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The Changing Face of Justice: The Evolution of Problem Solving

of Problem Solving Authors Joseph Gubbay, Morris Hoffman, Martin Karopkin, Marilyn Roberts, Bruce Winick, and Lisa Smith THE CHANGING FACE OF JUSTICE: THE EVOLUTION OF PROBLEM SOLVING PANELISTS ... human face. We need to help people. We need to help them solve their problems. And, of course, courts have always done that, and I think now they are beginning to do it with newer tools. Lisa Smith

“Quiet at Night”: Reduced overnight vital sign monitoring linked to both safety and improvements in patients’ perception of hospital sleep quality

Stiver, Nandini Sharma, kayla geller, lisa smith, julie stephens, emile daoud, susan moffatt-bruce, and ernest mazzaferri This research is available in Patient Experience Journal: http://pxjournal.org

Associations between self-perception of weight, food choice intentions, and consumer response to calorie information: a retrospective investigation of public health center clients in Los Angeles County before the implementation of menu-labeling regulation

Background Although obesity continues to rise and remains a great public health concern in the U.S., a number of important levers such as self-perception of weight and calorie postings at point-of-purchase in restaurants are still not well-characterized in the literature, especially for low-income and minority groups in Los Angeles County (LAC). To study this gap, we examined the...

‘You’re 16…you should probably be on the pill’: Girls, the non-reproductive body, and the rhetoric of self-control

at the time of the interview and had started taking the pill when she was 15. She indicated that it was very important for her to avoid pregnancy. When I asked Hannah Lisa Smith, ‘You’re 16…you should

Walking the Regulatory Tightrope: Balancing Bullies

By Lisa Smith-Butler, Published on 01/01/13 ... Nova Law Review Lisa Smith-Butler - 2013 Article 2 WALKING THE REGULATORY TIGHTROPE: BALANCING BULLIES’ FREE SPEECH RIGHTS AGAINST THE RIGHTS OF VICTIMS TO BE LET ALONE WHEN REGULATING OFF CAMPUS

Costing the supply chain for delivery of ACT and RDTs in the public sector in Benin and Kenya

Background Studies have shown that supply chain costs are a significant proportion of total programme costs. Nevertheless, the costs of delivering specific products are poorly understood and ballpark estimates are often used to inadequately plan for the budgetary implications of supply chain expenses. The purpose of this research was to estimate the country level costs of the...

The effect of adding group-based counselling to individual lifestyle counselling on changes in dietary intake. The Inter99 study – a randomized controlled trial

Background Few studies have investigated the specific effect of single intervention components in randomized controlled trials. The purpose was to investigate the effect of adding group-based diet and exercise counselling to individual life-style counselling on long-term changes in dietary habits. Methods The study was a randomized controlled intervention study. From a general...

Epidemiologic Investigation of a Cluster of Workplace HIV Infections in the Adult Film Industry: Los Angeles, California, 2004

Background. Adult film production is a legal, multibillion dollar industry in California. In response to reports of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) transmission by an adult film worker, we sought to determine the extent of HIV infection among exposed workers and to identify means of improving worker safety. Methods. The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services...