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How Sex and Gender Impact Clinical Practice

  • ID: 4844317
  • Book
  • August 2020
  • 375 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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How Sex and Gender Impact Clinical Practice: An Evidence-Based Guide to Patient Care enables primary care clinicians by providing a framework to understand differences and better care for patients in their practice. Each chapter covers a subspecialty in medicine and discusses the influence of sex hormones on disease, along with sex and gender-based differences in clinical presentation, physical examination, laboratory results, treatment regimens, comorbidities and prognosis. Illustrative case examples and practical practice points help each chapter come alive. A special chapter on communication differences between men and women assists clinicians in their conversations with patients.

This book fills an important need by applying years of research findings to sex and gender specific medical care and demonstrating that an individualized approach to patient care will lead to improved detection, treatment and prevention of disease.

  • Explores the effects of sex and gender on disease presentation, treatment and prognosis, and how these differences influence clinical decision-making
  • Provides practical guidance that helps clinicians implement a more individualized approach to patient care
  • Contains information on diseases in each major specialty, as well as chapters on communication, pharmacology and public health challenges
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Section I: The Importance of Sex and Gender in Patient Care 1. Application of Sex and Gender Health: A Practical Framework 2. Clinician-Patient Communication: Gender Influences

Section II: Sex and Gender Evidence in Health and Disease 3. Addiction: Sex and Gender Evidence in Alcohol, Tobacco, and Opioids Substance Use Disorders 4. Autoimmune Diseases: Sex and Gender Evidence in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, and Ankylosing Spondylitis 5. Cancer Screening and Prevention: Sex and Gender Evidence in Lung, Breast, and Colorectal Cancer  6. Cardiovascular Disease: Sex and Gender Evidence in Acute Ischemic Syndrome and Heart Failure 7. Gastrointestinal Diseases: Sex and Gender Evidence in Liver Lesions, Gastroesophageal Reflux, and Inflammatory Bowel Disease 8. Mental Health: Sex and Gender Evidence in Schizophrenia, Depression, and Anxiety Disorders 9. Metabolic Disorders: Sex and Gender Evidence in Dyslipidemia, Diabetes, and Obesity 10. Musculoskeletal Disorders: Sex and Gender Evidence in ACL Injuries, Osteoarthritis, and Osteoporosis 11. Neurological Diseases: Sex and Gender Evidence in Stroke, Migraine, and Alzheimer's Dementia 12. Pharmacology: Sex and Gender Evidence in Medication Safety and Efficacy 13. Public Health in Your Practice: Sex and Gender Considerations in Access to Healthcare, Immunizations, and Intimate Partner Violence 14. Respiratory Diseases: Sex and Gender Evidence in Obstructive Sleep Apnea, COPD, and Asthma

Section III: Beyond Point of Care: Sex and Gender Influences in the Community of Practice 15. The Business of Medicine: Making the Case for a Sex and Gender Practice 16. Knowledge Resources in Sex and Gender Health

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Jenkins, Marjorie
Dr. Jenkins is Director of Medical Initiatives and Scientific Engagement at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Office of Women's Health (OWH); Graduate Research Program Director, Master of Education for Health Professions at Johns Hopkins University, College of Education. She is also a Professor, Internal Medicine at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Associate Dean for Women in Health, Director and Chief Scientific Officer; and Founding Director and Chief Scientific Officer for the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health and the J. Avery Rush Endowed Chair for Excellence in Women's Health Research. Prior to her career in medicine, she received a degree in Chemical Engineering and was employed at Kodak Eastman Chemical Company as a control system engineer.
Newman, Connie B.
Adjunct Professor of Medicine at the New York University School of Medicine, is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Obesity Medicine. She is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, the American Heart Association and the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA). She is the immediate Past President (2018-2019) of AMWA. Dr. Newman is recognized for her expertise in hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia, statin safety, and randomized controlled clinical trials. She is the Chair of an Endocrine Society clinical practice guideline on the management of dyslipidemia in endocrine diseases, and was Chair of the writing group for the American Heart Association's 2019 Scientific Statement on the safety of statins. Dr. Newman serves on the FDA Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders Advisory Committee.
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