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Articles and Scholarly Works (Twin Cities)  [179]

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On the Feasibility of RTapp™ as a Daily Delivered Dose Evaluation Tool for Adaptive Lung Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT)

Unknown author (2020-08)
RTapp™ is a daily dose evaluation software developed by ©SegAna LLC. It utilizes deformable image registration (DIR) to update patient anatomy based on daily cone-beam CT and assess the dose distribution according to the ...

Inclusion in the Outdoors to Address Social Determinants of Health with Wilderness Inquiry

Newcome, Elle Maureen (2019)
Outdoor time is important for maximizing health. Unfortunately, certain social determinants of health (SDH) — such as low socioeconomic status, differing physical abilities, and lack of knowledge of how to engage in an ...

Evaluating Cannabis Cessation Treatment to Address Cannabis Hyperemesis Syndrome: Critically Appraised Topic

Newcome, Elle Maureen (2020)
In individuals with Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) in addition to Cannabis cessation motivational interviewing (MI) leads to reduction of cannabis use at short-term follow up ...

Effective Assessment of Torture Survivors for Optimal Care in the Primary Care Setting

Newcome, Elle Maureen (2020)
Given the prevalence of individuals who have survived torture living in the United States of America, it is important to screen for torture in the primary care setting to optimize patient health. This presentation introduces ...

Cloth Face Masks Worn in the Community Setting: Plain Language Summary and Disease-Oriented Evidence

Newcome, Elle Maureen (2020)
Cloth Mask Use in Community Setting May be Effective in Reducing the Spread of COVID-19: Disease-Oriented Evidence. In situations where there are limited supplies, homemade face masks should be considered to block droplet ...

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