Taking a Proactive Approach to Learning on Your Ambulatory Medicine Rotation
Ambulatory medicine is the backbone of our healthcare system. With the majority of healthcare being provided in the outpatient setting, your ambulatory rotations will provide the opportunity to see a variety of disease processes and learn the practical management of chronic illness. Additionally, you will begin to understand the ways in which culture and socioeconomic factors influence healthcare.
Internal Medicine Interest Group of the Month: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
The Internal Medicine Interest Group at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS), named Club Med, has continued its tradition of offering activities related to current topics in medicine and is pleased with its high level of student participation. This year several of our panel discussions focused on the relevance of medicine in humanitarian operations abroad and in the United States in addition to internal medicine’s essential role in supporting our troops that are in harm’s way.
Review: Paired Quantitative Blood Cultures Most Accurately Detect Intravascular Device–related Bloodstream Infection
Which tests are most accurate for diagnosing intravascular device (IVD)–related bloodstream infection?
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