Books from ACP
Serving Our Patients and Profession: A Centennial History of the American College of Physicians (1915-2015)
This centennial history tells the story of how ACP evolved from a small cluster of New York physicians to a global professional organization. This title will be a valuable addition to the libraries of internists and medical historians alike.
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ACP Books on Amazon Kindle
Amazon Kindle Editions of numerous ACP titles are available from the Amazon.com Kindle Store.
The Fenway Guide to LGBT Health, 2nd edition
This new 2nd edition of The Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health reflects clinical and social changes since the publication of the first edition.
Teaching in the Hospital
Written by experts in the field, Teaching in the Hospital offers a unique perspective on the goals of inpatient teaching and practical advice for hospitalists and attendings who teach on the wards.
Drug Prescribing in Renal Failure, 5th Edition
Because the kidney is the major regulator of the internal fluid environment, the physiologic changes associated with renal disease have pronounced effects on the pharmacology of many drugs. Manage these effects successfully with this handy pocket guide.
Psychiatry Essentials for the Primary Care Physician
Psychiatry Essentials for Primary Care is an easy-to-use resource written specifically for general clinicians from the general medical point of view!
On Being a Doctor, volume 3
If you are a physician who has felt the joy of patient care, the frustrations of bureaucracy, the satisfaction of a good catch, the anguish of a mistake, or the long sorrow of losing a patient, you will find sympathy and companionship in these pages.
On Being a Doctor, volume 4
The 4th volume of On Being a Doctor contains the finest selections of prose and poetry from Annals of Internal Medicine from 2007 to 2013.
Teaching Clinical Reasoning
Teaching Clinical Reasoning ... explores one of clinical medicine's most fascinating questions, which happens also to be a question that is critical for medical education: "What, apart from medical knowledge, is essential for clinical expertise?"
Theory and Practice of Teaching Medicine
Medical teaching -- formal and informal, preclinical and clinical, planned and impromptu -- is complex. Physician-teachers must be concerned with meeting the needs of the learner while providing effective care for the patient.
From our publishing partner McGraw-Hill:
Clinical Genomics: Practical Applications in Adult Patient Care
Clinical Genomics is essential for internists, primary care physicians, and other healthcare providers who wish to increase their knowledge of the gene-and-protein level care of patients in a clinical setting.
Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine
In conjunction with McGraw-Hill, here is the definitive guide to the knowledge and skills necessary to practice Hospital Medicine.
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