This summer has brought my family some big transitions, such as moving from one region of the country to another. For more information, please see the July newsletter, Roaming with the Bison and John Muir prose-poetry.
This week, please enjoy a blogroll roundup of the 10 most popular blogposts published since January 2018. If you have a favorite that didn't make the popularity list, please link to it in the comments section below. Would love to hear from you!
The 10 Most Popular Posts since January 2018
- New Year 2018 Survey: Prioritizing the 2018 Projects (Jan 2018)
- Research Review: Discussing Acupuncture for Pain Management with a Physician? Read and cite these Key Research Papers. (Jan 2018)
- Mel Hopper Koppleman of Evidence-Based Acupuncture, answers this question in just 16 minutes (perfect to watch on your next lunch break!). Mel chose several studies that meet 3 useful criteria when talking with a neurologist:
- the effects of acupuncture are long-term and thus acupuncture is not a placebo
- acupuncture treatment improves neuroplasticity
- acupuncture treatment affects the mu-opioid receptors
- With the opioid crisis in the U.S. and Acupuncturists' ability to treat pain and help reduce patient's need for opioids, we, as a profession, need to consistently document patient pain levels. This is a very useful, easy to learn (and apply) metric. For a deeper dive into this topic, sign up for the short course.
- a useful one-pager for primary care providers looking for a quick reference point for referrals for non-pharm pain management therapies.
- Monumental news for the profession, and especially for hospital-based providers and their hospital-sponsors (hospital admin)
- A research article review by one of our volunteer reviewers followed by a useful resource section (with videos) for practitioners to review the COX pathway in the inflammation process and the pharmacology of NSAIDs.
- This is #4 in the new series, answering the question, How do I get my foot in the door of hospital practice? The series is currently being converted back into a pdf as a download-able resource. To pre-order your copy of the download-able pdf, follow this link.
- This is #6 in the How do I get my foot in the door of hospital practice? series.
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