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|Acuity-based staffing in long term care: Does it influence quality? |
|Acute ROS in Cardiac Calcium Signaling |
|Acute sporadic non-A, non-B hepatitis and blood transfusion in Makkah province, Saudi Arabia |
|Adaptive coping strategies of othermothers: An examination of social support, spirituality, stress and depression |
|Addressing Racial/Ethnic Differences in ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment Among Medicaid-insured Youth in California |
|ADHD Coaching Communication Modalities: An Exploratory Mixed Methods Study |
|Adherence and Safety of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine in Bamako, Mali |
|Adolescent mothers: Functioning after bereavement |
|Adult Patients’ Experience Using Patient Portal: The Impact of Perceived Usability on Portal Use Behavior |
|Advance Care Planning and Family Structure in Late Life |
|Advanced glycation end products in the dental pulp |
|Advances in Mass Spectrometric Structural Biology Techniques for Pattern Recognition Receptor Ligands of Microbial Origin |
|Advancing Analytical Methodologies for Classic and Novel Stimulants |
|Advancing Drug and Biomaterial Design with Constant pH Molecular Dynamics Simulations |
|Advancing the Capability of Low and Middle Income Latin American Countries in the Evaluation of Occupational Exposures to Hazardous Drugs among Health Care Workers |
|African American youth and their fathers: Exploring the relationship between perceived nurturance and psychological well-being |
|Age Associated Changes in Neuromuscular and Kinematic Landing Response to Sudden Loss of Ground Support Surface While Standing |
|Aggression in psychiatrically disordered children and adolescents |
|Aging and the Effects of Power Training and Neuromuscular Enhancement on Standing Balance |
|Aging effects on Kinematics, Kinetics, and Neuromuscular Control of Landing Movements in Response to Sudden Loss of Ground Support Surface while Standing |
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