Access to Care of Adults with Chronic Illness
Dr. Constance F. Mullinix, PhD, MBA, MPH, RN
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Variations in Utilization of Clinical Preventive Services in Older Adults with Near Universal Health Coverage Bibb, Sandra C. (2012-9-12)Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationships between potential access (characteristics of the delivery system and population at risk) and realized access (utilization of clinical preventive services ...
Tiberg, MaryA significant current challenge in health care today is meeting the needs of a population that has chronic disease, especially for those that have a health condition with a life threatening long -term outcome (Falkenstern, ...
Awareness of increased risk for heart disease and cardiovascular risk factors in women with systemic lupus erythematosus Weinstein, Patricia CatherineWomen with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) develop cardiovascular disease (CVD) earlier and at a more accelerated rate compared to women without SLE. Many women with SLE are unaware of their increased risk despite years ...
Chronic Disease Prevention: African Americans Who Live in Food Desert Using Access, Training, Education (ATE) Leonard, Regina (2018-07-03)A discussion on the behavioral intervention which set out to modify diets and educate on preventable chronic diseases for the low-income African Americans who reside Washington, DC's largest food desert.
Sawyer, Regina (2016-10-20)Chronic diseases are currently the leading cause of preventable death and disability worldwide. Clinical prevention disease-specific interventions designed with a population health management approach offer solutions. ...