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    The 2019-nCoV outbreak is a global health emergency, as declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) on January 30, 2020. The Wuhan, China coronavirus outbreak which started on December 31, 2019, is rapidly unfolding, and clinicians are faced with a d
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    The Electronic Cigarette Epidemic in Youth and Young Adults: A Practical Review|Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy: Review of Broken Heart Syndrome
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    This unique educational initiative, IDEA, will create educational and awareness programs for both clinicians and patients. The goal of this initiative is to help the diabetes community understand continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), report interpretation
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    This monograph is a supplement to the JAAPA March 2020 issue. Chronic urticaria is a skin disorder characterized by the occurrence of hives, and/or angioedema for more than 6 weeks. Chronic urticaria can be further divided into two subtypes: chronic idio
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    Expand your primary palliative care skills and earn up to 5 AAPA Category 1 CME credits and 1.25 AAPA Category 1 Self-Assessment CME credits. Specially designed for PAs interested in palliative care for patients with serious and life-threatening illnesse
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    This self-assessment CME activity aims to educate PAs more about the role of hospice and palliative care in caring for patients with life-threatening and serious illness. This activity is a collaboration between AAPA and PAs in Hospice and Palliati
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    Providing quality medical care can be challenging and at times difficult. Along with the challenges of patient care come the factors of busy clinic schedules, competing workplace needs, and balancing our personal lives at home. Numerous studies have show
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    This activity will provide an approach to care for those hospitalized patients facing life-threatening and serious illness, with a focus on those patients nearing or at the end-of-life. PAs have an increasing role in the hospital—whether it be on the w
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    As the population grows, and more people are living longer lives with chronic, progressive illnesses, PAs need to be able to talk with their patients about prognosis. Being open and honest with patients about their prognosis can not only build trust and
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    Ultimately the role of practitioners of health is to improve the quality of life of patients by providing them evidence-based and quality care. An important piece of being successful at this is to understand what is important to them and their goals-trea
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