https://acpinternist.org/archives/2022/06/stories-to-change-clinicians-views-of-substance-use.htm. A randomized clinical trial looked at the effects of a visual campaign and a narrative vignette ... back.”. Q: What led you to research this particular
Q: Why is fibromyalgia a problem for community physicians? A: When doctors try to evaluate fibromyalgia severity and consequences, they have a lot of problems and they don't know what ... But the symptoms had been there and been reported on for more than
Does it help long-term planning if vouchers are provided monthly, or are weekly vouchers better because they encourage more frequent shopping and a healthier diet? ... Q: What prompted you to do this study? A: It seemed like a number of health care
Q: What led you to study this issue? A: My wife was complaining about spring forward, about how she got less sleep and it's made her more clumsy around the ... Q: What was your reaction to the findings? A: What we were expecting was a change in errors,
It had been over a month since Hurricane Maria struck when José Lozada, MD, FACP, ACP Governor for Puerto Rico and a hematologist/oncologist, spoke to ACP Internist. ... Q: How are things now? A: Now the patients are pretty much able to get to the
in weather requiring dependency on instruments alone) can now request a comprehensive physical examination and medication review from any state-licensed physician. ... Q: If a doctor does not clear a patient, does the pilot have any recourse?
Q: What got you thinking about UTIs in this way? A: For years, it's been obvious that antibiotic overtreatment of bacteriuria is a very serious problem in geriatrics, and the ... in the bladder and probably in the kidneys of completely asymptomatic people
Q: How did you adjust on a personal level and as part of College leadership? ... A: Dr. Fincher: The College is truly your professional home and a lifeline to your career as an internist.