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Sunday, January 19, 2020

Susan Kweskin

Susan Kweskin has been a medical writer and editor for decades. Most recently, she served as Editorial Director of a number of print publications and websites, including Psychiatric Times, Drug Topics, www.psychiatrictimes.com, www.patientcareonline.com, www.rheumatologynetwork.com, and www.neurologytimes.com.

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Gaming Disorder? The World Health Organization defines it as pattern of digital or video-gaming marked by impaired control over gaming, increasing priority given to...
Deaths from alcoholic cirrhosis have skyrocketed in the US, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal -- particularly among white, native, and Hispanic...
Patient-centered care: it may sound self-evident, but according to a blog “Important Advances in Nursing Science” posted on NursePractitionerSchools.com, patient-centric care is the...
The current makeup of the nurse practitioner workforce does not reflect the growing diversity of the US population. And such diversity could...
Two weeks ago, you saw a new patient who told you he wanted you to write him a prescription for an opioid...
Of all the patients you’ve seen in the past few weeks, are there one or two who stand out in a very...

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