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Infectious diseases

September/October 2020 Issue
Building an Outdoor Urgent Care Clinic During a Pandemic: One Clinic's Experience [Feature]

When an infectious disease outbreak strikes, an outdoor clinic can reduce the risk of transmission and conserve personal protective equipment.


March/April 2014 Issue
Resolving Patients' Vaccination Uncertainty: Going From "No Thanks!" to "Of Course!" [Feature]

Immunizations can help prevent disease breakouts but require being mindful of patient concerns and misconceptions.


Jul-Aug 2009 Issue
Preparing Your Office for an Infectious Disease Epidemic [Feature]

If your practice doesn't have a written preparedness plan, now is the time to develop one.


Sep-Oct 2008 Issue
Launching a Community-Wide Flu Vaccination Plan [Feature]

When this community took a more organized approach to providing vaccinations rather than simply reacting to public demand, everyone benefited.


Feb 2008 Issue
Defending the Real Standard of Care [The Last Word]

When a strep test led to a lawsuit, this physician took the stand in defense of common sense.


Mar 2007 Issue
You, Your Public Health Department and the Next Flu Pandemic [Opinion]

Optimal outcomes will depend on close collaboration between family physicians and public health officials. Is your practice ready?


Apr 2006 Issue
Outpatient vs. Inpatient Treatment of Community-Acquired Pneumonia [Feature]

Using a clinical prediction tool at the point of care will help you choose which course is best for your patient.


Jan 2006 Issue
Preparing for an Influenza Pandemic: Vaccine Prioritization [Feature]

Here’s how to determine which patients and employees in your practice should receive the influenza vaccine if a pandemic occurs.


Jan 2006 Issue
Influenza Pandemic: Preparing for the Unpredictable [From the Editor]

How much should you prepare for a crisis that may not happen?


Jul-Aug 2005 Issue
How to Manage a Pertussis Outbreak in Your Practice [Feature]

A physician shares the lessons he learned after unknowingly exposing patients and staff to whooping cough.


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