The JHM Research Series highlights some of the most recent and impactful research coming out of the Journal of Hospital Medicine, SHM’s peer-reviewed research journal. Read what contributors and primary investigators have to say about the latest hospital medicine research. Visit www.journalofhospitalmedicine.com for more.

April 14, 2020 |  0
Like the vast majority of you, I never thought I’d ever experience or be a part of a pandemic. A month ago, if you’d have told me we’d be where we’re at right now, I’d have thought you were crazy. Yet here we are. The vast majority of the nation is on self-quarantine, hospitals around […]
December 17, 2019 |  3
Two notable hospitalist studies out late last month–one from JAMA, and the other from JHM. First up: Association of the Work Schedules of Hospitalists with Patient Outcomes of Hospitalization In this cohort study of 3 years of Medicare data from 229 hospitals in TX, covering 114K medical admissions of patients with a 3-day to 6-day […]
December 12, 2019 |  0
Years ago, I heard the saying, “For you [as a hospitalist], it may just be Monday or Tuesday, but for the patient it is often the worst day of their life.” This powerful medical aphorism captures the stark differences that can exist between a patient and a doctor. Physicians and health care systems are often […]
November 8, 2019 |  0
Do you have a stack of journals piling up on your desk, beside your bed or in your email inbox? In 1950, medical knowledge was estimated to double every 50 years, but now the doubling time is every few months. At this rate, it is impossible to keep up with the literature, but a group […]
October 17, 2019 |  0
I distinctly remember my first stint on night float rotation — it did not come until I was a third-year resident since most of my rotations were pre-duty hours. It was a “novel innovation” in our program and the job seemed simple — admit overnight, handoff to the day team, go home and sleep. Get […]
October 1, 2019 |  0
It’s September – no, almost October. We’re right in the middle of that fraught season in which senior residents begin job searches in earnest, and hospital medicine groups gear up their recruitment efforts. So, it’s timely that the Journal of Hospital Medicine recently published a paper entitled “Top Qualifications Hospitalist Leaders Seek in Candidates: Results […]