Many hospitalists are also frustrated by their responsibilities in the ICU, according to a recent national survey. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
Figuring out how to protect patients from the long-term consequences of a sepsis hospitalization is a challenge even for the experts, according to another article in this issue. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
Speaking of tales, we're celebrating the 10th anniversary of our in-house spinner of them, Jamie S. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
Get the experts' advice on these issues and then assess your own knowledge with a related Test Yourself. ... Editor-in-Chief.
Identifying the small minority of patients who face serious health risks from severe pancreatitis is difficult, with even experts disagreeing about the value of existing tools and treatments. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
problems. This month's Q&A looks at medical education, specifically getting future physicians interested in providing high-value care from the very start. ... Email us and tell us how. Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
Resident work hours have been getting shorter for decades. But a recent change from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and new research on the impact of work-hour limits ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief, ACP
For more advice on improving your practice, see the Perspectives piece in this issue. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
Additionally, this issue features a Brief Case installment from Mount Sinai Medical Center, conference coverage on treating meningitis from the American Academy of Neurology meeting in April, and a Perspectives piece ... We're always happy to hear from
The efforts range from simple steps such as talking about nutrition and offering a vegetarian meal option to bigger ones like planting a farm next to the hospital. ... One of this month's feature articles delves into the need to accommodate patients'