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Generic drugs recommend 

The American College of Physicians (ACP) says that prescribing generic medications whenever possible can improve adherence to therapy, improve outcomes, and reduce costs for patients and the health care system. 197 more words


African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States meets up this week #development #climatechange #ACP

This week will be held in Brussels (23-25 November) the 102nd session of the Ministers of African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACAP). The Group was founded back in 1975, with the main purpose of developing cooperation between EU and ACP countries in major issues, like climate change and international trade. 215 more words


Research funding and finance in December

Research Professional for finding funding opportunities
Wednesday 2nd December, 12.00, Bowland North SR1
An overview of Research Professional and how to use the database to find funding opportunities. 175 more words

Research Bites

Felicia Stewart - A Philosophy Lesson

Felicia graduated from Sherman college and is heavily involved with the Philosophy of Chiropractic. Liz and Loz met her in Norway last year and finally sits down on Skype to pick her brain. 41 more words


The Alchemists exhibition opening at ACP, October 2015

The Alchemists: Rediscovering Photography in the Age of the Jpeg, is an exhibition that examines the resurgence of interest in analogue photographic techniques in contemporary art. 46 more words

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ACP: Consider Low-Income Patients With Direct Pay

Physicians opting for cash-only practices must consider the impact that the practice model will have on their communities and low-income patients struggling with to access care, the American College of Physicians said this week. 1,026 more words

DPC News

Public Release: 10-Nov-2015 New ACP paper explores impact of 'concierge' and other direct patient contracting practices

“This paper neither endorses nor opposes concierge and other DPCPs, rather, it offers ACP’s assessment of the evidence on the policy and patient care implications of DPCPs,” Dr.

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