Urgent Caring is the official newsletter of the College of Urgent Care Medicine. A peer-reviewed publication includes editorials from UCA Board members, case studies, expert insights, Urgent Updates and more.
Urgent Caring, a peer-reviewed publication from the College of Urgent Care Medicine, is published quarterly and includes editorials from UCA Board members, case studies, expert insights, Urgent Updates and more.
This issue will feature;
Letter from the President by Chris Chao, MD
From the Editors – Tracey Davidoff, MD, FCUCM and Cesar Mora Jaramillo, MD, FAAFP, FCUCM
Q2’s Cause for Applause – Recognizing Sean McNeeley, MD, FCUCM
Meet the New Board Members
Overcoming Prescribing Hesitancy of Ritonavir-Boosted Nimatrelvir (Paxlovid) – Chris Chao, MD
Case Study: Jaundice in an Adult Female – Cesar Mora Jaramillo, MD, FAAFP, FCUCM
Case Study: Dermadilemma – Young Girl with a Rash – Tracey Davidoff, MD, FCUCM
Hippo Education Contribution: Are You Using Profession Interpreters In Your Urgent Care? If the Answer is No, You Should Be! – Victoria Pittman, MPAP, PA-C
EB Medicine: KidBits: Closed Head Injury in Pediatric Patients
Clinical Pathway – Adult Close Head Injury
Clinical Pathway – Pediatric Closed Head Injury
Best Practice from CUCM: Antibiotic Stewardship
In the News: Monkeypox – Chris Chao, MD
Wound Care: Myths About Irrigation & How to Improve Your Practice – Patrick O’Malley, MD
Urgent Updates: May/June 2022
More on Relapses After Paxlovid Treatment for COVID-19
Abbott Obtains FDA Clearance For First Test That Simultaneously Detects Four Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIS) As Cases Are On The Rise
Risk of Infection and Hospitalization Among Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Children and Adolescents in New York after the Emergence of the Omicron Variant
How Repeated Influenza Vaccination Effect Might Apply to COVID-19 Vaccines
Antithrombotic Therapy for Venous Thromboembolism
Acute and Persistent Effects of Commonly Used Antibiotics on the Gut Microbiome and Resistome in Healthy Adults
The Urgent Care Association (UCA) designates this enduring material activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™. Physicians should claim credits only commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Credits may be claimed for one year from the date of release of this issue.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirement and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) though the Urgent Care Association and the College of Urgent Care Medicine. UCA is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
College of Urgent Care Medicine
Christopher Chao, Patrick O'Malley, Tracey Davidoff, Cesar Mora Jaramillo, Victoria Pittman