Faith and spirituality can serve as a way to deal with stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic, the consequences of a diagnosis, or the difficulties of being a physician.
1 Oct 2022
ACP believes that normothermic regional perfusion with controlled donation after circulatory determination of death raises significant concerns and questions about the manner and determination of death.
13 Jul 2021
While more physicians are reporting having conversations about advance care planning with their patients, it's still far from common.
1 May 2022
Electronic health records (EHRs) are now a routine part of health care delivery, but their use can sometimes pose new ethical issues related to the accuracy of patient records and the patient-physician relationship.
2 Mar 2021
Advances in technology, genetics, and evolving financial reimbursement models continue to create new ethical conundrums or add layers or twists to age-old debates.
1 May 2019
The paper offers recommendations for navigating e-communication, privacy and confidentiality, and practice considerations to try to align patient and physician expectations.
7 Jul 2020
Advance care planning conversations should happen before critical illness or hospitalization occurs, and Medicare can reimburse physician time spent on them.
1 Sep 2022
The seventh edition of the ACP Ethics Manual reaffirms ethical tenets of medicine and reexamines their application in changing circumstances.
15 Jan 2019
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 Oct 2022
ACP's Center for Ethics and Professionalism has been awarded a grant from the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation for the advancement of professionalism among practicing physicians.
27 Sep 2011