A retrospective chart review will be conducted for each resident (Arm 1) and for the faculty and resident (Arm 2) to assess the vaccine delivery and acceptance for 6 months prior to the intervention and 6 months post intervention.
The groups will be compared to assess for differences.
AAFP December Meeting (Birmingham); Rural Health Conference; CCHS Research Day Dr. Methods: UA medical students and family medicine residents survey responses were used to answer: How often do your patients make the following dietary changes after you provide nutrition advice?
Results: Seventy-five participants completed the survey. Of the participants 39% report controlling their diabetes with diet and exercise; 68% with oral medicine and 49% with insulin; 66% have knowledge of fasting blood glucose and 69% have knowledge of A1c levels.
Forty percent are interested in attending a diabetes education class. Melanie Tucker Background: Physicians are viewed as credible sources of health information, and the office an opportunity to share information about dietary modification.
The answer components addressed adherence to: the Mediterranean diet, the DASH diet, a low fat diet, My Plate recommendations, dietary patterns for type two diabetes, and evidence-based weight loss strategies.
The answer choices ranged from 1-6 to correspond to the following options respectively: don’t know, never, rarely, sometimes, often, and always. Due to recurrent fever and renal US, ceftriaxone 100mg/kg/d started. Patient discharged with antibiotics for diagnosis of viral infection vs UTI. This case demonstrates value of follow-up for treatment and diagnostic purposes.