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1 Nov 2022
ACP has released the sixth edition of the Ethics Manual, published as a supplement with the Jan. 3 Annals of Internal Medicine.
10 Jan 2012
The ACP Center for Ethics and Professionalism has posted a new case study, “Who Should Get What? Mammography and the Stewardship of Health Care Resources”, on Medscape.
3 Apr 2012
A recent New England Journal of Medicine Sounding Board article examined clinicians' ethical duty to address others' medical errors with patients and examines possible solutions for both physicians and institutions.
5 Nov 2013
“When an Aging Colleague Seems Impaired” is a new ACP ethics case study that is available online for CME credit. This case study explores the physician's ethical obligation to address a colleague's (or one's own) impairment in order to protect the safety of patients and to assist the impaired physician.
7 Jan 2014
https://acpinternist.org/archives/2018/01/balancing-ethics-risks-of-right-to-try.htm. Physicians have an obligation to ensure that patients are not harmed during the process of treatment. ... The proliferation of right-to-try legislation might create treatment challenges for doctors as well, said Tom Bledsoe, MD, FACP, chair of ACP's Ethics, Professionalism and Human Rights Committee.
1 Jan 2018
Is medical ethics an important aspect of real world medical practice today? Or a quaint notion for the history books based on “Mom and apple pie” generalisms?
14 Feb 2012
ACP, in collaboration with the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM), recently released the position paper “The Patient-Centered Medical Home: An Ethical Analysis of Principles and Practice.”
7 Aug 2012
Put words in our mouth
16 Mar 2010
And the winner is …
31 Aug 2010