Matthew J Stowe

Matthew J Stowe
University of Kentucky | UKY · College of Medicine

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September 1999 - May 2010
University of Kansas
Position
  • Research Assistant

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Background The pandemic shifted the dynamics of healthcare and neurosurgical practice. Elective surgeries were suspended for 8 weeks in Kentucky. Our objective was to determine if telehealth (TH) visits could be sustained as an alternative to in-person visits. Methods De-identified data on TH usage, in-person clinic visits, inpatient and neurosurg...
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This article describes a 12-step model that can be used for policy analysis. The model encompasses policy development, implementation, and evaluation; takes into account structural foundations of policy; addresses both legal formalism and legal realism; demonstrates contextual sensitivity; and addresses application issues and different conceptualiz...
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Abstract The AAIDD's 11th edition of Intellectual Disability: Definition, Classification, and Systems of Support describes a framework for understanding the relationship between public policy and practice. The framework incorporates three inputs into public policy and practice affecting quality-of-life outcomes for individuals and families, society...
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This article discusses a new approach to knowledge translation using Web 2.0 technologies in an online Community of Practice (CoP). The purpose of the CoP is to promote wisdom-based action, a process that encourages people to engage with knowledge, match it to their own values, vision, and contexts, make a well-informed decision, and act on that de...
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A B S T R A C T There is a growing recognition of the importance and effectiveness of instruction not only in academics but also in social and character development. This new understanding has provided the impetus for reforming how schools address behavior and discipline to foster an environment that facilitates learning. Attention to standards-bas...
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This article reports concerns among disability community members that the implications of genetic research will be driven by mistaken beliefs about genetics and negative attitudes toward disability as identified in a qualitative study funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute. In addition to reporting the nature and the context of disa...
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This article utilizes four knowledge sources to characterize a current gap in policy and practice related to serving families in early intervention (birth to 5) programs. It argues that the field of early intervention has focused primarily on implementing family-centered practices by focusing on how families and professionals should interact. The f...
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The article reviews the federal statutes and relevant decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court that constitute the core concepts of disability policy and their application to persons with disabilities (especially developmental disabilities) and their families.
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In this discussion of recent key disability-related decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court (1995- 2004), we (a) assess whether the Court has supported or undermined certain core concepts of disability policy and (b) examine how the Court balances the comparative rights of those with and those without disabilities. In cases involving employment discrim...
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This article reports research that connects the core concepts of health care policy and the four related health care principles (benevolence, nonmaleficence, autonomy, and justice) to prior research on the core concepts of disability policy and a framework that reflects constitutional, ethical, and administrative principles.
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This article reports research that identified 17 core concepts of health-care policy affecting families that have children with disabilities. It sets out the research methodology, defines the 17 core concepts, and organizes the concepts into a framework that reflects the 4 principles that guide the delivery of health care: benevolence, nonmaleficen...
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This article discusses a new approach to knowledge translation using Web 2.0 technologies in an online Community of Practice (CoP). The purpose of the CoP is to promote wisdom-based action, a process that encourages people to engage with knowledge, match it to their own values, vision, and contexts, make a well-informed decision, and act on that de...
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This article reviews the provisions of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act as they apply particularly to students with autism. It also refers to the antidiscrimination provisions of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments (Sec. 504) and to their relevance to students with autism. It attempts to answer specific questions posed by the National Acad...
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This article describes a process for developing tools for analyzing policy. There are four sets of tools: (1) tools to analyze policy "on the books"—that is, to analyze statutes, court decisions, and other policy documents for their coherence with the core concepts; (2) tools to analyze policy "on the street"—that is, to analyze how executive agenc...
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This article organizes and classifies the 18 core concepts. There are nine overarching principles into which the concepts fit: life, liberty, equality, dignity, family as foundation, community, capacity, individualization, and accountability. These in turn reflect three approaches to policy: the Constitutional approach, consisting of the principles...
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This article advances five models for thinking about disability. Each has various degrees of relevance to policy, and each reflects various disciplines that affect policy. The article defines each model, indicates the disciplines or other sources of the model, and demonstrates the relevance of each to policy. The five models are Human Capacity, Pub...
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This article sets out the 18 core concepts of policy affecting families who have children with disabilities. It defines each concept, provides a reference to the constitutional principle(s) that undergird the core concept, cites the federal statutes that reflect the core concept, and references the decisions of the United States Supreme Court and o...
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This article reports the research that resulted in the authors' identifying 18 core concepts of policy affecting families who have children with disabilities. It sets out the research methodology; defines the 18 core concepts; distinguishes between policy that affects primarily individuals with disabilities on the one hand and policy that affects t...
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This article analyzes the 1999 decision of the United States Supreme Court, Sutton v. United Air Lines, by asking four questions and showing how the majority of the Court answered them. It then sets out the significance for people with disabilities, including especially students covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Individuals with D...
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Positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBS; is the federal law's preferred strategy for dealing with challenging behaviors of students with disabilities. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires PBS to be considered in all cases of students whose behavior impedes their learning or the learning of others, reflecting I...
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This article examines precedents that justify Congress in creating a preference for positive behavioral interventions, strategies, and supports over other interventions in the 1997 Amendments to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The authors concluded that the IDEA 1997 provisions are warranted by several well-established prece...

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