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Physician-Patient Cost Conversations in Rheumatoid Arthritis: The Patient Experience at the Intersection of High Cost and Health Policy
The out-of-pocket cost burden associated with healthcare in the United States imposes broad hardship on patients. One quarter of Americans struggle to pay their healthcare bills, and over half of personal bankruptcy filings ...
#Activism: Tracking Twitter's Impact on Campaigns for Political Change
Since the turn of the century, the global community has experienced a constant wave of popular uprisings and public protests. The “Arab Spring” triggered a chain reaction that spread not just to the Eastern world, but also ...
Military Service and Civilian Labor Market Outcomes: Comparing Employment of Post-9/11 Veterans and Nonveterans
Veterans struggle to enter the civilian labor market following military service. Since the September 11 terrorist attacks, over 3.2 million Americans have served in the military. Upon returning home, these veterans are twenty ...
Student Knowledge and Understanding of Sexual Violence: A Case Study at Duke University
An estimated 20-25% of women experience sexual assault while at college. In response, institutions of higher education are improving their policies and working to educate students on the issue. The purpose of this study ...
Media Framing of the Ebola Crisis
This study examines the role of international media framing in coverage of Ebola. A quantitative content analysis compared framing techniques in Ebola coverage across BBC Monitoring, The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph ...
The Pro-Choice Republican's Political Right to Life
Abortion has evolved into a highly partisan issue that now defines both the Republican and Democratic parties. Though it remains a salient political issue, it is unclear how abortion affects vote choice in contemporary elections. ...