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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...