Christopher Clarke

Christopher Clarke
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs | VA · Academic Affiliations

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Publications (9)
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Objectives: Discrepancies in ratings of ability are used to assess awareness in people with cognitive impairments, and previously have been found to be associated with comorbid depression and carer distress. This study explored how the degree of discrepancy between self-ratings of ability made by older people with a cognitive impairment and inform...
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Adjusted mean satisfaction scores for procedural and non-procedural fellows. This table shows satisfaction with items within domains, comparing procedural and non-procedural fellows, and it includes all items examined in this study.
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Adjusted effect size of domain items on domain scores. This table shows the adjusted effect sizes of all domain items on domain scores for procedural and non-procedural fellows and compares the effect size for both types of trainees.
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Learner satisfaction assessment is critical in the design and improvement of training programs. However, little is known about what influences satisfaction and whether trainee specialty is correlated. A national comparison of satisfaction among internal medicine subspecialty fellows in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides a unique oppor...
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This paper addresses my difficulties as a carer in engaging with many professionals in mental health, both locally associated with my son's acute inpatient care, and nationally where policies are being developed and their implementation is pursued. All of us are affected by The Department of Health (DoH) Mental Health policies and their implementat...
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The development and validation of the Social Phobia Scale (SPS) and the Social Interaction Anxiety Scale (SIAS) two companion measures for assessing social phobia fears is described. The SPS assesses fears of being scrutinised during routine activities (eating, drinking, writing, etc.), while the SIAS assesses fears of more general social interacti...

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