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.
care physician coordinating care and maintaining open lines of communication with specialists and others involved in their patient's health. ... Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Editor.
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
Find out more about what your peers do on ACP Internist's blog. ... Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Editor.
The Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI), which was supported by the U.S. ... Editor's Note: The project described was supported by Funding Opportunity Number CMS-1L1-15-002 from the U.S.
The murder of 9 congregants at the Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., earlier this year was a painful, gut-wrenching reminder that firearm-related injuries and deaths remain ... nation. Editor's Note: This column was updated from the print
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.
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.
Our conference coverage is from the American Heart Association's 2019 Scientific Sessions, which were held in Philadelphia last November. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor.