Your NEJM Group Today: Looking at Patient vs. Computer / Dietary Supplements & Teen Athletes / Ohio Hospitalist Opportunity — Physician’s First Watch

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January 10, 2017

Your NEJM Group Today: Looking at Patient vs. Computer / Dietary Supplements & Teen Athletes / Ohio Hospitalist Opportunity

By the Editors

Here's today's selection from NEJM Group:

NEJM Catalyst: How much a physician has to look at a computer screen, instead of a patient, makes all the difference. Read more at the link below.

NEJM Journal Watch Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine: In a study, two thirds of sales attendants at health food stores recommended creatine and 10% recommended testosterone boosters for an adolescent male athlete, despite current recommendations against these supplements.

NEJM CareerCenter: The department of medicine at the Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Medical Center in Ohio is seeking a full-time physician interested in a nocturnist hospitalist position.

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