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Coronavirus

In women's health news, the CDC published data in MMWR on Jan. ... 7 supporting the safety of COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy. A retrospective cohort study of 46,079 pregnant women in the U.S.
January 2022

ACP revises advice on women's health

In terms of women's health, recent evidence-based ACP guidelines and advice attracted both pushback and praise from clinicians and patients. ... Our guideline is evidence-based.”. Lisa Larkin, MD, FACP, an internist trained in women's health through
September 2015

Current Issue | May 2022 Women's Health Providing long-term contraception By ...

More on mammography, breast cancer, misleading arguments, emotion and women's health

More on mammography, breast cancer, misleading arguments, emotion and women's health. ... The authors state that among 1,000 U.S. women age 50 years who are screened annually for a decade, “490 to 670 will have 1 false alarm.” But as detailed
April 2022

Providing long-term contraception

Program directors' perceptions of resident education in women's health: a national survey. ... Women's health policy in the United States: an American College of Physicians position paper.
May 2022

Why to screen for anxiety

MD, FACP, a Cincinnati-based general internist who specializes in women's health. ... But all too often, these concerns are ignored or neglected for various reasons, including limited medical education about women's health, especially for primary care
March 2021

Joplin hospital rebuilds, better than before

The obstetricians are particularly looking forward to this aspect of the new hospital, according to Jeffrey Manley, MD, a women's health physician and medical director for robotic surgery at Mercy ... It's like the cockpit of a plane, keeping everything
October 2014

Nominees named for ACP Officers and Regent positions

Women's health task Force, 1995-1997; Postgraduate Education Subcommittee, 1994-1996;. ... Strengths, based on training and experience: Women's health, addiction/alcohol. Present position: Associate Dean of the Humanities and Bioethics, University of
November 2008

Officers and Regents election results announced

Areas of expertise: Medical education, physician-patient relationship, interpersonal and communication skills, outpatient internal medicine, women's health. ... Ma Lai, Thailand, 2010 and 2011; Border Health Initiative, volunteer physician in Palainjapon,
March 2016

Personal choices may sway mammography

An ongoing U.S. study, called WISDOM (Women Informed to Screen Depending On Measures of risk), is trying to find out. ... Shih asked. “Maybe having the information earlier starting with a baseline screening at age 40 would help” in guiding women's
October 2021

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