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Physicians, healthcare professionals and medical students should be wary of social media blurring the line between their professional and personal lives, according to a recent British Medical Association report.
A new toolkit funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will help small- and medium-sized physician practices analyze their workflow with the effect of health information technology implementation, according to the AHRQ website.
People actively engaged in social media and patient-specific websites are 60 percent more likely than the general population to participate in a clinical trial, according to a recent survey.
July 18, 2011
The assessment of on-field dizziness could help medical staff and coaches identify high school athletes who have sustained a concussion and help clinicians manage concussions more effectively, according to a study published in The American Journal of Sports Medicine.
Mcleod Health in Florence, S.C., recently held an open house for its new rehabilitation and sports medicine facility, which moved to the Mcleod Wellness Campus, according to a WPDE report.
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine presented an award for excellence in research in orthopedic sports medicine to Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush physicians, according to a practice news release.
Lee Kaplan, MD, a Florida-based orthopedic surgeon, performed arthroscopic knee surgery on Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, according to a Winnipeg Free Press report.
Professional football players who suffer muscle injuries often have lower vitamin D, which can cause an assortment of health problems, according to a study presented at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's Annual Meeting in San Diego.
Gender could be associated with an increased risk of cartilage lesions in anterior cruciate ligament knee injuries, according to a release from the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine.
July 07, 2011
Anthony Galea, MD, an orthopedic surgeon in Toronto, has agreed to cooperate with federal investigators on charges that he used human growth hormones when treating professional athletes, according to a report from The Vancouver Sun.