ACP offers a collection of clinical resources and products to help expand your knowledge base and prepare you for implementation in the field.
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Education
The DEA has released guidance on a new one-time requirement for completion of eight hours of training on the treatment and management of patients with opioid or other SUDs. As an ACCME-accredited CME provider with Commendation, ACP offers a wide variety of education titles and formats to meet the needs of all internal medicine physicians desiring SUD training to satisfy the new attestation requirement.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Information for Internists
Keep up to date on the latest information regarding the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) by completing educational learning activities, reading relevant articles from Annals of Internal Medicine, and more.
Adult Immunization Resource Hub
ACP's I Raise the Rates initiative provides important practice resources as well as vaccine information to help physicians increase adult immunization in their practices.
Pain Management Learning Hub
The staggering rise of opioid use and misuse has added even more urgency to the need for appropriate and effective pain management. Explore these peer-to-peer learning materials to advance your skills in pain management.
Obesity Management Learning Hub
ACP has developed a multifaceted approach to increase confidence in providing counseling and treatment to patients with overweight and obesity by developing a curriculum that addresses multiple aspects of patient engagement and care to assure a team-based approach to managing obesity.
Dynamed® is collaborating with ACP to provide ACP members with free access to its upgraded, enhanced decision-support platform, DynaMedex™. A powerful point-of-care tool, DynaMedex seamlessly combines the clinical expertise and extensive curated disease content of DynaMed with the comprehensive drug information and advanced search capabilities of Micromedex®.
Ethical, policy, and clinical recommendations on end-of-life care issues.
Decision-Making for Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions: Patient Priorities Care
Patient Priorities Care is an approach that involves aligning care among all of a patient’s clinicians with what matters most to that patient—especially older patients who have multiple chronic conditions for whom evidence-based medicine might not exist or be the best choice.