Newsletter Archives 2015

  • January
    Publication Highlight: Traditional and Electronic Informed Consent for Biobanking: A Survey of U.S. Biobanks

  • February
    Publication Highlight: Development of the CASH Assessment Tool to Address Existential Concerns in Patients with Serious Illness

  • March
    Publication Highlight: A conceptual model of family surrogate end-of-life decision-making process in the nursing home setting: Goals of care as guiding stars

  • April
    Publication Highlight: See One, Do One, Teach One: Hand Hygiene Attitudes Among Medical Students, Interns, and Faculty

  • May
    Publication Highlight: Autonomy and Autism: Who Speaks for the Adolescent Patient

  • June
    Publication Highlight: Interactive Multimedia Consent for Biobanking: A Randomized Trial

  • July
    Publication Highlight: South African, Urban Youth Narratives: Resilience within Community

  • August
    Publication Highlight: Committee opinion no. 633: Alcohol abuse and other substance use disorders: ethical issues in obstetric and gynecologic practice

  • September
    Publication Highlight: Ethical issues identified by obstetrics and gynecology learners through a novel ethics curriculum

  • October
    Publication Highlight: Servicewomen's Strategies to Staying Safe During Military Service

  • November
    Publication Highlight: "I should be doing more for my parent." Chinese adult children's worry about performance in providing care for their oldest-old parents.

  • December
    Publication Highlight: Computer Use in Primary Care and Patient-Physician Communication