Lauren McDermott, a patient living with atypical SPS, shares her journey from receiving an official diagnosis to the treatments that help her manage her condition.
A man in his mid-20s presents to the emergency department (ED) with a 2-day history of left upper quadrant and epigastric abdominal pain associated with vomiting. Can you make the diagnosis?
A PA re-envisions the pain scale to include follow-up questions that would provide more tangible measurements.
How the retail giant will use the sensitive medical data it collects is among the concerns.
Nikki Kean discusses health disparities in acute pain management in emergency departments.
Physician retirements and challenges in recruiting and retaining staff are among the reasons medical practices are struggling with staff shortages.
Annual pay, growth potential, and cost of living are among the important considerations of deciding the best place to practice medicine.
A central objective of addressing moral distress is to permit clinicians to effectively perform their professional functions and thus better help patients.
Marinos Dalakas, MD, discusses the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of stiff person syndrome (SPS), and the future of SPS research.
AANP and AAPA Presidents discuss how elimination of the X-Waiver and patient caps for buprenorphine prescription for opioid use disorder will affect clinical practice.