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Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND; Ph.D. Student, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Once the clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease has been made, a treatment plan must be developed.
Jan 1, 2002
This paper presents indicators to assess the quality of care for patients with dementia.
Jan 1, 2001
The author discusses these results in terms of their significance of nursing homes and top management.
Use of statin cholesterol-lowering drugs is observationally associated with lower rates of Alzheimer disease (AD).
Epilepsy-targeted health-related quality of life measures may be preferable to generic ones in longitudinal studies.
Jan 1, 2000
Outcomes in 248 patients who had diagnostic evaluations for epilepsy surgery
Jan 1, 1996
Agreement between self reports and proxy reports of quality of life in epilepsy patients
Jan 1, 1995
Describes the development of a 99-item epilepsy HRQOL inventory that includes the SF-36 as its core.
Determines the significant client, caregiver, and societal characteristics associated with health and social service utilization one year after service recommendation.
Jan 1, 1994
No abstract is available for this document.
Jan 1, 1992
Development of quality of life measures de novo is time-consuming and expensive, and a number of instruments are already available for general use.
Education M.A. in gerontology, University of Southern California; B.S. in psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Associate Physical Scientist
Education Ph.D. in neuroscience, Penn State University; B.S. in neuroscience, Allegheny College
Education Ph.D. in epidemiology, Case Western Reserve University; M.S. in biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University; B.S. in molecular biology and genetics, University of Maryland