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Self-reported physical health associations of traumatic events in medical and dental outpatients: a cross-sectional study.
(Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2015-05)
The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to understand the prevalence and severity of health-related sequelae of traumatic exposure in a nonpsychiatric, outpatient sample.Self-report surveys were completed by patients ...
Topical refrigerant spray for pediatric venipuncture for outpatient surgery
Anxiety in the pediatric patient population is a problem for outpatient anesthesia because of poor patient compliance during the initiation of the anesthetic technique. A variety of techniques have been used in the outpatient ...
Trauma Informed Care in Medical Settings: A Pilot Study of Female Patient Perspectives on Coping, Screening and Fostering Resilience
Traumatic events such as sexual assault, interpersonal violence and community violence are common in the United States population and are often associated with negative health effects. Many healthcare settings have attempted ...
Patients' Perceptions of Dehumanization of Patients in Dental School Settings: Implications for Clinic Management and Curriculum Planning.
(American Dental Education Association, 2015-10)
Although the importance of empathy, rapport, and anxiety/pain awareness in dentist-patient relations has been well documented, these factors continue to be an issue with patients in many dental school clinics. The aim of ...