October 1, 2009
How doctors present information, and whether their clients realize the information was presented, are more important to patient satisfaction than what specific content a doctor relays, according to this novel study comparing how parents and trained observers perceived the doctors' communications during pediatric visits.
September 1, 2006
Although brief primary care alcohol counseling has been shown to benefit patients with alcohol misuse and providers generally believe that addressing alcohol misuse is an important clinical responsibility, rates of alcohol counseling are low. This q ...
April 1, 2007
Program Result Report
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists spearheaded an effort to establish the U.S. Public Health Service's smoking cessation guideline as a routine part of prenatal care for all pregnant women in the United States.