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Bibiliography and Abstracts of RIAS Studies through 2014

Following are abstracts of RIAS studies, listed in alphabetical order by first author. Just click on a letter below to view the abstracts by the author's last name. Monographs and doctoral theses have their own page.

A     B     C     D     E     F     G     H     I     J     K     L     M     N     O     P     Q     R     S

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Monographs and Doctoral Theses

Abdel-Tawab, NG. Provider-cllient communication in family planning clinics in Egypt: Styles, predictors and associations with client outcomes. Dr.PH Thesis, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. Baltimore Maryland, 1995.

Aqil, A. Performance and its correlates: A study of family welfare workers in Pakistan. DrPH Thesis, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. Baltimore Maryland, 1997.

Bensing J. Doctor-patient communication and the quality of care. An observation study into affective and instrumental behavior in general practice. NIVEL, Utrecht, Holland. 1991. ISBN 90-6905-144-3.

Brink-Muinen A. Gender, health and health care in general practice. NIVEL, Utrecht, Holland. 1996. ISBN 90-6905-302-0.

Brink-Muinen, A, Verhaak PFM, Bensing JM. The Eurocommunication Study. An international comparative study in six European countries on doctor-patient communication in general practice. NIVEL, Utrecht, Holland. 1999. ISBN 90-6905-444-2.

Caris-Verhallen WMCM. Nurse-patient communication in elderly care. An observation study into verbal and nonverbal communication in nursing practice. NIVEL, Utrecht, Holland. 1999. ISBN 90-6905-366-7.

Hulsman RL. Communication skills of medical specialists in oncology. Development and evaluation of a computer-assisted instruction program. NIVEL, Utrecht, Holland. 1998. ISBN 90-6905-366-7.

Newes Adeyi G. Getting the client involved: comprehensive evaluation of a pilot training to improve WIC growth monitoring counseling sesseions in New York State. PhD Thesis, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. Baltimore Maryland, 1996.

Ong LML. Communication between doctors and cancer patients: taping the initial consultation. Thesis, University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Medicine. 2000. ISBN 90-9013436-0.

Renaud DB. Doctor-patient communication in chronic disease clinics in Trinidad. PhD Thesis, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. Baltimore Maryland, 1998.

Tates K. Doctor-parent-child communication. A multi-perspective analysis. Utrecht. Nivel, 2001.

Zeaske JA. Computer use during the pediatric visit: Patterns and predictors. PhD Thesis, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. Baltimore Maryland, 2000.

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