According to a new study, co-authored by Timothy C. Guetterman, Ph.D, any asylum cases tied to trauma could be strengthened by medical and psychological evaluations, lawyers say. But not enough doctors provide or are trained to do them.
A recent study, led by Dr. Caroline Richardson, compares the effectiveness of three low-cost walking programs. The three-arm, multisite study found that Web-enhanced pedometers were most effective for weight loss, compared with traditional logbook and simple pedometer walking interventions.
Dr. Wu's plenary session was, perhaps, the most well-attended at the North American Forum on Family Planning conference. Dr. Wu's brother and GLBTQ rights lawyer, Janson Wu, made a special appearance, along with with Dr. Sarah Pickle, Dr. Michelle Forcier, and transgender health advocate Rafi Daugherty.
A recent publication by Timothy Guetterman, PHD, assistant professor, evaluates the first mixed methods training program for the health sciences, a project partnership between the University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins University, and Harvard University.
Several faculty members from our research division present at the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) annual meeting this week. NAPCRG is the premier event for primary care researchers from around the world.