The ACP Travel Grants Program offers $2,000 in travel support to 20 early career Members and Fellows of the College to attend ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2018, to be held ... To apply for a travel grant, full ACP members must complete a brief
This spring was a busy time for those who like to collect their hospital medicine education in person. ... Our last issue brought updates from Hospital Medicine 2018 in Orlando, Fla., and in this issue, we cover ACP's own Internal Medicine Meeting 2018,
Faculty members will receive a stipend and complimentary registration to the meeting. ... held during Internal Medicine Meeting 2018, on April 17 and 18 in New Orleans.
Quality improvement (QI) may be a big thing in medicine, but that doesn't mean that QI projects need to be large, experts said during an Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 session ... Ratner, an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina School
The ACP Travel Grants Program offers $2,000 in travel support to 20 early-career Members and Fellows of the College to attend Internal Medicine Meeting 2018. ... how attending Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 will benefit them and the patients they serve.
Beliveau told her audience during a session titled “Delirium in the Hospitalized Patient” at Internal Medicine Meeting 2018. ... Beliveau, who is an associate professor of medicine and regional dean at Chicago Medical School at the Rosalind Franklin
This month's issue of ACP Hospitalist provides news from Internal Medicine Meeting 2018, including articles about M&M conferences, quality improvement, medication reconciliation, orthopedic comanagement, and delirium. ... The latest issue of ACP
Newman himself at the ACP Resource Center if you're joining us at Internal Medicine Meeting 2018 in New Orleans in April.
Schnipper, MD, MPH, told attendees at Internal Medicine Meeting 2018. There are two major kinds of medication errors that lead to such events: history errors and reconciliation errors, said Dr. ... While results from MARQUIS 2 had not yet been published
Dr. Wallace. Photo by Kevin Berne. “He was admitted to the orthopedic surgery service with hospitalist comanagement,” said hospitalist Mary Anderson Wallace, MD, FACP, who offered the anecdote during her Internal ... Medicine Meeting 2018 session on