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Editor's Note

Readers will notice many changes in our January 2008 issue, which will relaunch as ACP Internist with a new look and expanded content. ACP Internist will feature the same high-caliber reporting that readers have come to expect from ACP Observer, with some notable additions and improvements.
1 Jan 2008

Letters to the Editor

Readers respond about retail clinic guidelines and EMRs.
1 Jan 2008

It's a numbers game: How should physicians inform patients about risk?

A recent Annals of Internal Medicine article on risk communication highlighted the critical role of the physician in influencing patients' treatment decisions.
1 Feb 2008

Working toward health care one step at a time

While the presidential candidates debate different strategies for reforming the ailing U.S. health care system, ACP has been quietly working toward change.
1 Mar 2008

Letters to the Editor

What do an X-ray machine in Oregon and a shower chair in Bellmore, N.Y. have in common? Both are available for free on a Web site that matches U.S. donors of medical equipment to needy recipients.
1 Mar 2008

Editor's Note: Family ties help close the generation gap

Washington, D.C., is lending not just a location but also a theme to many of the offerings at Internal Medicine 2008.
1 Apr 2008

Letters to the Editor

Amy E. Foxx-Orenstein, FACP.
1 May 2008

Physicians not content to stick with the status quo

Health care access has become a top issue in 2008.
1 May 2008

Editor's Note: Small-practice series highlights day-to-day struggles

Small-practice series highlights day-to-day stuggles.
1 Jun 2008

Our new Web site and blog offer more news, more often

A digest of this month's issue, including the launching of our new Web site, women and heart disease, and how the “nice” people in North Dakota achieved better health care through cooperation.
1 Nov 2008

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