MSU News features Adesuwa Olomu’s work on blood pressure control, mentored by Margaret Holmes-Rovner

blood-pressureDr. Olomu, of MSU’s Department of Medicine, and Dr. Holmes-Rovner, of MSU’s Center for Ethics and the Department of Medicine, have been collaborators since Dr. Olomu came to MSU in 2000. Dr. Holmes-Rovner is currently the primary mentor on Dr. Olomu’s AHRQ career development grant entitled, Closing the Research-to-Practice Gap in Cardiac Care of Minority and Low Income Populations. The newly published work is the first in a series of articles describing Dr. Olomu’s successful application of shared decision-making and evidence-based care in safety-net clinics.

Read the article on MSU News.

Those with MSU library access can read the full study in the Journal of Clinical Hypertension.

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