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Organization-Wide Approaches to Foster Effective Unit-Level Efforts to Improve Clinician Well-Being Has related author video

While an enterprise approach is necessary to systematically advance clinician well-being, the unique needs of each specialty and occupation at the work-unit-level have the greatest potential to address day-to-day issues. [Watch video]

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Using Influential Peers to Promote Professional Fulfillment

A controlled IMPACT organizational intervention by respected colleagues proves to be an effective and cost-effective way to engage physicians in practices that improve occupational well-being.

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Angiotensin Receptor–Neprilysin Inhibition in Reduced Ejection Fraction Heart Failure Patients Has related author video

Using real-world experiences from two large multicenter cohorts, this study demonstrates that ANRIs are well tolerated in patients with advanced kidney disease and reduce all-cause mortality and HR rehospitalizations. [Watch video]

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Risk of Hematologic Malignancies in Elderly Patients With Ankylosing Spondylitis Has related author video

This cohort study and systematic review advises clinicians who care for older adults with AS to be aware of the elevated risks of non-Hodgkin lymphoma/chronic lymphocytic leukemia and multiple myeloma in this group of patients. [Watch video]

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Dr Karl Nath discusses the Editor's Choice and Highlighted articles in the January 2023 issue.

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Author Interviews

Dr Yan-Bo Zhang finds adherence to a healthy lifestyle is associated with lower risk of CV disease and premature death among patients with diabetes.

Read the article, Association of Combined Healthy Lifestyles With Cardiovascular Disease and Mortality Among Patients With Diabetes: An International Multi-Cohort Study

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MCP Pioneers and Legends

Dr Vesna Garovic, Section Editor for Women's Health and Medicine of Sex Differences, facilitates a conversation with Dr Nanette Wenger, a distinguished professor from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Nanette Wenger: History of Cardiology at Emory and Grady


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