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Incorporating a Rapid Geriatric Assessment in Primary Care
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2021)
As patients age, the complexity of their care increases and the likelihood of developing geriatric syndromes becomes greater. Identification and documentation of geriatric syndromes can be a helpful first step to ...
Reducing Outpatient Antibiotic Resistance: A Quasi-Experimental Study
Approximately 50% of antibiotics prescribed are not necessary, nevertheless in the United States among the many outpatient prescriptions, few are more widely prescribed than antibiotics. The inappropriate use of ...
Cerebrovascular Accident Behavioral Modification Education for High-Risk Women
Cerebrovascular accidents (CVAs) continue to be one of the leading causes of disability and death throughout the United States (U.S.). While both men and women are at risk for CVAs, more women have CVAs each year than ...