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The term "compassion fatigue" was originally coined by Joinson,1 a nurse researching burnout in the emergency department.
A recent study of 2237 hospital- and office-base physicians found that most respondents regarded EHRs as having a negative effect on both the quantity and the quality of time they spent with patients.
All PWLH should receive brief standardized screening for chronic pain. A biopsychosocial approach should be used; and appropriate monitoring should take place.
Monthly Prescribing Reference spoke with Karen Broquet, MD, MHPE, Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Professor, Departments of Internal Medicine and Psychiatry, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield.
To shed light on the often-challenging management of this common condition, MPR presented the case of a hypothetical patient to a doctor who specializes in advanced heart failure and transplant cardiology.