“Patient Prejudice? The Patient Said What?... and What Comes Next” is intended to help internal medicine physicians respond when patients display inappropriate behavior.
29 Nov 2022
ACP Spotlight offers readers a look at ACP's current top priorities and initiatives, as well as highlights from our e-newsletter, ACP Internist Weekly.
1 Nov 2022
While access to information may give patients an opportunity to become more involved in their care, there are risks.
4 Oct 2022
Dementia presents unique ethical challenges for physicians because it is a “disease of autonomy.”
1 May 2020
The College notes that genetic testing should be guided by the best interests of the patient, scientific evidence, and ethical standards and that testing must be clinically indicated, among other positions.
2 Aug 2022
“Financial Profit in Medicine: A Position Paper from the American College of Physicians” was recognized as one of the best articles written in peer-reviewed journals on pressing issues facing the medical profession in 2021.
5 Apr 2022
The Governance Committee of the American College of Physicians places in nomination candidates for College governance.
1 Nov 2022
Social media influencers are common, but what's at stake if a physician attempts that role?
12 Jan 2021
To some extent, physicians on social media must rely on their own best judgment informed by professional standards of conduct.
1 May 2021
The case study, which is eligible for CME and MOC points, looks at the application of foundational ethical and professional values and principles in assessing whether a colleague could be suicidal, and how to respond to suicides within the medical community.
2 Nov 2021