The Wisconsin Research and Education Network (WREN) is a community of Wisconsin primary care physicians and university researchers working together to answer important questions that affect primary care practice, its physicians and their patients. Your gift, whatever the amount, will help us to answer questions like these:
Researchers have learned that the antibiotic azithromycin can be an effective treatment for some forms of adult asthma. A recently published meta-analysis of 12 randomized, controlled trials of macrolides (like azithromycin) for the long term management of asthma in adults found benefits for symptoms, quality of life, bronchial hyper-reactivity and peak flow. This meta-analysis includes two WREN studies:
Providing care to patients can be a complex process, especially when patients come in the doctor’s office with many different health care issues. The more complex the visit, the more likely an error might be made. This study investigated the relationships between the complexity of the problems that patients presented, a physician’s workload, quality of care and medical errors.
Learn more about this project: Mental Workload & Medical Error in Primary Care Practice
Learn more about this project: Proactive Risk Assessment of Primary Care of the Elderly
WREN doctors and researchers are already busy answering these and many other questions that affect Wisconsin community medical practices. You can help us answer these questions with your gift. Every gift, big or small, will help us make a difference.
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