|Barnes||Yaffe||Barnes, D. E. , & Yaffe, K. (2011) The projected effect of risk factor reduction on Alzheimer’s disease prevalence. The Lancet Neurology, early online publication, July 19, 2011. doi:10.1016/S1474-4422(11)70072-2.|
- This was presented simultaneously at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Paris July 16-21 where it was highlighted and received international press coverage including CBS News, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, SF Chronicle, and London Free Press.
|Young||Young, J. Q. (2011) A seasonal care transition failure. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. WebM&M [serial online]. July 2011.|
Young, J. Q. (2011) Ask the expert: Patient safety during transitions in care. FOCUS: The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychiatry, IX(2):183-185.
Young, J. Q., Pringle, Z., & Wachter, R. M. (2011) Academic year-end outpatient transfers: Identifying and improving follow-up of high risk psychiatry patients in resident continuity clinics. Joint Commission Journal of Quality and Patient Safety, 37(7):300-308.
Young, J. Q., Ranji, S. R., Wachter, R. M., Lee, C. M., Niehaus, B., & Auerbach, A. D. (2011) “July Effect”: Impact of the academic year-end changeover on patient Outcomes. A systematic review. Annals of Internal Medicine. (ePub July 12, 2011; print version to be published in September).
- This is the first systematic review of the so called “July Effect”. The study co-authors include two of our trainees: PGY-1 Connie Lee and PGY-2 Brian Niehaus. The study is getting quite a bit of media attention because of its public health importance. John Young has been interviewed by NYT, WSJ, Time, Boston Globe, ABC National Radio News, Bloomberg, etc.