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Mindful medicine: Challenges of treating the physician-patient | ACP Hospitalist

Jeffrey Cohn, ACP Member, told us about a case he had seen as a hematology/oncology fellow while at Emory University.
January 2009

Mindful Medicine: When diagnoses get lost in translation | ACP Hospitalist

Jerome Groopman, FACP and Pamela Hartzband, FACP review two cases where a patient's use of key words led to anchoring errors in diagnosing an abdominal aortic aneurism and a classic case of intermittent claudication.
December 2008

The next issue of ACP Internist is online | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist

ACP Job Placement Center calls for physician profiles
April 2010

It's just old age—or is it? | ACP Hospitalist

How might ageism interfere with a correct diagnosis?.
May 2009

Uncertain diagnosis leads doctor to dig further | ACP Hospitalist

Our columnists address the emotional consequences of diagnoses.
December 2009

Unmasking the patient's hidden agenda | ACP Hospitalist

A patient’s reply of “so-soâ€ï¿½ regarding her depression leads a doctor to dig deeper.
September 2009

Melding intuition with deliberation to sidestep diagnostic traps | ACP Hospitalist

Would you pass “the eyeball test” if the patient in this case study presented in your hospital's emergency department? Find out how one physician pressed for a better answer on a patient who presented with cardiac pain but no evidence of a heart
March 2009

December 2009 | ACP Hospitalist

ACP Hospitalist provides hospital-based physicians with news and information about the practice of hospital medicine.

Priming to diagnose an atypical case, avoid representativeness error | ACP Hospitalist

Physicians are all taught to recognize disorders based on the classical case. The atypical case is harder to pin down.
August 2011

Attribution error results from a positive stereotype | ACP Hospitalist

Doctors are more likely to make attribution errors when patients fit a negative stereotype. This case involves a patient who was doing everything “right.”.
April 2011

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