“That support is key and will be challenging for many primary-care practices, where providers already busy seeing patients in limited time windows,” said Joseph Frank
A half-dozen individuals sat at a long table as contestants pitched their ideas. They listened without interrupting to each of four presentations.
Nia S Mitchell, at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus: “I think that’s unique in weight loss and probably why we may be able to see longer extended weight-loss maintenance.”
Stacy Fischer, senior researcher on the study and an associate professor at the CU School of Medicine: “This will be a really interesting study to repeat down the road, to see whether where you live might still be more important than who you are.”
A new study from researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus appears to disprove the increasingly popular notion that doctors die differently than everyone else, using fewer interventions that often have little value.
“We’re trying to find something like Cinderella’s shoe that will fit perfectly on that one person. You have to personalize the treatment.”
In a related essay, Erik A. Wallace from the CU School of Medicine Colorado Springs Branch says he thought about buying a firearm after a patient threatened to kill him, but he ultimately decided against arming himself.
New preliminary research recently presented at the Society of General Internal Medicine’s annual meeting provides somewhat mixed news for those hoping to lose weight permanently.
North Mississippi Health Services announces Tom Purcell is returning to his hometown of Tupelo to serve in the newly developed role of Chief Physician Executive and Chief Clinical Officer for the health system.
Here’s another reason why you may not want to work long hours under the extreme heat. A new study, led by Richard Johnson and Jay Lemery (CU School of Medicine).
UCH Palliative Care team volunteers to address resident, provider grief.
More than two dozen hospitals join forces to discuss ways to manage prescribing
They found ICU nurses to have PTSD rates on a par with those of veterans of the war in Iraq. Now they’re studying ways to do something about it.
Leaders running the new CU School of Medicine’s branch campus in Colorado Springs are employing a brand of training for third-year students that teaches compassion along with diagnosis and treatment.
“We have the right mosquito here for West Nile virus,” said Michelle Barron, medical director of infection prevention at the University of Colorado Hospital.