December 11, 2023
Inexperienced CMEs can cost you time and money, not to mention putting your job at risk
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For professional drivers it can’t be said enough, it’s all about your health. Our nations economy depends on your work and the nations highways depend on your health. Staying fit to pass your physical is important for employment but also for you and your family. A properly administered DOT physical gives you peace of mind and assurance that your helping create healthier highways for the American public. Now lets get you a proper CME. Just search above and a local CME will appear!
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The Community Wellness Platform
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We’re building the first community-driven health and wellness platform for people at-risk of or living with NAFLD/NASH – with the power and potential to help make a positive impact to the lives of millions across America.
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2023 The State of NAFLD/NASH Care in America™: Patient Perspectives Research
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) are currently the leading causes of chronic liver disease among adults in the United States. As part of our ongoing initiative, The State of NAFLD/NASH Care in America™, we are conducting an annual research survey to better understand the impact of these conditions on patients’ quality of life, medical management, and social support response.
We would like to invite you to participate in this year’s research study conducted by Wayne Eskridge and his research team at the Fatty Liver Foundation. Your participation in this study is entirely optional.
If you choose to participate, you will complete a survey designed to provide us with insights into the experiences of individuals living with NAFLD/NASH. The survey should take about 15 to 20 minutes to complete.