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ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Behavioral Health Problems in Medical Patients

Francesca C. Dwamena, MD, MS, Heather Laird-Fick, MD, MPH, Laura Freilich, MD, Dale D’Mello, MD, Jeffrey Frey, DO, Anthia Dasari, MD, Katelyn Grayson-Sneed, MS, David

CLINICAL COMMUNICATION

How Are You Feeling? I Mean Emotionally, How Are You Feeling?

Frederic W. Platt, MD, and James T. Hardee, MD Most doctors tend to undervalue emotions, those in themselves and those in their patients. We tend to assume that we and

OUTCOMES RESEARCH IN REVIEW

A Decision Aid Did Not Improve Patient Empowerment for Setting and Achieving Diabetes Treatment Goals

Denig P, Schuling J, Haaijer-Ruskamp F, Voorham J. Effects of a patient oriented decision aid for prioritising treatment goals in diabetes: pragmatic randomised

REPORTS FROM THE FIELD

Integrating Lay Health Care Workers into the Primary Care Team

Kim Radel, MHA, Sochenda Te Nelson, Melissa Hutchison, MPH, Jon Christianson, PhD, and Heather Britt, MPH, PhD From Allina Health, Minneapolis, MN.   ABSTRACT •

CLINICAL REVIEW

Misuse of Prescription Stimulant Medication Among College Students: Summary of the Research Literature and Clinical Recommendations

Kate Flory, PhD, Rebecca A. Payne, MD, and Kari Benson From the University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.   ABSTRACT • Objective: To provide a summary of the

CASE-BASED REVIEW

Prevention of Contrast-Induced Acute Kidney Injury

Case Study and Commentary, Steven D. Weisbord, MD, MSc, and Paul M. Palevsky, MD   From the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System and University of Pittsburgh School of

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