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Protective equipment for physicians' mental health

the anesthesia residency at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, recently joined ACP Internist for a conversation about physician mental health and COVID-19. ... A: Dr. Barrett: A small number of physicians have taken care of their own colleagues
September 2021

How do we reach herd immunity against COVID-19?

How do we reach herd immunity against COVID-19? Last week I conjectured that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) obfuscated when they recently recommended that vaccinated individuals resume ... I routinely ask patients if they have
April 2022

Personal protective equipment: How we can have enough in the era of COVID-19?

Personal protective equipment: How we can have enough in the era of COVID-19? ... COVID-19 is carried by droplets but viruses also can move as an aerosol.
April 2022

Positioning patient portals for success

https://acpinternist.org/archives/2020/11/positioning-patient-portals-for-success.htm. Recent growth in use of patient portals has been spurred by increases in virtual visits due to COVID-19. ... But growth in portals in recent years, coupled with
November 2020

Early acts by president presage bigger health care changes

President Biden initiated a series of actions to improve the nation's response to COVID-19, many of which had previously been recommended by ACP. ... a sustainable public health supply chain, protect worker health and safety, and ensure a data-driven
March 2021

Celebrate mental health awareness every day

However, being aware of and addressing the adverse effects of stress, anxiety, depression, and COVID-19 on mental and behavioral health are an ongoing process that we should recognize each day. ... ACP has been championing the need for the country to
May 2022

Internal Medicine Meeting 2022 goes hybrid

Image by Sean Pavone. During the two-year planning process for this year's meeting, Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 was canceled due to COVID-19, and Internal Medicine Meeting 2021 was ... In terms of the program content, Dr. Garment said it will be
March 2022

Trying to temper a 'twindemic'

https://acpinternist.org/archives/2021/10/trying-to-temper-a-twindemic.htm. This issue addressed the upcoming flu season amid the COVID-19 pandemic, policies around mammography, and medical tourism. ... Finally, a Practice Tips column discusses whether
October 2021

Behind the mask assessing risk in COVID-19: playing risk

Behind the mask assessing risk in COVID-19: playing risk. It's an earnest game, judging what risks are serious, which trivial, and how to balance them through daily life. ... Chronic COVID-19 will cause much chronic disability, and society needs to fit
April 2022

How doctors should communicate over the phone during COVID-19

How doctors should communicate over the phone during COVID-19. The coronavirus crisis has turned the world of health care on its head in so many different ways. ... December ( 16 ). November ( 14 ). October ( 16 ). September ( 20 ). August ( 15 ). July (
April 2022

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