A majority of doctors would avoid seeking professional advice for mental health issues in an outpatient setting, according to a new survey published by the Royal College of Physicians in the journal Clinical Medicine.
A third of HIV-related deaths could be avoided if testing for the disease was more widespread and more socially acceptable. Concise guidelines published today in Clinical Medicine, the journal of the Royal College of Physicians, wil... Read Post
Results of a Mayo Clinic survey published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that while physicians are open to being involved in health care reform discussions, some opposition may exist. The results appear in the Sept. 14... Read Post