Emergency physicians sharing personal messages has across-the-board impact, randomized simulation finds.
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National veterans’ study points to need for better support for people facing both conditions at once.
Free online toolkit aims to support providers in identifying problems their patients may be experiencing, and intervening early.
People of color and those with lower incomes or education less likely to say they’ll seek vaccination.
Death, rehospitalization and problems with basic activities, jobs, mental health and finances seen in many patients treated at 38 Michigan hospitals.