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The Annals of Internal Medicine

May 20, 2014

Dr. Paul Barach is a physician and an educator who currently teaches at the University of South Florida in Tampa, as well as several European academic institutions. An accomplished medical researcher with over 125 published articles to his credit, he has also reviewed the work of many of his colleagues. From 2003 to 2005, Dr. Paul Barach served as a guest editor for the Annals of Internal Medicine.

Established by the American College of Physicians in 1927, the Annals of Internal Medicine has grown to become the leading journal in the world of internal medicine. The publication’s mission is to promote medical excellence, to educate physicians and health care professionals, to advance medical research standards, and to improve the health of people worldwide. 

The Annals of Internal Medicine works toward these goals by publishing a wide variety of original medical research and practice guidelines. The journal also reviews articles and publishes personal stories that express “the feeling and the art of medicine.”

To better serve the needs of medical educators, the Annals of Internal Medicine recently launched a comprehensive Teaching Tools program that includes teaching modules, PowerPoint slide sets, and High Value Care Curriculum resources. To integrate specific journal articles more effectively into the classroom environment, the editors of the Annals of Internal Medicine post detailed tips and instructions on the Teaching Tools webpage.

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