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1 hour Practice Improvement workshop presented at 43rd Forum for Beh.  Science in Fam. Med.

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4 months ago
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Presentation going through ACGME, ABFM, State, and Institutional guidelines on medical leave. We also cover ethical issues that come up when thinking about leaves of absence and how ...

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5 months ago
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Adult immunization data indicate that although coverage levels have increased, there is wide variation at the state and local levels. Family physicians have reported numerous barriers ...

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The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) was awarded a Cooperative Agreement to educate, implement and, measure adult immunization rates within African American communities, ...

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It is estimated that 50 to 75% of general population experiences substantial exposure to traumatic events (Green, et al 2015). Trauma has been linked to mental health diagnoses such ...

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6 months ago
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PRiMER Submitted manuscript - Encouraging Mental Health Care in FM Residents
Appendix: Internal Survey

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This resource consists of the master survey that was distributed to medical students enrolled at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. This survey included 91 to 99 questions ...

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7 months ago
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Call script for a patient needing colorectal cancer (CRC) screening in the student-led CRC telemedicine initiative.

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Survey disseminated to all volunteers in in the student led Covid-19 colorectal cancer screening telemedicine initiative to assess project efficacy.

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Evaluation of implicit bias in professional relationships among medical students is limited.  Underrepresented minorities in medicine (URM) comprise 25% of medical school matriculants ...

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