1 edition of Coping with the biomedical literature explosion--a qualitative approach found in the catalog.
Coping with the biomedical literature explosion--a qualitative approach
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Working papers - The Rockefeller Foundation, Working papers (Rockefeller Foundation)|
|LC Classifications||R118.6 .C66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||78021464|
Coping with the biomedical literature explosion: a qualitative approach. New York: The Foundatin; p HIV+/AIDS: the facts and the future [videocassete]. St. Louis (MO): Mosby-Year Book; ou Jogos e brincadeiras aquáticas com material não-convecional submitted to biomedical journal. May [Capturado em 10 de out. ].4/5(2). An in‐depth qualitative study was conducted using thematic analysis to investigate the experiences of stigma in people with mental health problems. Methods Eligible participants were recruited through a local mental health charity in the North West of by: 7.
Saracevic, T. (). Health science libraries and information services for developing countries: Problems of quality. In: The Rockefeller Foundation, Coping with the biomedical literature explosion: A qualitative approach. Saracevic, T. (). literature around coping and support, coupled with native EPPI approach which has been used in other similar Assessing the quality of evidence from both qualitative and quantitative studies was challenging. Based on earlier approaches, including criteria developed by EPPI-centre, a set ofCited by:
qualitative researchers who have been conducting research consistent with the methods used in this article for over 10 years. CD is also an experienced qualitative researcher and worked with the HERG during the time of data collection. RL and DL have a Coping with stroke. Pavel Pevzner is Ronald R. Taylor Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, San Diego. He is the author of Computational Molecular Biology: An Algorithmic Approach (MIT Press, ).
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Coping with the biomedical literature explosion--a qualitative approach: a conference held Mayat the Rockefeller Archive Center, Pocantico Hills, New York. (Book, )  Get this from a library. Author(s): Rockefeller Foundation.
Title(s): Coping with the biomedical literature explosion: a qualitative approach: a conference held May. Coping with the Biomedical Literature Explosion: A Qualitative Approach, Working papers available from The Rockefeller Foundation, Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York ; and Scientific Information Systems and the Principle of Selectivity, by William Goffman and Kenneth S.
Warren, published by Praeger Publishers. Between the beginning and end of that century, the problems of dealing with the spread of literature appearing consequently grew rapidly.
The reactions of scientists to this included a move towards increasing specialisation in their research, and a higher level of Cited by: 1. "The Science Citation Index as quality information filter," Proceedings of the conference on Coping with Biomedical Literature Explosion: A Qualitative Approach.
May, NY, New York: The Rockefeller Foundation Working Papers, p, INTRODUCTION Publishers of scholarly journals and books rely on the library market. Current technological developments and economic trends in the processing of the information that has been traditionally recorded in such books and journals may affect both the library community and the publishing by: 1.
The qualitative approach used in the present study facilitated a greater understanding of the variables that are critical to refugees. Specifically, rather than examining how a range of. The context of coping: a qualitative exploration of psychology approaches for understanding coping, which underpin a more recent (Mosher et al.
Within the literature coping has been extensively discussed, mainly within the ﬁeld of health psychology (Folkman et by: 4. The use of grounded theory in studies of nurses and midwives’ coping processes: a systematic literature search 15 March | Contemporary Nurse, Vol.
51, No. Paediatric death and dying: exploring coping strategies of health professionals and perceptions of support provisionCited by: In our study of a random sample of oncologists, we found that physicians who embraced a broader perspective on the physician role, encompassing both biomedical as well as psychosocial aspects of care, tended to describe a clearer method of communication about EOL care, and reported a sense of empowerment to positively influence patient and family coping with and acceptance of the dying by: coping is an fnterface concept that mediates the relationship between persons and their environments.
AIDS and Gay Men AIDS. the acronym for the acquired immune deficiency syndrome. is a biomedical construct defined by the presence of opportunistic infections.
cancers. and/or neuropathies in an individual that indicates an hnmune systemAuthor: Dennis J. Haubrich. The fate of research manuscripts that are rejected from medical journals is of interest to authors, editors, and peer reviewers because of ongoing questions about the value of external review, the outcomes of unpublished research, and the attributes of authors and us investigations described the fate of manuscripts rejected from surgical, radiologic, and general medical Cited by: In a Flemish qualitative study, physicians reported more rational ways of coping with moral distress than their nursing colleagues; and, junior physicians didn't always feel confident enough to.
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So far, most research approaches either focus on technical, social, psychological or cultural aspects of coping, neglecting their interconnectedness. Critically and consistently reading a limited number of high-quality peer-reviewed journals as well as taking advantage of information available through computer networks and bibliographic and full-text databases is the best approach to coping with the volume of medical literature.
Translating this information into a change in attitude and modification of physician behavior Cited by: Ziman J. The paradoxical conventionality of the traditional scientific paper.
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