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Monday, November 18, 2019

Colleen De Bellefonds

Colleen de Bellefonds is a strategic, results-oriented digital journalist, content strategist, editor & copywriter with more than a decade of experience working for health, wellness, parenting and lifestyle brands.

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Here’s why you should care about SDOH screening — and the important role NPs, PAs and RNs play in incorporating it into everyday routines.
As the suicide rate in the U.S. continues to grow, it's crucial that healthcare providers, regardless of specialty, understand the do's and don'ts of treat patients at risk of suicide.
For the first time, the American Diabetes Association released guidelines to help providers advise diabetes patients interested in trying life-changing tech, like glucose monitors and automated insulin delivery.
Ever treat a patient diagnosed with sarcoma, AKA the "forgotten cancer"? If not, you're certainly not the only medical professional.
There aren’t nearly enough practitioners to address Americans' mental health care needs—and the problem begins in nursing school.

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