Physician Burnout: MD-Update Q & A with Dr. Shawn Jones

Maintaining physician wellness is critical to our nation for surviving the COVID-19 pandemic. Physician burnout is not new, but it’s

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Q & A with Scott Neal

In recent days, we have heard questions from a variety of people. I usually think that when a few people

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Q & A with Danesh Mazloomdoost, MD

LEXINGTON With many medical specialties now taking a more holistic approach to healthcare, it is not uncommon to place mental

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What’s New at Shriners Hospital for Children Medical Center-Lexington?

LEXINGTON After 60+ years as an inpatient hospital on 27 pastoral acres on Richmond Road, in 2017 Shriners Hospital moved

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The Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging

■ MD-Update It’s been almost two years since we spoke. What’s been going on at the Institute for Sustainable Health

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An Overlooked Complication

LEXINGTON Hearing loss is about twice as common in people with diabetes, yet hearing tests are frequently overlooked in routine

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Reaching Every Child in Kentucky

■ MD-UPDATE: Some of our readers are new, so tell us about yourself. SCHAEFFER: I was born in Louisville, grew

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Parenting Tips from the Pediatrician’s Office

■ MD-UPDATE: Please give us a brief synopsis of your medical training, your background and current practice. ELDRIDGE: I graduated

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Opioids and Pain

■ MD-UPDATE: Describe the current state of opioid use, abuse, misuse, and addiction in Kentucky. MAZLOOMDOOST: Kentucky is consistently ranked

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Q&A with Ronald Waldridge, II, MD

LOUISVILLE MD-UPDATE Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Newton talked with KentuckyOne Health Medical Group’s Physician Executive Ronald Waldridge, II, MD, to learn more

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