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  • Fast photochemistry in wintertime haze: Consequences for pollution mitigation strategies. [Journal Article]
    Environ Sci Technol 2019Lu K, Fuchs H, … Zhang Y
  • In contrast to summer smog, the contribution of photochemistry to the formation of winter haze in northern mid-to-high latitude is generally assumed to be minor due to reduced solar UV and water vapor concentrations. Our comprehensive observations of atmospheric radicals and relevant parameters during several haze events in winter 2016 Beijing, however, reveal surprisingly high hydroxyl radical (…
  • Understandability, actionability, and readability of online patient education materials about diabetes mellitus. [Journal Article]
    Am J Health Syst Pharm 2019; 76(3):182-186Lipari M, Berlie H, … Moser L
  • CONCLUSIONS: This was a descriptive study that identified printable diabetes education materials through an online search. Materials were included from the following sources: national organizations with materials approved by expert panels, corporations with materials subject to FDA approval, and not-for-profit organizations with inter-professional advisory boards to approve materials. Topics included were basic knowledge of diabetes, hypoglycemia, insulin, and blood sugar goals. Materials were excluded if they were non-printable, contained active links, had a publication date prior to January 2011, were greater than 2 pages in length, or were pediatric focused. Understandability and actionability of the patient education materials were evaluated using the Patient Education Materials Assessment Tool (PEMAT). Descriptive statistics and inter-rater reliability analysis using the kappa statistic were utilized. Readability was assessed using the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level and Simple Measure of Gobbledygook (SMOG) formula. Pearson correlation coefficient was calculated to assess the relationship between reading grade level and PEMAT scores. In total, 25 websites were identified, 5 of which met the inclusion criteria; 13 patient education materials were included, PEMAT scoring revealed that 4 of these met the criteria for understandability and only 1 met the criteria for actionability. There was no correlation found between PEMAT scores and reading grade levels (Pearson correlation coefficient = -0.30, p = 0.325).The majority of diabetes patient education materials reviewed scored poorly using the PEMAT. Future development of diabetes patient education materials should be designed with the goal of increasing understandability and actionability.
  • Using SMOG 2 to Simulate Complex Biomolecular Assemblies. [Journal Article]
    Methods Mol Biol 2019; 2022:129-151Levi M, Bandarkar P, … Whitford PC
  • Over the last 20 years, the application of structure-based (Gō-like) models has ranged from protein folding with coarse-grained models to all-atom representations of large-scale molecular assemblies. While there are many variants that may be employed, the common feature of these models is that some (or all) of the stabilizing energetic interactions are defined based on the knowledge of a particul…
  • Erratum. [Journal Article]
    J Child Health Care 2019; :1367493519864764
  • Phonpruk K, Flowers, K, Naughton G, et al. (2019). Analysis of written resources for parents of children discharged from a paediatric emergency department. Journal of Child Health Care. Epub ahead of print 3 June 2019. DOI: 10.1177/1367493519852460 In this article, the layout of Table 2 was not wholly correct. The revised table with the correct layout is given below. All the subsequent versions o…
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