The Physician Charter on Professionalism.

The ACP Ethics Case Studies – – that offer continuing medical education credit – – uses hypothetical examples to elaborate on controversial or subtle aspects of issues not really addressed in detail in ACP’s Ethics Manual, the Physician Charter on Professionalism, and various other ACP position statements ( We are really excited about dealing with Medscape to bring essential ethics and professionalism debates and educational articles to a wide viewers, stated Lois Snyder, JD, Director of the ACP Center for Ethics and Professionalism.This study has enhanced understanding of a wide array of human medical conditions including cancer, medication addiction, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, and regular aging and has resulted in the development of many promising treatment strategies.

These new grants are part of a broader work to discover and enroll uninsured children who are eligible for Medicaid or CHIP however, not enrolled. As called for in CHIPRA, grants will be awarded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to applicants whose outreach, enrollment and retention initiatives will focus on geographic areas with high rates of eligible but uninsured American Indian and Alaska Indigenous children, who live in isolated areas and so are uninsured at higher-than-average rates often.