- Essay Contest: Medicine in the year 2115
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- My Kind of Medicine: IM Family: Andrew J. Varney, MD, FACP & Jacob Varney, MD
- Analyzing Annals: Major Concepts of Health Care Economics
- Winning Abstracts: Podium Presenters for the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2015
- Subspecialty Careers: Hospice and Palliative Medicine
- In the Clinic: Palliative Care
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Essay Contest: Medicine in the year 2115
Share your thoughts and predictions for what medicine will be like in the year 2115 through the IMpact essay contest.More
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My Kind of Medicine: IM Family: Andrew J. Varney, MD, FACP & Jacob Varney, MD
In honor of ACP's Centennial, My Kind of Medicine: IM Family is a new series of physician profiles featuring multi-generational internists. The stories will appear in several issues throughout 2015 to showcase how a tradition of caring and a passion for internal medicine are passed from one generation to the next.More
Analyzing Annals: Major Concepts of Health Care Economics
A recent article applies major economic concepts, such as supply, demand, monopoly, monopsony, adverse selection, and moral hazard, to central features of U.S. health care.More
Winning Abstracts from the 2015 Medical Student Abstract Competition: Podium Presenters for the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2015
See who will be presenting at the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 in Boston!More
Subspecialty Careers: Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Palliative medicine aims to relieve symptoms and pain a patient suffers due to a serious illness.More
Palliative medicine focuses on quality of life and the alleviation of symptoms in patients with serious illness. It aims to consider the physical, mental, spiritual, and social well-being of patients and their families in order to maintain hope while ensuring patient dignity and respecting autonomy.
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