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National study is first to report on medical resident knowledge of High
Value Care via exam vignettes
Philadelphia, October 14, 2014 -- High Value Care sub-scores from the Internal Medicine In-Training Examination reflect the importance of training medical residents to understand the benefits, harms, and costs of tests and treatments, according to a study published today in Annals of Internal Medicine.
Sesame Street Inspires Physicians to Advocate for Criminal Justice Reform
Philadelphia, October 7, 2014 – The authors of an article being published in Annals of Internal Medicine say that physicians are getting a wake-up call about the effects of mass incarceration from an unexpected place: Sesame Street.
American College of Physicians Reminds You it's Time for Your Flu Vaccine
PHILADELPHIA, October 1, 2014—With the arrival of flu season all adults should get a flu shot and take the opportunity to speak with their physician about other immunizations they may need, the American College of Physicians (ACP) advises.
Authors discuss how Sesame Street inspired them to speak out about the public health issue of mass incarceration and what physicians can do to help.
ACP in the News
|10/14/2014||Tool Tests Residents' Knowledge of High-Value Care - Medscape Today|
|9/29/2014||Several vaccine choices this flu season - Washington Post|
|9/17/2014||Kegel Exercises Could Help Treat Urinary Incontinence - Huffington Post|
|9/17/2014||Female Urinary Incontinence: Nonsurgical Treatment - Web MD|
|9/16/2014||To treat urinary incontinence, start conservatively, doctors say - Reuters|
|9/16/2014||Try kegel exercises for urinary incontinence, new guidelines say - FOX News|
Page Updated: October 15, 2014