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Non-Judgmental, Patient-Centered Care Is Most Effective when Talking with Families about Firearm Safety

In 2020, firearm injuries were the leading cause of death in U.S. children 18 and younger, accounting for 3,230 children’s deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

Author Rachel Sauer | Publish Date June 13, 2022
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Research    Community    COVID-19    Child & Adolescent    CU Medicine Today

How the Pandemic Changed Children’s Relationships With Social Media

Responding to concerns over increased screen time for teenagers during the pandemic and the potential negative effects of social media use, CU School of Medicine psychology faculty members Jenna Glover, PhD, Sandra Fritsch, MD, and Merlin Ariefdjohan, PhD, reviewed recent studies on children and digital technology, synthesizing their findings in a paper published this month in the journal Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America.

Author Greg Glasgow | Publish Date January 17, 2022
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School of Medicine In the News


Should primary patellofemoral dislocations be treated surgically?

news outletHealio
Publish DateJune 23, 2022

Traditionally, primary patellofemoral dislocations (first-time patellar dislocations) have been treated conservatively. It is still considered the standard of care. 

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Kaiser Health News

Trump’s Legacy Looms Large as Colorado Aims to Close the Hispanic Insurance Gap

news outletKaiser Health News
Publish DateJune 23, 2022

Armando Peniche Rosales has a crooked toe that for years has predicted the weather, growing sensitive when rain or cold is coming.

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American Medical Association

Lotte Dyrbye, MD, on physician mistreatment by patients, families and visitors

news outletAmerican Medical Association
Publish DateJune 23, 2022

In today’s episode of Moving Medicine, AMA Chief Experience Officer Todd Unger discusses the mistreatment and harassment of physicians and its effect on physician well-being with Lotte Dyrbye, MD, senior associate dean of faculty and chief well-being officer at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver.

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Popular Science

Best hearing aids under $100

news outletPopular Science
Publish DateJune 22, 2022

Virtually all hearing aids cost $1,000 or more, which makes finding the best hearing aids under $100 prohibitively challenging.

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