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The ACTive Intervention in Hospice Interdisciplinary Team Meetings: Exploring family caregiver and hospice team communication
Article describing family caregiver and hospice team communication and the ACTive intervention in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings.
Am I Disclosing Too Much? Student Perceptions of Teacher Credibility via Facebook Introduction
This article examines the effects of teacher self-disclosure via Facebook on perceived teacher credibility.
Assessing Caregiver for Team Interventions (ACT): A New Paradigm for Comprehensive Hospice Quality Care
Article on a new paradigm for comprehensive hospice quality care and Assessing Caregivers for Team Interventions (ACT).
Barriers to Pain Management: Caregiver Perceptions and Pain Talk by Hospice Interdisciplinary Teams
Article on caregiver perceptions, pain talk by hospice interdisciplinary teams, and barriers to pain management.
Caregiver Involvement in Hospice Interdisciplinary Team Meetings: A case study
Article on a case study detailing caregiver involvement in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings.
Caregiver Participation in Hospice Interdisciplinary Team Meetings via Videophone Technology: A Pilot Study to Improve Pain Management
Article on a pilot study to improve pain management and caregiver participation in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings via videophone technology.
Centering Information Literacy (as) Skills and Civic Engagement in the Basic Communication Course: An Integrated Course Library Collaboration
This article describes a course-library partnership to integrate information literacy instruction with a basic communication course.
ELL Teachers' attitudes of Google Earth for inquiry-based instruction on ELL students' language development in a rural New England state
This article contains an investigation of factors predicting the intentions of English Language Learner (ELL) teachers to use Google Earth for language development instruction.
Exploring Interpersonal Communication in Hospice Interdisciplinary Team Meetings
Article on exploring interpersonal communication in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings.
Family Perspectives on the Hospice Experience in Adult Family Homes
Article on family perspectives on the hospice experience in adult family homes.
Grandparents Raising Exceptional Children
This paper discusses research into grandparents raising children with disabilities.
Grandparents Raising Exceptional Children [Presentation]
Presentation for the 2006 University Scholars Day at the University of North Texas discussing research on personal, family, and school issues that grandparents experience as primary caregivers for grandchildren.
How to Hook a Hottie: Teenage Boys, Hegemonic Masculinity, and Cosmo Girl! Magazine
This book chapter discusses different media texts targeted at a different audience, magazines written for an audience of teenaged girls, which also work to naturalize male sexuality as aggressive and predatory. The authors study advice columns and articles in these magazines that depict teenaged boys as sexually forceful and emotionally stunted, and that encourage girl readers to expect and enable such behaviors.
Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Hospice Team Meetings
Article on interdisciplinary collaboration in hospice team meetings.
This presentation is part of the faculty lecture series UNT Speaks Out on the 2012 Presidential Primaries. In this presentation, the author uses his background in rhetoric and debate, as well as his interests in ideological criticism, and the politics of representation to comment on the candidates' rhetoric.
Negotiating In The 21st Century: Bridging The Gap Between Technology And Hostage Negotiation
This paper discusses research on negotiating in the 21st century.
A Noninferiority Trial of a Problem-Solving Intervention for Hospice Caregivers: In Person versus Videophone
Article discussing in person versus videophone and a noninferiority trial of a problem-solving intervention for hospice caregivers.
Opting Out: Parents Creating Contested Spaces to Challenge Standardized Tests
This article explores how the opt-out movement has responded to the combination of a stringent federal policy with weak and often variable implementation among the states.
The Phases of Disaster as a Relationship Between Structure and Meaning: A Narrative Analysis of the 1947 Texas City Explosion
This article examines phases of disaster response and recovery as a sociological problem.
Problem-Solving Abilities and Feelings of Control: A Work in Progress
Poster presentation for the 2009 University Scholars Day at the University of North Texas discussing research on problem-solving abilities and feelings of control.
Problem Solving Interventions: An Opportunity for Hospice Social Workers to Better Meet Caregiver Needs
Article on an opportunity for hospice social workers to better meet caregiver needs and problem solving interventions.
Question asking by family caregivers in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings
Article on question asking by family caregivers in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings.
Reciprocal Suffering: Caregiver Concerns During Hospice Care
Article on caregiver concerns during hospice care and reciprocal suffering.
Recruitment Challenges and Strategies in a Home-Based Telehealth Study
Article on recruitment challenges and strategies in a home-based telehealth study.
The Role of the Hospice Medical Director as Observed in Interdisciplinary Team Case Reviews
Article on the role of the hospice medical director as observed in interdisciplinary team case reviews.
Rooting the Study of Communication Activism in an Attempted Book Ban
This article discusses how strong, sustained university-community partnerships can mitigate criticism and skepticism when scholars and their students delve into political and contested questions.
Sharing atrocity stories in hospice: A study of niceness message strategies in interdisciplinary team meetings
Article on sharing atrocity stories in hospice and a study of niceness message strategies in interdisciplinary team meetings.
Social Work Role in Pain Management with Hospice Caregivers: A National Survey
Article on a national survey of the social work role in pain management with hospice caregivers.
Stress Variances Among Informal Hospice Caregivers
Article on stress variances among informal hospice caregivers.
A study of information flow in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings
Article on a study of information flow in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings.
A Systematic Review of the Evidence Base for Telehospice
Article on a systematic review of the evidence base for telehospice.
Technologies to Support End of Life Care
Article discussing the current level of utilization of informatics systems in hospice and palliative care and two projects that highlight the role of informatics applications for hospice informal caregivers.
"They're Part of the Team": Participant Evaluation of the ACTIVE
Article discussing a qualitative study to evaluate an intervention (ACTIVE) that utilized videophone technology to include patients and/or their family caregivers in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings.
The Use of Videophones for Patient and Family Participation in Hospice Interdisciplinary Team Meetings: A Promising Approach
Article on the use of videophones for patient and family participation in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings.
Use of videophones to deliver a cognitive-behavioural therapy to hospice caregivers
Article on the use of videophones to deliver a cognitive-behavioural therapy to hospice caregivers.
Video-mediated Communication in Hospice Interdisciplinary Team Meetings: Examining Technical Quality and Content
Article on examining technical quality and content and video-mediated communication in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings.
What Patients and Families Don't Hear: Backstage Communication in Hospice Interdisicplinary Team Meetings
Article on the backstage communication in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings and what families and patients don't hear.
What's Wrong with Me?: An Autoethnographic Investigation of the Co-Cultural Communicative Practices of Living with Tourette Syndrome During Adolesence
This article uses an autoethnographic methodology to explore a diagnosis of Tourette Syndrome.
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