Though the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented, the pandemic of racism is not.
SHM’s 2020-2021 Awards of Excellence nominations are...
“Support needs to be deployed in multiple dimensions ... and include training in resilience, stress reduction, emotional awareness, and self-care...
Scope of practice for the hospitalist model continues to evolve, with increased demand for comanagement roles.
Resident supervision is driven by three factors: what residents need, what residents want, and what the supervisor can provide.
The field of pediatric hospital medicine must recognize the role that race plays in propagating inequalities.
The COVID-19 crisis may present an opportunity for hospital medicine to rapidly explore different models.
Overall, residents reported good relationships with attending physicians and nurses.
EMR design should be informed by the needs of the people these products are designed to support.
A nonjudgmental but firm critique of weaknesses during urgent care simulation exercises fosters readiness.