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Current Issue - March 2015


Featured Articles

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Cover Story

Uncertainty clouds protocols

Uncertainty clouds protocols

By Stacey Butterfield

Sepsis strategies studied and debated

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Comanagement

Planning is key to successful comanagement

Planning is key to successful comanagement

By Janet Colwell

Working out details in advance helps avoid conflicts down the road

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Medical Education

Teach trainees more thought, less waste

Teach trainees more thought, less waste

By Julie Knudson

Hospitalist role models can help residents embrace high-value care

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Nursing Homes

Physicians step up as initiatives change nursing home care

Physicians step up as initiatives change nursing home care

By Terri D’Arrigo

National efforts are underway to improve the quality of care for patients with dementia

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Success Story

Speedy stroke treatment and feedback

By Stacey Butterfield

An academic medical center reduces door-to-needle time dramatically

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Perspectives

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Newman's Notions

The lost cohort

By Jamie Newman, MD, FACP

A fictional class for an MHA leads to some literal wayfinding

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Clinical Medicine

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Research Update

Recent Research

From staff reports

Perioperative aspirin and clonidine for AKI, longer surgeries and clot risk, poor neighborhoods and readmissions, and more

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Departments

Letter from the Editor

The Brief Case: Cases from Brown University

Q&A: Nancy A. Rigotti, MD, FACP, on secondhand smoke

Q&A: Amy P. Abernethy, MD, PhD, FACP, on palliative care

Q&A: Judith Fradkin, MD, on principles of diabetes care

Perspectives: A history of anesthesia

Residents' Page: ‘Digitally native’ learners and physician evaluation

Coding Corner: Medicare's 2-midnight rule

In the News: From the archives of ACP Hospitalist Weekly

FDA Update: Recalls and approvals

Pulse On® Boston

ACP HospitalistWeekly

From the March 25, 2015 edition

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