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Nearly 50% of older U.S. adults reported taking aspirin preventively

A study of National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data from 2011 to 2018 found that 46.7% of respondents ages 60 years and older used aspirin for primary or secondary cardiovascular disease prevention and suggested potential overuse in certain groups.
29 Jun 2021

Breakthrough infections, cardiovascular effects of COVID-19, pandemic mental health

Two new studies reported on infections in fully vaccinated people, while another looked at the rate of myocardial infarction and stroke in patients with COVID-19. A survey found depression and anxiety to be common during the pandemic, and the push for mandatory vaccination of health care workers continued.
3 Aug 2021

Guidance on using rapid tests, managing COPD, and screening for cardiac problems in COVID-19

The FDA warned about false positives with rapid tests, guidance addressed care for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) during the pandemic, and experts advised on ethics of emergency use authorizations, among other recent COVID-19 news.
10 Nov 2020

Busting COVID-19 vaccination myths

Misinformation and disinformation campaigns have contributed to the death toll of the COVID-19 pandemic. Internists can effectively counter this and encourage vaccinations.
1 Nov 2021

After a physician dies by suicide

Doctors are paying more attention to the issue of suicide within their profession. The full scope of the problem is unknown, but increased awareness and access to resources can encourage physicians to reach out for help.
1 Sep 2021

ACP celebrates excellence in internal medicine

In lieu of the Convocation ceremony scheduled to be held at ACP's Internal Medicine Meeting 2020, a digital Convocation Program is available to help honor this year's award recipients, as well as those elected to Fellowship and Mastership who had planned to participate.
11 Aug 2020

ACP addresses systemic racism, commits to being an antiracist organization

A new policy statement outlined the College's recommendations for addressing and mitigating systemic racism, including discrimination in law enforcement, as well as its commitment to expanding existing policies on disparities in health care and on hate crimes as a public health issue.
23 Jun 2020

New module addresses recognizing, responding to human trafficking in a clinical setting

ACP members may claim free CME/MOC, which applies to special state-based requirements for Human Trafficking CME and for Ethics and Professional Responsibility CME.
26 Feb 2019

ACP issues ethical guidance for individuals participating in volunteer medical trips

Physicians should advocate for sustainable, mutual benefit; a fair and equitable distribution of resources; and partnerships that respect the individuals and communities served and cultural differences, ACP states in a position paper.
27 Mar 2018

Officer and Regents election results announced

The election of Officers and Regents has been completed, with terms beginning at the conclusion of the Annual Business Meeting at Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 in New Orleans.
1 Mar 2018

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