996-1998 graduates of an academic family medicine residency program with an established CA/EBM curriculum. ...
This study explores long-term behaviors and learner satisfaction after a 3-year longitudinal CA/EBM curriculum. METHODS: Telephone in …
WellBabies: mothers' perspectives on an innovative model of group well-child care.
Page C, Reid A, Hoagland E, Leonard SB. Page C, et al. Among authors: reid a. Fam Med. 2010 Mar;42(3):202-7. Fam Med. 2010. PMID: 20204896
Here we describe a model for infant well-child visits, WellBabies, along with participating mothers' perspectives and comparisons of quality outcomes. ...One participant expressed concern about lack of individual time with a provider. Quality outcomes were similar t …
Here we describe a model for infant well-child visits, WellBabies, along with participating mothers' perspectives and comparisons of …
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