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A ‘smart’ approach to performance drugs

An increasing prevalence of the use of cognitive-enhancing substances, or so-called “smart drugs,” among healthy people has raised concerns among internists and medical ethicists.
1 Nov 2017

With SGR dead and buried, what's next for ACP advocacy?

Removing the sustainable growth rate formula frees up physician advocacy organizations to talk to Congress about other important issues that otherwise would have been overshadowed, such as the Primary Care Incentive Payment Program.
1 Jun 2015

Patient Priorities Care curriculum considers older patients' care goals

This approach can reduce unwanted and unhelpful treatment and may improve outcomes.
29 Oct 2019

Racism in the record?

Two authors discuss their recent study finding that Black patients were twice as likely as White patients to be described with negative words in their history and physical notes, particularly in inpatient records.
1 Apr 2022

What peers are made of and why it matters to medical education

A resident reflects on the importance of his peers to the learning process##mdash;guiding, helping and supporting one another.
1 Jan 2013

ACP Advance Physician-Led Coaching Service showcased in Nov. 6 webinar

The 30-minute webinar will provide an overview of the new coaching service, as well as how the program can help participants achieve needs and quality goals.
29 Oct 2019

Diversity in leadership begins with sponsorship

ACP's President reflects on sponsoring diversity at the chapter level to promote future national governance.
1 Jul 2022

Latest Core IM podcast episode features “Casablanca Strategy” of diagnosis

The Casablanca Strategy involves reflexively ordering a stereotyped battery of lab tests, and even experienced physicians use it in real-world practice.
22 Oct 2019

ACP releases policy to address disparities, discrimination in health care

ACP lays out a framework that confronts the various, interconnected, and compounding aspects of U.S. society that contribute to poorer health outcomes for persons based on their race, ethnicity, religion, and/or cultural identities.
12 Jan 2021

Championing well-being amid COVID-19

Throughout the pandemic's constant challenges, ACP members have taken care of each other by creating supportive spaces, working together, telling stories, and even climbing mountains.
1 Mar 2022

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