SGIM


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SGIM

Society of General Internal Medicine.
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In the current version of the SGIM, the equal spheres packing method is applied.
SGIM's private client business, including the specialist pension and bond business, will further enhance Tilney Group's capacity to offer clients abroad spread of investment solutions.
In anticipation of the guidelines, the SGIM obtained a 3-year grant from the CDC to develop an educational "train the trainer" program aimed at reducing barriers to early diagnosis of HIV infection and increasing patient access to preventive services in primary care settings, Dr.
Results were presented, in part, at the VA HSR&D National Meeting, February 2005; and the SGIM National Meeting, May 2005.
On balance, however, SGIM members view the hospitalist movement as "a good thing," Dr.
The SGIM commission will have a much broader focus, he said.
"Variation in the Use of Computerized Clinical Reminders in an Integrated National Delivery System." SGIM Annual Meeting, Chicago.
"Many SGIM members have been even more favorably disposed to simplified [e.g., single-payer] approaches to health insurance financing, and place an even greater emphasis on physicians avoiding conflicted relationships with industry," he said in an interview.
Preliminary results were presented at the annual national meetings of the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) in May 2000 in Boston, at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) in June 2000 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA) in November 2000 in Alexandria, VA.
The panel had been charged by Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) leadership with steering a new course for a field beset by increasing physician dissatisfaction coupled with declining quality and quantity of medical student applicants for training spots.