How Effective Healthcare Communication Contributes to Health Equity

“I take one of that and one of the other.” “In the morning?” “In the morning.” “Like this.” “Okay.” (Narrator) Effective healthcare communication policies and practices, including provider health literacy contribute to improving the quality of services for culturally and linguistically diverse populations as well as people with limited health literacy skills. At HRSA, we […]

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Occupational therapy For Hand, Shoulder, & Rotator Cuff Injuries after Traumatic Motorcycle Accident

Relax, good. Open and make a fist with everything, pull and open. Stop, and open go, go, go, go, go go, and relax. Everything now close. Squeeze, pull, pull, pull pinky come on pinky. Go, pull, and relax, good. And pull, and relax. Good. And you pull your fingers forward. Did you feel it? You […]

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Exercise Physiology and Physician Assistant: EKG Interprofessional Education

My name is Kim Kruger I am a Family Physician, I am the Department Chair and Program Director of the Physician Assistant program. So, what we are doing here today, The exercise physiology faculty, Dr. Lisa Kappes, runs a lab, an exercise physiology lab. Where the EXP students run treadmill testing. Which is a type […]

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How Air Force PJ’s Perform Tactical Combat Casualty Care | Medical | Tactical Rifleman

all right how’s it going my name is Stocks at T1G and what I want to do is just briefly cover the synopsis of what T Triple C means that’s tactical combat casualty care tactical combat casualty care is basically a priority in technique matrix when you have a dynamic environment with bad guys shooting […]

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