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Textbook edition reflects evolution of hospital medicine | ACP ...

... Q: Why was there a need for a second edition? A: We needed to update some of the information in the first edition. ... Q: How is the book organized? ...

ACP's new EVP/CEO talks burnout prevention, future focus ...

... efforts. Q: How would you describe your involvement with ACP? ... front. Q: What are your clinical plans as you enter this new role? ...

QD: News Every Day--Recommendations issued on Q fever ...

... QD: News Every Day--Recommendations issued on Q fever. ... Q fever is caused by Coxiella burnetii and can lead to acute or chronic disease. ...

CoQ&A : ACP Internist

... I believed we had a good Q, and no clear A. One would like to think that the Q&A that drives biomedical advance is about what matters most. ...

Former EVP/CEO reflects on his tenure at the College | ACP ...

... Q: How has internal medicine changed since you first started as EVP/CEO? ... Q: How has ACP changed along with internal medicine? ...

Questions and answers : ACP Internist

... So here is a Q and AI sent as a newsletter (and will use when marketing the practice). About My New Practice Q: When will it open? ...

ACP Internist: January 2013

... So here is a Q and AI sent as a newsletter (and will use when marketing the practice). About My New Practice Q: When will it open? ...

Clinical reasoning now a 'foundational basic science' | ACP ...

... curriculum. Q: Is the idea of teaching clinical reasoning as a topic fairly new? A ... work. Q: How did this trend come about? A ...

Where are we now with breast cancer screening? : ACP ...

... Q: What are the key findings and implications of your new study? ... Q: What would you consider the 'ideal' breast cancer screening protocol? ...

Delving into DynaMed Plus | ACP Internist

... Q: What are the main reasons ACP is offering this new member benefit? ... Q: What is the distinction between DynaMed and DynaMed Plus? ...

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