VIVO @ East Carolina University
VIVO @ East Carolina University
North Carolina Medical Journal
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publication venue for
Translating Medical Guidelines Into Practice
Oral Health in North Carolina: Relationship With General Health and Behavioral Risk Factors
Prehospital care of traumatic brain injury in North Carolina
Traumatic brain injury among North Carolina's veterans
Telebehavioral health: clinical applications, benefits, technology needs, and setup
A cross-sectional study of stressors among farmers in Eastern North Carolina
Meeting North Carolina's health care needs through interprofessional education and practice
Shaping oral health care in North Carolina with East Carolina University's community service learning centers
Cancer in a 29-county area in eastern North Carolina: an opportunity to reduce health inequities.
Premature mortality in North Carolina: progress, regress, and disparities by county and race, 2000-2010.
The perinatal quality collaborative of North Carolina's 39 weeks project: a quality improvement program to decrease elective deliveries before 39 weeks of gestation.
Epigenetic considerations in medicine.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: epidemiology, management, and impact on North Carolina.
Prevention and control of influenza: no easy task.
Surveillance of injuries in Eastern North Carolina following Hurricane Irene using emergency department data
The relation of race and type of health insurance to long-term risk of mortality among lung cancer patients in rural Eastern North Carolina.
Implications of the new lead screening recommendations in North Carolina.
School-based obesity treatment: the MATCH program.
Poverty and health: focus on North Carolina
Physicians and advanced practice registered nurses: working together as a team.
Reasons for tanning bed use: a survey of community college students in North Carolina.
The East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine's approach to dental workforce education and reaching underserved areas
Injury and death on the farm: improving prevention through improved surveillance.
North Carolina's preparedness to respond to on-farm emergencies.
Use of integrated care delivery to improve the quality of diabetes management among African Americans.
Use of telepsychiatry to improve care for people with mental illness in rural North Carolina
Attitudes toward smoking restrictions in work sites, restaurants, and bars among North Carolinians.
Is fatality-free travel on North Carolina's streets and highways feasible? It's time to think the unthinkable.
Significance of aflatoxins in rural and global health: concern for agricultural workers.
The problems no one wants to see: mental illness and substance abuse among women of reproductive age in North Carolina.
Anita Harrison, RN, CCNC Case Manager.
. 70:194- 196.
Building primary care medical homes within the community care of North Carolina program.
Perceptions vs. reality: measuring of pleural fluid pH in North Carolina.
Disparities in motor vehicle crash fatalities of young drivers in North Carolina.
The role of nephrologists in coordinating care with primary care practitioners.
Electronic records in health care.
Governor's initiative to improve health care: taking measure of medical care in North Carolina.
Training health care personnel to work with health care data.
Field hypotension in patients who arrive at the hospital normotensive: a marker of severe injury or crying wolf?
Awareness of the bicycle helmet law in North Carolina.
Research and evaluation in out-of-hospital emergency medical services.
Skin problems related to the occupation of commercial fishing in North Carolina.
Improving oral health in North Carolina: exploring the potential of a new School of Dentistry at East Carolina University
Community care of North Carolina: saving state money and improving patient care.
The benefits of a North Carolina policy for determining inappropriate or futile medical care.
Data and information requirements for healthcare performance monitoring and improvement.
Evidence-based medicine: ready for prime time? New and better.
Influenza vaccination of healthcare workers: institutional strategies for improving rates.
Quality of care and performance improvement: an important new emphasis whose time has come.
Childhood obesity, a modern plague. A gray-haired pediatrician's perspective.
The case for increasing North Carolina's cigarette excise tax
Primary care for children with brain injury.
A breathless, bloated young man. Superior vena cava syndrome.
Health and social problems of a primary care clinic population after a disaster. The Hurricane Floyd flood.
Primary care in eastern North Carolina. Past, present, and challenging future.
. 62 Suppl:S26-30.
Surgical services in eastern North Carolina. A story of continuing evolution
. 62 Suppl:S31-37.
The challenge of eliminating health disparities in North Carolina.
A seizure in the tobacco field. Green tobacco sickness.
Hurricane Floyd. Response of the Pitt County Medical Community.
Lethal domestic violence in eastern North Carolina.
Public health, safety, and financial problems posed by domestic violence (DV)
Rural Eastern Carolina Health (REACH). A model community health improvement program
Domestic violence: report card revisited.
Professionalism. The medical ethic versus the business ethic.
Isolated extremity soft tissue injury. An occupational hazard in rural eastern North Carolina
Medical school's role in roundtable discussion.
Not in my practice. A look at the pervasive consequences of domestic violence
Resident knowledge of designations for medically underserved areas.
Primary care physicians for North Carolina. How many are needed? Where will they come from? Can the need be met?
Can physicians deny treatment based on fear of AIDS infection?
The reinvention of traditional medicine in western North Carolina.
Fingerstick detection of hypoglycemia can prevent dangerous doses of dextrose.
The red imported fire ant (Solenopsis invicta). A problem in North Carolina.
Carolina Doctors Care IPO.
Occupational risk for HIV infection
Psychiatric aspects of AIDS for the non-psychiatrist
Cancer control and community physicians in North Carolina.
The coastal plains region neonatal follow-up program: preliminary results
Infant care study
The Regional Medical Program and the Division of Education and Research in community medical care.