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Care coordination for complex cancer survivors in an integrated safety-net system: a study protocol.

Simon J Craddock Lee, Katelyn K Jetelina, Emily Marks, Eric Shaw, Kevin Oeffinger, Deborah Cohen, Noel O Santini, John V Cox, Bijal A Balasubramanian,

BACKGROUND:The growing numbers of cancer survivors challenge delivery of high-quality survivorship care by healthcare systems. Innovative ways to improve care coordination for patients with cancer and multiple chronic conditions ("complex cancer survivors") are needed to achieve better care outcomes, improve patient experience of care, and lower cost. Our study, Project ... Read more >>

BMC Cancer (BMC cancer)
[2018, 18(1):1204]

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Effective Regionalization of Care for Traumatic Brain Injury in Southeastern Georgia.

Audrey Butcher, Merry Ellen Barnett, Eric K Shaw, Gretchen Goodman, Rochelle Armola, James R Dunne,

Am Surg (The American surgeon)
[2018, 84(5):e160-e161]

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Barriers and Facilitators to Expanding Roles of Medical Assistants in Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMHs).

Jeanne M Ferrante, Eric K Shaw, Jennifer E Bayly, Jenna Howard, M Nell Quest, Elizabeth C Clark, Connie Pascal,

BACKGROUND:Many primary care practices participating in patient-centered medical home (PCMH) transformation initiatives are expanding the work roles of their medical assistants (MAs). Little is known about attitudes of MAs or barriers and facilitators to these role changes. METHODS:Secondary data analysis of qualitative cross-case comparison study of 15 New Jersey primary ... Read more >>

J Am Board Fam Med (Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM)
[2018, 31(2):226-235]

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Can fatigue affect acquisition of new surgical skills? A prospective trial of pre- and post-call general surgery residents using the da Vinci surgical skills simulator.

Weston Robison, Sonya K Patel, Akshat Mehta, Tristan Senkowski, John Allen, Eric Shaw, Christopher K Senkowski,

OBJECTIVE:To study the effects of fatigue on general surgery residents' performance on the da Vinci Skills Simulator (dVSS). METHODS:15 General Surgery residents from various postgraduate training years (PGY2, PGY3, PGY4, and PGY5) performed 5 simulation tasks on the dVSS as recommended by the Robotic Training Network (RTN). The General Surgery ... Read more >>

Surg Endosc (Surgical endoscopy)
[2018, 32(3):1389-1396]

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Urban primate ranging patterns: GPS-collar deployments for Macaca fascicularis and M. sylvanus.

Amy R Klegarth, Hope Hollocher, Lisa Jones-Engel, Eric Shaw, Benjamin P Y-H Lee, Tessa Feeney, Damian Holmes, Dale Laguea, Agustín Fuentes,

The global increase in urbanization is leading to heavier interface between humans and wildlife. Within these anthropogenic landscapes, little is known about ranging patterns, particularly with regard to urban primates. Here we present the results of the first long-term deployment of multiple GPS collars on two species of macaques to ... Read more >>

Am. J. Primatol. (American journal of primatology)
[2017, 79(5):]

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Molecular mapping of soybean seed tocopherols in the cross ‘OAC Bayfield’ × ‘OAC Shire’

Eric J Shaw, Istvan Rajcan,

Soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.) is cultivated primarily for its protein and oil in the seed. In addition, soybean seeds contain nutraceutical compounds such as tocopherols (vitamin E), which are powerful antioxidants with health benefits. The objective of this study was to identify molecular markers linked to quantitative trait loci ... Read more >>

Plant Breed. (Plant breeding = Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung)
[2017, 136(1):83-93]

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Lessons Learned Designing and Using an Online Discussion Forum for Care Coordinators in Primary Care.

Jeanne M Ferrante, Asia Friedman, Eric K Shaw, Jenna Howard, Deborah J Cohen, Laleh Shahidi,

While an increasing number of researchers are using online discussion forums for qualitative research, few authors have documented their experiences and lessons learned to demonstrate this method's viability and validity in health services research. We comprehensively describe our experiences, from start to finish, of designing and using an asynchronous online ... Read more >>

Qual Health Res (Qualitative health research)
[2016, 26(13):1851-1861]

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What's in the Box? The Effectiveness of a Low-Volume Massive Transfusion Protocol.

Katherine Baysinger, Merry E Barnett, Mickey Ott, William Bromberg, Katherine Mcbride, Lynne Thompson, Gretchen Goodman, Eric Shaw, James Dunne,

Transfusion ratios approaching 1:1:1 of packed red blood cells (PRBCs) to fresh frozen plasma (FFP) to platelet have been shown to improve outcomes in trauma. There is little data available to describe in what quantity that ratio should be delivered. We hypothesized that lowering the total volume of products delivered ... Read more >>

Am Surg (The American surgeon)
[2016, 82(7):602-607]

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Facilitators and Barriers to Care Coordination in Patient-centered Medical Homes (PCMHs) from Coordinators' Perspectives.

Asia Friedman, Jenna Howard, Eric K Shaw, Deborah J Cohen, Laleh Shahidi, Jeanne M Ferrante,

Care coordinators are increasingly featured in patient-centered medical home (PCMH) projects, yet little research examines how coordinators themselves define and experience their role. This is the first study describing experiences of care coordinators across the US from their own perspectives.This qualitative study used a 5-month private, online discussion forum to ... Read more >>

J Am Board Fam Med (Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM)
[2016, 29(1):90-101]

Cited: 4 times

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M-M-R(®)II manufactured using recombinant human albumin (rHA) and M-M-R(®)II manufactured using human serum albumin (HSA) exhibit similar safety and immunogenicity profiles when administered as a 2-dose regimen to healthy children.

Richard T Wiedmann, Keith S Reisinger, Jonathan Hartzel, Edgardo Malacaman, Shelly D Senders, Katherine E D Giacoletti, Eric Shaw, Barbara J Kuter, Florian Schödel, Luwy K Musey,

Prior to 2006, M-M-R(®)II (measles, mumps, and rubella virus vaccine live) was manufactured using human serum albumin (HSA) and each dose of the vaccine contained a relatively small amount (≤0.3mg) of HSA. Because of specific regulatory requirements and limited suppliers of HSA acceptable for human use, there was a need ... Read more >>

Vaccine (Vaccine)
[2015, 33(18):2132-2140]

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The non-surgical treatment of peyronie disease: 2013 update.

Eric James Shaw, Gregory Clyde Mitchell, Ronny B Tan, Premsant Sangkum, Wayne John G Hellstrom,

Peyronie disease is a common cause of penile deformity and sexual dysfunction. Although surgery is regarded as the definitive management for this condition, there are many medical and minimally invasive therapies available, with widely varying efficacy reported in the literature. The purpose of this review is to describe the current ... Read more >>

World J Mens Health (The world journal of men's health)
[2013, 31(3):183-192]

Cited: 6 times

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A typology of primary care workforce innovations in the United States since 2000.

Asia Friedman, Karissa A Hahn, Rebecca Etz, Anna M Rehwinkel-Morfe, William L Miller, Paul A Nutting, Carlos R Jaén, Eric K Shaw, Benjamin F Crabtree,

PURPOSE: Innovative workforce models are being developed and implemented to meet the changing demands of primary care. A literature review was conducted to construct a typology of workforce models used by primary care practices. METHODS: Ovid Medline, CINAHL, and PsycInfo were used to identify published descriptions of the primary care ... Read more >>

Med Care (Medical care)
[2014, 52(2):101-111]

Cited: 12 times

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Decision-making processes of patients who use the emergency department for primary care needs.

Eric K Shaw, Jenna Howard, Elizabeth C Clark, Rebecca S Etz, Rajiv Arya, Alfred F Tallia,

Emergency department (ED) use for non-urgent needs is widely viewed as a contributor to various health care system flaws and inefficiencies. There are few qualitative studies designed to explore the complexity of patients' decision-making process to use the ED vs. primary care alternatives. In this study, semi-structured interviews were conducted ... Read more >>

J Health Care Poor Underserved (Journal of health care for the poor and underserved)
[2013, 24(3):1288-1305]

Cited: 14 times

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Effects of facilitated team meetings and learning collaboratives on colorectal cancer screening rates in primary care practices: a cluster randomized trial.

Eric K Shaw, Pamela A Ohman-Strickland, Alicja Piasecki, Shawna V Hudson, Jeanne M Ferrante, Reuben R McDaniel, Paul A Nutting, Benjamin F Crabtree,

The purpose of this study was to evaluate a primary care practice-based quality improvement (QI) intervention aimed at improving colorectal cancer screening rates.The Supporting Colorectal Cancer Outcomes through Participatory Enhancements (SCOPE) study was a cluster randomized trial of New Jersey primary care practices. On-site facilitation and learning collaboratives were used ... Read more >>

Ann Fam Med (Annals of family medicine)
[2013, 11(3):220-8, S1-8]

Cited: 19 times

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The role of the champion in primary care change efforts: from the State Networks of Colorado Ambulatory Practices and Partners (SNOCAP).

Eric K Shaw, Jenna Howard, David R West, Benjamin F Crabtree, Donald E Nease, Brandon Tutt, Paul A Nutting,

Change champions are important for moving new innovations through the phases of initiation, development, and implementation. Although research attributes positive health care changes to the help of champions, little work provides details about the champion role.Using a combination of immersion/crystallization and matrix techniques, we analyzed qualitative data, which included field ... Read more >>

J Am Board Fam Med (Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM)
[2012, 25(5):676-685]

Cited: 35 times

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The influence of family ties on men's prostate cancer screening, biopsy, and treatment decisions.

Eric K Shaw, John G Scott, Jeanne M Ferrante,

Extensive research has focused on understanding family dynamics of men with prostate cancer. However, little qualitative work has examined the role of family ties on men's prostate cancer decisions across the spectrum of screening, diagnosis, and treatment. Using data from a larger study, we qualitatively explored the influence of family ... Read more >>

Am J Mens Health (American journal of men's health)
[2013, 7(6):461-471]

Cited: 5 times

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How team-based reflection affects quality improvement implementation: a qualitative study.

Eric K Shaw, Jenna Howard, Rebecca S Etz, Shawna V Hudson, Benjamin F Crabtree,

Quality improvement (QI) interventions in health care organizations have produced mixed results with significant questions remaining about how QI interventions are implemented. Team-based reflection may be an important element for understanding QI implementation. Extensive research has focused on individual benefits of reflection including links between reflection, learning, and change. There ... Read more >>

Qual Manag Health Care (Quality management in health care)
[2012, 21(2):104-113]

Cited: 9 times

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Physician recommendation and patient adherence for colorectal cancer screening.

Shawna V Hudson, Jeanne M Ferrante, Pamela Ohman-Strickland, Karissa A Hahn, Eric K Shaw, Jennifer Hemler, Benjamin F Crabtree,

Physician recommendation is one of the strongest, most consistent predictors of colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. Little is known regarding characteristics associated with patient adherence to physician recommendations in community and academic based primary care settings.Data were analyzed from 975 patients, aged ≥50 years, recruited from 25 primary care practices in ... Read more >>

J Am Board Fam Med (Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM)
[2012, 25(6):782-791]

Cited: 12 times

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Influenza virus infection in nonhuman primates.

Erik A Karlsson, Gregory A Engel, M M Feeroz, Sorn San, Aida Rompis, Benjamin P Y-H Lee, Eric Shaw, Gunwha Oh, Michael A Schillaci, Richard Grant, John Heidrich, Stacey Schultz-Cherry, Lisa Jones-Engel,

To determine whether nonhuman primates are infected with influenza viruses in nature, we conducted serologic and swab studies among macaques from several parts of the world. Our detection of influenza virus and antibodies to influenza virus raises questions about the role of nonhuman primates in the ecology of influenza. ... Read more >>

Emerging Infect. Dis. (Emerging infectious diseases)
[2012, 18(10):1672-1675]

Cited: 12 times

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From the mouths of monkeys: detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex DNA from buccal swabs of synanthropic macaques.

Alicia K Wilbur, Gregory A Engel, Aida Rompis, I G A A Putra, Benjamin P Y-H Lee, Nantiya Aggimarangsee, Mukesh Chalise, Eric Shaw, Gunwha Oh, Michael A Schillaci, Lisa Jones-Engel,

Although the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBC) infects a third of all humans, little is known regarding the prevalence of mycobacterial infection in nonhuman primates (NHP). For more than a century, tuberculosis has been regarded as a serious infectious threat to NHP species. Advances in the detection of MTBC open new ... Read more >>

Am. J. Primatol. (American journal of primatology)
[2012, 74(7):676-686]

Cited: 12 times

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Physicians as inclusive leaders: insights from a participatory quality improvement intervention.

Jenna Howard, Eric K Shaw, Christina B Felsen, Benjamin F Crabtree,

The patient-centered medical home model of primary care requires increased collaboration in care delivery. Recent studies suggest that such a collaborative model of care is aided by physician leaders who practice an inclusive approach to leadership; however, they do not empirically demonstrate what such strategies look like in primary care ... Read more >>

Qual Manag Health Care (Quality management in health care)
[2012, 21(3):135-145]

Cited: 6 times

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Are ultrasound-guided ophthalmic blocks injurious to the eye? A comparative rabbit model study of two ultrasound devices evaluating intraorbital thermal and structural changes.

Howard D Palte, Steven Gayer, Esdras Arrieta, Eric Scot Shaw, Izuru Nose, Elizabete Lee, Kristopher L Arheart, Sander Dubovy, David J Birnbach, Jean-Marie Parel,

Since Atkinson's original description of retrobulbar block in 1936, needle-based anesthetic techniques have become integral to ophthalmic anesthesia. These techniques are unfortunately associated with rare, grave complications such as globe perforation. Ultrasound has gained widespread acceptance for peripheral nerve blockade, but its translation to ocular anesthesia has been hampered because ... Read more >>

Anesth. Analg. (Anesthesia and analgesia)
[2012, 115(1):194-201]

Cited: 13 times

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Intergroup variation in stable isotope ratios reflects anthropogenic impact on the Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus) of Gibraltar.

Mark R Schurr, Agustín Fuentes, Ellen Luecke, John Cortes, Eric Shaw,

Interactions with humans impact many aspects of behavior and ecology in nonhuman primates. Because of the complexities of the human-nonhuman primate interface, methods are needed to quantify the effects of anthropogenic interactions, including their intensity and differential impacts between nonhuman primate groups. Stable isotopes can be used to quickly and ... Read more >>

Primates (Primates; journal of primatology)
[2012, 53(1):31-40]

Cited: 11 times

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More black box to explore: how quality improvement collaboratives shape practice change.

Eric K Shaw, Sabrina M Chase, Jenna Howard, Paul A Nutting, Benjamin F Crabtree,

Quality improvement collaboratives (QICs) are used extensively to promote quality improvement in health care. Evidence of their effectiveness is limited, prompting calls to "open up the black box" to better understand how and why such collaboratives work.We selected a cohort of 5 primary care practices that participated in a 6-month ... Read more >>

J Am Board Fam Med (Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM)
[2012, 25(2):149-157]

Cited: 19 times

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Meeting the challenge of practice quality improvement: a study of seven family medicine residency training practices.

Sabrina M Chase, William L Miller, Eric Shaw, Anna Looney, Benjamin F Crabtree,

Incorporating quality improvement (QI) into resident education and clinical care is challenging. This report explores key characteristics shaping the relative success or failure of QI efforts in seven primary care practices serving as family medicine residency training sites.The authors used data from the 2002-2008 Using Learning Teams for Reflective Adaptation ... Read more >>

Acad Med (Academic Medicine)
[2011, 86(12):1583-1589]

Cited: 6 times

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