Students Suhas Kellampalli, Blessed Mbogo and Ariana Nigoghosian interact with family medicine departmental faculty; learn healthcare accommodations for people with disabilities; and complete in-depth research projects.
The results of the qualitative study found that individuals experiencing hypoglycemia face biological changes, social challenges, and ‘thinking traps’ about proper management of the condition, despite using CGMs.
Many Spanish-speaking patients tell Katherine Hughey, M.D., that being able to talk to a doctor in their native language creates a special level of trust. Hughey says patients will often come to clinic visits with communications related to their health that are written in English, but which they wish to discuss with her in Spanish.
It is with great sorrow that we announce that Michael D. Fetters, M.D., M.P.H., M.A., long-time faculty, colleague, physician, mentor and friend, died this weekend after a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer.
Two papers find that the pandemic was associated with decreased gestational age of infants and maternal distress over prenatal care, but had no significant effects on prenatal depression, perceived stress.