P M Quinby

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Physicians' attitudes are important in dealing with issues of substance abuse in women. The primary care physician is in a unique position to take advantage of the doctor-patient relationship and initiate diagnosis and treatment of substance abuse. When the primary care physician is supportive of the patient, both begin from a position of strength. Patients(More)
Ceftriaxone was approved in 1997 for the treatment of otitis media despite previous studies that documented an association of ceftriaxone with elevated hepato-biliary enzymes and transient biliary stasis. The case cited here highlights the need for continued awareness education for physicians who may use ceftriaxone to treat common illnesses such as acute(More)
The Physician Preceptor Program is a preclinical elective integrating human values into medical education. Through an interdepartmental effort, a one-on-one, mentor-type learning model has been established. Home visits, journal keeping, office visits, and round table discussions are integral components of the course. All participants are enthusiastic about(More)
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