Title for MeetingAbstracts
Alphabetical listing of titles
Patient, Unit, and Organizational Characteristics and Hospital Safety Outcomes.
Patient-Based Measurement of the Outcomes of Treatment for Early Prostate Cancer: Responsive Measures of Symptoms and Related Distress.
Patient-centered approaches to adherence to highly-active antiretroviral therapy in resource poor settings.
Patient-controlled analgesia versus nurse-controlled analgesia for cardiac surgery: a meta-analysis of randomized trials.
Patient-doctor partnership: what is the doctors' view?
Patient-initiated research; Jeff Getty, Project Inform & the baboon bone marrow transplant.
Patient-Physician Colorectal Cancer Discussions in Primary Care.
Patient-physician-relationship affects compliance in patients with antiretroviral medication: An initial study.
Patient-provider communications around HIV testing: problems in transferring international guidelines to a local setting.
Patient-Provider Communications Regarding Self-Care Management During Medical Encounters: A Contextual Assessment Framework.
Patient-provider Racial and Ethnic Concordance and the Primary Care Experiences of Children.
Patient-reported health status: is it an independent predictor of health outcomes following bypass surgery?.
Patient-reported indicators of the quality of outpatient care for HIV/AIDS.
Patient-reported outcomes of care for schizophrenia and major depression.
Patient-to-Patient Transmission of ESBLs in Tertiary Care ICUs as Detected by Multi Locus Sequence Typing (MLST).
Patient-to-patient transmission of HIV in NSW--the public response.
Patients and providers: Myths and misconceptions about Puerto Rican populations at risk and its potential impact on health care decisions and case management.
Patients as teachers: an integrated approach to teaching medical students about the ambulatory care of HIV infected patients.
Patients Blaming and Voicing: Consequences of Disrupted Trust in Physicians and Health Plans.
Patients declining highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART): who are they and why?
Patients explain why they quit medical follow-up : ethical research in a french clinical cohort of HIV-infected patients.
Patients Factors Associated with Overestimation of Adherence to Antiretroviral Drugs by Prescribing Physicians.
Patients harbouring both the multinucleoside analogue resistance mutation Q151M and the AZT resistance mutation T215Y/F carry these two mutations on different HIV-1 quasispecies.
Patients helping patients: mental health consumers as transitional aides.
Patients HIV testing in opinion of nurses from surgical wards.
Patients of Yamanite origin are at increased risk for severe Nevirapine rash.
Patients Perceptions of Safety in US Hospitals.
Patients prefer once-daily dosing of antiretroviral medication.
Patients prefer simplified and well tolerated antiretroviral regimens.
Patients prefer telepsychiatry to having to travel to face-to-face consultation or to be in a waiting list.