Clinical news inspired new offerings at this year's annual meeting, but so did current event, with sessions planned on President Barack Obama's first 100 days and the influence of Islam on modern medicine.
A listing of clinical skills courses at the Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center.
Celebrate, network and learn with special courses tailored to ACP members.
A summary of approvals, recalls, warnings and alerts.
Would you pass “the eyeball test” if the patient in this case study presented in your hospital's emergency room? Find out how one physician pressed for a better answer on a patient who presented with cardiac pain but no evidence of a heart attack.
The tremendous diversity of genetic alterations in cancer samples leads a governmental senior advisor to look for shared pathways among all tumors for a possible cure.
ACP provides internists with a wealth of learning opportunities at Internal Medicine 2009.
Searching the first 100 days of President Barack Obama's administration for clues about health care reform.
Medicare's initial exam adds new benefits, including end-of-life planning and body mass index measurements. Find out how this will benefit your practice.
A how-to column on earning an additional $4,000 this year, and practical tips on choosing an electronic health record system.
The Nominations Committee has begun the process of seeking candidates to fill Regent positions on the Board that will become vacant in 2010. The position of Treasurer will also open in 2010.
The Clinical Skills Subcommittee is now accepting proposals for Internal Medicine 2010.
At Internal Medicine 2009, ACP will present Evergreen Awards to ten chapters.
Joint criteria offer a practical tool to help physicians choose between therapy and intervention for chest pain, and other news.
A 42-year-old woman is evaluated for occasional episodes of severe vertigo with nausea, vomiting, tinnitus, and a feeling of ear fullness.