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AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

 

April 2014

Volume 97, Number 4

 
 
cover

Complete issue

Archives

About RIMJ

For Authors
Contributors
Letters to the Editor

For Advertisers

Editor-in-Chief
Joseph H. Friedman, MD

Associate Editor
Sun Ho Ahn, MD

Editor Emeritus
Stanley M. Aronson, MD

Managing Editor
Mary Korr

Graphic Designer
Marianne Migliori

     

 

CONTRIBUTIONS

13

The Kent Hospital Wound Recovery and Hyperbaric Medicine Center: A Brief Overview, 1998–2013
Lisa J. Gould, MD, PhD; Catherine DeCiantis, RN, CHRN; Ronald P. Zinno, MD; George A. Perdrizet, MD, PhD

19

Successes and Challenges to Implementing an Early Childhood Supplemental Feeding Program in Rural Honduras: A Qualitative Study
Haran Mennillo; Fadya El Rayess, MD, MPH

24

Post-Traumatic Raynaud’s Phenomenon Following Volar Plate Injury
Yosef G. Chodakiewitz, BA, MD’15; Alan H. Daniels, MD; Robin N. Kamal, MD; Arnold-Peter C. Weiss, MD

27

Parents’ Vaccine Beliefs: A Study of Experiences and Attitudes among Parents of Children in Private Pre-Schools
Catherine Rogers

31

Quality of Internet Health Information on Thumb Carpometacarpal Joint Arthritis
Robin N. Kamal, MD; Gabrielle M. Paci, MD; Alan H. Daniels, MD; Michelle Gosselin, MD; Michael J. Rainbow, PhD; Arnold-Peter C. Weiss, MD

 

PUBLIC HEALTH

36

Health Risk Profile of Rhode Island’s Working Poor
Tara Cooper, MPH; Yongwen Jiang, PhD; Bruce Cryan, MBA, MS; Samara Viner-Brown, MS

40

Vital Statistics
Colleen A. Fontana, State Registrar

 

IN THE NEWS
(complete 10-page section)

44

Butler Hospital announces The Aronson Chair for Neurodegenerative Disorders

44

CVI introduces implantable cardiac defibrillator to state

45

Magaziner on healthcare reform: lower administrative costs, empower physicians, providers

47

Rhode Island Hospital launches country’s first Google Glass study in emergency department

47

Lifespan creates Clinical Research Center

48

RI healthcare providers reach Direct Messaging milestone

49

DOH issues emergency regulations on expanding use of Narcan to prevent opioid overdose deaths

49

NIH renews Miriam grant for AIDS clinical trials group

49

RWMC certified by Joint Commission for hip, knee replacements

 

Research:

51

Dr. Padbury receives March Of Dimes prematurity research initiative grant

51

Drs. Allen, Gottlieb publish research on prevalence of reproductive coercion

52

Article by Dr. Anderson focuses on Group A Strep infection in pregnancy

52

Dr. Dudley’s research investigates cancer drug to lower risk of sudden cardiac death

52

Bradley Hasbro Children’s Research Center receives $3.4M grant to study risk behaviors of juvenile offenders

53

Dr. Rouse, maternal-fetal medicine specialist, co-authors Obstetric Care Consensus

53

Hasbro study finds text-messaging program good option for keeping teen girls healthy

 

COMMENTARY
(7-page section)

7

An Up-Front Guide to Getting
Promoted: Slow and Steady
JOSEPH H. FRIEDMAN, MD

10

By the Sweat of Your Brow
STANLEY M. ARONSON, MD

 

RIMS NEWS
(3-page section)

41

RIMS at the AMA National
Advocacy Conference

 

CME: Eleventh Hour Education Event

42

Why You Should Join RIMS

 

SPOTLIGHT

54

Jordan Sack, MD’14:
His early struggles with deafness and those who inspired him to help others

MARY KORR

 

PEOPLE
(4-page section)

57

Appointments
Obituary

 

PHYSICIAN'S LEXICON, HERITAGE
(4-page section)

61

The Manifold Directions of Medicine
STANLEY M. ARONSON, MD

63

Timeless Advice to Doctors:
You Must Relax
MARY KORR

 
 

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