“It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory.” —W. Edwards Deming For practices to survive, change is a requirement—not an option—in the rapidly evolving practice of rheumatology care. Pharmaceutical therapies are advancing quickly, opening the door for game-changing therapies in the treatment of chronic autoimmune disorders. With these advances comes a need for… [Read More]
Carina Stanton, BSJ, MA, is a freelance science journalist based in Denver. She has been writing about science for more than 16 years, covering a range of healthcare topics, including rheumatology, surgery, nursing and executive leadership. Her work has appeared in newspapers, newsletters, trade and consumer magazines, books and peer-reviewed journals. Carina has also covered a range of other science news topics, including environmental science, marine biology and archaeology. She has conducted her own research in historical archaeology in Great Britain and Scotland and worked on dig sites in Northern Ireland and Wales. As a former mass media science and engineering fellow for the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Carina is inspired to advance the public understanding of science. When she is not working indoors, Carina is happy spending time outside with her husband and two young children to hike, mountain bike and help her children grow their passion for nature.
Articles by Carina Stanton
As he prepares to take on his newest volunteer role with the ACR, leading the Government Affairs Committee (GAC), Angus Worthing, MD, FACR, FACP, is looking forward to making the most of the opportunities that a unified government can offer the ACR in advocating for rheumatology care. “Advocacy is an investment in our profession—regardless of… [Read More]