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Keys to embracing aging: A healthy aging intervention.

Amy F Kostelic, Erin Yelland, Allison Smith, Cynthia Shuman, Adam Cless,

<i>Keys to Embracing Aging</i> (KTEA) is a community-based educational program that introduces and reinforces health behaviors that promote healthy aging. Data from 12 distinct KTEA lessons delivered by 42 Cooperative Extension educators to 764 unique participants across one year were examined to determine the program's impact on attitude, diet, physical ... Read more >>

J Prev Interv Community (Journal of prevention & intervention in the community)
[2021, :1-14]

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Early, intensive rehabilitation improves gross motor function after perinatal stroke: results of a randomized controlled trial

Caitlin Hurd, Donna Livingstone, Kelly Brunton, Allison Smith, Monica Gorassini, Man-Joe Watt, John Andersen, Adam Kirton, Jaynie Yang,

<h4>Background</h4> Perinatal stroke injures motor regions of the brain, compromising movement for life. Early, intensive, active interventions for the upper extremity are efficacious, but interventions for the lower extremity (LE) remain infrequent and understudied. <h4>Objective</h4> To determine the efficacy of ELEVATE – Engaging the Lower Extremity Via Active Therapy Early ... Read more >>

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Work and life in the sport industry - A comparison of work-life interface experiences among athletic employees. A Review.

Jeffrey A Graham, Allison B Smith,

<h4>Objective</h4>To review the work-life interface literature from the sport industry, especially focusing on coaches, athletic trainers, athletes, and other sport personnel.<h4>Data sources</h4>Studies were identified utilizing SPORTDiscus, PsychINFO, and Google Scholar. Sample search terms included "Work-Family Balance," "Work-Life Balance," "Work-Family Conflict," "Work-Life Conflict," "Work-Family Enrichment," and "Work-Life Enrichment." These search terms ... Read more >>

J Athl Train (Journal of athletic training)
[2021, :]

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Energy Balance, Eating Disorder Risk, and Pathogenic Behaviors Among Athletic Trainers.

Toni Marie Torres-McGehee, Dawn M Emerson, Erin M Moore, Stacy E Walker, Kelly Pritchett, Allison B Smith, Taylor A Lyles, Greg Wakefield, Kacey Ohlemeyer,

<h4>Context</h4>Research exists on energy balances (EBs) and eating disorder (ED) risks in physically active populations and occupations by settings, but the EB and ED risk in athletic trainers (ATs) have not been investigated.<h4>Objective</h4>To assess ATs' energy needs, including the macronutrient profile, and examine ED risk and pathogenic behavioral differences between ... Read more >>

J Athl Train (Journal of athletic training)
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Core Body Temperatures in Collegiate Marching Band Artists During Rehearsals and Performances.

Dawn M Emerson, Toni M Torres-McGehee, Susan W Yeargin, Melani R Kelly, Nancy Uriegas, Allison Smith, Samantha R Weber, Rebecca M Hirschhorn, Cormac Cannon,

<h4>Context</h4>To our knowledge, no researchers have investigated thermoregulatory responses and exertional heat illness (EHI) risk factors in marching band (MB) artists performing physical activity in high environmental temperatures.<h4>Objective</h4>To examine core temperature (Tc) and EHI risk factors in MB artists.<h4>Design</h4>Descriptive epidemiology study.<h4>Setting</h4>Three rehearsals and 2 football games for 2 National Collegiate ... Read more >>

J Athl Train (Journal of athletic training)
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Examination of eating disorder risk among university marching band artists.

Nancy A Uriegas, Dawn M Emerson, Allison B Smith, Melani R Kelly, Toni M Torres-McGehee,

<h4>Background</h4>Marching band artists are a physically active population, composed of approximately 27,000 people in the United States. University marching band artists face many of the same physically active demands and mental stressors as student athletes, potentially predisposing them to injury, illness, and risk for eating disorders (EDs). The purpose of ... Read more >>

J Eat Disord (Journal of eating disorders)
[2021, 9(1):35]

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Associations of Future Cognitive Decline with Sexual Satisfaction among Married Older Adults.

Allison G Smith, Shoshana H Bardach, Justin M Barber, Andrea Williams, Elizabeth K Rhodus, Kelly K Parsons, Gregory A Jicha,

<b>Objectives</b>: This study sought to explore changes in longitudinal cognitive status in relation to baseline measures of intimacy and sexuality in cognitively intact, married older adults.<b>Methods</b>: Baseline intimacy and sexuality survey data from 155, cognitively intact, married, older adults were collected using a novel survey instrument that explored the domains ... Read more >>

Clin Gerontol (Clinical gerontologist)
[2021, 44(3):345-353]

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Enduring motor memory of walking on a split-belt treadmill in young children and adults

Brittany Lissinna, Allison Smith, Kaylie La, Jaynie Yang,

<h4>Background</h4> Adults and children modify their motor program to accommodate persistent changes in movement conditions, called motor adaptation. We studied motor adaptation using a split-belt treadmill, with the belts for each leg at different speeds. A memory trace is reflected when reintroduction of the previously novel condition results in a ... Read more >>

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The process of integrating psychology into medical clinics: Pediatric psychology as an example.

Wendy L Ward, Allison Smith, Catherine Munns, Shasha Bai,

The integration of psychological services in medical settings has numerous benefits but a process for systematic integration and system wide evaluation is needed. A process model was created and evaluated for integrating services in 32 outpatient subspecialty clinics. Levels of satisfaction in caregivers (<i>n</i> = 98), physicians (<i>n</i> = 27), and non-physicians (<i>n</i> = 45) were ... Read more >>

Clin Child Psychol Psychiatry (Clinical child psychology and psychiatry)
[2021, 26(2):323-341]

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Energy Availability with or without Eating Disorder Risk in Collegiate Female Athletes and Performing Artists.

Toni M Torres-McGehee, Dawn M Emerson, Kelly Pritchett, Erin M Moore, Allison B Smith, Nancy A Uriegas,

<h4>Context</h4>Female athletes/performing artists can present with low energy availability (LEA) either through unintentional (e.g., inadvertent undereating) or intentional methods (e.g., eating disorder [ED]). While LEA and ED risk have been examined independently, little research has examined these simultaneously. Awareness of LEA with or without ED risk may provide clinicians with ... Read more >>

J Athl Train (Journal of athletic training)
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Collegiate Marching Band Artists Experience High Core Body Temperatures during Rehearsals and Performances.

Dawn M Emerson, Toni M Torres-McGehee, Susan W Yeargin, Melani R Kelly, Nancy Uriegas, Allison Smith, Samantha R Weber, Rebecca M Hirschhorn, Cormac Cannon,

<h4>Context</h4>No research has investigated thermoregulatory responses and exertional heat illness (EHI) risk factors in marching band (MB) artists performing physical activity in high environmental temperatures.<h4>Objective</h4>Examine core temperature (Tc) and EHI risk factors in MB artists.<h4>Design</h4>Descriptive epidemiology study.<h4>Setting</h4>Three rehearsals and 2 football games for 2 NCAA Division I MBs.<h4>Participants</h4>Nineteen volunteers completed ... Read more >>

J Athl Train (Journal of athletic training)
[2020, 2020(preprint):0]

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Examination of Energy Balance, Eating Disorder Risk, and Pathogenic Behaviors among Athletic Trainers.

Toni M Torres-McGehee, Dawn M Emerson, Erin M Moore, Stacy Walker, Kelly Pritchett, Allison B Smith, Taylor A Lyles, Greg Wakefield, Kacey Ohlemeyer,

<h4>Context</h4>Research exists on energy balance (EB) and eating disorder (ED) risk in physically active populations and occupations by settings, but EB and ED in athletic trainers (ATs) has not been investigated.<h4>Objective</h4>To assess ATs' energy needs, including macronutrient profile, and to examine ED risk and pathogenic behavior between sex (males, females), ... Read more >>

J Athl Train (Journal of athletic training)
[2020, :]

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Prevalence of Eating Disorder Risk and Body Image Dissatisfaction among ROTC Cadets.

Allison Smith, Dawn Emerson, Zachary Winkelmann, Devin Potter, Toni Torres-McGehee,

Injury risk is multifactorial including non-modifiable and modifiable factors such as nutrition and mental health. The purpose of this study was to estimate eating disorder risk and body image (BI) dissatisfaction among Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) cadets. A total of 102 (male: <i>n</i> = 75, female: <i>n</i> = 27; ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(21):]

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Serogroup B meningococcal vaccination practice patterns on college campuses.

Rachel Haimowitz, Rachel Torres, Susan Caleb, Danielle Thompson, Allison Smith, Carlo Ciotoli, Martha Dannenbaum, Linda Y Fu,

<h4>Background</h4>Most Neisseria meningitidis involved in invasive disease among American college students express serogroup B antigen. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends healthcare providers (HCPs) share clinical decision making with patients to determine individual value of meningococcal serogroup B vaccination (MenB) rather than routinely recommend vaccination as with the ... Read more >>

Vaccine (Vaccine)
[2020, 38(46):7350-7356]

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An outbreak of acute hemorrhagic papules on the posterior neck in children during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Allison Smith, Ingrid Polcari, Sheilagh Maguiness, Christina Boull,

Within a two-week timespan in April 2020, multiple children presented with hemorrhagic macules, papules, and erosions localized to the posterior neck and occipital scalp. All of these patients were children of health care workers, with at least one confirmed COVID-19 exposure. The unique lesional morphology and the timing of onset ... Read more >>

Pediatr Dermatol (Pediatric dermatology)
[2020, 37(6):1193-1194]

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Perceptions of Pain Treatment in Pediatric Patients With Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders.

Amy E Hale, Allison M Smith, Julie Snyder Christiana, Elizabeth Burch, Neil L Schechter, Beate C Beinvogl, Fiona Paul, Amelia S Henaghan, Deirdre Logan, Samuel Nurko,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Individual understanding of and expectations for chronic pain treatment can influence treatment adherence and thus success, but little is known about these critical factors in parents and children presenting with pain-predominant functional gastrointestinal disorders. The aim of this study was to identify parent and patient understanding of pain-predominant functional gastrointestinal ... Read more >>

Clin J Pain (The Clinical journal of pain)
[2020, 36(7):550-557]

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Clinical Outcomes of Specialized Treatment Units for Patients With Serious Mental Illness in the New York City Jail System.

Elizabeth B Ford, Kevin D Silverman, Angela Solimo, Y Jude Leung, Allison M Smith, Connor J Bell, Monica Katyal,

<h4>Objective</h4>New York City's (NYC) Correctional Health Services has introduced specialized treatment units for patients with serious mental illness in the NYC jail system. With multidisciplinary mental health staffing and a coordinated approach with NYC's Department of Correction, these units expand therapeutic options for patients vulnerable to clinical instability and physical ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Serv (Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.))
[2020, 71(6):547-554]

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Avoid or engage? Outcomes of graded exposure in youth with chronic pain using a sequential replicated single-case randomized design.

Laura E Simons, Johan W S Vlaeyen, Lies Declercq, Allison M Smith, Justin Beebe, Melinda Hogan, Eileen Li, Corey A Kronman, Farah Mahmud, Jenelle R Corey, Christine B Sieberg, Christine Ploski,

Pain-related fear is typically associated with avoidance behavior and pain-related disability in youth with chronic pain. Youth with elevated pain-related fear have attenuated treatment responses; thus, targeted treatment is highly warranted. Evidence supporting graded in vivo exposure treatment (GET) for adults with chronic pain is considerable, but just emerging for ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2020, 161(3):520-531]

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Autophagy is essential for oligodendrocyte differentiation, survival, and proper myelination.

Andrew N Bankston, Michael D Forston, Russell M Howard, Kariena R Andres, Allison E Smith, Sujata Saraswat Ohri, Margaret L Bates, Mary B Bunge, Scott R Whittemore,

Deficient myelination, the spiral wrapping of highly specialized membrane around axons, causes severe neurological disorders. Maturation of oligodendrocyte progenitor cells (OPC) to myelinating oligodendrocytes (OL), the sole providers of central nervous system (CNS) myelin, is tightly regulated and involves extensive morphological changes. Here, we present evidence that autophagy, the targeted ... Read more >>

Glia (Glia)
[2019, 67(9):1745-1759]

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Innovations for integrated care: The Association of Medicine and Psychiatry recognizes new models.

Lawson Wulsin, Aaron Pinkhasov, Carrie Cunningham, Laura Miller, Allison Smith, Sarah Oros,

This editorial looks at the current state of the integration of medicine and psychiatry in clinical practice. We note selected recent triumphs and barriers to implementing integrated care, highlighting some gaps and priorities for future innovations. In contrast to the relatively more orderly culture of health services research, where some ... Read more >>

Gen Hosp Psychiatry (General hospital psychiatry)
[2019, 61:90-95]

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Identifiers of Language Impairment for Spanish-English Dual Language Learners.

Rochel Lazewnik, Nancy A Creaghead, Allison Breit Smith, Jo-Anne Prendeville, Lesley Raisor-Becker, Noah Silbert,

Purpose The purpose of this study was to determine if a standardized assessment developed for Spanish-English dual language learners (SEDLLs) differentiates SEDLLs with language impairment (LI) from children with typical language better than the translated/adapted Spanish and/or English version of a standardized assessment and to determine if adding informal measure/s ... Read more >>

Lang Speech Hear Serv Sch (Language, speech, and hearing services in schools)
[2019, 50(1):126-137]

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Computer self-administered screening for substance use in university student health centers.

Jennifer McNeely, Sean J Haley, Allison J Smith, Noelle R Leonard, Charles M Cleland, Marcy Ferdschneider, Michele Calderoni, Luke Sleiter, Carlo Ciotoli, Angéline Adam,

<b>Objective:</b> To characterize the prevalence of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use and the acceptability of screening in university health centers. <b>Participants:</b> Five hundred and two consecutively recruited students presenting for primary care visits in February and August, 2015, in two health centers. <b>Methods:</b> Participants completed anonymous substance use questionnaires in ... Read more >>

J Am Coll Health (Journal of American college health : J of ACH)
[2019, 67(6):541-550]

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Back to Living: Long-term Functional Status of Pediatric Patients Who Completed Intensive Interdisciplinary Pain Treatment.

Edin T Randall, Kelly R Smith, Caitlin Conroy, Allison M Smith, Navil Sethna, Deirdre E Logan,

<h4>Objectives</h4>To provide a descriptive account of long-term functioning (≥5 y posttreatment) among youth who completed intensive interdisciplinary pain treatment (IIPT) for pediatric chronic pain conditions.<h4>Materials and methods</h4>A total of 95 patients (mean age at follow-up=20.0 y) treated at least 5 years previously at a single IIPT program completed questionnaires assessing pain, functional ... Read more >>

Clin J Pain (The Clinical journal of pain)
[2018, 34(10):890-899]

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Parent Attributions of Ambiguous Symptoms in Their Children: A Preliminary Measure Validation in Parents of Children with Chronic Pain.

Lauren C Heathcote, Sara E Williams, Allison M Smith, Christine B Sieberg, Laura E Simons,

How parents attribute cause to their child&rsquo;s physical symptoms is likely important in understanding how the parent responds to the child, as well as the child&rsquo;s health outcomes, especially within the context of chronic illness. Here, we adapt the Symptom Interpretation Questionnaire for parent report (SIQ-PR) and provide preliminary validation ... Read more >>

Children (Basel) (Children (Basel, Switzerland))
[2018, 5(6):]

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Blocking Autophagy in Oligodendrocytes Limits Functional Recovery after Spinal Cord Injury.

Sujata Saraswat Ohri, Andrew N Bankston, S Ashley Mullins, Yu Liu, Kariena R Andres, Jason E Beare, Russell M Howard, Darlene A Burke, Amberly S Riegler, Allison E Smith, Michal Hetman, Scott R Whittemore,

Autophagy mechanisms are well documented in neurons after spinal cord injury (SCI), but the direct functional role of autophagy in oligodendrocyte (OL) survival in SCI pathogenesis remains unknown. Autophagy is an evolutionary conserved lysosomal-mediated catabolic pathway that ensures degradation of dysfunctional cellular components to maintain homeostasis in response to various ... Read more >>

J Neurosci (The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience)
[2018, 38(26):5900-5912]

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