Top Ten Factors That Contribute to Burnout in Women Physicians
Women in medicine experience more negative effects than their male counterparts.
Expanding your life lens to enhance patient care
Kimberly Manning, MD, FACP, shared how her own life lens and what she learned from a diverse work environment helped to enhance the care she provides.
How to use appreciative inquiry to fuel success
The 5-D strategy can keep you focused on the positive to build personal and organizational success.
ACP calls for improved privacy protections
The organization is making proposals to improve the existing health information privacy framework and expand similar privacy guardrails to other entities not covered by these laws and regulations.
The link between diagnostic reasoning and implicit bias in patient care
Recognizing implicit bias in decision making helps doctors improve their diagnostic accuracy.
Fauci: Addressing healthcare access disparities will take decades
The NIAID head said the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need to address social determinants of health.
ACP 2019: Overcoming racial and ethnic barriers to end-of-life care discussions
This slideshow will guide physicians towards effective end-of-life care discussions with all patients.
ACP calls for public insurance option; will research viability of Medicare for All
A new ACP position paper says Congress must strengthen the Affordable Care Act by creating a public insurance option and expanding Medicaid coverage in all 50 states.
ACP 2019: Chronic care patients improve through teamwork
Key functions that practices must provide to patients in order to better manage chronic conditions
ACP 2019: Talking to patients about cost of care
ACP session focuses on overcoming fear of cost-of-care discussions.
ACP 2019: Overcoming the ethical challenges of EHRs
Electronic health records hold significant potential for improving patient care, but they also present doctors with new ethical challenges they didn’t face in the era of paper charts.
ACP 2019: Despite NRA uproar, internists not backing down on gun violence
The ACP has for years called gun violence a public health issue, and has pushed for bans on assault weapons, more stringent background checks and increased funding for research into gun violence.
ACP 2019: Internist use of telehealth on the rise
Policy changes, physician adoption of telehealth technologies to help advance patient care options, survey reports
ACP 2019: How to overcome conflict with patients
Communication tools physicians can use to manage conflict during patient encounters.
ACP 2019: Contract negotiation: What physicians need to know
As more physicians become employed, learning how to successfully negotiate an employment contract becomes a crucial skill to learn.
ACP 2019: How loneliness affects patients-and their physicians
Loneliness is a quiet epidemic causing loud health impacts on patients and physicians.
ACP 2019: Caring for the caregiver after a medical error
When medical errors occur, patients suffer-but so do physicians.
ACP 2019: Panel looks at how doctors can address social determinants of health
Doctors understand that social determinants of health have a major impact on patients' wellbeing, yet they often are reluctant to address such issues with their patients.
ACP 2019: What internists need to know about genetics
Internists have a major role in helping patients understand and manage their genetic conditions.
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