Amy E. Foxx-Orenstein, FACP. Editor's note: ACP InternistWeekly's March 18 edition covered a court's decision to award internist Gary Gibson, FACP, money to cover the cost of ... James O. Wells, FACP. Atlanta. As an Ohio physician, I was pleased to note
What's more, patients who are ingesting, smoking, or inhaling marijuana or related products may not be telling their physicians about them. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor.
It's not always easy to attract medical professionals to practice in rural areas, so incentive programs, such as loan forgiveness, are relatively commonplace. ... Patients whose cases are accepted undergo a rigorous examination by a panel of physicians
While the presidential candidates debate different strategies for reforming the ailing U.S. ... Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Editor.
If internal medicine's leadership is limited to complaining, we will never see positive change. ... Editor's Note: Dr. Centor is the outgoing Chair of the Board of Regents.
Find out more about what your peers do on ACP Internist's blog. ... Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Editor.
Finally, this issue's Q&A delves into the details of a large medical home pilot in Colorado.
As 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 certain ... I've enjoyed my time as editor, especially the opportunity to work with such a talented group of editors
ACP has issued guidance in several areas of women's health over the past year, including pelvic exams, cervical cancer screening, and breast cancer screening. ... As Bob Doherty, ACP's senior vice president for governmental affairs and public policy,
Patients often report difficulty sleeping, and it's up to internists to determine which ones are suffering from lifestyle-related conditions like stress and which are affected by sleep apnea. ... Although ACP's premier scientific meeting is always a big