Also, Paula S. Katz provides highlights from Digestive Disease Week, held last May and June in Chicago. ... This issue is my first as editor of ACP Internist, and I'm excited to help continue the good work we've done so far.
That's now changing, as master's programs focusing specifically on quality have begun cropping up across the country. ... Next month's issue will feature our wrapup of coverage from Internal Medicine 2010, held in April in Toronto.
It's not always clear, however, what an adequate system might look like. ... What's not quite clear yet, though, is the place they have in medicine.
However, physicians visited by the ACP's Center for Practice Innovation agreed that the eventual benefits are worth the time and money invested.
Two frequently missed diagnosesâ”intimate partner violence and SjÃ gren's syndromeâ”are the focus of this month's issue. ... Write to us anytime. Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Editor.
Many readers have already discovered ACP Internist's blog, which is updated daily with the latest studies from scientific journals, highlights of medical conferences and other news of note. ... E-mail us. Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Editor.
A s my tenure as editor of ACP Internist draws to a close, I'm struck by how much has changed over the past five and a half years and how ... I've enjoyed my time as editor, especially the opportunity to work with such a talented group of editors and
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For example, MinuteClinic's list of services includes monitoring for diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, and hypertension. ... Editor's Note: Dr. McLean's statements do not necessarily reflect official policies of ACP.
Dr. Ejnes agrees that the data in marijuana's favor are not yet definitive. ... Editor's Note: Dr. Ejnes is Chair-elect of ACP's Board of Regents.