Volume 119, Issue 4 (December 2020)
- The Great Mask Debate: A Debate That Shouldn’t Be a Debate at All
- Choosing a Vasopressor for a Prehospital Emergency Medical System: Consideration for Agent Selection and Review of Pharmacologic Profiles, Efficacy, and Safety in Treatment of Shock
- Clinical Features of COVID-19 Infection in Patients Treated at a Large Veterans Affairs Medical Center
- Continuous Engagement in a Weight-Loss Program Promotes Sustained Significant Weight Loss
- A Curriculum to Increase Empathy and Reduce Burnout
- A Cross-Sectional Study of Attitudes and Factors That Promote Medical Student Participation in Professional Medical Societies
- Internal Medicine Residents’ Perceptions of Writing and Presenting Case Reports
- Decrease in Positivity Rate of Influenza Tests Coinciding With Outbreak of SARS-CoV-2: Data From a Southeastern Wisconsin Laboratory
- Bridging Undergraduate and Graduate Medical Education: A Resident-as-Educator Curriculum Embedded in an Internship Preparation Course
- Parental Perception of Care for Infants With Fever During Hospitalization
- Low Rate of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Adults With Active Cancer Diagnosis in a Nonendemic Region in the United States
- Pulmonary Blastomycosis: Pediatric Cases Emphasizing Prompt Identification Using C-Reactive Protein and Procalcitonin to Distinguish Fungal vs Bacterial Origin
- The Eyes Cannot See What the Mind Does Not Know: Endocrinological Side Effects of Ibrutinib
EDITORIALS & OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
- In This Issue: Nine Months and Going Strong
- As I See It: A Day in the Life of a Student-Run Free Clinic
- As I See It: Good Morning Doctor; Welcome to a New Day
- Commentary: Mind the Gaps: Supporting Key Social Safety Nets Across the Digital Divide in Rural Wisconsin
- Dean’s Corner: It’s Not Enough
- Schrager Named Editor-in-Chief
- Index to Articles: WMJ Volume 119 (2020)
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February 22, 2021
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