“Linking Uninsured Patients Treated In The Emergency Department To Primary Care Shows Some Promise In Maryland” was written by Theresa Y. Kim, Karoline Mortensen, and Barbara Eldridge and published in the journal Health Affairs .
· A prominent British medical journal on Tuesday retracted a 1998 research paper that set off a sharp decline in vaccinations in Britain after the ...
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The PCORnet Council, the main governing body of PCORnet, has approved the slates for PCORnet’s Executive Committee, welcoming three new committee members and appointing a new committee chair. Kiely Law, research associate in the Department of Pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and co-founder of the Interactive Autism Network (IAN), has joined the … Continue reading PCORnet Executive Committee Welcomes Three New Members, Names New Chair →
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In 1938, the psychologist Joseph Jastrow wrote that much of the evidence for extrasensory perception collected by Rhine and other parapsychologists was anecdotal, biased, dubious and the result of "faulty observation and familiar human frailties".  Rhine's experiments were discredited due to the discovery that sensory leakage or cheating could account for all his results such as the subject being able to read the symbols from the back of the cards and being able to see and hear the experimenter to note subtle clues.