Editor's Note: ACP recently developed a policy position paper on retail health clinics, which was published in the Dec. ... He completed his residency in internal medicine, primary care at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
This issue also includes the first column by ACP's new President, Jack Ende, MD, MACP. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive 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.
Force-feeding Guantanamo prisoners tortures medical profession. [Editor’s note: This piece first appeared in The Plain Dealer on Sept. ... It is, therefore, expected that ethicists are divided on many issues, much as the U.S.
Professionalism in wartime: Arab and Jewish medical staffers caring together. [Editor’s Note: The following is quoted from Tal Kessler, an intern at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and was translated ... The atmosphere was warm and good, despite
Our story gets the opinions of educators and ethicists on what's allowable and when. ... Executive Editor.
Sexual dysfunction in women might not be something that's always covered in a primary care office visit. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor.
Preventive Services Task Force's recommendations on use of the drugs for primary prevention. ... Executive Editor.
in partnership with McGraw-Hill, in a Q&A with its primary editor, Sylvia McKean, MD, FACP. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor, ACP Internist.
for the College's “Patients Before Paperwork” initiative, stemming the escalating cost of prescription drugs, and revising the College's Ethics Manual. ... Editor's Note: Dr. Tape is Chair, ACP Board of Regents, 2016-2017, and is guest-writing this