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Implementing a Mental Health Toolkit in a Free Clinic
Mental illness is prevalent in the US, yet is underdiagnosed and undertreated and associated with morbidity, mortality, and economic burden (NIMH, 2019b; NIMH, 2017; NAMI, 2019; Winerman, 2017). Primary care providers are ...
Utilization of Pharmacogenomic Testing for Medication Optimization in the Primary Care Setting
Background and Purpose: The use of pharmacogenomic testing (PGT) can optimize medication therapy to each patient resulting in fewer adverse side effects and increased adherence. The purpose of this project was to evaluate ...
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 ...