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Stories to change clinicians' views of substance use A randomized clinical trial looked at the effects of a visual campaign and a narrative vignette ... back.”. Q: What led you to research this particular
June 2022

Fibromyalgia's symptoms real but be cautious in diagnosis

Q: Why is fibromyalgia a problem for community physicians? A: When doctors try to evaluate fibromyalgia severity and consequences, they have a lot of problems and they don't know what ... But the symptoms had been there and been reported on for more than
May 2009

Four types of food vouchers, same dietary outcomes

Does it help long-term planning if vouchers are provided monthly, or are weekly vouchers better because they encourage more frequent shopping and a healthier diet? ... Q: What prompted you to do this study? A: It seemed like a number of health care
September 2019

Daylight saving time may be linked to medical errors

Q: What led you to study this issue? A: My wife was complaining about spring forward, about how she got less sleep and it's made her more clumsy around the ... Q: What was your reaction to the findings? A: What we were expecting was a change in errors,
November 2020

Update on medicine in post-hurricane Puerto Rico

It had been over a month since Hurricane Maria struck when José Lozada, MD, FACP, ACP Governor for Puerto Rico and a hematologist/oncologist, spoke to ACP Internist. ... Q: How are things now? A: Now the patients are pretty much able to get to the
January 2018

Clearing patients for takeoff a new duty for internists

in weather requiring dependency on instruments alone) can now request a comprehensive physical examination and medication review from any state-licensed physician. ... Q: If a doctor does not clear a patient, does the pilot have any recourse?
July 2017

‘UTI’ an overused diagnosis in the era of the microbiome

Q: What got you thinking about UTIs in this way? A: For years, it's been obvious that antibiotic overtreatment of bacteriuria is a very serious problem in geriatrics, and the ... in the bladder and probably in the kidneys of completely asymptomatic people
February 2018

Outgoing College leaders reflect on unprecedented year

Q: How did you adjust on a personal level and as part of College leadership? ... A: Dr. Fincher: The College is truly your professional home and a lifeline to your career as an internist.
April 2021

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