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General Internal Medicine at SGIM 2015
Members of the Division of General Internal Medicine delivered numerous workshops, clinical vignettes, original research, and innovations at the national meeting of the Society of General Internal Medicine, April 22-25, 2015 in Toronto, Canada.
Training Physicians to Think Broadly About Health and Wellness
In Einstein's "The Doctor's Tablet" blog, Dr. Aaron Fox explains why he believes public advocacy should be part of the training for all physicians and how it can help both patients and doctors.
Three GIM Faculty to be Inducted into Leo M. Davidoff Society
Drs. Julia Arnsten, James Brust, and Colin Cha Fong have been elected to membership in the Leo M. Davidoff Society this year.
Dr. Milan Selected for 2015 Outstanding Teaching Award
Dr. Felise Milan will receive the Harry H. Gordon Award for Outstanding Clinical Teaching, presented at Einstein's 2015 Commencement ceremony at Avery Fisher Hall in New York.
A Change of Heart Over Urine Drug Testing
Dr. Joanna Starrels on the protocol of urine drug testing: "Physicians don’t want to be police; our mission is not to find perpetrators of illegal or dangerous activity. Our mission is to understand and weigh the risks and benefits of treatments we provide. Urine drug test results give me data to help me weigh the risks."
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