Reinforcing Education for Adrenal Insufficiency Self-Management Improves Patient Outcomes
A quality improvement project by the Endocrinology team at Nationwide Children’s identifies and addresses knowledge gaps among patients and caregivers with adrenal insufficiency.
A quality improvement effort resulted in the first-known composite score to track multiple clinical indicators of diabetes-related health in patients with Type 1.
Choking prevention and intervention education offer a simple way to address this common cause of death among PWS patients.
A survey suggests providers may need unique strategies for counseling sometimes disinterested youth on important reproductive health issues.
Experts are learning how a focus on behavioral health and psychosocial support can lead to better outcomes among youth with disorders/differences of sex development.
Study demonstrates the utility of a high risk assessment screening tool in differentiating between patients with versus patients without any acute health care utilization.
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