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November 20, 2018

Addressing disparities in care, to the very end of life

By Elizabeth Zimmermann elizabethzimmermann

Not everyone in the United States speaks English as their first language. In fact, in 2013, the U.S. Census Bureau found that one of every five residents speaks another language at home. Unfortunately, this fact leads to another – for people with limited English proficiency, disparities are common in health care. The Agency for Healthcare […]

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Tags: Amelia Barwise, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, health disparities, ICU, intensive care unit, Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, research education


November 14, 2018

Mayo Clinic, UMN and Hennepin Healthcare collaborating to train the next generation

By Advancing the Science contributor advancingthescience

By Martha Coventry, Senior Editor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health Program will train the next generation of researchers to work with clinicians, administrators, and patients in health care settings. A new collaboration among three of Minnesota’s most important health research, education, and care delivery organizations — University of Minnesota School of Public Health, […]

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Tags: AHRQ, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, Nilay Shah, PCORI, research education


November 13, 2018

On the Front Lines of Anaphylaxis: Using Data to Save Lives

By Advancing the Science contributor advancingthescience

By Ronna Campbell, M.D., Ph.D.;  Megan Motosue, M.D.; and M. Fernanda Bellolio, M.D.; Mayo Clinic Anaphylaxis is a serious, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that affects millions of Americans. Today, nearly 15 million people in the U.S. have a food allergy and numbers are increasing. Symptoms of anaphylaxis can occur within seconds following exposure to an allergen such […]

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Tags: anaphylaxis, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, emergency department, emergency medicine, M. Fernanda Bellolio, Megan Motosue, OptumLabs, Ronna Campbell


October 11, 2018

Nausea and vomiting: Not just a possible symptom, a dreaded reality for some

By Meghan Knoedler meghanknoedler

Michelle was the matriarch of a big Italian family. Her life revolved around taking care of others and her love language was food. When she was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer, her life and family activities suddenly screeched to a halt. Her oncologist and health care team acted quickly and put her on chemotherapy, […]

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Tags: Aminah Jatoi, cancer, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, chemotherapy, Mayo Clinic Cancer Center


October 2, 2018

Research News Roundup — September 2018

By Elizabeth Zimmermann elizabethzimmermann

Each month, we publish Mayo Clinic’s Research News Roundup. This article includes brief summaries and links to news releases from the preceding month that discuss some of our latest medical research. It also connects readers to related resources. Read on for recent findings of Mayo Clinic Research: Mayo Clinic researchers receive Specialized Program of Research Excellence […]

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Tags: aging, cancer, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, JAMA, kidney disease, Matthew Block, Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, neurology, opioids, physician burnout, Research News Roundup


September 27, 2018

Research helps play it safe in the ICU

By Elizabeth Zimmermann elizabethzimmermann

ICU use of PTZ/VAN combo therapy safe for kidneys Life threatening infections, or sepsis, are one of the most common reasons people end up in the intensive care unit or stay longer in the hospital than originally expected. To combat these infections, physicians can choose from several antibiotics, and often will use a combination of […]

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Tags: Center for Clinical and Translational Science, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, Diana Schreier, Erin Barreto, ICU, intensive care unit, pharmacy


September 13, 2018

The rising tide of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

By Elizabeth Zimmermann elizabethzimmermann

Liver disease? Me? I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. Okay, so I don’t exercise that much, and where did all these candy bar wrappers come from? Anyway, I thought liver disease was just for alcoholics? These are question many Americans ask when diagnosed with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. But as its name implies, NAFLD is […]

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Tags: Alina Allen, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, OptumLabs, Rochester Epidemiology Project


August 30, 2018

Knock, knock, the nurse practitioner is here

By Elizabeth Zimmermann elizabethzimmermann

When Burt Ramaker left the hospital following a successful hip replacement, he didn’t plan to go back any time soon. He and his wife Ardis imagined they would spend time at a skilled nursing facility to get him back on his feet, and then they’d be back at their waterfront cabin. Instead, they found themselves […]

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Tags: care transitions, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, Rozalina McCoy


August 22, 2018

Shedding light on the ‘sunshine vitamin’

By Advancing the Science contributor advancingthescience

Vitamin D, sometimes referred to as the ‘sunshine vitamin,’ comes up frequently in the clinical setting. Over the last few decades, we have learned that vitamin D may actually have a much broader role in human health than once thought. A deficiency in vitamin D is very common, mainly due to limited sun exposure in […]

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Tags: Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, Daniel Dudenkov, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Rochester Epidemiology Project


July 11, 2018

Mayo Clinic-led Study Finds Breast Cancer Survivors Aren’t Getting Recommended Number of Mammograms Post-Surgery

By Nicole Brudos Ferrara nicoleferrara

Breast cancer survivors are not getting the recommended level of post-surgery screening, according to a study published in the May 2018 issue of the Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (JNCCN).  Contrary to screening recommendations, mammography rates decline over time as women get further out from their breast cancer diagnosis; African-American women in particular […]

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Tags: breast cancer, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, Kathryn Ruddy, Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, OptumLabs, women's health


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