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Nurse Practitioners & Physicians as Effective as Physicians in Early Diabetes Care (video)

Who should care for patients in the first five years of a diabetes diagnosis? New research in the American Journal of Medicine reveals that nurse practitioners, physician assistants and doctors are comparable in their management of diabetes during the first five years. You can read “Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and “Physicians Are Comparable in Managing […]

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Why Internists Need to Be Able to Manage Patients with Myocardial Infarction

Recently, I was asked to deliver a lecture for practicing internists reviewing the latest therapeutic interventions for patients with acute myocardial infarction. While preparing my presentation, I discussed the topic with some of my cardiology colleagues. Their comments usually included this idea: “Why should an internist know about the latest therapy for an acute myocardial […]

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