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March 2016

Volume 99, Number 3

 
 

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

Managing Editor
Mary Korr

Graphic Designer
Marianne Migliori

Advertising
Steve DeToy, Sarah Stevens

     

 

16-page Special Section
INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE
Guest Editors
Elizabeth Ko, MD; Fred J. Schiffman, MD

 

15

Introduction to the Principles of Integrative Medicine (IM)
Elizabeth Ko, MD; Fred J. Schiffman, MD

16

Making Whole: Applying the Principles of Integrative Medicine to Medical Education
Grace Chow, MD; Kevin T. Liou, MD; Robert C. Heffron, MD

20

Yoga for Depression and Anxiety: A review of published research and implications for healthcare providers
Lisa A. Uebelacker, PhD; Monica K. Broughton, BA

23

Teaching Doctors-in-Training About Nutrition: Where Are We Going in 2016?
Allison L. Crawford, MD; Karen E. Aspry, MD, MS

26

On Patients, Bonsai, and Orangutans: The Value of Mindfulness in the Practice of Medicine
Elizabeth Toll, MD; Joshua Orabone, MD, MPH

 

CONTRIBUTIONS

29

Child Passenger Safety Training for Pediatric Interns: Does it Work?
Dina Morrissey, MD, MPH, FAAP, CPSTI; Alison Riese, MD, MPH; Pina Violano, PhD, MSPH, RN-BC, CCRN, CPS-T; Garry Lapidus, PA-C, MP ; Janette Baird, PhD; Michael J. Mello, MD, MPH, FACEP

33

Concordance between Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time and Antifactor Xa Assay for Monitoring Unfractionated Heparin in Hospitalized Hyperbilirubinemic Patients
Leana Mahmoud, PharmD; Andrew R. Zullo, PharmD, ScM; Donald McKaig, RPh; Christine M. Berard-Collins, RPh, MBA

 

CASE REPORT

38

An Atypical Presentation of a Small Bowel Obstruction
in a Young Woman with a Congenital Omental Defect

Xiao C. Zhang, MD, MS; Thomas Haronian, MD

 

PUBLIC HEALTH

41

Health by Numbers
The Rhode Island Special Needs Emergency Registry – An Opportunity for Expanding the Healthcare Provider’s Role in Health Equity
James C. Rajotte, MS; Akshar Patel, MPH; James Coyne, MS; Brittan Bates-Manni, MS

45

Vital Statistics
Roseann Giorgianni, State Registrar

 

COMMENTARY

8

Checklists: You documented it, but did you do it?
JOSEPH H. FRIEDMAN, MD

 

POINT OF VIEW

11

American College of Emergency Physicians takes issue with report from new HealthFacts RI database

 

WE ARE READ EVERYWHERE
RIMJ readers' photos

13

Taj Mahal, Agra, India;
Washington, DC

 

RIMS NEWS
(5-page section)

47

Working for You

49

Why You Should Join RIMS

 

PEOPLE
(5-page section)

59

Appointments
Recognition
Obituaries

 

HERITAGE

64

1916: RI doctors mobilized
on Mexican border in hunt
for Pancho Villa

Mary Korr

 

IN THE NEWS
(complete 5-page section)

52

Care New England creates first outpatient palliative care site at the Program In Women’s Oncology at Women & Infants

 

Paul DiSilvestro, MD, helps uncover more inherited genetic mutations linked to ovarian cancer

54

Providence VA one of 7 centers to offer new Hospital-in-Home program

 

CharterCARE opens new outpatient Integrated Behavioral Health Center

56

Women & Infants’ researchers publish on connection between anal cancer, HPV

 

Justin M. Nash, PhD, awarded funding for integrated behavioral health program at Memorial

 
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