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Moving toward effective physical activity counseling

Physicians should determine patients' aerobic fitness, which may be an even better indicator of their risk for heart disease and premature death than smoking and hypertension, according to a scientific statement.
February 2017

Creating a practice that's open to GLBT patients

Based on that “official” experience, he offered some tips to conference attendees on making a physician practice welcoming to patients of all sexual orientations.
January 2013

Internal medicine looks ahead

https://acpinternist.org/archives/2021/07/internal-medicine-looks-ahead.htm. This issue addresses ACP's virtual meeting for student members, advances in heart failure comanagement, and conference coverage. ... Our conference coverage is from Digestive
July 2021

Speaking of cancer: Tips on how to convey risks to patients

conference, held in Philadelphia in November 2010. ... speaker at the conference.
January 2011

Information plus documentation a must for informed consent

Documentation of informed consent is an important deterrent to malpractice and negligence claims. One physician describes how his informed consent process was the deciding factor in a missed case of prostate cancer, and outlines how any physician
January 2012

Influenza featured at infectious disease meeting

During a press conference, he offered some reassurance to anyone worried about the strength of the anti-vaccine movement. ... In general, most voluntary programs have not hit high rates of coverage and really require a great deal of resources,” Dr.
January 2010

Taking stock of telemedicine

https://acpinternist.org/archives/2020/10/taking-stock-of-telemedicine.htm. This issue also covers intimate partner violence, narrative medicine, and conference coverage from two medical society meetings. ... Our conference coverage this issue is from
October 2020

Cognitive strategies take good physicians to greatness

On-the-job learning, feedback, simulation, and deliberate practice can take a good clinician to the next level.
May 2014

‘Geriatric tsunami’ carries elderly obesity

By 2030, more than 20% of the U.S. population is expected to be over the age of 65, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The expected rise in functional impairment in later years can be staved off with a healthy lifestyle.
February 2017

Look for subtle differences when evaluating acute diarrhea

For the few cases of diarrhea severe enough to warrant medical attention, consider infections, toxicity, food allergies and medicine reactions, says a speaker from Internal Medicine 2009.
September 2009

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