Here's a rundown. ACP's Health and Public Policy Committee met to develop policy recommendations to the College's Board of Regents on social determinants of health, barriers to ... s health, the gender pay gap affecting female physicians, hate crimes as
The medical school's Scholars in Rural Health program identifies promising potential medical students during their freshman and sophomore years of undergraduate coursework. ... Dr. Neil completed her residency in Madison, Wisc., and then a fellowship in
patient, advised Nieca Goldberg, MD, ACP Member, a cardiologist and medical director of the Joan Tisch Center for Women's Health at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York. ... Cohen said. “There's a huge surge in mind/body health. I think culture is
Photo by BananaStock. Then, at the annual meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, the same researchers released a reanalysis of data from the Women's Health Initiative ... She pointed to the WHI's finding of a 20% decrease in hip
Many of these women are also obese, so anything that's unusual just gets written off to their obesity.”. ... an internist and director of the Iris Cantor Women's Health Center in New York City.
Concerned about health care disparities? ACP has comprehensive policies to address disparities based on race, gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation and is developing more robust policy on women's health ... diseases; for developing new research
This issue covers sleep hygiene, abdominal pain, and women's health. Sleep can be a precious commodity for many these days, and patients will often turn to their internists for advice ... Women's health is a focus of two articles in this issue.
But the complex physical and mental health needs of these men and women might not be fully addressed or could be missed entirely if their doctors don't know about their ... FACP, associate chief of staff for women's health at the Oklahoma City VA Health
improve payments and reduce unnecessary regulations, as well as ACP's tradition of advancing evidence-based policies to improve patients' health by expanding coverage, reducing health care disparities, and addressing other ... Our “patients first”