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Further development and evaluation of chronic illness models of integrated behavioral medicine in geriatric primary care settings is called for.
William Hartman, director of behavioral medicine at Pacific Medical Center's Weight Management program, estimates that 80 to 90 percent of the patients he counsels feel like they've been slighted or discriminated against by the medical profession.
A link was also provided for students to access the Behavioral Medicine and Primary Care forum (Behavior Online, http://forums.
is a clinical psychologist and Director of the Behavioral Medicine Clinic of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst Health Services.
During her 2 years of residency in veterinary behavioral medicine at Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine in College Station, she has diagnosed the disorder only once, in a female terrier.
Rona Smyth Henry, MBA, MPH is Associate Director of Partners in Caregiving: The Dementia Services Program, based in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC.
PhD, director of psychological services and behavioral medicine, the Homewood Hospital Center, Johns Hopkins Health System, Baltimore and Kenneth J.
Borgess has a one of a kind comprehensive behavioral medicine program that ranks number one in behavioral medicine admits in southwest Michigan.
Ownby for exemplifying excellence in research and scholarship, as well as his significant contributions to the fields of psychiatry and behavioral medicine," said Hanbury.
of the WVU Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry, said.
Alphabetical entries address specific lifestyle behaviors and their effects related to aging, from Alzheimer's disease to elder abuse to water exercise; behavioral medicine, such as eating disorders, biofeedback, sleep, pain, and religion; cardiovascular medicine, including acute coronary syndrome, sedentary lifestyle, and statins; chronic disease, disease prevention, and lifestyle behaviors, with entries on diseases such as cancer, diabetes, HIV, hypertension, headache, osteoarthritis, and irritable bowel syndrome; and concepts like complementary and alternative medicine, health literacy, immunology, stress, and traditional medical systems.
In this self-help workbook, behavioral medicine experts Carney (Sleep and Mood Disorder Program, Ryerson U.
The article was published in the Winter 2009 Behavioral Medicine.
MONTREAL -- Patients with chronic cardiopulmonary diseases are more likely to follow their doctors' recommendations if they leave the office feeling good about their efforts, rather than bad about their failures, according to new research in behavioral medicine.
Carney, professor of psychiatry and director of the Behavioral Medicine Center at Washington University, St.
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