MONTVALE, N.J., April 22 Primary care clinicians need tofocus on three key areas in women's health -- bacterial vaginosis, maternalnutritional status, and anemia. Clinicians, in tandem with ob/gyns and otherspecialists, have to work together to raise awareness about women's healthrequirements and to provide optimum patient care.
To meet the needs of healthcare providers, The Journal of Family Practiceand OBG Management have published a series of continuing medical educationnewsletters to help clinicians better identify, treat, and manage these keyissues in women's health.
The Journal of Family Practice, a peer-reviewed journal distributed to96,000 primary care physicians, and OBG Management, a peer-reviewed journaldistributed to 40,000 has collaborated with The Chatham Institute, a medicaleducation company, to develop this journal supplement. It was supported by aneducational grant from Ther-Rx Corporation.
Nurse practitioners and physician assistants can find this publication atapctoday.com, an online resource for advanced practice clinicians.
The Journal of Family Practice and OBG Management are published by DowdenHealth Media, a Division of Lebhar-Friedman, Inc. APCTODAY is copy-righted byDowden Health Media, a Division of Lebhar-Friedman, Inc. Dowden Health Mediais a full-service healthcare communications company that specializes inhigh-quality communication with physicians, advanced practice clinicians, andconsumers. Its highly respected, peer-reviewed journals reach more than300,000 physicians and clinicians in surgery, psychiatry, family practice,internal medicine and obstetrics/gynecology.The Women's Health Medical Education Network newsletters were published inthree installments -- September, November, and December 2007. These importantpublications are now available online athttp://www.jfponline.com/pages.asp?id=1061 and athttp://www.obgmanagement.com/pages.asp?id=2787
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