As we say goodbye to the 2010s, David Carr, PhD, senior engagement manager, Precision Xtract, looks at the prevailing trends and projects what he thinks the key topics are to consider in the coming decade.
The primary purpose of this article is to illustrate how leadership development can facilitate adoption of evidence-based care and to extract the key lessons to more broadly inform widespread efforts to enhance health care leadership development efforts, hopefully speeding the adoption of improved…
Mark Munger, PharmD, explains why he believes it is important for pharmacists to stay current with new information about hypertension that will help them make rational decisions about identification, treatment, and referrals.
Movement disorders after stroke are unusual, seen in between 1% and 4% of patients, but can significantly worsen disability. We report a patient whose disabling post-stroke hemichorea responded well to tetrabenazine, a selective vesicular monoamine transporter type 2 inhibitor.
Comprehensive immunization programs can therefore be an important part of a provider organization’s risk, quality, and safety practices contributing to environments that help to inhibit adverse events.
Putting power and potential behind gender equity in health care is not just common sense; it is critical to the future of health, safety, and independence for us all as we age, so says the American Geriatrics Society (AGS) in a new position statement.
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