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IMPACT - Integrative Medicine PrimAry Care Trial: protocol for a comparative effectiveness study of the clinical and cost outcomes of an integrative primary care clinic model Patricia M Herman, Sally E Dodds, Melanie D Logue, Ivo Abraham, Rick A Rehfeld, Amy J Grizzle, Terry F Urbine, Randy Horwitz, Robert L Crocker and Victoria H Maizes BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2014. 14:132 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6882/14/132
When a Whole Practice Model Is the Intervention: Developing Fidelity Evaluation Components Using Program Theory-Driven Science for an Integrative Medicine Primary Care Clinic. Dodds S, Herman P, Sechrest L, Abraham I, Logue M, Grizzle A, Rehfeld R, Urbine T, Horwitz R, Crocker R, Maizes V. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2013. Article ID 652047 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3863495/
Increasing resident recruitment into family medicine: Effect of a unique curriculum in integrative medicine. Lebensohn, P, Dodds, S, Brooks, AJ, Cook, P, Guerrera, M, Sierpina, V, Teets, R, Woytowicz, J, & Maizes, V. Explore. 2014. 10(3):187-192.
Resident wellness behaviors: Relationship to stress, depression, and burnout. Lebensohn P, Dodds S, Benn R, Brooks AJ, Birch M, Cook C, Schneider C, Sroka S, Waxman D, Maizes V. Fam Med. 2013. 45(8):541-549.
Family medicine residency program directors attitudes and knowledge of family Medicine CAM competencies. Gardiner P, Filippelli AC, Lebensohn P, Robert Bonakdar R. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing. 2013. 9(5):299-307.
Recommended integrative medicine competencies for family medicine residents. Locke, A, Gordon, A, Guerrera, M, Gardiner, P, Lebensohn, P. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing. 2013. 9(5):308-313.
Resident wellness behaviors: Relationship to stress, depression, and burnout. Lebensohn, P, Dodds, S, Benn, R, Brooks, AJ, Birch, M, Cook, P, Schneider, C, Sroka, S, & Waxman, D. Family Medicine. 2013. 45(8):541-549.
Integrative Medicine in Residency education: Developing competency through online curriculum training. Lebensohn, P, Kligler, B, Dodds, S, Schneider, C, Sroka, S, Benn, R, Cook, P, Guerrera, M, Low Dog, T, Sierpina, V, Teets, R, Waxman, D, Woytowicz, J, Weil, A, & Maizes, V. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2012. 3(1): 76-82.
Characteristics of residents and training sites influence successful completion of the Integrative Medicine Residency Program. Lebensohn, P, Dodds, S, Kligler, B, Brooks, A, Cook, P, & Maizes, V. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2012. 12(Suppl 1), P254. Abstract for the 2012 International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine & Health. Portland, OR; May 15-18
Relationships Among Well-being and Wellness Behaviors Over Time in Residents in Eight Family Medicine Residencies. Dodds, S, Brooks, A, Woytowicz, J, Cook, P, Benn, R, Maizes, V & Lebensohn, P. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2012. 12(Suppl 1), O18. Oral presentation at the 2012 International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine & Health. Portland, OR; May 15-18
Well-being and Wellness Behaviors Among Family Medicine Residents: An Exploratory Descriptive Study. Brooks, A, Dodds, S, Guerrera, M, Cook, P, Benn, R, & Lebensohn, P. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2012. 12(Suppl 1), P394. Abstract for the 2012 International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine & Health. Portland, OR; May 15-18
Integrative Medicine and Patient Centered Care. Maizes V, Rakel, D, Neimiec C. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing. 2009. 4(5):227-289.
Integrative Medicine in Residency: Assessing curricular needs in eight programs. Benn, R, Maizes, V, Guerrera, M, Sierpina, V, Cook, P, & Lebensohn, P. Family Medicine 2009. 41, 708-714.
Measuring the "whole system" outcome of an educational innovation: Experience from the integrative family medicine program. Kligler B, Lebensohn P, Koithan M, Schneider C, Rakel D, Cook P, Kohatsu W, & Maizes V. Family Medicine 2009. 41(5): 342-349.
Teaching Spirituality on the Web: Experiences from the University of Arizona Associate Fellowship in Integrative Medicine Craigie, F., Silverman, H, Maizes, V. Explore! For the Professional 2007. 16(7).
Evolution of Integrative Medical Education. Victoria Maizes, Randy Horwitz, Patricia Lebensohn, Hilary McClafferty, James Dalen, Andrew Weil Journal of Integrative Medicine September 2015. Vol. 13, No. 5, September 2015
A Deficiency of Nutrition Education in Medical Training. Stephen Devries, MD; James E. Dalen, MD, MPH; David M. Eisenberg, MD; Victoria Maizes, MD; Dean Ornish, MD; Arti Prasad, MD; Victor Sierpina, MD; Andrew T. Weil, MD; Walter Willett, MD, DrPH The American Journal of Medicine June, 2014. PDF <110 KB>
Assessing safety of herbal products for menopausal complaints: An international perspective. Low Dog, T, Marles R, Mahady G, et al. Maturitas 2010. 66:355-62 PDF <450 KB>
INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE AND PATIENT-CENTERED CARE. Victoria Maizes, MD, David Rakel, MD, and Catherine Niemiec EXPLORE September/October 2009. Vol 5, Number 5 PDF <173 KB>
The use of botanicals during pregnancy and lactation.. Low Dog, T. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine Jan.-Feb 2009. 15(1):54-8 PDF <110 KB>
The state of dietary supplement adverse event reporting in the United States. Gardiner P, Sarma DN, Low Dog T, et al. Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf. 10-17-2008. Oct;17(10):962-70. PDF <101 KB>
United States Pharmacopeia review of the black cohosh case reports of hepatotoxicity.. Mahady GB, Low Dog T, Barrett ML, et al. Menopause 2008 Jul-Aug;15. (4 Pt 1):628-38. PDF <155 KB>
Competency-based evaluation tools for integrative medicinetraining in family medicine residency: a pilot study. Benjamin Kligler, Mary Koithan, Victoria Maizes, Meg Hayes,Craig Schneider, Patricia Lebensohn and Susan Hadley BMC Medical Education 2007. 7:7 PDF <254 KB>
The Integrative Family Medicine Program: An Innovation in Residency Education. Maizes V. et. al. Academic Medicine June 2006. Vol. 81, No. 6 PDF <70 KB>
Menopause: a review of botanical dietary supplements. Tieraona Low Dog The American Journal of Medicine 19 December 2005. Volume 118, Issue 12, Supplement 2, Pages 98-108 PDF <162 KB>
Reducing the Risk of Breast Cancer: nutritional strategies. Maizes V. Explore March 2005. Vol. 1, No. 2
Ethics, Education and Integrative Medicine (Op-Ed) Maizes V & Horwitz R. Ethics Journal of the American Medical Association Nov 2004. 6 (11)
Core Competencies in Integrative Medicine for Medical School Curricula: A Proposal. B Kligler, MD, MPH, V Maizes, MD, S Schachter, MD, CM Park, MD, PhD, T Gaudet, MD, R Benn, PhD, R Lee, MD, and RN Remen, MD Academic Medicine June 2004. vol. 79, no. 6 PDF <97 KB>
One Size Does Not Fit All: Aptitude x Treatment Interaction (ATI) as a Conceptual Framework for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Outcome Research. Part 1-What Is ATI Research?. Opher Caspi, MD, PhD and IRIS R Bell, MD, PhD The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 2004. Volume 10, Number 3 pp. 580-586 PDF <2.6mb>
Integrative Medical Education: Development and Implementation of a Comprehensive Curriculum at the University of Arizona. Victoria Maizes, MD, Craig Schneider, MD, Iris Bell, MD, PhD, MD(H), and Andrew Weil, MD Academic Medicine 2002. PDF <153kb>
Integrative medicine and systematic outcomes research: issues in the emergence of a new model for primary health care. Bell, I, Caspi O, Schwartz GER, Grant K, Gaudet T, Rychener D, Maizes V, Weil A. Arch Int Med 162:133-140 2002. PDF <118kb>
Revisiting the Health History: An Integrative Medicine Approach. Victoria Maizes, MD, Karen Koffler, MD, and Susan Fleishman International Journal of Integrative Medicine June/July 2002 . Vol.4 No. 3. PDF <1.13mb>
The Tower of Babel: Communication and Medicine. An Essay on Medical Education and Complementary-Alternative Medicine. Opher Caspi, MD; Iris R. Bell, MD, PhD; David Rychener, PhD; Tracy W. Gaudet, MD; Andrew T. Weil, MD. ARCH INTERN MED 2000. 160:3193-3195 PDF <107kb>
The principles and challenges of integrative medicine: More than a combination of conventional and alternative medicine Maizes V & Caspi O. West J Med. Sept 1999. 171(3):148-9