ACP's legislative staff are following four key court cases on affirmative action, gun violence, climate change, and women's reproductive health care rights.
1 Jun 2022
People in Italy and Spain with type A blood had increased risk of severe COVID-19, and prone positioning increased oxygenation, studies found. The FDA changed its position on hydroxychloroquine and ACP reaffirmed its stance.
23 Jun 2020
The Governance Committee of the American College of Physicians places in nomination candidates for Officer and Regent positions.
1 Nov 2016
A case study addresses ways to handle turning off an implanted cardioverter-defibrilator when a patient finds the shocks worse than the prospect of dying.
1 Jun 2008
A re-examination of the Hippocratic Oath leads to questions of ethics, professionalism, and a more modern code that physicians can follow.
1 Mar 2020
Physicians face choices as they find themselves caring for a family member or friend: coordinator, interpreter, and advocate.
1 Nov 2020
A physician recounts colleagues she lost to physician suicide in her seven-year career as an attending hospitalist physician.
1 Sep 2019
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted and exaggerated many health and health care disparities, including access to telemedicine, to mental health services, and to substance use disorder treatment.
1 Jan 2022
Among other conclusions, the paper asserts that EHRs should facilitate high-value, patient-centered care, strong patient-physician relationships, and effective training of future physicians.
11 Apr 2017
The election of Officers and Regents has been completed. Terms become effective at the conclusion of the Annual Business Meeting at Internal Medicine 2014 in Orlando, Fla.
1 Mar 2014