As Bertocchi et al. (2015) show, a method such as informed 5 peer review may generate rankings quite similar to bibliometrics, but peer review may be much more expensive. We look at two families. Brown, V. B., Harris, M., & Fallot, R. (2014). Moving toward trauma-informed practice in addiction treatment: A collaborative model of agency assessment. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 45(5), 386-393. doi: 10.1080/02791072.2013.844381Tracy, M. E., Laudetb, B. A., Mina, O. M., Kima, H., Browna, S., Juna, K. M. & Singera, L. (2012). Prospective patterns and correlates of quality of life among women in substance abuse treatment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 124, 242–249. doi:10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2012.01.010
Linden, I. A., Torchalla, I., & Krausz, M., (2013). Addiction in maternity: prevalence of mental illness, substance use, and trauma. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 22(10), 1070-1084. doi: 10.1080/10926771.2013.845279 Earlier this year Channel 4's Dispatches shone a light on misleading marketing practices used by multinational companies to promote infant formula.1 That same week The BMJ went public with its decision to stop accepting advertising for infant formula.2 Its announcement received a mixed reception on social media and reignited discussions among the public and medical professionals around. The Role of Indicators in Informed Peer Review The peer review process for journal publication is essentially a quality control mechanism. It is a process by which experts evaluate scholarly works, and its objective is to ensure a high quality of published science. Read this article to understand peer review and editorial decision-making process in detail
Beyond: Undergraduate Research Journal (Journals). ISSN 2332-130x. The Beyond: Undergraduate Research Journal is the peer-reviewed research publication of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Office of Undergraduate Research. The journal features research manuscripts, literature reviews, and technical reports by undergraduate students at the Daytona Beach, Prescott, and Worldwide campuses The informed peer review process was managed as for a scientific journal with two independent editors. Each article was first assigned to two panelists with expertise in the article's specific field of research Human Subjects in Peer Review Regulations require that peer reviewers take into account the adequacy of the proposed protections for humans in determining the overall impact that the research in the application could have on the research field In this type of peer review the author does not know who the reviewers are. This is the most common form of peer review among science journals. Enhancing Substance Abuse Recovery Through Integrated Trauma Treatment This publication was prepared in June 2004 by the National Trauma Consortium for the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) under contract number 270-2003-00001-0001. James Herrell, PhD, MPH, served as the CSAT Government project officer. Writers were Norm
Some companies have turned to peer review systems -- either on their own or as part of a 360-degree review program which includes other components such as self-review and assessments by managers Peer review. This article has been subject to external double-blind peer review and has been checked for plagiarism using automated software. Correspondence. email@example.com. Conflict of interest. None declared. Young J, Taylor J, Paterson B et al (2019) Trauma-informed practice: a paradigm shift in the education of mental health nurses Beals, J., Belcourt-Dittloff, A., Garroutte, E. M., Croy, C., Jervis, L. L., Whitesell, N. R., ... & Manson, S. M. (2013). Trauma and conditional risk of posttraumatic stress disorder in two American Indian reservation communities. Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology, 48(6), 895-905.Goldstein, A. L., Wekerle, C., Tonmyr, L., Thornton, T., Waechter, R., Pereira, J., Chung, R. (2011). The relationship between post-traumatic stress symptoms and substance use among adolescents involved with child welfare: Implications for emerging adulthood. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 9(5), 507-524. doi: 10.1007/s11469-011-9331-8
The Signature section has to have at the very least a place for participant's name, signature and date, and the researcher's name, signature and date ().In special cases, for example, obtaining consent for an illiterate person or someone with dementia, the signature document must have provisions for the witness and or legally authorized representative to sign, as appropriate This digital collection of peer-reviewed articles is authored by counselors, for counselors. review current research and evidence-informed practice in Uhernik, J. A., & Husson, M. A. (2009). Psychological first aid: An evidence informed approach for acute disaster behavioral health response. In G. R. Walz, J. C. Bleuer, & R. K. Yep (Eds. West, A. E., & Newman, D. L. (2011). The emergence of problems in adolescence for American Indian and Alaska Native children. American Indian and Alaska Native children and mental health: Development, context prevention, and treatment, 132-154. anonymous and double-blind, informed peer review is anonymous, but the referees know the identity of the authors of the item. Further, in the type of informed peer review adopted by the VQR, the evaluation refers to published journal articles, not unpublished manuscripts (as is the case when journals peer review submitted papers). Since the.
LaFlair, L. N., Reboussin, B. A., Storr, C. L., Letourneau, E., Green, K. M., Mojtabai, R., Pacek, L. R., Alvanzo, A. A. H, Cullen, B., & Crum, R. M. (2013). Childhood abuse and neglect and transitions in stages of alcohol involvement among women: A latent transition analysis approach. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 132, 491-498. During the Italian research assessment exercise, the national agency ANVUR performed an experiment to assess agreement between grades attributed to journal articles by informed peer review (IR) and by bibliometrics. A sample of articles was evaluated by using both methods and agreement was analyzed by weighted ohens kappas Stover, C. S., Hall, C., McMahon, T. J., & Easton, J. C. (2012). Fathers entering substance abuse treatment: An examination of substance abuse, trauma symptoms and parenting behaviors. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 43, 335-343. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsat.2011.12.012
McLaughlin, K. A., Koenen, K. C., Hill, E. D. Petukhova, M., Sampson, N. A., Zaslavsky, A. M, & Kessler, R. C. (2013). Trauma exposure and posttraumatic stress disorder in a national Sample of adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 52(8), 815-830.Peer review is a foundational element of Globally Informed. Peer Reviewers provide kind, helpful, and specific feedback to improve the quality of each author’s work. Through the unique expertise contributed by each peer reviewer we ensure that we are sharing practices and engaging in work that matters for the greater community of international educators.
Rapid peer review was obtained for each topic area following methodological support from Healthcare Improvement Scotland; it should not replace individual clinical judgements and the sources cited should be checked. It does not form a directive and should be used by individuals to frame an informed discussion with their clinicians In this type of peer review the reviewers don't know the identity of authors, and vice versa. This is the most common form of peer review amongst social science and humanities journals. On March 16, 2020, well into the throes of the coronavirus pandemic, Bob Patterson, CPA, CGMA, owner of Patterson & Company CPAs in Louisville and Lexington, Ky., began talking with clients via phone at 7:30 a.m. Fourteen hours later, at 9:30 p.m., he had spoken with 31 clients, most of them restaurant owners in desperate need of a listening ear The following contexts were found to impact mechanisms: school setting, clinician MI proficiency, parental involvement, and peer involvement. This realist-informed systematic review provides advances in understanding the mechanisms involved in MI for adolescent health behavior change The aim of the present work is to contrast the peer-review and bibliometrics approaches in national research assessments. Accepting that there is no one infallible evaluation method, the position of the authors is that for the natural and formal sciences, the bibliometric methodology8 is by far preferable to informed peer-review
Weiss, N. H., Tull, M. T., Lavender, J., & Gratz, K. L. (2013). Role of emotion dysregulation in the relationship between childhood abuse and probable PTSD in a sample of substance abusers. Child Abuse & Neglect, 37, 944-954. National research assessment exercises are becoming regular events in ever more countries. The present work contrasts the peer-review and bibliometrics approaches in the conduct of these exercises. The comparison is conducted in terms of the essential parameters of any measurement system: accuracy, robustness, validity, functionality, time and costs
SAMHSA's three Centers are always looking for grant peer review professionals who can evaluate applications for discretionary grants. SAMHSA chooses peer reviewers based on their knowledge, education, and experience. SAMHSA peer reviewers must: Be able to analyze grant applications effectively against specific criteria The duty to obtain a patient's informed consent is a non-delegable duty, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled, belonging solely to the physician conducting the surgery or treatment. The Court found no provisions in the Mcare Act allowing for information given by a physician's subordinates to satisfy the physician's burden to obtain informed. Wiley has partnered with Sense about Science for a decade, sponsoring resources and activities that promote an understanding of evidence and peer review to empower people in public life to make more informed decisions Glasner-Edwards, S., Mooney, L. J., Ang, A., Hillhouse, M., Rawson, R., & Methamphetamine Treatment Project Corporate Authors. (2013). Does posttraumatic stress disorder affect post-treatment methamphetamine use?. Journal of dual diagnosis, 9(2), 123-128. doi: 10.1080/15504263.2013.779157 We compare bibliometric evaluation of a sample of 590 journal articles with informed peer review. • We find fair to good agreement between informed peer review and bibliometric analysis. • We discuss the nature, implications, and limitations of this agreement
Informed consent and confidentiality are discussed in the context of counselors' use of the DSM diagnostic system. Considerations that can facilitate counselor diagnostic decision-making related to informed consent and confidentiality are identified in a case application. Suggestions that can enhance ethical diagnostic practices are provided Guided by state boards of medical practice, professional standards, peer review, informed consent, and legal standards. Certainty Tests products and procedures of unproven benefit to the patient Bobbie, L. H., and Tomczak, P. (2013). Trauma, psychiatric, substance use, and thought disorders among youth in the juvenile justice system and how to deal with them. Juvenile and Family Court Journal. 64(3), 29-40.Landau, J. L. (2013). Family and community resilience relative to the experience of mass trauma: Connectedness to family and culture of origin as the core components of healing. In Handbook of family resilience (pp. 459-480). Springer New York. Americans have reached a point where ignorance, especially of anything related to public policy, is an actual virtue, the scholar Tom Nichols writes in his timely new book, The Death of.
Jill Levenson, PhD, MSW, is associate professor of social work, Barry University, 11300 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores, FL 33161; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Social workers frequently encounter clients with a history of trauma. Trauma-informed care is a way of providing services by which social workers recognize the prevalence of early adversity. Within the peer movement in mental health (also referred to as the consumer, ex-patient, or survivor movement) there is a long tradition of people diagnosed with mental illnesses advocating for their rights. The trauma-informed approach in mental health owes a debt of gratitude to the peer movement Avoid smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, and co-sleeping on the sofa For most of human history, and in most parts of the world today, sharing a sleep surface (co-sleeping) with the primary caregiver—almost always the mother—has been the normal experience of most human infants. Such close contact has benefits for the baby, including facilitating breast feeding, and even in modern.
Smith, D. K., & Saldana, L. (2013). Trauma, delinquency, and substance use: co-occurring problems for adolescent grils in the juvenile justice system. Journal of child & adolescent substance abuse, 22(5), 450-465. doi: 10.1080/1067828X.2013.788895 Background Peer review is a beneficial pedagogical tool. Despite the abundance of data instructors often have about their students, most peer review matching is by simple random assignment. In fall 2008, a study was conducted to investigate the impact of an informed algorithmic assignment method, called Un‐weighted Overall Need (UON), in a course involving Model‐Eliciting Activities (MEAs. The peer review process is an essential part of ethical and scientific writing. Peer review ultimately helps improve articles by providing valuable feedback to the author and helps editors make a decision regarding publication. The peer reviewer should provide unbiased, constructive feedback regarding the manuscript Serving as a peer reviewer is a unique opportunity for professional growth. As a peer reviewer you will dig into articles that capture learning from a variety of disciplines, a range of international settings and vary in subject matter. You will have a chance to think deeply about the author’s work, provide constructive feedback and make recommendations for acceptance to the journal. Marcenko, M. O., Lyons, S. J., & Courtney, M. (2011). Mothers’ experiences, resources and needs: The context for reunification. Children and Youth Services Review, 33(3), 431-438. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2010.06.020
Calmes, S. M., Laux, J. M., Holly, L. S., Reynolds, J. R., Roseman, C. P., & Piazza, N. J. (2013). Childhood psychological trauma and first-year college students’ substance dependence. The American Counseling Association. 34, 70-80. doi: 10.1002/j.2161- 1874.2013.00016.xKilpatrick, D. G., Acierno, R., Saunders, B., Resnick, H. S., Best, C. L., & Schnurr, P. P. (2000). Risk factors for adolescent substance abuse and dependence: Data from a national sample. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 68(1), 19-30. doi: 10.1037/0022- 006X.68.1.19Nash, B. S., David, L., Wilkinson, J., Paradis, B., Kelley, S., Naseem, A., & Grant, K. M. (2011). Trauma and substance use disorders in rural and urban veterans. The Journal of Rural Health, 27(2), 151-158. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-0361.2010.00326.xAvailability of paid online scientific journals is out of the reach of young and intellectual scientists who cannot afford to access the data they require, thereby impeding the improvement of research. The shifting paradigm of accessibility of Scientific Journals has paved the way for publications through Open Access publishers such as OMICS International. OMICS International has taken the initiative of publishing Open Access articles through a list of Science Journals from various disciplines. A large number of scientists, research scholars, and various institutional young minds with keen scientific prospects are involved in literature review process to make the articles available through various publishing groups, including OMICS, PLoS One, and other Open Access publishers.However, other models have evolved which include key variations from the standard approach. These include:
. L., & Wieling, E. (2013). Psychological Trauma Among American Indian Families: A Two-Generation Study. Journal of Loss and Trauma. Common Ground Research Networks is working to change the way in which knowledge is valued. We measure quality by a criterion-based peer-review process, assessing the intellectual excellence and accessibility of the work against clearly articulated disciplinary standards Wechsler-Zimring, A., Kearney, C. A., Kaur, H., and Day, T. (2012). Posttraumatic stress disorder and removal from home as a primary, secondary, or disclaimed trauma in maltreated adolescents. Journal of Family Violence. 27, 813-818. doi: 10.1007/s10896-012-9467-8 It also helps the readers to trust the scientific integrity of the article and to make informed decisions where peer reviewer comments are available. The Peer Reviewer. After receiving a request to peer review it is essential that peer reviewers respond in a timely fashion, particularly if they cannot do the review, to avoid unnecessarily.
., Lanctot, N., Paquette, G., Collin-Vezina, D., & Lemieux, A. (2014). Girls in residential care: From child maltreatment to trauma-related symptoms in emerging adulthood. Child Abuse & Neglect, 38, 114-122.Dedesma, R. K., Kallivayali, D., Albanese, M. J., & Eisen. J. C. (2014). A slow suicide: the seemingly infinite cycle of alcohol and trauma in a middle-aged woman. Harvard Review of Psychiatry, 22(1), 46-54.
McCue Horwitz, S., Hurlburt, M. S., Heneghan, A., Zhang, J., Rolls-Reutz, J., Fisher, E., ... & Stein, R. E. (2012). Mental health problems in young children investigated by US child welfare agencies. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 51(6), 572-581. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3367393/Lesperance, T., Moore, K. A., Barrett, B., Young, S., Clark, C., & Ochshorn, E. (2011). Relationship between trauma and risky behavior in substance-abusing parents involved in a family dependency treatment court. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 20(2), 163-174. doi: 10.1080/10926771.2011.546752Slattery, M., Dugger, M. T., Lamb, T. A., & Williams, L. (2013). Catch, treat, and release: Veteran treatment courts address the challenges of returning home. Substance Use & Misuse. 48, 922-932. doi: 10.3109/10826084.2013.797468Globally Informed is a journal created for international educators who positively impact teaching and learning.
Obtaining informed consent is a cornerstone of biomedical research, yet participants comprehension of presented information is often low. The most effective interventions to improve understanding rates have not been identified. To systematically analyze the random controlled trials testing interventions to research informed consent process. The primary outcome of interest was quantitative. Bailey, H. N., De Oliveria, C. A., Wolfe, V. V., Evans, E. M., & Hartwick, C. (2012). The impact of childhood maltreatment history on parenting: A comparison of maltreatment types and assessment methods. Child Abuse & Neglect. 36, 236-246. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2011.11.005 Peer review is a gatekeeper, the final arbiter of what is valued in academia, but it has been criticized in relation to traditional psychological research criteria of reliability, validity. Since the emergence of social media in 2004, a growing percentage of patients use this technology for health related reasons. To reflect on the alleged beneficial and potentially harmful effects of social media use by patients, the aim of this paper is to provide an overview of the extant literature on the effects of social media use for health related reasons on patients and their. Lecomte, T., Mueser, K. T., MacEwan, G. W., Goldner, E., Thornton, A. E., Brink, J., Lang, D., Kang, S., Barr, A. M., & Honer, W. G. (2014). Relationships among depression, PTSD, methamphetamine abuse, and psychosis. Journal of Dual Diagnosis. 92(2), 115-122. doi: 10.1080/15504263.2013.778930
Momper, S. L., Dennis, M. K., & Mueller-Williams, A. C. (2012). Service provider views of OxyContin use on an Indian reservation: traumatic effects on the tribal community. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 93(4), 312-318. Research-informed teaching (RIT) opens the door to the world of research for our learners. It involves: Solent's creative, evidence-led and inspiring journal welcomes submissions for research articles, case studies, book reviews and opinion pieces to the editorial board, on any subject related to aspects of learning and teaching Gone, J. P. (2013). Redressing First Nations historical trauma: Theorizing mechanisms for indigenous culture as mental health treatment. Transcultural psychiatry, 50(5), 683-706. doi: 10.1177/1363461513487669Odenwald, M., & Semrau, P. (2013). Dropout among patients in qualified alcohol detoxification treatment: the effect of treatment motivation is moderated by Trauma Load. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 8(14), 1-11.
Closed peer review - where the reviewers are aware of the authors' identities but the authors' are never informed of the reviewers' identities. Double-blind peer review - where neither author nor reviewer is aware of each other's identities. Open peer review - where authors and reviewers are aware of each other's identity The identity of the author and the reviewers are known by all participants. There is a growing minority of journals using this form of peer review but popularity among reviewers is yet to be proven. Some journals may also publish the reviews together with final articles, and so readers see both the identity of the reviewers and their comments. This is only the case, however, with accepted articles. Analysis of an informed peer review matching algorithm and its impact on student work on model-eliciting activities. Matthew Alan Verleger, Purdue University. Abstract. Model-Eliciting Activities (MEAs) are realistic, open-ended, client-driven engineering problems designed to foster students' mathematical modeling abilities Atal S and Dunne F. Assessment of the understanding of informed consent including participants' experiences, and generation of a supplemental consent decision aid for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) research [version 1; peer review: 3 approved]
Elsevier authors can transfer their article submission from one journal to another for free if they are rejected, without the need to reformat, and often without needing further peer review. For this reason, reviewers are informed about the service and are asked for their consent for transferring their review report along with the manuscript to the receiver journal A small percentage of patients die during hospitalization or shortly thereafter. More or better nursing care may be able to prevent some of these deaths. However, stronger conclusions are impossible until research evaluates an intentional change in nurse staffing to improve patient outcomes Using a Trauma-Informed Approach. Smart Tips for Building and Utilizing a Trauma-Informed Lens in Your Task Force. Review agency policies and procedures to identify and remove any that are potentially unsafe and harmful to trafficking victims with histories of trauma. Make peer models and supports available This covers a broad variety of approaches in which a team of people work together to undertake the review. One format is to have two or more reviewers work together to review the paper, discuss their opinions and submit a unified report. Another approach is to have one or more reviewers collaborate with the author to improve the paper, until it reaches a publishable standard.Dube, S. R., Felitti, V. J., Dong, M., Chapman, D. P., Giles, W. H., & Anda, R. F. (2003). Childhood abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction and the risk of illicit drug use: the adverse childhood experiences study. Pediatrics, 111(3), 564-572. doi: 10.1542/peds.111.3.564
Tizzano, B. G. (2012). The interrelationship between sexuality and drug abuse: Sexual health as an important component in women’s recovery from trauma and substance abuse. The Journal of Global Drug Policy and Practice, 6(4), 1-10.Goodkind, J. R., Ross‐Toledo, K., John, S., Hall, J. L., Ross, L., Freeland, L., ... & Lee, C. (2011). Rebuilding trust: a community, multiagency, state, and university partnership to improve behavioral health care for American Indian youth, their families, and communities. Journal of community psychology, 39(4), 452-477. Peer Review Scheduling Forms. As part of the AICPA's transition to the new Peer Review Integrated Management Application (PRIMA), the current Information Required for Scheduling Peer Reviews (background) form will be discontinued as of April 20, 2017.. To allow staff sufficient time to process your information, all scheduling materials were required to be submitted to your Administering. Design-informed peer reviews (2) Pre-startup peer reviews The pur[pose of pre-startup peer review (PSUR) is to check the preparedness of the new NPP unit and readiness to safe and reliable start-up of the plant. The objective of the PSUR team is to verify that the operating organization an, in particular, the operators. Open Access Science Journals provide an unlimited, free access to the researched, scientific information to scholars, researchers, students and professionals, which enable them to copy, print, circulate innumerable number of copies at no cost. Open Access dissemination of scientific information has been gaining momentum globally as this method enhances the author’s visibility, by getting cited frequently. Scholarly Open Access Journals are boon to the promotion of scientific research of any discipline.
Schwandt, M. L., Heilig, M., Hommer, D. W., George, D. T., & Ramchandani, V. A. (2013). Childhood trauma exposure and alcohol dependence severity in adulthood: mediation by emotional abuse severity and neuroticism. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 37(6), 984-992. Accepted by peer-review 8/08/2015. Journal of Christian Nursing: October/December 2016 - Volume 33 - Issue 4 - p 206-213. doi: 10.1097/CNJ.0000000000000315. Trauma-informed care is an approach to engaging people with a history of life trauma that recognizes trauma symptoms and acknowledges the role trauma has played in their lives. Public health professionals are increasingly expected to engage in evidence-informed decision making to inform practice and policy decisions. Evidence-informed decision making involves the use of research evidence along with expertise, existing public health resources, knowledge about community health issues, the local context and community, and the political climate
4. King J (1986) Informed consent: A review of empirical evidence. Institute of Medical Ethics Bulletin supp 3: 1-17 5. Kour NW, Rauff A (1992) Informed consent - historical perspective and a clinician's view. Singapore Medical Journal 33:44-46 6 Peer review process; Cover image - February 2020 Complete anonymity is difficult to achieve, however, and informed consent should be obtained if there is any doubt. For example, masking the eye region in photographs of patients is inadequate protection of anonymity. If identifying characteristics are altered to protect anonymity, such as in. Goodkind, J. R., Hess, J. M., Gorman, B., & Parker, D. P. (2012). “We’re Still in a Struggle” Diné Resilience, Survival, Historical Trauma, and Healing. Qualitative health research, 22(8), 1019-1036.
Cody, M. W., & Beck, J. G. (2014). Physical injury, PTSD symptoms, and medication use: Examination in two trauma types. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 27, 74-81.The Transplant Peer Review Network (Tx PRN) is a collaborative consortium formed to ease the burden on peer reviewers, improve the publication process for authors, and reduce the time and effort involved in the peer review of transplantation research by sharing peer review with other journals participating in the Network. More detailed information can be found at www.wileytxnetwork.com.Dam, D., Ehring, T., Vedel. E., & Emmalkamp, P. M. G. (2013). Trauma-focused treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder combined with CBT for severe substance use disorder: A randomized controlled trial. BMC Psychiatry, 13, 172. The Centre for Educational Evaluation and Accountability at the UCL Institute of Education (IOE) is pioneering a new model of school-to-school peer review.. Unlike other forms of peer review, Research-informed Peer Review (RiPR) is not a 'mocksted' (a rehearsal to prepare for an Ofsted inspection). Instead, it involves the improvement of specific teaching and learning practices, such as the. Accessibility: Is the article engaging and accessible to a broad audience of international educators?
Literature related to the effectiveness of knowledge translation (KT) strategies used in public health is lacking. The capacity to seek, analyze, and synthesize evidence-based information in public health is linked to greater success in making policy choices that have the best potential to yield positive outcomes for populations. The purpose of this systematic review is to identify the. Content of this site is available under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License Copyright © 2020 - Open Access Publisher. All Rights Reserved. Just to point out that you don't necessarily need to oppose native and non-native speakers on this issue. It's true you can often guess the writer isn't a native speaker by the type of grammatical mistakes, but being a native speaker doesn't necessarily give any authority on grammar Lecomte, T.,Mueser, K. T., MacEwan, W., Thornton, A. E., Buchanan, T., Bouchard, V., Goldner, E., Brink J., Lang, D., Kang, S., Barr, A. M., & Honer, W.G. (2013). Predictors of persistent psychotic symptoms in persons with methamphetamine abuse receiving psychiatric treatment. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 201(12), 1085-1089. Trauma-Informed Peer Support Training This highly interactive, unique training brings together the values of peer support with trauma-informed approaches. Using a combination of presentation, discussion and individual and group exercises, attendees will emerge understanding how to effectively apply trauma-informed practices to peer support
Educating students to be responsible, informed, and engaged citizens in their workplaces and the larger community should be an expected goal for every major. Supported by a grant from the Endeavor Foundation, this issue of Peer Review highlights different departmental and disciplinary designs that incorporate learning for civic and social responsibility into the requirement Cohen, J. B., Dakof, G. A., & Duarte, E. (2011). Dependency drug court: An intensive intervention for traumatized mothers and young children. In Osofsky, J.D. (Ed.) Clinical Work with Traumatized Children. The Guilford Press: New York, NY. Retrieved from http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=W5iTcmv8GH8C&oi=fnd&pg=PA252&dq=Dependency+drug+court:+An+intensive+intervention+for+traumatized+mothers+and+young+children&ots=IB982e8aK9&sig=KzgM-n4jb0QWq51oL1k39PyoH_g#v=onepage&q=Dependency%20drug%20court%3A%20An%20intensive%20intervention%20for%20traumatized%20mothers%20and%20young%20children&f=false Furthermore, the interdisciplinary nature of this review highlights the timeframes and suggests the mechanisms whereby knowledge and understanding about trauma in other fields migrated into the field of teaching and teacher education. Specifically, this review focused on peer-reviewed articles across disciplines, published between 1998 and 2018 Cannavo, J.M., & Nochajski, T.H. (2011). Factors contributing to enrollment in a family treatment court. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 37(1), 54-61. doi:10.3109/00952990.2010.535579 Many accounts of informed consent in medical ethics claim that it is valuable because it supports individual autonomy. Unfortunately there are many distinct conceptions of individual autonomy, and their ethical importance varies. A better reason for taking informed consent seriously is that it provides assurance that patients and others are neither deceived nor coerced
Weiss, E. L., Coll, J. E., Mayeda, S., Mascarenas, J., Lawlor, K., & Debraber, T. (2014). An ecosystemic perspective in the treatment of posttraumatic stress and substance use disorders in veterans. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 12(2), 143-162. doi: 10.1080/1533256X.2012.676471Bender, K., Thompson, S. J., Ferguson, K., Komlo, C., Taylor, C., & Yoder, J. (2012). Substance use and victimization: Street-involved youths' perspectives and service implications. Children and Youth Services Review, 34(12), 2392-2399.BigFoot, D. S., & Funderburk, B. W. (2011). Honoring children, making relatives: The cultural translation of parent-child interaction therapy for American Indian and Alaska Native families. Journal of psychoactive drugs, 43(4), 309-318. General Peer Review Information. What is Nursing Peer Review (NPR)? [Tex. Occ. Code §303.001(5)] Nursing peer review is the evaluation of nursing services, the qualifications of a nurse, the quality of patient care rendered by a nurse, the merits of a complaint concerning a nurse or nursing care, and a determination or recommendation regarding a complaint including Pajulo, M., Pyykkönen, N., Kalland, M., Sinkkonen, J., Helenius, H., Punamäki, R. L., & Suchman, N. (2012). Substance‐abusing mothers in residential treatment with their babies: importance of pre‐and postnatal maternal reflective functioning. Infant mental health journal, 33(1), 70-81. doi: 10.1002/imhj.20342 Obtaining adequate informed consent from trauma patients is challenging and time-consuming. Healthcare providers must communicate complicated medical information to enable patients to make informed decisions. This study aimed to explore the challenges of obtaining valid consent and methods of improving the quality of the informed consent process for surgical procedures in trauma patients