Lorraine Buis is principal investigator of a one-year randomized controlled trial that aims to address uncontrolled hypertension with a multi-component mobile application called MI-BP, paired with home blood pressure cuff.
Surveys have shown that as many as 48 percent of cancer patients turn to diet change during the course of their treatment and remission. A new paper in Oncology evaluates the alignment of popular diets with American Cancer Society and American Institute for Cancer Research’s dietary guidelines.
In the long term, lead author Golfo Tzilos Wernette is designing behavior change interventions that address the unique situations of pregnant adolescents who engage in risky behaviors like marijuana use.
The APA recently announced the Top 10 articles published in its collection of 89 journals in 2018. At the top of their list is a groundbreaking methodological review, co-authored by John Creswell, on journal article reporting standards for qualitative research in psychology.
As a former member of the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force, Dr. Harper played a key role in recent updates to their cervical cancer screening recommendations. She was interviewed by the Institute for Health Policy and Innovation (IHPI) at the University of Michigan on the landscape of research and clinical recommendations for human
Cotinine testing to screen for smoking is not standard clinical practice. But could it be a gateway to quitting? Or could it alienate vulnerable patients--like low income pregnant women--and risk damaging doctor-patient communication? Answers emerge from interview and focus group research, led by Katherine Gold.
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month ( NDEAM ). Marking this month, several U-M Family Medicine faculty members will be leading online and in-person discussions on disability access in the health sciences and medical professions.