Internal medicine physicians are already trained to care for complex medical conditions, and HIV is no different, especially as adults age and develop diabetes, heart disease, and other conditions.
1 Nov 2023
The Physicians Foundation's National Physician Suicide Awareness Day campaign website featured ACP's collection of well-being and emotional support resources for internal medicine physicians.
24 Oct 2023
ACP Hospitalist is a free and exclusive ACP member benefit covering the latest news in hospital medicine.
25 Jan 2022
A trial measuring the effect of phone calls to homebound adults early in the pandemic found improvements in loneliness, depression, and anxiety.
1 Feb 2022
While using the Epley Maneuver undoubtedly relieves benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, training staff in a new method presented obstacles. One physician explains how he implements dedicated teaching time for staff.
1 Jul 2009
Advances in treatment have not yielded better long-term health outcomes for childhood cancer survivors
Survivors treated in more recent decades may have access to more organized follow-up care and educational materials about late effects of treatment and, therefore, may be more likely to anticipate or report adverse outcomes, study authors noted.
8 Nov 2016
Delirium screening using the app took about a minute and was almost 90% effective among elderly inpatients.
1 May 2022
This issue includes stories on long-acting reversible contraceptives, medications for type 2 diabetes, and issues affecting the elderly.
1 May 2022
Internists considering or actively planning a switch to hospital medicine can subscribe for free upon request to ACP Hospitalist, the College's monthly magazine reporting on trends in hospital medicine.
23 Feb 2010
This issue includes stories on how to manage alcohol use and how COVID-19 affected physicians who contracted it, as well as a new feature showcasing the clinical wisdom of ACP Members.
1 Jan 2022