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Implementing a Caregiver Strain Protocol Within a Low-Income Primary Care Clinic System: Assessing Provider Perception
There are approximately 43.5 million informal caregivers (CG) in the United States, accounting for 70-80% of community healthcare (Adelman et al, 2014; McGhan & Mccaughey, 2017). CGs frequently neglect their own health and ...
Evaluation of a Standardized Anxiety Screening Tool
Primary care providers (PCP) see patients with a wide variety of diseases and disorders. Mental health disorders are commonly identified and diagnosed by the PCP in the outpatient setting. The clinic of interest routinely ...
Diabetic Foot Ulceration Education and Prevention in the Primary Care Setting
Background and Purpose: Diabetes mellitus is associated with a series of macro and microvascular alterations that are associated with a number of complications. Foot ulceration affects an estimated 2-4% of patients possibly ...