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Mobile apps no 'magic pill' for maintaining health | ACP ...

Health maintenance and lifestyle apps could reach a new generation of patients, but there are challenges that could limit their overall success.

Peer-led education requires strategy to be effective | ACP ...

Peer education, in which patients guide each other through the course of care, can be a cost-effective way of closing care gaps and encouraging patient ...

Use caution when seeking medical information online | ACP ...

Researching medical knowledge online involves knowing three different types of resources, summary sites, society sites and primary literature. Knowing ...

Promoting literacy to increase adherence | ACP Internist

Roughly 80 million Americans navigate health care's complexities with limited health literacy skills. Learn easy steps that help patients understand what ...

Take ACP Internist's poll on looking up information in front of a ...

How often have you gone online in front of a patient to look up information?

Reflecting on a year of service, leadership, honor and ...

ACP's president offers his final thoughts on a year of service to the College, the passage of health care reform, and the modern version of the Hippocratic ...

MKSAP Quiz: Hypothyroidism | ACP Internist

A 70-year-old woman with hypothyroidism fell and fractured her hip. During preoperative evaluation for hip fracture repair, she mentions recent mild fatigue ...

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