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Letter from the Editor

benefit to their health, as Stacey Butterfield reports in our cover story. ... In other clinical coverage, our feature story looks at the increasing role hospitalists play in perioperative care of cancer patients.
February 2013

Letter from the Editor

Check out our cover story to read more. Several articles in this issue address the complexities of ventilation. ... Meanwhile, our Success Story profiles an interesting effort to reduce the anxiety often suffered by ventilated patients—by playing them
September 2013

Chat on Twitter with ACP Hospitalist

The next chat, on Thursday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. Eastern, will focus on new guidelines for community-acquired pneumonia, discussed in our January cover story..

Reducing unnecessary testing

Efforts to test more judiciously represent a dramatic shift in the way physicians use tests to aid diagnosis and guide treatment.
July 2011

Letter from the Editor

Our cover story examines the phenomenon of patients with factitious disorder, and clues you in on the red flags that might indicate you've got a fibbing patient on your hands.
September 2012

Letter from the Editor

Our cover story brings you up to date on the most common fungal diseases, including how to spot and treat them. ... Read our story for a primer on how to distinguish gout from its mimics, and what to do once you've honed in on the correct diagnosis.
April 2012

Letter from the Editor

This month's issue includes a cover story on sharing patient records in the hospital, coverage on superbugs from BIO 2015, and articles on the post-discharge visit, outpatient PE treatment, ... In this month's cover story, staff writer Mollie Durkin
August 2015

Letter from the Editor

Our cover story looks at how hospitalists and other employees at St. ... In a similar vein, our feature story explores how physicians and patients were affected by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Tohoku, Japan in the short and long term.
September 2011

Letter from the Editor

Our cover story examines the tactics that facilities and physicians are using to handle shortages, and offers factors to consider when making contingency treatment plans at your own hospital.
October 2011

Letter from the Editor

This month's issue includes a cover story on rounding practices, features on pneumonia and patient safety, and conference coverage. ... Our cover story delves into several types of rounding—their advantages and challenges, how to set them up effectively
March 2014

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