ACP Hospitalist's November issue names its Top Hospitalists for 2009 and profiles 10 winners who are having an impact on their facilities and in their communities.
ACP mobile content
Test your knowledge with 10 free games representing 30 categories/disciplines. This new online game is based on the popular ACP Doctor's Dilemma Competition from the ACP's annual Internal Medicine meetings. The game is simple to play and all you need is a Web browser. Because this product was designed using standards for mobile content, all devices equipped with a Web browser are supported, including mobile smartphones and PDAs like Windows Mobile devices and Palm OS devices. An active Internet connection is required to play, but there is nothing to download or install. Learn more online.
The ACP Evidence-Based Guide to Complementary and Alternative Medicine is the comprehensive, evidence-based reference physicians need to counsel patients about CAM medical therapies and integrate these techniques into their own practices.
How to Write, Publish, and Present in the Health Sciences: A Guide for Physicians and Laboratory Researchers explains how to create effective scientific articles, research proposals, abstracts, posters and slide presentations.
ACP QI programs
Free and open to all practice sizes, ACP QI programs are aimed at narrowing the gap between research and practice. Closing the Gap and ACPNet, ongoing Web-based QI initiatives, offer various QI tools and techniques as well as free CME and ABIM maintenance of certification credits without leaving your practice.
Closing the Gap Diabietes Care: Designed for your whole practice, this 12-month, self-paced program helps you develop strategies for improving the care you provide to patients with diabetes. Enroll today!
ACPNet: Analyze your practice patterns and effectively improve your clinical practice and patient management. Participate in these current ACPNet projects: ACPNet Pain Management and ACPNet COPD Project. Coming soon: two team-based, online QI programs: ACPNet Adult Immunization and ACPNetDepression.