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Person-centered care; meeting for good nutrition; celebrities with cancer – Morning Medical Update


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Research with AHRQ

The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will continue its webinar series, “Strengthening Primary Care Research” with “Research on Person-Centered Care,” a June 27 webinar. “Three presenters will discuss their research on the associations between shared decision making and chronic care; how primary care clinicians participate in models for connecting patients to community services; and implementation of a scalable, person-centered chronic pain management program,” according to the official description. Sign up here.

Feeling hungry?

The American Society of Nutrition announced its flagship Nutrition 2024 will take place in Chicago starting June 29. There’s a pre-conference educational program, “Nutrition in Clinical Practice: A Comprehensive Course for Physicians,” on June 28.

Celebrity cancer cases

Kate Middleton, formally Catherine Princess of Wales, singers Kevin Jonas and Linda Perry, and others living in the public eye discuss their various diagnoses in this compilation by Cure, a sister publication of Medical Economics.

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