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Letter from the Editor

What are the red flags that point to a patient with possible factitious disorder? ... Share it with us. Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold Editor. ACP Hospitalist.
September 2012

Letter from the Editor

Delirium prevention is getting serious attention. Earlier this year, the Society of Critical Care Medicine released guidelines on managing delirium in the ICU and emphasized ways to stop the condition from ... We're always happy to hear from you.
June 2013

Letter from the Editor

Our cover story provides an overview of the types of patients most inclined to develop pressure ulcers, how to prevent pressure ulcers when possible, how to distinguish ulcers from similar-looking ... We're always happy to hear from you. Sincerely,.
February 2012

Letter from the Editor

Our inaugural column highlights cases at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut and is written by Christopher Sankey, MD, ACP Member, the physician editor of The Brief Case column. ... Associate Editor Stacey Butterfield outlines the questions to ask
November 2012

Letter from the Editor

Read our story for a primer on how to distinguish gout from its mimics, and what to do once you've honed in on the correct diagnosis. ... Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold Editor. ACP Hospitalist.
April 2012

Letter from the Editor

Associate Editor Stacey Butterfield spent a chunk of time last fall attending conferences, as you'll see from her coverage, which starts with a helpful overview of how to treat hypertension ... Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
January 2012

Letter from the Editor

Unlike traditional hospitalist practice, however, the pace of work is slower and resources are tighter. ... We'd love to hear from you. Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold Editor. ACP Hospitalist.
October 2012

Letter from the Editor

Learn why the Southern U.S. may seem, at first glance, to be the best place to get a hospitalist job from a financial standpoint, but may arguably be the worst. ... Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
July 2011

Letter from the Editor

According to experts, hospital medicine in the future will involve sharing hallways with robots, retrieving computers from bacteria-killing coat pockets, and stifling mild paranoia about someone (or something) watching your ... share? Tell us about it.
August 2011

Letter from the Editor

As a result, hospitals have been devising strategies to deal with the shortfalls, from alternate treatment protocols to restrictions on the way coveted drugs are used. ... Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
October 2011

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