A New Edition of JAMA Internal Medicine Is Now Available

July 18, 2018

JAMA Internal Medicine (vol. 178, no. 6, 2018) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Creating a “Manageable Cockpit” for Clinicians: A Shared Responsibility” by Christine A. Sinsky and Michael R. Privitera
  • “Concerns About the Approval of Nusinersen Sodium by the US Food and Drug Administration” by Martha S. Gerrity, Vinay Prasad, and Adam J. Obley
  • “The Role of Telehealth in the Medical Response to Disasters” by Nicole Lurie and Brendan G. Carr
  • “Harry Potter, Magic, and Medicine” by Arjun Gupta
  • “A Physician’s Suffering—Facing Depression as a Trainee” by Colleen M. Farrell
  • “Saving a Death When We Cannot Save a Life in the Intensive Care Unit” by Michael E. Wilson
  • “When Physicians Turn Into Patients—Becoming Kafka’s Cockroach” by Shaurya Taran and Allan S. Detsky
  • “Primary Care Practitioners’ Perceptions of Electronic Consult Systems: A Qualitative Analysis” by Michelle S. Lee et al.
  • “Economics of Palliative Care for Hospitalized Adults With Serious Illness: A Meta-analysis” by Peter May et al.


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