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Latest updates on ACP's priorities, initiatives

ACP is concerned by reports that public health officials and experts across the country are being harassed due to their recommendations on combating the COVID-19 pandemic. ... Activities approved for CME include short 10-minute Mini but Mighty Skills for
September 2020

My ‘Zoom’ presidency

momentous leaps toward achieving post-COVID-19 innovations and advances in patient care, in medical education, and within the College. ... as well as to the ebbs and surges of COVID-19 infection within our community.
September 2020

Evaluating alcohol use in ‘Dry January’

This opportunity may be even more timely during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has seen increased alcohol sales and consumption. ... Research is beginning to reveal such harms linked to increased drinking during the COVID-19 pandemic.
January 2022

COVID-19 treatment updates

The FDA has a trial currently on-going to test it's effectiveness in treating COVID-19. ... The FDA will certainly fast-track anything that proves to be helpful in treating COVID-19.
May 2022

New cardiovascular indication approved for diabetes drug

1, 2021. A class I recall of the STANDARD Q COVID-19 Ag Home Test by SD Biosensor Inc. ... The dosing regimen was revised because available data indicated that a higher dose may be more likely to prevent infection by the COVID-19 omicron subvariants BA.
April 2022

Peers offer welcome, ongoing support

issues. One physician got in touch with Liz Lawrence, MD, FACP, after several patients died of COVID-19 on a single hospital shift. ... The UNM School of Medicine program had barely launched before the surge of COVID-19 patients arrived in spring 2020, Dr
January 2021

Perioperative medicine changed in the pandemic

In May 2020, a retrospective study from the COVIDSurg Collaborative quantified how COVID-19 worsened postoperative outcomes. ... The detailed testing has in some cases revealed previously undiagnosed cardiac complications of COVID-19, Dr.
May 2022

Staying connected: Touch over tech

During the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, as practices pivoted to transition to telehealth, a repeated question from my patients was, “I am glad I get to interact with ... COVID-19 has exacerbated emotional isolation through illness and suffering
May 2022

A new vision for health care

During the COVID-19 crisis, the College has been hard at work providing daily updated information on COVID-19 and advocating intently for internists, as seen in the final provisions of ... Q: How might the COVID-19 pandemic be different if this new
July 2020

Pandemic pinpoints racial, ethnic disparities

In June, Dr. Price postponed discharging a COVID-19 patient after getting more insight into his home setup. ... Unfortunately, the viral course of COVID-19 can amplify mistrust of the medical system, Dr.
September 2020

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