5 edition of Research strategies for clinicians found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Bradi B. Granger, Marianne Chulay.|
|LC Classifications||RT81.5 .G73 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||98041363|
This book suggests strategies for promoting and strengthening research on evidence-based psychological practice with ethnic minority clients and highlights effective and culturally competent treatment programs. Research has shown an association between a high caseload of trauma victims and an increased risk of symptoms of vicarious trauma. Managers can use one-on-one supervision to provide support for challenging cases and manage caseload, ensuring a balance of volume and complexity of trauma patients for each clinician. Supervisors can also.
Exercise-Based Interventions for People with Mental Illness: A Clinical Guide to Physical Activity as Part of Treatment provides clinicians with detailed, practical strategies for developing, implementing and evaluating physical activity-based interventions for people with mental illness. The book covers exercise strategies specifically. Background. Clinical pharmacists’ routine task is carrying out pharmaceutical care to ensure patients' safe and reasonable medication use. However, under public health emergencies, such as the outbreak of COVID, the work strategies of clinical pharmacists need to be modified according to the rapid spread of the disease, where information and resources are usually lack to guide them.
Reopened PCORI Funding Announcement (PFA) Research Initiative Highlights. The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) seeks to fund randomized clinical trials (RCTs) that compare two or more alternative clinical strategies for reducing/eliminating opioid use while managing pain or strategies used to limit dose escalation. Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. AHRQ provides tools for clinicians to help screen and treat behavioral and mental health conditions in primary care settings.
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This brand new book takes a pragmatic approach to nursing research, providing theory plus practical suggestions on how to carry out research when employed in a clinical facility.
Designed in a text/workbook format to encourage "hand on" use, the book is a useful supplement to any introductory nursing research text or graduate nursing research by: With this need in mind, The Oxford Handbook of Research Strategies for Clinical Psychology has recruited some of the field's foremost experts to explicate the essential research strategies currently used across the modern clinical psychology landscape that maximize both precision and significance.
Chapters in this volume address design, measurement, and analytic strategies for clinical psychology. This brand new book takes a pragmatic approach to nursing research, providing theory plus practical suggestions on how to carry out research when employed in a clinical facility.
Designed in a text/workbook format to encourage "hand on" use, the book is a useful supplement to any introductory nursing research text or graduate nursing research course. I have been using Kazdin's single-case research design book for this course since I started teaching it in Fall I would rate the book a 9 on a ten-point scale for satisfaction.
Kazdin's book has a lot of strengths. Its contents are comprehensive and its writing is clear and by: The second edition of Eliciting Sounds: Techniques and Strategies for Clinicians is a quick, easy-to-use compendium of techniques for immediately evoking any phoneme targeted for remediation.
This new edition of our classic resource continues to provide the most clinically relevant information in a compact, accessible by: Abstract. Clinical research has resulted in significant benefits for society, yet continues to pose profound ethical questions.
This chapter briefly describes: five overlapping but distinct eras reflecting the history of clinical research ethics; codes of research ethics; and seven ethical principles that guide clinical research ethics and particular ethical challenges in randomized controlled. Eliciting Sounds: Techniques and Strategies for Clinicians is a quick, easy-to-use compendium of techniques for immediately evoking any phoneme targeted for remediation.
This new edition of the classic resource continues to provide the most clinically relevant information in a compact, accessible s: The objective of implementation science is to incorporate new findings into clinical practice. On average it takes 17 years to convert just 14 percent of original research into benefits for patients, said David Chambers, deputy director for implementation science at the National Cancer Institute (Balas and Boren, ).
Furthermore, the 17 years does not include how long it takes to develop. Change your profile picture to this graphic to show your support for clinicians during the COVID crisis. You can also use these sample tweets and graphics to share the strategies and resources across your networks.
Tweet This. Before #COVID19, many clinicians faced burnout, stress, anxiety, depression, substance abuse & suicidality. Very detailed health information about participants is collected during clinical trials. A number of different stakeholders would typically have access to individual-level participant data (IPD), including the study sites, the sponsor of the study, statisticians, Institutional Review Boards (IRBs), and regulators.
By IPD we mean individual-level data on trial participants, which is more than. Despite a well-established regulatory norm of separating clinical care from research to protect patients, when these lines become blurred, ethical challenges arise.
14,15 This paper reviews the available tools, strategies, and roles needed for conducting clinical research involving communications with personally owned technology, using text.
Research Strategy—a description of the rationale for your research and your experiments in 12 pages for an R In your Specific Aims, you note the significance and innovation of your research; then list your two to three concrete objectives, your aims.
This book thoughtfully engages key issues and provides clinicians with up-to-date resources and strategies for building this core skill.” — Willoughby Britton, PhD, assistant professor of research in the department of psychiatry and human behavior at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
The strategies presented apply to many types of patients, in many settings. With original research, detailed procedures, and concise syntheses of the large amount of research available, this book is a vital source for both seasoned DBT clinicians and those seeking to introduce elements of DBT in their clinical practice.
The AHS Strategy for Clinical Health Research, Innovation, and Analytics guides our efforts to sustain safe, high-quality healthcare delivery for the benefit of all Albertans. This strategy builds on previous work in the area and affirms the importance and value of generating and using evidence and adopting innovation to improve care.
This is the first book to set out a full range of research strategies for evaluating the clinical practice of acupuncture. Leading acupuncturists and researchers with international reputations share their expertise.
They illustrate their descriptions with practical examples of what has worked and what has not. Strategies To Increase Reach Versus Multicomponent Strategies. Seven trials tested dissemination strategies to affect clinician behavior by increasing reach against multicomponent strategy ().
85, 95, 97,Four trials were trial compared multicomponent approaches that involved some type of educational component and written or in-person reminders or decisions. The clinical interview is 40% assessment, 40% therapy, 25% relational, and 20% technical.
What I’m trying to say (other than I wasn’t a math major) is that, as the headwaters from which all counseling and psychotherapy flow, the clinical interview is a flexible tool that many researchers and practitioners use to achieve many different goals.
Specific strategies are provided with clinical, real-life, and cross-cultural case examples used ing both theory and practical suggestions for understanding and treating romantic jealousy from individual and couples therapeutic approaches, JEALOUSY is an invaluable resource for clinicians and researchers in psychology 5/5(1).
A strategy that has been used is to develop peer support for nurses in the clinical setting by establishing partnerships between clinical and research nursing staff (2, 7). Incorporating language related to nursing research into job descriptions at each level of the clinical ladder is a process approach that would encourage nursing personnel to.
Premature client termination is a problem for both beginning and experienced clinicians. The objective of this book is to offer an understanding of why it happens and when it happens most frequently, as well as provide strategies supported by empirical data that meaningfully reduce the .Research shows that 20 percent of clients end therapy prematurely.
In a new APA book, Joshua K. Swift and Roger P. Greenberg offer eight strategies that clinicians can use to reduce dropout rates. By Jamie Chamberlin.
Monitor Staff AprilNo. 4. Print version: page Engagement Strategies for the Clinical Setting. Health IT data shows that when it comes to increasing patient engagement, it is important for providers to focus on connecting with patients at critical touch points of the care delivery worklow.
This clinical ofice map illustrates key patient touch points and engagement strategies.