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Changing antibiotic prescribing not a one-step process

This month's Conference Coverage section brings you news from the American Diabetes Association's annual meeting, held earlier this year in Philadelphia.
September 2012

Major shift in thinking about cognitive impairment

Because neurocognitive decline can have a variety of etiologies, a new definition by the DSM-5 defined mild cognitive impairment as a syndrome, and then drilled down to its etiology.
July 2019

Finding and treating a tricky disorder

Also in this issue, our conference coverage from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene details the state of malaria prophylaxis and looks at why trichomoniasis remains underdiagnosed and undertreated
March 2012

Recalls of generic drugs raise safety concerns

This issue also includes stories on antibiotic stewardship and point-of-care ultrasound, as well as conference coverage from the American Public Health Association and CHEST. ... Our conference coverage in this issue is from the American Public Health
January 2020

Issue covers highlights from Internal Medicine 2010

And that's not all: This issue also includes conference coverage from the Society of Hospital Medicine's annual meeting, also held this April in Washington, D.C. ... Please send us your thoughts on our coverage, and your suggestions on how we can keep
June 2010

Big data offers information, but as yet few answers

This issue also covers prescribing for opioid addiction, conference coverage from the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and an urban primary care residency at Johns Hopkins University. ... Our Conference Coverage section is from the American Society
September 2018

Internal Medicine 2012 coverage highlights core topics

Wrap-up coverage of ACP's annual meeting covers how to make opiates safer and more efficient, how to address the sensitive topics of sexual history and an inability to drive, ... There's also bonus conference coverage from Hospital Medicine 2012 offering
June 2012

More things you shouldn't do based on the lack of evidence

Unwarranted testing and use of resources make up the biggest chunk of unnecessary health care costs, estimated at between $250 and $325 billion per year, and include such items as folic acid tests for patients with altered mental status, creatine
May 2014

Hospital medicine meeting offers advice for all internists

In addition to complete coverage of the American College of Physicians' Internal Medicine meeting, readers can find coverage from the Society of Hospital Medicine's annual meeting, including a digest of
June 2010

Endo ‘08: new research ignites debate about best A1C goals

Release of the ADVANCE trial results days before the conference sparked debate about the proper target for glycemic control.
September 2008

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