Survey shows many adults are still skipping or delaying needed health care and that PAs may help ease the health care crisis.
Researchers sought to determine whether there was an association between prescribing nonguideline concordant ASM in newly diagnosed epilepsy in older adults and subsequent injury.
Nurses refute claims of a shortage and say many of the 1-million nurses with active licenses are not working because of unsafe staffing.
Researchers compared patient satisfaction with telemedicine visits conducted via phone vs video.
In an American Academy of Neurology (AAN) survey, researchers assessed self-reported gender disparities experienced by US-based AAN members doing research in neurology.
Expert calls Pennsylvania’s hospital strike teams short-sighted and a distraction from urgently needed evidence-based policy actions to improve nurse staffing issues.
In a retrospective study, researchers sought to identify risk factors that are predictive of delayed seizure detection on continuous electrocephalogram among patients who are critically ill.
A substantial government investment will support efforts across the country to “shore up, scale up, and staff up” suicide prevention and crisis care services.
Researchers conducted a survey to determine whether physicians can estimate patients’ out-of-pocket expenses, based on information about drug prices and patients’ insurance plans.
Researchers report on willingness of the general US population to pay for telehealth in a post-pandemic world.
A review of 81 RCTs explored the effectiveness of educational meetings — either alone or with other interventions — in improving clinical practice and patients outcomes.
Researchers sought to describe the experiences of neurologists caring for patients with neurodegenerative disorders in a community-based, outpatient setting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers sought to assess US neurologic quality of care performance using the 2019 Axon Registry data and identify what provider traits and other factors may influence measure performance.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused sustained effects among clinicians across personal, clinical, education, and research domains.
A pair of researchers sought to describe academic nurses’ experiences engaging clinical nurses when implementing research-based knowledge in hospital settings.
Researchers conducted a randomized clinical trial to determine whether targeted messaging could improve the return to in-person visits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Study researchers sought to assess the different trends in diagnosis, follow-up, and wait times among new referrals to neurology outpatient services.
The researchers’ objective was to examine whether PTSD could be compared and assessed based on DSM-IV and DSM-5 criteria, using PTSD Checklists.
The researchers’ objective was to investigate whether racial/ethnic minority groups, women, and older adults are underrepresented among participants in vaccine clinical trials.
This literature review explored the nature of racial bias in the clinical setting
With telehealth visits on the rise amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition conducted a survey of 2007 patients across the United States.
The transition from the International Classification of Disease (ICD)-9 to ICD-10 coding system may impact estimates of neurologic disease prevalence.
The objective of this study was to assess the implementation of teleneurology, including patient and clinician experiences, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this qualitative study, researchers explored the current approaches, communication experiences, and challenges facing neurology interdisciplinary health professionals in palliative care.
The study was conducted by Pfizer and the University of Texas Medical Branch.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America, American Academy of Neurology, and American College of Rheumatology provided new clinical practice guidelines for Lyme disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
A photoplethysmography biosensor present in millions of smartphones could potentially be approved by the FDA for pulse oximetry monitoring.
In an effort to aid real-time epidemiology efforts, researchers have unveiled a mobile application called the COVID Symptom Tracker.
In light of the changes inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the researchers wished to explore the effects of the pandemic on stroke management during the first month of Italy’s lockdown.
Among 121 healthcare personnel exposed to a patient with unrecognized COVID-19, 43 became symptomatic and 3 tested positive for SARS-CoV-2.