Expert clinician’s perspectives on environmental medicine and toxicant assessment in clinical practice

@inproceedings{Bijlsma2018ExpertCP,
  title={Expert clinician’s perspectives on environmental medicine and toxicant assessment in clinical practice},
  author={Nicole Bijlsma and Marc M Cohen},
  booktitle={Environmental health and preventive medicine},
  year={2018}
}
BACKGROUND Most clinicians feel ill-equipped to assess or educate patients about toxicant exposures, and it is unclear how expert environmental medicine clinicians assess these exposures or treat exposure-related conditions. We aimed to explore expert clinicians' perspectives on their practice of environmental medicine to determine the populations and toxicants that receive the most attention, identify how they deal with toxicant exposures and identify the challenges they face and where they… CONTINUE READING

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