This “Hoofbeats” episode is based on an actual case where the attending physician misdiagnosed the patient but another doctor immediately recognized the symptoms.
4 Feb 2020
The new Patient Priorities Care online training series offers practical steps for physicians and care teams to learn how to help patients identify their health priorities and then to align care to them, as well as free CME/MOC.
12 Jul 2022
A systematic review found that HbA1c levels were improved significantly by food supplementation with referral and diabetes support, financial incentives with education and skills training, housing relocation with counseling support, and the integration of nonmedical interventions into medical care.
5 Jul 2022
The Online Learning Center contains hundreds of curated CME and MOC activities that match physicians' interests and needs for modular education and are available in various formats, including interactive multimedia, journal articles, podcasts and audio content, and video recordings.
5 Nov 2019
In a recent position paper, the College recommends universal catastrophic long-term care insurance, more support for the long-term care workforce and informal caregivers, and improvements in quality monitoring, among other reforms.
19 Jul 2022
ACP Spotlight offers readers a look at ACP's current top priorities and initiatives, as well as highlights from our e-newsletter, ACP Internist Weekly.
1 Apr 2022
The 18-month program from the ACP Leadership Academy includes a combination of formal training through online coursework, online group discussions facilitated by leaders in internal medicine, and a capstone project that demonstrates successful mastery of leadership concepts.
16 Nov 2021
Ask Your Internist is ACP's new patient-facing series featuring physicians answering the public's top vaccine-related questions. Physician to Physician Conversations features practical approaches to address vaccine and health misinformation with patients.
7 Dec 2021
All adults should make it a priority to get vaccinated due to the arrival of influenza season, holiday gatherings, and winter weather, as well as the ongoing threat of COVID-19.
7 Dec 2021
It will be the first in-person Internal Medicine Meeting since 2019 in Philadelphia and the first Internal Medicine Meeting held in the Windy City since 1990.
1 Mar 2022