Federman DG


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Patient Feedback on the Effectiveness of Auricular Acupuncture on Pain in Routine Clinical Care : The Experience of 11,406 Veterans.

Related Articles Patient Feedback on the Effectiveness of Auricular Acupuncture on Pain in Routine Clinical Care : The Experience of 11,406 Veterans. Med Care. 2020 Sep ;58 Suppl 2 9S:S101-S107 Authors : Zeliadt SB, Thomas ER, Olson J, Coggeshall S, Giannitrapani K, Ackland PE, Reddy KP, (...)

mercredi 1er juillet 2020
par  Federman DG

Disastrous Complication Caused Indirectly by the Success of Battlefield Acupuncture.

Related Articles Disastrous Complication Caused Indirectly by the Success of Battlefield Acupuncture. Med Acupunct. 2020 Jun 01 ;32(3):163-165 Authors : Federman DG Abstract Background : Battlefield acupuncture (BFA) is an easy-to-learn type of auricular acupuncture that is being used (...)

jeudi 21 mars 2019
par  Federman DG

On "Battlefield Acupuncture : Is It Ready for Widespread Dissemination ?"

Related Articles On "Battlefield Acupuncture : Is It Ready for Widespread Dissemination ?" South Med J. 2017 05 ;110(5):392 Authors : Federman DG PMID : 28464184 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Challenges and Strategies for Implementing Battlefield Acupuncture in the Veterans Administration : A Qualitative Study of Provider Perspectives.

Challenges and Strategies for Implementing Battlefield Acupuncture in the Veterans Administration : A Qualitative Study of Provider Perspectives. Med Acupunct. 2018 Oct 01 ;30(5):252-261 Authors : Taylor SL, Giannitrapani K, Ackland PE, Holliday J, Reddy KP, Drake DF, Federman DG, Kligler B (...)

jeudi 1er novembre 2018
par  Carbone GF, Federman DG, Taylor SL, Thomas ER, Zeliadt SB

Battlefield Acupuncture in the Veterans Health Administration : Effectiveness in Individual and Group Settings for Pain and Pain Comorbidities.

Battlefield Acupuncture in the Veterans Health Administration : Effectiveness in Individual and Group Settings for Pain and Pain Comorbidities. Med Acupunct. 2018 Oct 01 ;30(5):273-278 Authors : Federman DG, Zeliadt SB, Thomas ER, Carbone GF, Taylor SL Abstract Objective : The Department of (...)