Celebrate the 20th Anniversary
of The Clinical Advisor

Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of The Clinical Advisor

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Stop by our booth to have your cover photo taken. You may see yourself in a future print issue and on our website!


Check out all of the great snapshots from the 2018 conference!


Booth #209 from Wednesday, June 27 - Saturday, June 30

CA 20th Anniversary News

Progress Report in Cancer Control: How Are We Doing?

An analysis of population data on cancer incidence, survival, and mortality revealed that early interventions and improvements to treatments contributed to a 26% decline in cancer deaths from 1991 to 2015.

2001 to 2015 Saw Decline in Self-Employment in Health Care

Gap in earnings between self-employed and employed health care professionals also decreased.

Chagas Disease in the United States: A Growing Public Health Concern

The United States has the seventh highest prevalence of Chagas infection in the Western hemisphere, with most cases seen among immigrants from Latin America.

Internet "Challenges" and Teenagers: a Guide for Primary Care Providers

Discussions involving Internet challenges with children and adolescents should be as sensitive as those about sexuality and drug or alcohol use.

Lofexidine a Non-Narcotic Option for Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms

Lofexidine may help patients with opioid withdrawal symptoms or difficulty with opioid discontinuation.

Demographic Insights Into Hepatitis Vaccination Practices

From 2007 to 2015, the majority of initial hepatitis A, B, and A/B vaccinations were administered by primary care providers.

Social Media and Adolescents: What Are the Health Risks?

Primary care providers should screen for depression and other health-related risks associated with the use of social media by adolescents.

A History of Race and the Emerging Role of Genetics in Primary Care

In 2003, the Human Genome Project became the culmination of the history of genetics research, allowing us to understand the role of genetics in human health and disease. As part of The Clinical Advisor's 20th Anniversary, this article explores the influence of race and genetics in clinical practice.

Preventive Care Use Lower When Eligible Services Are Higher

The rate of preventive care use is lower when the number of guideline-recommended services is higher, and prioritizing recommendations may improve use of high-value services.

When Prejudice Influences Patient Care

Although clinicians must treat every patient, regardless of their illness or their past, circumstances may influence the emotional connection a care provider establishes.

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