a conference of the Biotechnology Industry Organization, held in Philadelphia in June.
A light breakfast. Regular readers of this blog know that our conference coverage usually serves as an opportunity not only to pick up clinical knowledge, but also to conduct some zoological
Topf explained, using the Twitter hashtag #Signs throughout the conference center encouraged attendees to participate.
I highly encourage those who are reading this blog now to check out the tweets from this conference. ... While I am not at the conference (we are orienting new incoming interns to begin their clinical duties), I have learned so much from reading tweets
At Internal Medicine 2008, the blog let us offer immediate coverage of the meeting, and conference coverage continues to be a blog staple to this day. ... Obama, and future polls will ask our readers to help us develop clinical topics and incorporate the
It wasn't much of a debate at the pro/con session at CHEST 2016 (which I'm in LA covering this week). Both speakers agreed that last year's ...
We should have expected this; it was just bound to happen. But when it came, it still took many aback. I am talking about the use of smartph...
ACP Internist addressed issues specific to physicians who care for enemy combatants and other detainees in conference coverage of Internal Medicine 2008.
Our conference coverage section in this issue is from the American Academy of Family Physicians’ (AAFP) annual meeting, held in San Diego last fall.
She reminded attendees at the annual conference of the Society of Hospital Medicine, held in San Diego in March, about the dramatic negative consequences that hospitalization poses for geriatric patients.