Volume 119, Issue 3 (September 2020)
- Comparison of Attitudes of Wisconsin Health Care Providers and Pharmacists Toward Vaccine Administration and Perceived Barriers
- Does Supply Equal Demand? The Workforce of Direct Patient Care Genetic Counselors in Wisconsin
- Age- and Sex-Specific Risk Factors for Youth Suicide: A Mixed Methods Review
- Changes in Alcohol Use Patterns in the United States During COVID-19 Pandemic
- Utilization and Results of Repeat SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR Testing in a Presumptive Low Prevalence Population
- Efficacy of Distance-Based EMS Education in a Low-Resource Country
- The Impact of a Community Resource Navigator Program on Patient Trust
- Implementing Clinical Pharmacists in Primary Care: Care Team Satisfaction Survey Results
- COVID-19 Experience in a Wisconsin Academic Medical Center
- University of Wisconsin Guidelines for Treatment of Facial Trauma While Minimizing the Risk of COVID-19 Transmission
- The Development of a Daily Comprehensive and Multidisciplinary Health Care
- Facial-Stapedial Synkinesis Following Acute Idiopathic Facial Palsy
- Fluoroquinolones and the Risk of Aortopathy: A Systematic Review
EDITORIALS & OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
- In This Issue: Focus on Team-Based Care
- As I See It: The Year Sports Died
- As I See It: Redefining Self-Interest – The US Response to COVID-19
- Dean’s Corner: A New Road Map for Our Nation’s Response to COVID-19
- Letter to the Editor: Emotional Support in Times of COVID-19: A Latinx Community Initiative
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November 17, 2020
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