What Roles Can NPs and PAs Play in a Practice? Part 2
Approaches to orienting and training a nurse practitioner, keeping lines of communication open, and overcoming challenges are discussed.
What Roles Can NPs and PAs Play in a Practice? Part 1
The team approach allows for more eyes on the patient, so more information can be gathered to help pinpoint any barriers to care.
Make the Most of Online Physician Reviews
When choosing a healthcare provider, many consumers value online reviews of physicians. How can you make the most of this opportunity?
Reasons to Work at a Hospital
Is employment with a hospital the right fit for your endocrinology career?
Sexual Dysfunction in Diabetes
Asking about and treating sexual dysfunction may not only improve a patient’s quality of life, but also address serious health problems down the road.
Your Diabetes Patients’ Goals: Keep it Realistic
To help your patients set and reach health goals and lifestyle changes, devote time at each visit to speak about more than their disease condition.
LADA: Time to Update Diabetes Classification?
Is LADA a separate disease entity or does it lie on an autoimmune continuum as a slowly progressive form of T1DM?
Top 10: Endocrinology Network 2016
SGLT2 inhibitors, GLP-1 receptor agonists, insulin, and more – we’ve compiled a list of this year’s most popular articles on Endocrinology Network.
Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Diabetes
Creating a better understanding of how race and ethnicity impact social determinants of health can improve culturally tailored diabetes interventions.
Stress: Preventing and Handling
Competitiveness, compulsiveness, ambitiousness – these are some key characteristics of physicians that increase stress and burnout.