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Type Publication Year Author Title Topics Publisher Page UT Library
Book 2015 Foreign Policy Breakthroughs: Cases in Successful Diplomacy Diplomacy, Family Policy, History, Strategy and Statecraft publisher's link
Book 2015 Angel, Jacqueline L. Challenges of Latino Aging in the Americas Aging policy, Healthcare and Health Policy, Inequality UT Library Link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Angel, Jacqueline L. "Longer Lives, Sicker Lives? Increased Longevity and Extended Disability Among Mexican-Origin Elders" Aging policy, Healthcare and Health Policy, Inequality publisher's link UT Library Link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Angel, Jacqueline L. "How Do Race and Hispanic Ethnicity Affect Nursing Home Admission? Evidence From the Health and Retirement Study" Aging policy, Healthcare and Health Policy, Inequality publisher's link UT Library Link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Angel, Jacqueline L. "Health of Elderly Mexican American Adults and Family Caregiver Distress" Aging policy, Healthcare and Health Policy, Inequality publisher's link UT Library Link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Angel, Jacqueline L. "Acculturation, Gender and Active Life Expectancy in the Mexican-Origin Population" Aging policy, Healthcare and Health Policy, Inequality publisher's link UT Library Link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 von Hippel, Paul "The effects of school physical education grants on obesity, fitness, and academic achievement" Education, Healthcare and Health Policy publisher's link UT Library Link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Olmstead, Todd "The price elasticity of demand for heroin: matched longitudinal and experimental evidence" Healthcare and Health Policy, Methods/Data Management for Policy Analysis UT Library Link
PRP 2015 Olmstead, Todd "Improving Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services Integration with Local Healthcare Networks" Healthcare and Health Policy
Book Chapter 2015 Ward, Peter M. "Texas Self-Help Informal Settlement & Colonia Housing Conditions, Aging, and Health Status." Aging policy, Healthcare and Health Policy, Urban Policy and Housing
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Olmstead, Todd See One, Do One, Order One: A Study Protocol for Testing Three Strategies for Implementing Motivational Interviewing on Medical Inpatient Units Healthcare and Health Policy publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Aiken, Abigail R.A. Influence of the Duration of the Second Stage of Labor on the Likelihood of Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Aiken, Abigail R.A. Management of Fetal Malposition in the Second Stage of Labor: A Propensity Score Analysis Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Aiken, Abigail R.A. The Impact of Reproductive Health Legislation on Family Planning Clinic Services in Texas Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Aiken, Abigail R.A. Factors Associated with Adverse Clinical Outcomes Among Obstetrics Trainees Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Aiken, Abigail R.A. Maternal and Fetal Outcomes Following Unplanned Conversion to General Anesthetic at Elective Cesarean Section Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Aiken, Abigail R.A. Immediate Postpartum Provision of Highly Effective Reversible Contraception Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Aiken, Abigail R.A. A Blessing I Can’t Afford: Factors Underlying the Paradox of Happiness About Unintended Pregnancy Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 Aiken, Abigail R.A. Happiness About Unintended Pregnancy and its Relationship to Contraceptive Desires Among a Predominantly Latina Cohort Healthcare and Health Policy, Reproductive Health publisher's link
Article, Refereed Journal 2015 von Hippel, Paul How much do children’s body mass indices change over periods of 6-12 months? Statistics from before and during the obesity epidemic Healthcare and Health Policy publisher's link