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Call for papers. There's still time to submit your paper to the February 2016 In-Hospital Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease Management issue! With a Rapid Track submission deadline of Sun, 1st November 2015 and a Fast Track submission deadline of Tues, 1st December 2015, why not submit your In-Hospital Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease Management research? | View the Editorial Calendar for more information on our other themed issues.
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- Volume 44, Issue 4 (2016)
Take a look at some popular papers from Hospital Medicine.
Rates of hospitalization among patients with deep vein thrombosis before and after the introduction of rivaroxaban
- Geno J. Merli, Judd E. Hollander, Patrick Lefebvre, François Laliberté, Monika K. Raut, William H. Olson, and Charles V. Pollack
Lack of language skills and knowledge of local culture in international medical graduates: Implications for the NHS
- Ashraf Hamarneh
- Henry K. Siu
- Salim Surani & Joseph Varon
- Cynthia M Cooper, Andrew Z Fenves