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Living in fear

As I was leaving the building that day, I made a greater effort to stay away from others so as not to infect them, but for the first time I also felt ashamed, as if I had failed everyone around me.
15 Nov 2020

Pandemic parenting as a physician

Two hospitalists address the challenges of being a doctor and parent.
15 Oct 2020

PE rarely found in patients presenting to ED with syncope

A new international study found that pulmonary embolism (PE) was detected at presentation in fewer than 2% of stable syncope patients seen in the ED, and during two-year follow-up, it occurred in fewer than 1%.
7 Aug 2019

Why general medicine ward teams should round in the ICU

Rounding on established patients undergirds the fundamental bases of professionalism.
15 Jan 2012

A rural COVID-19 response

As we feared, Buena Vista County, Iowa, made headlines in late May and early June with the dubious honor of having the highest new COVID-19 case rate in the nation.
15 Nov 2020

COPD education, gender of leaders, and more

Research summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly.
15 Aug 2020

Teams to improve hip fracture, heart failure

This issue looks at comanagement of hip fractures, prescribing for heart failure, antibiotic use in COVID-19, and private equity ownership of hospitals.
15 Dec 2020

Tackling patient flow during COVID-19

An expert offers six tips to achieve early discharges.
15 Sep 2020

Hospitals reach for the stars

Health systems are focusing on online care ratings of facilities and physicians.
15 Jul 2019

Top Docs and heart failure

Meet the 2019 Top Hospitalists and catch up on the latest in heart failure research.
15 Nov 2019

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