Lisa Winstel of the Caregiver Action Network explains how her organization’s Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award helped family caregivers better understand their role in shared decision making, and also how to align their goals with the healthcare choices available for their loved ones.
Wednesday, April 24; 5:00 pm ET
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Three-quarters of our funded projects related to cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, focus on treatment.
This new continuing medical education activity is designed to support clinicians in making informed decisions about broad- versus narrow-spectrum antibiotics for children with ARTIs.
In a Pediatrics article, researchers report that parents who had video chat referrals were more likely to finish screening for specialty care than those who did not.
They focus on improving treatment for people with opioid use disorders, improving prenatal care, treating insomnia and comparing non-drug approaches for treatment of severe pain in patients with cancer.
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