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- Nov 16, 2023
- Larry Beresford
Sara Murray, MD, MAS, associate professor of clinical medicine in the division of hospital medicine at the University of California San Francisco and associate chief medical information officer for inpatient care and data science at UCSF Health, said hospitalists may not even see or realize all the ways AI influences their work.
- Nov 2, 2023
- Mary Ann Kirkconnell Hall, MPH; Jasmah Hanna, MS
Hospitalists face numerous demands, and those in academic medicine are also expected to write and publish their work in peer-reviewed journals, present at conferences, and give lectures and talks. Strategic use of support staff can be a catalyst for the dissemination of this knowledge.
To achieve optimum care, some medical centers have hospitalists or other physicians serve in what’s called a “unit medical director” position.
- Sep 28, 2023
- Dr. Naznin Jamal
A series of interviews with hospital medicine clinicians, continuing with Naznin Jamal. Gain insights from their knowledge and expertise.
- Sep 21, 2023
- Arunab Mehta, MD, MEd
In the field of medical education, there’s a growing recognition of the importance of incorporating learners in direct care services with hospitalists to address the needs of both the learners and the health care system.
- Sep 14, 2023
- Beth Makowski, DO, FACOI, FHM
Drs. Russo and Boer began by outlining the differences between high-performing and dysfunctional teams.
- Sep 7, 2023
- Abhi Kole, MD, PhD
This workshop discussed ideas to standardize the recruitment process, ask more informative interview questions, and minimize unconscious bias to create a diverse hospitalist group.
- Aug 17, 2023
- Jin Sol G. Lee MD, MPH, Bon Ku MD, MPP, Samir S. Shah MD, MSCE
In this issue, we present a series of perspectives on the theme of design and its growing implications to healthcare.
- Jul 26, 2023
- Karen E. Jerardi, Kimberly D. Manning
As we reach the end of 4 years of Leadership and Professional Development columns in the Journal of Hospital Medicine, we reflect on what we have learned and where we hope to go as the column matures.
This articles goes over ways Hospitalists can support our LGBTQIA+ community in different ways.
- Jun 14, 2023
- Vanessa Caceres
The Hospitalist recently spoke with five hospitalists who shared more about their challenges and opportunities as members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
- Jun 7, 2023
- Dr. Harvir Singh Gambhir
A series of interviews with hospital medicine clinicians, continuing with Havir Singh Gambhir. Gain insights from their knowledge and expertise.
- May 18, 2023
- Dr. Sandeep Pagali
A series of interviews with hospital medicine clinicians, continuing with Sandeep Pagali. Gain insights from their knowledge and expertise.
- Apr 21, 2023
- Colin Washington, Bruno Álvarez Concejo
While serving as chief residents during the pandemic was no ordinary experience, the tools we leaned on are universal.
- Mar 20, 2023
- Farzana Hoque, MD, MRCP (UK), FACP
Emotions drive people, people drive performance. This oft-quoted expression provides a simplified explanation of emotional intelligence, but let’s dive a little deeper and consider its importance to hospitalists.
- Feb 1, 2023
- Vanessa Caceres
Whether you’re a hospitalist negotiating your first job contract out of residency or a seasoned professional considering a new opportunity after years with the same institution, negotiating physician employment contracts can be overwhelming.
- Jan 25, 2023
- Vineet Arora, Barbara Overholser, Nancy D. Spector
The good news is that there are tangible and effective ways to address leadership burnout.
- Jan 18, 2023
- Suchita Shah Sata
If you were designing the perfect hospitalist job description, what would be the optimal workload to achieve high productivity?
- Jan 11, 2023
- Bruno Álvarez Concejo, Shannon K. Martin
The average resident spends most of their time in hallways and workrooms, and as hospitalist educators, we can leverage those intervening spaces to teach, reflect, and build team camaraderie.
- Dec 28, 2022
- Lynn McDaniel
Effective communication between clinicians and patients is essential to good care and has been shown to improve patient outcomes.