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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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Workplace violence occurs so often in the hospital that some health care workers consider
it part of the job. Gordon Lee Gillespie, PhD, DNP, RN, estimates that he was assaulted
at least 100 times in his first five or six years working as a nurse in the ED.
ACP Hospitalist provides news and information about hospital medicine, covering the latest trends
and issues in the field.
Growing up in North Texas during the ‘70s and ‘80s, Dr. Patrick Young
fell in love with Top Gun when it released in 1986. Top Gun stars Tom Cruise as a
young fighter pilot vying for the top of his class at an elite naval flight school.
It defined cool for a generation of viewers, and, to Dr. Young, joining the Navy and
flying jets “seemed like a great thing to do with your life. That became my
Music was the one thing that was missing in my life as a medical student. In my first
year, I started performing for palliative care patients in the hospital and met dozens
of patients. But there is one encounter I play over and over in my head.
Though Congress is expected to make decisions before year's end on an array of financial
issues, it's still far from clear just how things will turn out. With that as the
backdrop, the American College of Physicians is continuing to urge the nation's leadership
to protect and support the health care system.
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public policy issues affecting internal medicine and patient care. Join ACP's Advocates for Internal Network Medicine network (AIMn) to stay engaged with ACP's advocacy activities.
In this essay, Dr. Lederle describes his thoughts on “coming to terms” with his terminal
diagnosis. In a second essay, Dr. Saxe reflects on how her own malignancies and her mother's dementia shattered
her “protective wall of denial.”
Annals of Internal Medicine is the premier internal medicine academic journal published by the American College
of Physicians (ACP). It is one of the most widely cited and influential specialty
medical journals in the world.
Ca2+-activated Cl- channels (CaCCs) encoded by the gene Tmem16a or Anoctamin1 (ANO1)
produce membrane depolarization and contraction of vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs)
when stimulated by endogenous vasoconstrictors acting on Gq-protein coupled receptors.
Treprostinil (TPL) is one of several prostacyclin analogs clinically used to treat
patients diagnosed with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH).
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as part of the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting every year. Find out more at ACP Online.
Pulmonary medicine is the subspecialty of internal medicine that focuses on the diagnosis
and management of disorders of the respiratory system, including the lungs, upper
airways, thoracic cavity, and chest wall.
Allergic rhinitis (AR), an inflammatory disease of the upper airways, is one of the
most common problems seen in outpatient practice. Although sometimes trivialized by
patients and physicians, AR is a major source of morbidity.
The deadline for submitting self-nominations for the Council of Student Members (CSM) elections has been extended to January 31, 2018.
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