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New study blames 3 factors for rapidly increasing physician burnout

Physician burnout is a serious problem, for both providers and for patients. In fact, 83 percent of respondents to an April 2018 survey said that burnout was a moderate or serious problem for many clinicians and clinical leaders...

source: By Lynn Hetzler
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Three years in the making, the much anticipated third edition of the very popular Review Text is now available — and it comes in two versions for one very fair price. In addition to the 500-page hard copy that will be sent by UPS, you will also have online access...

source: ACFAOM

The objective of this study was to compare the incidence of osteomyelitis based on different operational definitions using the gold standard of bone biopsy, we prospectively enrolled 35 consecutive patients who met the criteria...

source: Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery

Although the role of shoe constructions on running injury and performance has been widely investigated, systematic reviews on the shoe construction effects on running biomechanics were rarely reported....

source: Journal of Sports Science & Medicine

There is limited evidence of shoe impact in younger children, particularly in the context of immature gait patterns. It is unclear if the impact from shoes in younger children is similar to what has been seen in...

source: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research

In a study soon to be published in Microvascular Research, Wu and colleagues took a closer look at the effect of walking speed and duration on the blood flow to plantar skin. Studying non-diabetics in this cohort to establish a “normal...

source: Podiatry Today


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