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Survey finds some patients hate pills more than others | ACP ...

... UCSF. Q: What led you to research this topic? ... data. Q: Your study found a mean utility between 0.990 and 0.994 for pill-taking. ...

Experts agree on principles of diabetes care | ACP Internist

... Q: What motivated the development of the principles? ... Q: What are some particularly important aspects of the principles? ...

Helping clinicians improve care for sexual, gender minorities ...

... Q: How has the field changed since the previous edition of the book? ... Q: What did you cover in this edition that was not covered the last time? ...

Smallest practices successfully preventing readmissions ...

... Q: Does your study suggest that small practices are better at preventing admissions? ... Q: Were you surprised by the results? A: Yes and no. ...

Pinpointing pancreatitis difficult, but key to good outcomes ...

Several review papers help internists identify patients with pancreatitis who are most likely to progress to severe disease and how to best manage their ...

Helping patients handle information overload | ACP Internist

Finding out why a patient is concerned about health care news can be an opening for a larger discussion about health goals.

Not your father's Medicare : ACP Internist

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May 18, 2010 | ACP Internist Weekly | ACP Internist

... claims. New Doctor's Dilemma™ app for iPhone. CDC warns of Q fever in Iraq, Netherlands. Put words in our mouth. FDA ...

Understand patient expectations as part of a negotiation | ACP ...

... Q: What interpersonal barriers exist between doctors and patients? ... Q: What are the systemic barriers to doctor-patient communication? A: Time. ...

A doctor seeks ways to encourage earlier palliative care talks ...

... care. Q: Ken Murray, MD, a retired family physician, wrote 2 now-famous essays about how doctors die differently. Why ...

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