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Progress Notes: The Dangerous Season

The hazards of the looming holiday season present interesting challenges for hospitalists

Article: Evidence Based Medicine for The Hospitalist

Installment #2:Why do our questions matter? Adopt the PICOT approach

Article: The Future of Critical Care

Technology and care guidelines will revolutionize the care of critically ill patients

Article: The Surviving Sepsis Campaign

Potential for improving outcomes in patients who develop severe sepsis in the hospital

Article: The Red Badge of Katrina

MDs from Charity and University hospitals recall their experiences treating patients during Hurricane Katrina

Article: "A Hospitalist Saved My Life"

A hospitalized healthcare expert shares her perspective

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Article: PEDIATRIC SPECIAL SECTION: Children’s National Medical Center’sHospitalist Division

A second in our look at pediatric hospitalist fellowship programs

Cover Story: Tours of Duty

The lessons learned by hospitalists and other healthcare providers who rendered patient care in dire circumstances during Hurricane Katrina

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Departments

In the Literature: Postdischarge Test Results, Acute Renal Failure, Diagnosing PE

Society Pages: SHM Establishes Palliative Care Task Force

End-of-life issues a priority as task force sets agenda

What’s Your Diagnosis?: To the Marrow

SHM Point of View: Where Does Hospital Medicine Begin and End?

Use of observation units is increasing and hospitalists are taking the lead

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Columns

President’s Column: Hurricane Katrina: Tragedy and Hope

Nature’s wrath gives us hospitalists renewed purpose

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