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Harm reduction behaviors are associated with carrying naloxone among patients on methadone treatment (Springer Nature, 2023-02-14)Despite the widespread availability of naloxone, US opioid overdose rates continue to rise. The “Cascade of Care” (CoC) is a public health approach that identifies steps in achieving specific outcomes and has been used to ...
Understanding work-related travel and its relation to malaria occurrence in Thailand using geospatial maximum entropy modelling (Springer Nature, 2023-02-13)Estimating malaria risk associated with work locations and travel across a region provides local health officials with information useful to mitigate possible transmission paths of malaria as well as understand the risk ...
Report on the Organizational Climates of Congress (2019-10-24)The aim of this study is to gain a better understanding of Congress by attending to how the people who serve in the institution perceive Congress’ procedures, norms and expectations for their behavior. What are the “unwritten ...
Supportive Messages Perceived and Recevied in a Therapeutic Setting (1994)This study examines how communication of social support influences the behavioral change process in a particular environment. Specifically, the research question is: How is social support related to commitment to recovery ...
Why We Follow Narcissistic Leaders (Harvard Business Review, 2023-01-30)A recent study aimed to understand narcissistic leaders and who is most likely to follow them. The results revealed a few patterns. If you are someone who is always looking out for others, empathizes with others, and ...