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Rebecca Beyth

Quality Improvement in Cardiovascular Imaging

Implementation of quality improvement (QI) activities is growing in health care settings across the world. Within cardiovascular imaging, areas for improvement include consistency of result reporting, greater patient safety through reductions in radiation exposure, and greater efficiency of care delivery by elimination of wasteful practices and elimination of low-value or…

Contemporary Challenges in Medical Education: From Theory to Practice

Contemporary Challenges in Medical Education: From Theory to Practice is now available! This publication is a great resource for educators and students entering the practice of clinical medicine. Contributors include Zareen Zaidi, associate professor of medicine and associate chief of faculty development in the division of general internal medicine, Eric…

Deputy Editor for the Journal of General Internal Medicine

Congratulations to Dr. Rebecca Beyth who has been named Deputy Editor for the Journal of General Internal Medicine, the official journal of the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM). She is also the new Chair of the SGIM’s Evidence-based Medicine (EBM) national taskforce. The society promotes improved patient care, research…

Choosing Wisely Campaign

Dr. Rebecca Beyth, Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Florida and Malcolm Randall Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and Dr. Jeremy Sussman, Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor Veterans Affairs Health System, collaborated on  recommendation #2 of the Choosing…

Junior Mentor of the Year

Congratulations to Dr. Rebecca Beyth who was awarded Junior Mentor of the Year at the College of Medicine Research Awards ceremony!…

An Easy Screen for an Overlooked Disease

Peripheral artery disease affects up to 12% of the U.S. population, but is often under-diagnosed and inadequately treated. A lack of vascular medicine training programs, a paucity of resources and poor awareness of the efficacy of simple treatments all contribute. Yet, according to experts, 95% of cases can…