J. Kapp
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US and Canadian physicians' attitudes and experiences regarding disclosing errors to patients.
T. Gallagher, A. Waterman, +5 authors W. Levinson
MedicineArchives of internal medicine
14 August 2006
TLDR
US and Canadian physicians' error disclosure attitudes and experiences are similar despite different malpractice environments, and reveal mixed feelings about disclosing errors to patients. Expand
203 Citations
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Research Recruitment Using Facebook Advertising: Big Potential, Big Challenges
J. Kapp, Colleen M Peters, D. Oliver
MedicineJournal of Cancer Education
6 January 2013
TLDR
This is the first study to report on Facebook advertising as an exclusive mechanism for recruiting women ages 35–49 years residing in the USA into a health-related research study using three Facebook advertisements.​Expand
129 Citations
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Association Between Exposure to Childhood and Lifetime Traumatic Events and Lifetime Pathological Gambling in a Twin Cohort
Jeffrey F. Scherrer, H. Xian, +4 authors S. Eisen
Psychology, Medicine
The Journal of nervous and mental disease
1 January 2007
TLDR
Exposure to childhood and lifetime traumatic events are significantly associated with problem and pathological gambling, and these associations are partially accounted for by psychiatric covariates and genetic and family environmental factors.Expand
97 Citations
4
Diabetes and Tooth Loss in a National Sample of Dentate Adults Reporting Annual Dental Visits
J. Kapp, S. Boren, S. Yun, J. LeMaster
MedicinePreventing chronic disease
15 June 2007
TLDR
Even among people reporting a recent dental visit, diabetes was independently associated with tooth loss. Expand
72 Citations
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Performance of first mammography examination in women younger than 40 years.
B. Yankaskas, S. Haneuse, J. Kapp, K. Kerlikowske, B. Geller, D. Buist
MedicineJournal of the National Cancer Institute
19 May 2010
TLDR
M mammography performance, except for specificity, improved in the presence of a breast lump and younger women have very low breast cancer rates but after mammography experience high recall rates, high rates of additional imaging, and low cancer detection rates. Expand
58 Citations
3
Associations Of Physical Activity And Body Mass Index With Activities Of Daily Living In Older Adults
E. Simoes, R. Kobau, J. Kapp, B. Waterman, A. Mokdad, L. Anderson
MedicineJournal of Community Health
26 July 2006
TLDR
If confirmed by well designed longitudinal studies, LPA and BMI independent associations with ADL- or IADL-dependent disability lends supports to a strategy for improving older adult quality of life through improved physical activity. Expand
19 Citations
3
Lost opportunities: how physicians communicate about medical errors.
J. Garbutt, A. Waterman, +4 authors T. Gallagher
Medicine
Health affairs

2008
TLDR
Efforts to promote error reporting might not reach their potential unless physicians become more effectively engaged in reporting errors at their institutions, according to a survey of U.S. physicians. Expand
77 Citations
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Reliability of health-related quality-of-life indicators in cancer survivors from a population-based sample, 2005, BRFSS.
J. Kapp, J. Jackson-Thompson, G. Petroski, M. Schootman
Medicine
Public health

1 April 2009
TLDR
In general, BRFSS questions appear to have adequate reliability for monitoring HRQoL in this community-dwelling population, regardless of cancer history. Expand
34 Citations
1
Racial and ethnic differences in mammography use among U.S. women younger than age 40
J. Kapp, A. B. Ryerson, S. Coughlin, T. Thompson
MedicineBreast Cancer Research and Treatment
2008
TLDR
Non-Hispanic black women were more likely than NH white women to report ever having a mammogram and receiving multiple mammograms before age 40 among women of average risk, suggesting differential utilization of mammograms by race/ethnicity among women outside current recommendations and ofAverage risk.Expand
23 Citations
1
Racial Disparities in Diabetes-related Preventive Care: Results From the Missouri Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
J. LeMaster, F. Chanetsa, J. Kapp, B. Waterman
MedicinePreventing chronic disease
15 June 2006
TLDR
Compared with whites, non-Hispanic blacks in Missouri receive adequate screening for diabetic complications but not for glycemic control. Expand
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