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  1. Adopting an observer perspective to recall trauma memories may function as a form of avoidance that maintains posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). We conducted a prospective study to analyze the relationship between memory vantage point and PTSD symptoms.
  2. From the HVPAA National Conference Ken Lee (Johns Hopkins University), Pam Johnson (Johns Hopkins University), Lisa Ishii (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine), Steven Frank (Johns Hopkins University), Michael Borowitz (Johns Hopkins University) Background Data is one of the key ingredients in driving higher value patient care. However, data alone cannot solve any problems.
  3. Technological advances have greatly enhanced the specialty of radiation oncology by allowing more healthy tissue to be spared for the same or better tumour coverage. Developments in medical imaging are integral to radiation oncology, both for design of treatment plans and to localise the target for precise administration of radiation. At planning, definition of the tumour and healthy tissue is.
  4. Whatever its merits, the conventional, problem-oriented medical record (POMR) is a pathology-oriented record that helps perpetuate a disease-focused, biomedical model of practice Patient-centered medicine requires a patient-centered medical record (PCMR), one that addresses the person and perspective of the patient as competently as it.
  5. Vantage Point is a political thriller as the president of the United States faces an assassination attempt in Spain. The movie covers the day of the event through the eyes of the secret service, the media, a Spanish policeman, and a tourist who witnessed the event hence the title vantage point as it goes through different views.
  6. Jul 23,  · In The Lancet Psychiatry, Lucy Livingston and colleagues1 amply demonstrate the rich potential of qualitative methods to provide insight into the life-worlds of patients and analysis of hitherto un(der)explored facets of mental and physical health conditions. The publication of their paper reflects increasing acknowledgment of the value of qualitative methods in medical research.
  7. Medical Imaging has been revised and updated to reflect the current role and responsibilities of the radiographer, a role that continues to extend as the 21st century progresses. This comprehensive book covers the full range of medical imaging methods/techniques which all students and professionals must understand, and discusses them related to imaging principles, radiation dose, patient.

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