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Use of a chronic illness model of primary care with collocation and full integration of behavioral medicine specialists in primary care provides greater benefit to patients with decreased health care costs (Katon et al.
Korey is the chair of the American Diabetes Association's Behavioral Medicine and Psychology Interest Group, which is hosting The Art and Science of Behavioral Medicine Principles in the Diabetes Online Community panel.
Weight concerns affect motivation to remain abstinent from smoking postpartum, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 2006, 32(2): 147-153.
Titles include "Annals of Behavioral Medicine," "Early Education and Development," "Journal of Research on Adolescence" and "Pedagogies.
International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 4, 92-100.
HealingWorks Counseling Center--Counseling, behavioral medicine, wellness.
Robert Freedman, Director, Behavioral Medicine Division and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Wayne State University in Detroit, paced respiration was effective in controlling the frequency and intensity of hot flashes, with decreases averaging between 50 to 60 percent.
Many major medical, psychiatric and behavioral medicine journal have published on the topic (Underwood & Teresi, 2002).
The journal is a new release and will concentrate on topics such as opioid treatment strategies, behavioral medicine, quality of life issues, intervention techniques in pain management, and management of pain and sympto m control in HIV/AIDS.
gov; Sarah Knox, Behavioral Medicine Research Group, Division of Epidemiology and Clinical Applications, NHLBI, 6701 Rockledge Dr, MSC 7936, Bethesda, MD 20892-7936 USA, 301-435-0409, e-mail: knoxs@nhlbi.
Mills, professor of psychiatry and behavioral medicine at the University of California, San Diego, reported the results of the first 25 patients out of 50 that he plans to include in the study All presented with subjective sleep complaints of sleep latency greater than 30 minutes for 6 months or longer.
The IOM will assemble a panel of approximately 16 experts from a broad range of CAM and conventional disciplines, such as behavioral medicine, internal medicine, nursing, epidemiology, pharmacology, healthcare research and administration and education.

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