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  1. Socioeconomic Status, Socioeconomic Context and Sexually Transmitted Infections

    Harling, Guy Duncan
    - 29-ago-2017

  2. Identifying Opportunities to Improve the Integration of Sexual and Reproductive Health Services into Primary Care: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches

    Janiak, Elizabeth
    Objectives: Unintended pregnancy is endemic in the United States. Primary care physicians (PCPs) are optimally positioned within the health care system to improve the prevention and management of unintended pregnancy by offering comprehensive contraception and abortion care. Factors at the individual, health center, health systems, and policy levels may influence whether PCPs offer these services. Current practice, knowledge, and attitudes about contraception and abortion among PCPs are poorly understood. This investigation fills these gaps using original quantitative and qualitative data. Methods: This mixed-methods investigation included: 1) a quantitative survey querying a national probability sample of practicing PCPs about contraception, abortion, and...
    (application/pdf) - 29-ago-2017

  3. Improving Health and Safety in Construction: The Intersection of Programs and Policies, Work Organization, and Safety Climate

    Sparer, Emily Helen
    Statement of Problem: Despite significant advancements in occupational health and safety in recent decades, injury rates in commercial construction remain high. New programs that address the complexity of the construction work environment are needed to keep workers healthy and safe. Methods: The first step of this dissertation was to explore associations between organizational programs and policies, as measured by a Contractor Safety Assessment Program (CSAP) score, and worker safety climate scores. Next, a safety communication and recognition program was developed and piloted. It was evaluated through a mixed methods approach in a randomized controlled trial. Primary outcome measures included safety...
    (application/pdf) - 01-sep-2017

  4. Improving Health and Safety in Construction: The Intersection of Programs and Policies, Work Organization, and Safety Climate

    Sparer, Emily Helen
    Statement of Problem: Despite significant advancements in occupational health and safety in recent decades, injury rates in commercial construction remain high. New programs that address the complexity of the construction work environment are needed to keep workers healthy and safe. Methods: The first step of this dissertation was to explore associations between organizational programs and policies, as measured by a Contractor Safety Assessment Program (CSAP) score, and worker safety climate scores. Next, a safety communication and recognition program was developed and piloted. It was evaluated through a mixed methods approach in a randomized controlled trial. Primary outcome measures included safety...
    (application/pdf) - 02-sep-2017

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