Amid the instability created by trying to manage during a pandemic being flexible is the most important skill in a physicians toolkit Image by Jamie S Newman MD MHA MACP

10 tips for well-being amid COVID-19

The global pandemic has professional and personal consequences for physicians, so experts offer their advice on coping during COVID-19.

The devastating trifecta of 2020: Is there any hope?

Physicians facing crises of a pandemic, economic losses, and social unrest should offer hope to patients as they are treated for the consequences of these and other ailments.

ACP speaks out on racism and law enforcement violence

ACP's New Vision for U.S. Health Care shows that the College is committed to finding solutions for discrimination, racism, and violence in individual and population health.

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Jennifer Holbein certified medical assistant dons full personal protective equipment during a drive-in visit Image by Elliott Cramer

Drive-in visits can fill the cracks of telemedicine's reach

Practices in rural areas are tackling the logistics of providing telemedicine to patients who are unable to access it on their own.

Physicians can get a leg up on retirement by planning for three phases financial professional and personal Image by erdikocak

Take it gradually when planning for retirement

Physicians should start their retirement planning when they first start working, first by deciding what retirement should look like and establishing a timeline to accomplish goals.

Helping shield clinicians and the community from contagion

Face shields on top of masks may be another avenue in fighting the global COVID-19 pandemic.

A new vision for health care

ACP's vision for health care entails a series of policy papers and editorials outlining improvements to the U.S. health care system.

Extended-release metformin recalled due to impurity

This column reviews details on recent recalls, warnings, and approvals.

Don't put clinician burnout on the back burner

Patient- and non-patient-related administrative tasks can create burnout at any point during a clinician's career.

MKSAP Quiz: Evaluation for chronic cough

A 42-year-old man is evaluated in the office for chronic cough. He first developed a cough 3 years ago. It is productive of clear to yellow sputum that is occasionally blood-tinged. Following a physical exam and chest radiograph, what is the most likely diagnosis?

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COVID-19 and primary care

This issue also covers personal protective equipment and retirement planning.

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