How do we find out about new useful treatments? For new pharmaceuticals, you are likely to be inundated with information and dinners. But for nonpharmaceuticals, complementary medicines, or simple but effective uses of old pharmaceuticals, updates and reliable information are less accessible. This issue's clinical scenario is set in a busy suburban primary care practice. However, the practice has the still-unusual advantage of being computerized, with permanent Internet access from the doctor's desktop.
|Journal||ACP Journal Club|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|