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Delegates Focus on Improving Health Equity
Delegates Focus on Improving Health Equity
During the 2017 National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL) held here April 27-29, AAFP members from the five constituency groups -- women; minorities; new physicians; international medical graduates (IMGs); and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transg...
Primary Care Needs -- and Deserves -- More Research Dollars
Primary Care Needs -- and Deserves -- More Research Dollars
My patient wanted to discuss two things: 1) an article he read online about a miracle back surgery that could cure chronic pain and 2) golfer Tiger Woods. This conversation took place in the aftermath of Woods' fourth back surgery in three years and a ...
G-TRUST Instrument Identifies Useful Clinical Guidelines
G-TRUST Instrument Identifies Useful Clinical Guidelines
Family physicians have thousands of practice guidelines from which to choose, and often, these recommendations conflict with one another. �
Putting Patients at the Center of My 'Clinic of the Future'
Putting Patients at the Center of My 'Clinic of the Future'
About one year ago, I realized that my practice had reached its limits within the space we then occupied. Although my clinic had suited our needs for more than five years, I had built my practice panel to more than 600 patients, and that location would...
Maryland FP Leads Efforts to Improve Minority Health
Maryland FP Leads Efforts to Improve Minority Health
April is National Minority Health Month, and for 2017, the theme is "bridging health equity across communities." The AAFP has created a resource page to support this initiative, which emphasizes collaborative, community-level work being done across the...
Don't Screen Average-risk Women for Ovarian Cancer
Don't Screen Average-risk Women for Ovarian Cancer
On July 18, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) released a draft recommendation statement and draft evidence review assessing the benefits and harms of screening ovarian cancer.