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Providing long-term contraception

As the popularity of long-acting reversible contraceptives continues to increase, so does the need for incorporation of placement procedures and contraceptive counseling into primary care and resident education.
1 May 2022

Primary care: When will we learn?

Primary care remains underfunded despite its association with decreased health care costs and improved health outcomes.
1 Oct 2022

ACPNET brings continuing medical education into the clinic

We all appreciate that studying and learning are lifetime essentials for being a good physician.
1 Mar 2008

ACP's Darilyn Moyer receives Lewis Katz School of Medicine Alumni Achievement Award, Elizabeth Blackwell Award

ACP's EVP and CEO is being honored for her contributions to medicine.
30 Jun 2020

After a physician dies by suicide

Doctors are paying more attention to the issue of suicide within their profession. The full scope of the problem is unknown, but increased awareness and access to resources can encourage physicians to reach out for help.
1 Sep 2021


Obituaries note the passing of former ACP leaders.
1 Sep 2021

Racism in the record?

Two authors discuss their recent study finding that Black patients were twice as likely as White patients to be described with negative words in their history and physical notes, particularly in inpatient records.
1 Apr 2022

New ACP-Curbsiders podcast episode available, ‘Hidden Curriculum’

The formal curriculum of medical education must be reinforced and enhanced by the hidden curriculum conveyed in medical schools, residency programs, hospitals, clinics, and team rooms.
20 Nov 2018

Staying connected: Touch over tech

ACP's new President addressed the physician-patient connection in his first column.
1 May 2022

ACP releases policy to address disparities, discrimination in health care

ACP lays out a framework that confronts the various, interconnected, and compounding aspects of U.S. society that contribute to poorer health outcomes for persons based on their race, ethnicity, religion, and/or cultural identities.
12 Jan 2021

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