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Still caring

There was a weird mix of it being both foreign and familiar, as I haven't cared for adults in the hospital for many years, let alone the ICU. ... After taking a year-long hiatus from blogging, Rob Lamberts, MD, ACP Member, returned with "volume 2" of his
May 2022

Pinpointing pancreatitis difficult, but key to good outcomes

of the internal medicine staff at Naval Hospital Jacksonville in Florida. ... 11, 2016, Journal of Hospital Medicine (JHM), steers doctors away from relying on scoring systems.
February 2018

Knife dancing

I was the attending physician for about 25 patients in the hospital during the space of a few days. ... street again and again between the hospital and my clinic like a shuttle on a loom.
May 2022

10 tips for inpatient geriatric care

Leipzig MD, PhD, FACP, put the task more explicitly, titling her Hospital Medicine 2016 talk “Don't Kill Granny.”. ... She reminded attendees at the annual conference of the Society of Hospital Medicine, held in San Diego in March, about the dramatic
June 2016

Continuous glucose monitoring gains traction in hospitals

cutting-edge technology has jumped quickly from clinical trials into real-world hospital practice. ... Discuss this topic in our Member Forum on Hospital Medicine.
March 2021

Recovering--a sacred time

Patients come in to the hospital when they are sick, and often getting sicker. ... places, learn more about medicine and increase her knowledge base and perspective by practicing hospital and primary care medicine as a locum tenens physician.
May 2022

POCUS puts focus on the patient encounter

One of the most important changes for internal medicine has been the acceptance of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS). ... When I first picked up POCUS, I was a hospitalist. I had transitioned from my traditional practice to doing mostly locum tenens
June 2022

What the HAC?!

What the HAC? The University of Wisconsin (UW) Hospital is an excellent institution with a stellar infection prevention program. ... The chances that a small, rural, for-profit, non-teaching hospital in the south with very few poor patients will get the
May 2022

The hold over

experiencing. . Kimberly Manning, MD, FACP, FAAP is an associate professor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia where she teaches medical students and residents at Grady Hospital. ... Manning’s blog about teaching,
May 2022

Regulatory fatigue

Michael B. Edmond, MD, FACP, is a hospital epidemiologist in Iowa City, IA, with a focus on improving the quality and safety of health care, and sees patients in the inpatient ... This post originally appeared at the blog Controversies in Hospital
May 2022

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