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Training a hospitalist workforce to address the intensivist shortage in American hospitals: A position paper from the Society of Hospital Medicine and the Society of Critical Care Medicine*

Siegal, Eric M. MD, SFHM; Dressler, Daniel D. MD; MSc; SFHM; FACP; Dichter, Jeffrey R. MD; SFHM; FACP; Gorman, Mary Jo MD; MBA; MHM; Lipsett, Pamela A. MD; MHPE; FACS; FCCM

doi: 10.1097/CCM.0b013e318258eef7
Special Article

From Critical Care Medicine, Aurora Medical Group (EMS), Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Johns Hopkins Medicine (DDD), Department of Surgery, Baltimore, Maryland; Unity Hospital ICU (JRD), University of Minnesota, Fridley, Minnesota; Department of Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine (MJG), Atlanta, Georgia; Advanced ICU Care (PAL), St. Louis, Missouri.

*See also p. 1998.

From Critical Care Medicine, Aurora Medical Group (EMS), Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Johns Hopkins Medicine (DDD), Department of Surgery, Baltimore, Maryland; Unity Hospital ICU (JRD), University of Minnesota, Fridley, Minnesota; Department of Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine (MJG), Atlanta, Georgia; Advanced ICU Care (PAL), St. Louis, Missouri.

The authors have not disclosed any potential conflicts of interest.

This article is simultaneously being published in the Journal of Hospital Medicine. (Siegal EM, Dressler DD, Dichter JR, Gorman MJ, Lipsett PA: Training a hospitalist workforce to address the intensivist shortage in American hospitals: A position paper from the Society of Hospital Medicine and the Society of Critical Care Medicine. J Hosp Med 2012; 7(5):epub ahead of print.)

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