General Medicine

General Medicine


Hepatitis C: A Guide to Current Management

New Clinical Collection from NEJM Group!

Recommendations for universal screening and a plethora of new drugs have profoundly affected clinical practice. This collection will arm clinicians to meet the challenges ahead as we enter an era in which the hepatitis C virus can be practically eradicated in many patients and populations. For this and other Collections, visit


ACS Updates Mammography Guidelines for Average-Risk Women

Recommendations move closer to those of the USPSTF — but differences remain.

Guideline Watch

USPSTF Recommendations on Interventions for Smoking Cessation

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force provides an overview of best practices for helping patients succeed in quitting.

Managing Dyslipidemia in Adults

This guideline differs from the 2013 ACC/AHA guideline in several important ways.

Insights on Residency Training

Procedural Competency Free

Dr. Briana Buckner (Chief Resident, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia) wonders whether we are instilling real procedural competency in young physicians.

Recent Audio Interviews

An Unforeseen Complication of the New Hepatitis C Drugs

Listen to our interview with Chloe Thio, MD (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland), in which she discusses reactivation of hepatitis B virus during treatment for hepatitis C viral infection.