University of Wisconsin–Madison Medical College of Wisconsin

Volume 119, Issue 4 (December 2020)



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February 22, 2021


Pharmacotherapy for Management of ‘Kratom Use Disorder’: A Systematic Literature Review With Survey of Experts

Original Research

Barriers to Self-Disclosing Level of Maternal Care: What Are Wisconsin Hospitals Worried About?

Brief Reports

Current Trends in HPV Vaccine Uptake: Wisconsin and United States, 2016-2019

Pediatrician Exposure to Neuromuscular Patients

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Calling all artists: There are just a few days left to submit your photography, digital design or photos of painting, drawing, sculpture, etc to illustrate the impact of race & racism on health. Deadline is Jan 31. #art #healthcare #racism #wisconsin

Calling all artists: We are seeking photography, digital design or photographs of painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, or textile/fiber art to illustrate a special issue on the impact of race and racism on health. Deadline is Dec 31.

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