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Friday Jun 22, 2018
AAFP, Others Drive Home Opioid Message on Capitol Hill
Leaders from the AAFP and five other physician organizations converged on Capitol Hill June 18 to advocate for solutions to the nation's opioid crisis. Michael Munger, M.D., gives more details in this Leader Voices Blog post.
Thursday May 10, 2018
For Your Patients' Sake, Prepare Yourself for PrEP
Pre-exposure prophylaxis significantly lowers the odds of getting HIV from sex and injectable drug use, but Ada Stewart, M.D., writes in the Leader Voices Blog that too few physicians are prescribing it. A session at the Family Medicine Experience can help.
Tuesday Apr 03, 2018
Knowing Patient's Story Improves Odds of Happy Ending
Friday Feb 09, 2018
A Right Way to Treat Opioid Addiction
Monday Dec 18, 2017
At Home or Abroad, ALSO Training Improves Maternal Outcomes
Monday Nov 20, 2017
Just the Facts: Can Patient Education Help in Obesity Crisis?
Friday Oct 13, 2017
Planning Ahead: Let's Talk About Death
Friday Sep 01, 2017
A New Intern's Reflections From the ICU
New resident Lauren Abdul-Majeed, M.D., M.P.H., is applying family medicine's holistic approach to patients during her ICU rotation and suggests that others should do likewise, regardless of practice setting.
Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
Drop in Number of FPs Who Deliver Babies May Create Rural Crisis
Tuesday Aug 01, 2017
FPs Are at Center of Birth, Death and Everything in Between
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