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National Evaluation of AHRQ's initiative , ESCALATES (Evaluating System Change to Advance Learning and Take Evidence to Scale)
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The BMJ May 24
"Our workforce will continue to decline in numbers and morale unless we finally start to realise that taking time out of training to pursue our passions, care for our families, or our own mental health, is investing in our careers, not detracting from it"
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JAMA Internal Medicine May 24
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National AHEC May 24
Recent data shows a significant increase in the proportion of family physicians working primarily in rural emergency departments and an increasing number of family physicians working in urgent care centers:
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Michelle Pandey May 24
RT : Sleep! Possibly the most underrated of all our life functions.
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The BMJ May 24
Sharp Scratch back again - this time we'll be talking about why projects fail, how one med student transformed her local emergency department, and why you should go looking for the people in the hospital basement.
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Wim Schellekens May 24
7 Questions to Guide Your Large-Scale Improvement.
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AAMC May 23
An issue as vital as the doctor shortage requires action every day. Since May 6, Congress has received hundreds of tweets in support of S.348/H.R.1763. Let’s keep the momentum going!
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Dr. Martha Gulati May 24
Women's chances of surviving cardiac arrest are half those of men. Women: ⬇️ likely to get bystander CPR ⬆️delays in EMS ⬇️ shockable rhythm
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MayoProceedings May 24
A quality-improvement intervention to train clinicians, redesign the workflow, and build new specialty-specific tools can result in improved teamwork and satisfaction with EHR-enabled patient care.
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Jacqueline DiChiara May 23
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American Heart Assoc May 23
Bacteria found in the mouth has also been found in the brain of stroke patients. But the significance of that remains up for debate
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Ben Miller May 23
Chronic disease, , and rural America
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MayoProceedings May 23
Understanding the associations among central lifestyle-related risk factors and evaluating measurements of inflammatory markers in the context of cardiovascular health and disease.
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Commonwealth Fund May 23
Many state quality-improvement strategies for Medicaid managed care focus on primary care improvement, social determinants of health, patient engagement, and cultural competence.
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Nat'l Medical Assn May 22
Women and Minority Doctors Earn Much Less Than Their Counterparts
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Dr Alexey Kulikov May 23
Air pollution linked to childhood . Researchers investigate traffic-related and symptoms of childhood anxiety, through neuroimaging.
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Kerry Anne McGeary May 22
What are the opportunities and challenges in America? New data from , , and ’s America poll share insights on health, social, civic, and economic issues in rural communities
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Million Hearts ® May 23
HealthyHearts NYC, with support from EvidenceNOW, worked with small practices throughout NYC to improve control. Learn how HealthyHearts NYC applied data and practice facilitation to reach its goals.
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BMJ May 22
Lifestyle factors, such as weight, blood pressure and smoking, explain around 40% of the protective effect of education on heart disease risk in later life, finds a new study published by - read the full study here
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AMA May 23
Patient portals typically have a lot to offer—instant access to test results and medical records, appointment booking, secure messaging, health-education materials and more. What portals don’t have is a majority of patients using them.
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