ACP provides internal medicine physicians with a wide variety of resources to support their professional experience. The resources listed below are those exclusively designed for hospitalists or that include curated content related to practicing inpatient medicine.
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Focused Education for Hospitalists
Whether you’re trying to stay current or preparing for the FPHM exam, ACP has a number of educational opportunities focused on hospital medicine.
- MKSAP® 19 for Hospitalists – Hospitalist content is covered in-depth throughout the Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program® (MKSAP) as a way to increase your clinical knowledge and identify any knowledge gaps. With 300+ questions covering important topics from the FPHM blueprint, MKSAP 19 is your must trusted resource for CME, MOC, and achieving your lifelong learning goals.
- Hospital Medicine learning modules in the ACP Online Learning Center - Access podcasts, videos, multimedia content, and journal articles covering a wide range of clinical, administrative, and humanities topics relevant to inpatient medicine.
Publications for Hospitalists
Stay on top of the latest news and information in hospital medicine.
- ACP Hospitalist® – Included with your membership, this weekly online magazine covers all aspects of hospital medicine, including clinical care, technology, staffing, salary trends, patient safety, and more.
- Annals for Hospitalists - These curated monthly email alerts include highlights from Annals of Internal Medicine and ACP Journal Club with key information for hospitalists.
- Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine, 2nd Edition – This comprehensive textbook covers clinical, organizational, and administrative areas central to the practice of hospital medicine. It has been updated to reflect the evolving practice responsibilities of hospitalists.
- Teaching in the Hospital – Written by experts in the field, this book explores the unique challenges and goals of inpatient teaching along with practical advice those who teach on the wards.
Networking & Career Development for Hospitalists
Connect with colleagues across the globe on issues related to inpatient care.
- Career Connection – Use ACP’s online marketplace to list open positions at your hospital or to view and apply for jobs nationwide.
- ACP’s Member Forum for Hospitalists – Interact with other ACP member hospitalists on topics specific to your inpatient practice, from clinical questions to administrative issues.
ACP CME 170 - Hospitalist Sessions
- Antibiotics and the Inpatient
- Apps on the Wards: Not Just for the Millennials
- Care for the Inpatient GI Bleed
- Caring for the Patient With Limited English Proficiency
- Cellulitis and Look-Alikes
- Clinical Triad: Oxygen Supplementation—Hospital to Home
- Consult Talk
- Debates in Thromboembolism Management
- Diagnostic Reasoning for the Internist
- High Value Approach to Inpatient Imaging
- High-Value Care: Time to Bring Patients Into the Conversation
- High-Value Perioperative Assessment and Management
- Inpatient Coding: Thinking Inside the Box
- Inpatient Delirium
- Inpatient Diabetes Management
- Inpatient Management of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure
- Inpatient Management on Telemetry
- Inpatient Oncologic Emergencies
- Inpatient Palliative Care
- Inpatient Stroke Diagnosis and Management
- Live Podcast: Historical and Ethical Controversies Surrounding the Determination of Death—The Last Breath
- Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes
- Noninvasive Ventilation Strategies
- Perioperative Anticoagulation
- Preventing Health Care-Associated Infections
- Quality Improvement: Participation to Publication
- Readmissions: Why Haven't We Fixed This Yet?
- Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital
- Sepsis Management
- Sickle Cell Anemia: Care of the Adult Patient
- Steroids in the Acutely Ill
- The Highs and Lows of Inpatient Electrolytes
- Transfer From Surgery: What Every Hospitalist Should Know
- Update in Hospital Medicine
- Volume Assessment and Fluid Management in the Hospitalized Patient
- What Hospitalists Need to Know About Patients on Dialysis
- When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has Opioid Use Disorder