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Boing, Elaine A. (2017)
Master's Thesis
Committee Chair / Thesis Adviser: Goodman, Michael
Committee Members: Escoffery, Ngoc Cam
Research Fields: Public health; Epidemiology; Behavioral sciences
Partnering Agencies: National or regional non-profit organization (e.g., American Cancer Society)
Keywords: breast cancer; cancer survivorship; marital status; quality of life; social support
Program: Rollins School of Public Health, Epidemiology (Epidemiology)
Permanent url: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/s1jqd
Lava, Michael Solomon (2017)
Master's Thesis
Committee Chair / Thesis Adviser: Sevransky, Jonathan
Committee Members: Klein, Mitchel ; Escoffery, Ngoc Cam
Research Fields: Medicine
Keywords: Surrogate decision making; Patient decision making; End-of-life decision making
Program: Laney Graduate School, Clinical Research Curriculum Program
Permanent url: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/rz650
Morris, DeAndra Renea (2016)
Master's Thesis
Committee Chair / Thesis Adviser: Jacob Arriola, Kimberly R
Committee Members: Comeau, Dawn L ; Escoffery, Ngoc Cam ; Nehl, Eric J.
Research Fields: Public health; Behavioral sciences; Health sciences
Partnering Agencies: CDC
Keywords: asthma; emerging adults; health care utilization; health care use; ACBS; BRFSS; asthmatic; predisposing factors; enabling factors; need factors; Arnett’s Emerging Adulthood Development Theory; Andersen’s Behavioral Model of Health Services Use; young adults; transition; transition in health care; Asthma Call-Back Survey; pediatric; adult health care
Program: Rollins School of Public Health, Behavioral Sciences and Health Education
Permanent url: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/rjz21