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Reflecting on a busy year and on returning home

young physicians as they develop their careers, helps with obtaining and maintaining competence, assists with board certification and recertification, publishes internal medicine's premier journal, develops well-thought public policy, and
April 2013

Obituary

He began his medical career at a hospital in Buffalo, before moving to Washington, D.C., where he practiced medicine at Georgetown University Hospital.
April 2015

A generalist and educator marks 20 years of ACP Fellowship

Hardest medical lesson: Early on in my career, I sometimes stuck to a diagnosis when I should have kept an open mind to other possibilities.
November 2009

Physicians practice putting mind over matter

Meditation techniques help physicians maintain an open outlook.
January 2008

Latest updates on ACP's priorities, initiatives

ACP strongly supports any efforts to eliminate the gender inequities that exist in compensation and career advancement opportunities for females in the internal medicine profession. ... organizations that employ physicians, investment in leadership
September 2018

Hospital medicine meeting offers advice for all internists

palliative care, consulting as a career and infectious disease control.
June 2010

Graduate medical education and the new accreditation system

while at the same time guiding residents' career choices at the completion of the program and seeing that clinical services operate smoothly.
June 2013

Chapter awards

Robert Fine, MD, FACP, Laureate Award. Aaron Samsula, MD, FACP, Early Career Physician Leader of the Year Award.
April 2016

Hands-on learning is the new Clinical Skills Center's mission

of Education and Career Development for ACP.
April 2008

Clarity of vision sets the stage for ACP's work

Throughout these years, the College has provided the structure, identity, education, and career satisfaction that have made me a better internist. ... The rate of “burnout” remains unacceptably high, with 60% of physicians considering stopping
May 2016

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