With fewer graduates coming into primary care, many communities are hard hit by the loss of experienced physicians, said Fred Ralston, FACP, chair of the College's Health and Public Policy ... Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center, the public-health
NEJM 298 , pp. 883-887). Debra Roter, PhD, professor in the department of health, behavior and society at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Judith Hall, PhD, professor
wellness. In a position paper released earlier this spring, ACP argued that climate change has potentially dire public health implications and that physicians are well placed to help combat both the ... Do you talk to your patients about the health
Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, who is consulting and crunching numbers for the CPI project. ... Certain practices were better off with a paper system than with an electronic health record, for example.
He is a board certified specialist in both Internal Medicine, and Preventive Medicine/Public Health, and Associate Professor (adjunct) in Public Health Practice at the Yale University School of Medicine. ... president of the non-profit Turn the Tide
The new endeavor, supported in part by the CDC's Office of Public Health Genomics (OPHG) and the National Cancer Institute's Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, is known ... time. Unfortunately, the status quo has contributed to the
Addington, MACP, spoke on behalf of Sen. Barack Obama's campaign, and another physician, Irwin Redlener, MD, of the Columbia School of Public Health, represented Sen. ... Dr. Redlener, who advised the Clintons during their first attempt at health care
Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expects the number of deaths from HCV to double and the public health burden to increase over the next two decades. ... Health care workers can be at risk due to exposure to blood products and needlesticks.
In the case of STDs, Dr. Horwitch reassures patients that although reporting of certain diseases to public health authorities is mandatory, their confidentiality will be maintained.
We have developed high standards for medical education and public health and have advocated for universal health insurance coverage and quality-based payment. ... Recently, the United States Global Change Research Program released a new assessment of the