A public health nurse informs a pediatrician that a well baby has "some kind of a heart murmur."
An internist and a family health worker make a home visit to an elderly patient with hypertension whose condition is out of control and who is unable to come to the health center because of the snow.
A medical sociologist discusses with the medical staff the differences between what they thought they told the patient in the office and what the patient actually understood.
A pediatric resident lectures a new group of public health nurses on "poisioning and accidents in childhood."
A computerized medical audit shows that, contrary to the belief of the physicians, not all children registered in the center are immunized.
A family health worker visits a patient's home to determine the reason for repeated broken appointments.
Pediatric urine samples are routinely obtained to detect asymptomatic lead ingestion.
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