Daily updates provide readers with the latest news relevant to internal and hospital medicine. ... The Catch-22 of catching Z's A new Institute of Medicine report finds that medical residents are still—despite the institution of work-hour limits—not
The August ACP Hospitalist is online and in the mail, with articles about academic medicine that focus on pandemic effects, procedure training, and the closure of a residency program. ... Other articles cover the latest practices in procedure training
Women and men enter the physician pipeline at about the same rates, but the female-to-male ratio in academic medicine drops off after residency. ... There's a gender gap in academic medicine, according to recent studies that have looked at issues from
Researchers retrospectively assessed admissions to the internal medicine teaching service of an academic medical center during a 13-month period. ... Results were published online on Aug. 29 by the Journal of Hospital Medicine.
This issue focuses on academic medicine, but also offers expert advice on stroke care and insulin switches. ... Continuing the theme of academic medicine, this month's Q&A looks at how one residency program dealt with the sudden closure of its hospital.
On an inpatient general medical service at one large academic medical center, 22 faculty members participated in separate two-week arms in random order over a nine-month period. ... A one-size-fits-all model may not be appropriate. Yet, that may be
For hospitalists contemplating a career in academic medicine, it may not always be easy to arrive at the right mix of clinical practice, teaching and research. ... That may be particularly true for hospitalists who are contemplating a career in academic
Results were published by Academic Medicine on June 16. Most of the residents (88.2%) said that they incorporate patients' values and concerns into clinical decisions, and 71.7% said that ... ACP has a High Value Care initiative, which includes a
But it can be particularly challenging, too, and this issue focuses on some of the difficult aspects of academic medicine. ... Shifting from the problems facing attendings to those they may be causing, this month's Q&A looks at bullying in academic
Academic hospitalists must balance what has been called the 3 shields: practice, teaching, and research. ... division of primary care internal medicine in Rochester, Minn., who has studied academic workload.