Thomas G Quattlebaum

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
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    1. Bowen GJ, Beerling DJ, Koch PL, Zachos JC, Quattlebaum T. A humid climate state during the Palaeocene/Eocene thermal maximum. Nature. 2004 Nov 25; 432(7016):495-9. PMID: 15565152.
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    2. McBurney PG, Moran CM, Ector WL, Quattlebaum TG, Darden PM. Time in continuity clinic as a predictor of continuity of care for pediatric residents. Pediatrics. 2004 Oct; 114(4):1023-7. PMID: 15466100.
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    3. Darden PM, Ector W, Moran C, Quattlebaum TG. Comparison of continuity in a resident versus private practice. Pediatrics. 2001 Dec; 108(6):1263-8. PMID: 11731646.
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    4. Quattlebaum TG. Techniques for evaluating residents and residency programs. Pediatrics. 1996 Dec; 98(6 Pt 2):1277-83; discussion 1289-92. PMID: 8951334.
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    5. Quattlebaum TG, Darden PM, Sperry JB. Effectiveness of computer-generated appointment reminders. Pediatrics. 1991 Oct; 88(4):801-5. PMID: 1910162.
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    6. Quattlebaum TG. Computerized patient scheduling in outpatient residency practices. Am J Dis Child. 1989 Nov; 143(11):1333-6. PMID: 2816860.
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    7. Quattlebaum TG, Darden PM, Sperry JB. In-training examinations as predictors of resident clinical performance. Pediatrics. 1989 Jul; 84(1):165-72. PMID: 2740167.
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    8. Leppert M, Anderson VE, Quattlebaum T, Stauffer D, O'Connell P, Nakamura Y, Lalouel JM, White R. Benign familial neonatal convulsions linked to genetic markers on chromosome 20. Nature. 1989 Feb 16; 337(6208):647-8. PMID: 2918897.
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    9. Quattlebaum TG. A multiuser MUMPS language patient/physician scheduling system for microcomputers. Comput Methods Programs Biomed. 1988 Nov-Dec; 27(3):287-93. PMID: 3215025.
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    10. Quattlebaum TG, Sperry JB. A computerized system for evaluation of residents and residency experiences. Am J Dis Child. 1988 Jul; 142(7):758-62. PMID: 3381779.
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    11. Quattlebaum TG. Implementation of multiuser MUMPS language database systems on microcomputers. Comput Methods Programs Biomed. 1988 Jan-Feb; 26(1):45-52. PMID: 3349766.
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    12. Quattlebaum TG, Darden PM, Sperry JB. Predicting resident clinical performance with in-training examinations. Res Med Educ. 1988; 27:182-7. PMID: 3218854.
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    13. Pierce M, Quattlebaum TG, Corley JB. Significant attitude changes among residents associated with a pediatric nurse practitioner. J Med Educ. 1985 Sep; 60(9):712-8. PMID: 4032446.
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    14. Quattlebaum TG. Microcomputer analysis and management of residency training experiences. Comput Methods Programs Biomed. 1985 Jul; 20(2):169-72. PMID: 3848366.
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    15. Quattlebaum TG. An interactive data base system for assessing and managing outpatient experiences in residency training. Comput Programs Biomed. 1983 Aug-Oct; 17(1-2):157-65. PMID: 6689292.
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