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7 months ago

Presentation of the state of obstetric training in 2019.

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7 months ago

The purpose of this presentation is to train physicians providing telehealth to improve their care of high-risk populations.




Identify and address the unique needs of certain ...

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7 months ago

Zoom meeting instructions for telehealth student-run free clinic

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7 months ago

Telehealth platform review for student-run free clinics or other health clinics

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7 months ago

Change that Matters: Promoting Healthy Behaviors is a 10-modular curriculum to teach physicians how to effectively support patients with health behavior change & behavioral health topics. ...

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7 months ago

Burnout is prevalent among family medicine physicians and residents (Hansen, 2018). Research highlights 50.5% of family medicine physicians experience at least one symptom of burnout. ...

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7 months ago

Slides from STFM 2020 conference presentation on team-based care and staffing ratios of medical assistants to clinicians. We illustrate the spectrum of staffing ratios seen in teaching ...

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7 months ago

Predictors of Retention in Treatment in an MAT Program Within a Family Medicine Residency Clinic

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7 months ago

The Medical College of Wisconsin-Central Wisconsin (MCW-CW) regional campus seeks to develop and nurture strong community-campus partnerships. Given the large role of social determinants ...

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7 months ago

Cellulitis, a bacterial skin and soft tissue infection (SSTI) commonly seen in primary care settings, can be targeted by a variety of antimicrobial treatment modalities. Management ...

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