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Corporate health promotion and the post industrial society: A futures study in health forecasting
The researcher explored, through the means of social forecasting, alternative futures for the delivery of health promotion services in the corporate setting. Three alternative forecasts were developed from a three stage ...
Mexican American folk medicine: A descriptive study of the different curanderismo techniques practiced by curanderos or curanderas and used by patients in the Laredo, Texas area
Study of different Curanderismo techniques practiced by curanderos and beliefs and practices of patients of Curanderismo was conducted in the Laredo, Texas area. Twenty-five curanderos and 100 patients of Curanderismo ...
A study of drug knowledge, non-medical drug use, and attitudes toward legalization of illicit drugs of American and Nigerian students residing in Texas
Subjects were males and females attending North Texas State University and Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas. Thirty American students were compared to 30 Nigerian students whose ages ranged from 17 to 42 years. ...
Effects of sociodemographic variables on cancer attitudes and knowledge
6985 males and females, 18 years and older, were surveyed using a mailed questionnaire to determine attitudes toward the nature of cancer, awareness of and attitudes toward the utilization of free or low cost cancer detection ...
Relationships between job satisfaction and the perceived professional image of medical record administration
Members of four health care disciplines (medical record administration, nursing, physical therapy and radiology) participated in a study designed to assess their perceptions of the professional image of medical record ...