National Academy of Medicine

Health Systems Have a Role in Preventing Firearm Injury

  Every day in the United States, health professionals confront the effects of firearm injury. In emergency rooms, trauma centers, ambulatory
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Poor Education Predicts Poor Health – A Challenge Unmet by American Medicine

  In his first address to Congress, George Washington urged their promotion of “Science and Literature” as the surest basi
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Shifting the Paradigm in HIV Prevention and Treatment Service Delivery Toward Differentiated Care for Youth

Abstract Despite significant progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the United States, HIV
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Breast Cancer Management in the TAILORx Era: Less is More

  Introduction Breast cancer is the most common malignancy among women in the United States, with over 260,000 new cases and over 40,000 dea
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Expanding the Role of N-of-1 Trials in the Precision Medicine Era: Action Priorities and Practical Considerations

  Heterogeneous responses to the same therapy among individual patients are commonpl
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Business Engagement to Promote Healthy Communities Through Child and Family Well-Being

    Why does business care about child and family well-being to promote community health? Traditionally,
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Burnout and Job and Career Satisfaction in the Physician Assistant Profession: A Review of the Literature

Abstract While much is known about the prevalence of burnout among physicians and nurses, little
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