Hants Williams
Hants Williams
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See what you think: Reappraisal modulates behavioral and neural responses to social stimuli
J Blechert, G Sheppes, C Di Tella, H Williams, JJ Gross
Psychological science 23 (4), 346-353, 2012
1192012
Mindfulness-based stress reduction in advanced nursing practice: a nonpharmacologic approach to health promotion, chronic disease management, and symptom control
H Williams, LA Simmons, P Tanabe
Journal of Holistic Nursing 33 (3), 247-259, 2015
522015
Reappraisal facilitates extinction in healthy and socially anxious individuals
J Blechert, FH Wilhelm, H Williams, BR Braams, J Jou, JJ Gross
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 46, 141-150, 2015
352015
Sickle cell disease: a review of nonpharmacological approaches for pain
H Williams, P Tanabe
Journal of pain and symptom management 51 (2), 163-177, 2016
342016
Social and behavioral factors in sickle cell disease: Employment predicts decreased health care utilization
H Williams, S Silva, D Cline, C Freiermuth, P Tanabe
Journal of health care for the poor and underserved 29 (2), 814, 2018
142018
Decreased bleeding incidence with direct oral anticoagulants compared to vitamin K antagonist and low-molecular-weight heparin in patients with sickle cell disease and venous …
A Patel, H Williams, MR Baer, AB Zimrin, JY Law
Acta haematologica 142 (4), 233-238, 2019
62019
Acceptability and feasibility of a mindfulness-based intervention for pain catastrophizing among persons with sickle cell disease
LA Simmons, H Williams, S Silva, F Keefe, P Tanabe
Pain Management Nursing 20 (3), 261-269, 2019
42019
A Telephonic Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Persons with Sickle Cell Disease: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial
H Williams, S Susan, LA Simmons, P Tanabe
Trials 18 (218), 2017
22017
Clinical Encounters and Treatment Initiation for Chronic Hepatitis C Patients: Applications of Adaptive Leadership Framework for Chronic Illness
DE Bailey Jr, AJ Muir, JA Adams, NM Thygeson, H Williams, MP Cary Jr, ...
SAGE open 9 (1), 2158244018824461, 2019
12019
Use of direct oral anticoagulants in patients with sickle cell disease and venous thromboembolism is associated with a significant decrease in incidence of bleeding compared to …
A Patel, H Williams, MR Baer, AB Zimrin, JY Law
Blood 130 (Supplement 1), 978-978, 2017
12017
The Unspoken Importance of the Nurse in the 2016 National Pain Strategy
H Williams
Pain Management Nursing 18 (3), pp. 123-128, 2017
12017
Marx: Capitalism, alienation and health
G Scambler, A Report, R Anderson, J Hughes, W Sturrock, E Annendale, ...
Sociology, Health and the Fractured Society: A Critical Realist Account 54 …, 2018
2018
Non-Pharmacological Approaches for Pain Management in Sickle Cell Disease: Development of a Mindfulness-Based Intervention
H Williams
Duke University, 2016
2016
Author Affiliations
AR Belchera, A Cuesta-Marcosb, KP Smithc, CC Mundtd, X Chene, ...
Identifying QTLs for Sustainability Traits (Disease Resistance and Malt …, 2015
2015
(529) Implementation of a social worker screening process to explore unmet psychological and social needs for adults with sickle cell disease in the emergency department
H Williams, P Tanabe
The Journal of Pain 16 (4), S108, 2015
2015
(169) Behavioral health needs of patients with Sickle Cell Disease in the emergency department
H Williams, C Freirmuth, D Cline, J Johnston, C Rutherford, V Thornton, ...
The Journal of Pain 15 (4), S18, 2014
2014
Effects of practice and motivation on threshold of audibility
HJ Eysenck, B Ackner, G Pampiglione, JA Adams, WR Adey, JP Sejundo, ...
The Biological Basis of Personality 3 (5050), 3-33, 2006
2006
Some data about the work signalization
B Ackner, DK Adams, ED Adrian, ED Adrian, ED Adrian, BHC Matthews, ...
Conditioning Behavior & Psychiatry 1, 1-2, 1964
1964
Experiences with operative cholangiograms in bile tract surgery.
JD ADAMS, HL WILLIAMS
The West Virginia medical journal 53 (6), 222-225, 1957
1957
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