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    • Attitudes of US physician assistants toward persons with HIV/AIDS 

      Talley, Anja K.; Ritzdorf, Kyrie; Muma, Richard D. (Haymarket Media, 2010-12)
      Background: Early in the HIV/AIDS epidemic, a large number of health care workers had negative attitudes toward persons infected with HIV, but a more positive shift has occurred in these attitudes over the past decade. ...
    • Examining referral practices of primary care physician assistants 

      Enns, Sue M.; Muma, Richard D.; Lary, Marvis J. (Haymarket Media, 2000-05)
      Various barriers to specialty referrals that are initiated by physician assistants (PAs) have been reported to limit a PA's ability to care for patients effectively when they have a medical problem that requires specialty ...
    • Factors that influence physician assistant choice of practice location 

      Smith, Barbara S.; Muma, Richard D.; Burks, Lindsay; Muck, Molly (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2012-03)
      Objective: Certain US rural areas have inadequate access to health care providers. Health care educational institutions have made nationwide efforts to recruit students from rural areas, in the hope that they will return ...
    • Zidovudine adherence among individuals with HIV infection 

      Muma, Richard D.; Ross, M.W.; Parcel, G.S.; Pollard, Richard B. (Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, 1995)
      The objective was to investigate the relationships among health beliefs, attitudes, and zidovudine compliance in individuals with HIV infection. A survey was administered to 52 individuals with HIV infection. The survey ...