A hospitalist calls for collaboration to prevent physician suicides.
Dr. Schiff described the conflicted perspective of some physicians. “On one hand, you don't want Big Brother to tell you what to do.
Our latest group of Top Hospitalists is profiled in the November issue, which also includes conference coverage from the Heart Failure Society of America's annual meeting.
Q: What about hospitalists? Did they play a role? A: We were fortunate to have a hospitalist on the team because diversity of perspectives is important.
The September issue of ACP Hospitalist is now available, with articles about rapid response, heart failure, patients' perspectives, and hospitalist fellowships. ... Other stories in this issue describe what can be learned from patients' perspectives on
ACP Hospitalist is now soliciting submissions for Perspectives. If you'd like to write a piece, please send an email with a description of your idea.
This month's Q&A and Expert Analysis focus on end-of-life care and subsegmental pulmonary embolism, respectively, and a Perspectives piece reviews.
Collaboration with patients' families offers benefits.
A Perspectives article in this issue focuses directly on COVID-19, offering one hospitalist's experience of a night shift early in the pandemic.
A perspective published by the New England Journal of Medicine on June 5 expressed concern about the possibility of false negatives.