M. Hosokawa
Publications
48
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Citations
569
Highly Influential Citations
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Problem-Based Learning Outcomes: Ten Years of Experience at the University of Missouri—Columbia School of Medicine
K. Hoffman, M. Hosokawa, R. Blake, L. Headrick, G. Johnson
Medicine
Academic medicine : journal of the Association of…
1 July 2006
TLDR
The PBL curricular changes implemented with the graduating class of 1997 resulted in higher performances on USMLEs and improved evaluations from residency program directors, which better prepare graduates with knowledge and skills needed to practice within a complex health care system.Expand
168 Citations
6
Influencing Residency Choice and Practice Location Through a Longitudinal Rural Pipeline Program
Kathleen Quinn, Kevin Y Kane, +4 authors M. Hosokawa
Medicine
Academic medicine : journal of the Association of…
1 November 2011
TLDR
The longitudinal MU-RTPP successfully recruits students for rural and primary care practice to address the health care needs of Missouri.Expand
53 Citations
3
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High-frequency hearing loss in male farmers of Missouri.
J. Thelin, D. J. Joseph, W. E. Davis, D. Baker, M. Hosokawa
Medicine
Public health reports

1983
TLDR
The prevalence of high-frequency hearing loss in male nonfarmers who associate with farmers was nearly as great as for farmers, and the prevalence of hearing loss was greater for farmers at both frequencies in every decade age group from 25 to 64 years. Expand
19 Citations
3
Collaborative practice and provider styles of delivering health care.
J. D. Campbell, H. Mauksch, H. Neikirk, M. Hosokawa
MedicineSocial science & medicine
1990
TLDR
The results of this study show that the development of a content-based interactional analysis system which focuses on clinician activities can be useful in describing important aspects of the provider/patient encounter. Expand
48 Citations
2
First Year Medical Students' Knowledge, Attitudes, and Interest in Geriatric Medicine
W. Lu, K. Hoffman, M. Hosokawa, M. Gray, S. Zweig
Medicine
6 July 2010
TLDR
Results show that the STEP program had minimal effect in changing first-year medical students' knowledge of the aged and aging, but it did promote a more positive view of the elderly as being functionally independent and socially active. Expand
28 Citations
2
Efficacy of an intervention to promote use of hearing protection devices by firefighters.
B. Ewigman, C. Kivlahan, M. Hosokawa, D. Horman
Medicine
Public health reports

1990
TLDR
An educational program on NIHL was carried out to increase the use of hearing protection devices by firefighters, which successfully increased knowledge of NIHL, positive attitudes toward H PDs, and resulted in more frequent use of HPDs. Expand
33 Citations
2
Medical students' attitudes toward pharmaceutical marketing: possibilities for change.
D. Vinson, B. Mccandless, M. Hosokawa
Psychology, MedicineFamily medicine
1993
TLDR
If medical students' attitudes about accepting gifts from pharmaceutical companies need to be changed, this study suggests that the process may be fostered with little investment of curricular time. Expand
38 Citations
1
Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Senior Mentor Program
K. Hoffman, Peggy Gray, M. Hosokawa, S. Zweig
Medicine
Gerontology & geriatrics education

25 September 2006
TLDR
STEP was found to be a successful strategy for teaching themes of recognizing the elderly within an ecological context, enhancing sympathy and empathy, emphasizing respect for elderly persons, and gaining an appreciation that aging is an individualized process. Expand
21 Citations
1
The maternal observation matrix and the mother-child interaction scale: Brief observational screening instruments for physically abusive mothers
Jennifer M. Tuteur, B. Ewigman, L. Peterson, M. Hosokawa
Psychology
1 March 1995
13 Citations
1
Future directions in family medicine: results of a Delphi study.
M. Hosokawa, S. Zweig
Psychology, MedicineFamily medicine
1 November 1990
TLDR
The basic principles and values of family medicine will not change, although there will be emphasis on managed health care, increased care of the elderly, and changes in the professional status of the physician.Expand
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