ACP Hospitalist is currently seeking nominations for our 12th annual Top Hospitalists issue. ... All articles from the July 3, 2019, ACP Hospitalist Weekly Newsletter.
This month's issue of ACP Hospitalist focuses on reducing heart failure readmissions, improving ICU care, and combating sexual harassment in medicine. ... syndrome. All articles from the May 16, 2018, ACP Hospitalist Weekly Newsletter.
Note: ACP Hospitalist's Top Hospitalist issue is not part of the ACP National Awards Program. ... All articles from the July 2, 2014, ACP Hospitalist Weekly Newsletter.
ACP Hospitalist accepts many kinds of articles from physicians and medical student writers, including opinion pieces, patient case summaries, and expert analyses of diseases. ... All articles from the June 11, 2014, ACP Hospitalist Weekly Newsletter.
Summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly. In the 12 months after nonfatal opioid overdose, patients who received methadone or buprenorphine had significantly lower mortality risk than those who received no medication treatment ... To receive ACP Hospitalist
ACP Hospitalist will host a related Twitter chat on Thursday, Jan. ... 30, at 7 p.m. Eastern. The latest issue of ACP Hospitalist is now available.
The October issue of ACP Hospitalist is online and includes stories on measuring hospitalist workload, managing acute kidney injury, and kickstarting an academic career. ... The October issue of ACP Hospitalist is online and includes stories on the
Summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly. Patients who received vancomycin plus piperacillin-tazobactam had significantly higher risk of acute kidney injury (AKI) than those on some other antibiotic regimens, a meta-analysis ... These summaries come from
The August issue of ACP Hospitalist is online and includes a cover article on green hospitals, an installment of The Brief Case, and extensive coverage of the Hospital Medicine 2013 annual ... All articles from the August 21, 2013, ACP Hospitalist Weekly
Summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly. Corticosteroids for patients hospitalized with community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) reduced length of stay but had no significant effect on overall mortality and increased risk for readmission ... To receive ACP