A case study addresses ways to handle turning off an implanted cardioverter-defibrilator when a patient finds the shocks worse than the prospect of dying.
Screening for pre-clinical disease is a core feature of primary care medicine.
ACP Doctor’s Dilemma™ comes to mobile devices
The final part of a series on small practice issues advises tackling practice improvements one at a time and putting one person in charge of the process.
But what does this environmental crisis mean for internists?
When ACP members first began traveling to Russia in the late 1990s, the weather wsa chilly, but the reception was anything but.
Edith Irby Jones, MACP
Donna Sweet, MACP
If there were such a thing as royalty in the medical blog world, Kevin, MD might well be king.
Senators Clinton’s and Obama’s split over mandating coverage distinguishes them from one another, but does that difference matter?
Amid D.C.’s din, ACP makes sure internists’ voices are heard
Recent events show how much progress we are making, and the growing level of controversy that has resulted.