SHM Converge promises a lively return to live
February 3, 2022
In 1998, about 200 hospitalists and hospital medicine-related professionals came together in San Diego at the first annual conference of the National Association of Inpatient Physicians (NAIP). The...
What I wish I knew before becoming a hospitalist
- Allison Ashford, MD;
- Rachna Rawal, MD;
- Teela Crecelius MD
January 7, 2022
Finishing residency and beginning a career in hospital medicine is an exhilarating time of autonomy, unlike any time during residency. Now you can finally flex independent clinical skills. However,...
Is mindfulness key to helping physicians with mental health?
December 8, 2021
“When we go into our state of deep rest in the meditation practice, which is two to five times more restful than sleep, it heals those stress scars.”
What does it mean to be a trustworthy male ally?
November 10, 2021
“I began to understand that graceful self-promotion is not optional for many women in medicine, it is a necessary skill.”
Embedding diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in hospital medicine
- Andrew Delapenha, MD, MPH;
- Eileen Barrett, MD, MPH;
- Flora Kisuule, MD, MPH;
- Shannon K. Martin, MD, MS
September 21, 2021
Hospitalists have significant work ahead to ensure that we develop and maintain a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce.
Trio of awardees illustrate excellence in SHM chapters
September 16, 2021
The SHM Chapter Excellence Awards highlight outstanding efforts, engagement, and resilience.
Hospitalists address patient experience during the pandemic
September 3, 2021
“A lot of the care hospitalists provide involves touch, sitting down and looking at the patient eye to eye, on the same level.” says Dr. Minesh Patel.
Current and Previous Issues
August 27, 2021
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Weathering this storm and the next
- Brent Mothner, MD, FAAP;
- Michelle A. Lopez, MD, MPH, FAAP;
- Ricardo Quinonez, MD, FHM, FAAP;
- Teena Hadvani, MD, FAAP;
- Vicki Uremovich, DO, FAAP
August 20, 2021
Disaster preparedness is achieved with the nonstop cycle of planning, coordinating, and recognizing vulnerable areas.
FIND: A framework for success as a first-year hospitalist
- Allison K. Ashford, MD;
- And Teela Crecelius, MD;
- Rachna Rawal, MD;
- Ryan E. Nelson, MD
June 24, 2021
Beginning with the end in mind, will help you visualize your direction.