ACDIS’ volunteer boards and committees are the heartbeat of our organization. The people serving in these groups provide best-practice guidance, review materials for publication, advocate on behalf of the association’s members, plan celebrations and appreciation programs, and much more.
Historically, EHRs have tended to only include one indication of gender: the gender a patient was assigned at birth. While many patients identify as their birth-assigned gender and are thus correctly represented by this indicator, this may not be the case for patients who are transgender or part...Read More »
According to the official chapter agreement form, chapter members who wish to join ACDIS national may do so at a discounted rate. This discount is meant to encourage participation of chapter members with the national association. To take advantage of this discount, individual chapter members...Read More »
A survey of physicians found that a significant portion experienced mistreatment in the prior year, with patients and visitors the most common source of abuse, according to research published in the...Read More »