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Toxic Talent: Why High-Performing Jerks Aren’t Worth the Trouble Free

Blogger Harrison Reed considers the deep-reaching effects of having a jerk at the helm in a healthcare (or any) workplace in this week's In Practice blog post.

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Anticoagulation Resumption After a GI Bleed Is Associated with Lower Mortality in Atrial Fibrillation

Resumption of oral anticoagulant therapy after anticoagulation-related gastrointestinal bleeding was associated with lower mortality despite higher risk for recurrent bleeding.

SPRINT: A Trial of Intensive Blood Pressure Lowering Free

Treating to a systolic target of 120 mm Hg lowered the incidence of adverse cardiovascular events in a high-risk population.