1. Assess patients’ use of nutritional or dietary supplements and provide counseling to encourage safe and effective use.
2. Develop strategies to identify patients at risk of excessive intake of micronutrients, dangerous supplement-drug interactions, and harmful performance enhancing dietary supplements.
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Kathleen Rowland, MD, MS, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Chicago, Department of Family Medicine, Director of Continuing Medical Education, Department of Family Medicine, Residency Core Faculty and Director of Inpatient Family Medicine, Family Medicine Residency, Associate Fellowship Director, Family Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship, University of Illinois at Chicago-Advocate Illinois at Chicago-Advocate Illinois Masonic, Physician
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