Angela Fagerlin, PhD, has received the American Psychological Association's 2009 Award for Outstanding Contributions to Health Psychology (Division 38, Junior Category).
A study by Beth Tarini, MD, has found that more than three-quarters of parents would be willing to permit use of their newborn's blood screening sample for research if their permis
is the title of a project assessing the impact of different features of a web-based decision aid to improve patient decision making for asymptomatic carotid disease.
Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, has found that 29% of cancer research published in high-impact journals disclosed a conflict of interest, including industry funding of the study or a stud
Caitlin Weber has been presented the 2009 Laurie Kittl Luzynski Administrative Professional Award.