The research seeks to identify the potential role of drug use in increasing risk of sexual violence among young adult opioid users in NYC, and to identify the specific social and contextual factors surrounding this group’s experiences of sexual violence.
New York University College of Nursing’s (NYUCN) Oral Health Nursing Education and Practice (OHNEP) Program announces the launch of an Interprofessional Oral Health Faculty Toolkit, an innovative web-based open source product intended to facilitate integration of oral-systemic health content and clinical competencies into nurse practitioner (NP) and midwifery (MW) curricula.
The survey found that the majority of high school seniors were in favor of more liberal marijuana policies, with 33% responding that marijuana should be entirely legal, and 28.5% answering it should be treated as a minor violation. Of those remaining, 25.6% felt that it should be a crime and 12.9% were unsure. With regard to who should be able to purchase marijuana (if legal), 29.2% said no one, 48.0% felt only adults should be able to purchase; 10.4% felt anyone should be able to purchase and 12.4% were unsure.
Current qualitative studies on eating behavior do a poor job at differentiating Latino populations by country of origin
For the African American and Latino/Hispanic population, peer-recruitment was found to be nearly twice as effective as in-clinic recruitment for locating and engaging this vulnerable population
Researchers found that ten percent of non-lifetime marijuana users surveyed reported that they would try marijuana if legal.
The results indicate that Accountable Care Organizations could be spending health care dollars more wisely, thus sharing in the savings it achieves for the Medicare program.
Does Physician Verbal Abuse Create a Bad Working Environment—Or The Reverse? Study finds negative work environment characteristics are associated with more physician verbal abuse as well as nurse abuse.
Most corporate and contract rates are negotiated during September through December, but based upon preliminary discussions, it is clear that there are very different buyer and seller expectations. Corporate and contract rates represent almost 20 percent of occupied room nights and almost 30 percent of U.S. lodging industry revenue. The difference between buyer and seller expectations for corporate and contract rates for 2012 is as far apart as ever before – even more than last year.