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  1. The effects of a health education program on children's health knowledge and reactions to routine health care

    Contrasted to the rich body of literature on ill children in

  2. Teaching Undergraduate Students to Visualize and Communicate Public Health Data with Infographics

    The purpose of this study was to explore the degree to which an infographic assignment facilitated student learning around health science issues, as well as the ways in which the assignment was an effective...

  3. Oral Care & Asian and Pacific Islander Communities in Oregon

    This report attempts to describe the current knowledge of oral health care access within Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities in Oregon based on secondary data from the Oregon...

  4. A Brief Report on Predicting Self-Harm: Is It Gender or Abuse that Matters?

    Self-harm, which consists of non-suicidal self-injury and attempted suicide, is a public health problem that is not well understood. There is conflicting evidence on the role of gender in predicting self-harm....

  5. Prevention & wellness health demonstration project : summary for the Early Learning Council

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    This archived document is maintained by the Oregon State Library as part of the Oregon Documents Depository Program. It is for informational purposes and may not be suitable for legal purposes.

  6. Seeking primary care in Oregon : utilization of the emergency room services in a Salem hospital

    This thesis examines how changes made to the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) in 2003 impacts those now utilizing the emergency room (ER) for primary health care. This thesis also examines how these changes impact...

  7. Collaboration Strategies in Non-Traditional CBPR Partnerships: Lessons from an Academic-Community Partnership with Autistic...

    Background: Most community-based participatory research (CBPR) projects involve local communities defined by race, ethnicity, geography, or occupation. Autistic self-advocates, a geographically dispersed...

  8. Risky Behavior: Perceived Risk of Infectious Disease in Youth Entering Alcohol/Drug Treatment

    Upon entering a residential drug and alcohol treatment, typically clients are directed to complete a risk assessment form. Risk assessment forms are anonymous, self-reported questionnaires that inquire about...

  9. Carlton, OR: Economic and Demographic Profile

    The Carlton Post Office was founded in 1874 along the railroad stretching from Portland to the unincorporated settlement known as St. Joe’s. According to local lore, a Mr. Wilson Carl traveled to the big city...

  10. Caregiver Depression and Social Support in Families with Children with Autism

    Parents of young children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) often report heightened levels of parental distress. An increasing amount of attention is being directed to parental mental health and addressing...

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