Medical Humanities

Medical Humanities is a series on Op-Med, which showcases creative work by Doximity members. Art, music, dance, poetry, and all mixtures in-between or newly expressed are welcome.

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Precious Metals

Maya Sorini, MS

Jan 19, 2022

Read I Misdiagnosed My Mother and Was So Glad I Was Wrong.article image

I Misdiagnosed My Mother and Was So Glad I Was Wrong.

May Ameri

Jan 3, 2022 Link to I Misdiagnosed My Mother and Was So Glad I Was Wrong.

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On Duty in the Surgery Waiting Room

Lawrence Hergott, MD

Dec 14, 2021 Link to On Duty in the Surgery Waiting Room

Read One Splits into Two, Two into Threearticle image

One Splits into Two, Two into Three

Eleanor Tanno, MD

Nov 29, 2021 Link to One Splits into Two, Two into Three

Read A Bright Cry: A Child Born in the CCU article image

A Bright Cry: A Child Born in the CCU

Lilit Sargsyan, MD

Nov 16, 2021 Link to A Bright Cry: A Child Born in the CCU

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Separating the Person from the Pathology

Noah Feld

Nov 1, 2021 Link to Separating the Person from the Pathology

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Why I’m Laughing About Beets In the Exam Room

Brian Gilmer, MD

Oct 12, 2021 Link to Why I’m Laughing About Beets In the Exam Room

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Our Carefully Assembled Selves

Dahlia Kronfli

Oct 4, 2021 Link to Our Carefully Assembled Selves

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The Hospital Chapel

Bonnie Salomon, MD

Sep 21, 2021 Link to The Hospital Chapel

Read 'She Was Blue in the Face With Hardly a Cry'article image

'She Was Blue in the Face With Hardly a Cry'

Sara Khan, MD

Sep 7, 2021 Link to 'She Was Blue in the Face With Hardly a Cry'

Read The Emotional Dilemma of Balancing Studying and Livingarticle image

The Emotional Dilemma of Balancing Studying and Living

Casey Schukow

Aug 20, 2021 Link to The Emotional Dilemma of Balancing Studying and Living

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The Last Morning Glory My Father Saw

Gurpreet Kaur Padam, MD FAAFP, DipABLM

Aug 13, 2021 Link to The Last Morning Glory My Father Saw

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The Last Conversation

Soma Sundara Shravan Kuma Jyothula, MD FCCP

Aug 3, 2021 Link to The Last Conversation

Read The Sharp Stab of Inspiration and Pleuritic Chest Painarticle image

The Sharp Stab of Inspiration and Pleuritic Chest Pain

Jaya Mallidi, MD

Jul 6, 2021 Link to The Sharp Stab of Inspiration and Pleuritic Chest Pain

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What Clinicians Can Learn From Poetry

Zainab Mabizari, MD

Jun 23, 2021 Link to What Clinicians Can Learn From Poetry

Read Moments of a Life: A Reflective Poem on Patient and Human Connectionarticle image

Moments of a Life: A Reflective Poem on Patient and Human Connection

Evelyn Bodenschatz

Jun 22, 2021 Link to Moments of a Life: A Reflective Poem on Patient and Human Connection

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We Are the Blessing, Not Dressed in Disguise

Kanesha Overton

Jun 8, 2021 Link to We Are the Blessing, Not Dressed in Disguise

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Photographing in Isolation

Omotola K. Ajibade, MD

Apr 29, 2021 Link to Photographing in Isolation

Read The Patient I Helped, The Man We Failedarticle image

The Patient I Helped, The Man We Failed

Wayne Fox Larrabee, MD, MS, FACS

Apr 23, 2021 Link to The Patient I Helped, The Man We Failed

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American Pandemic

Julie Schlegel, MD

Mar 29, 2021 Link to American Pandemic

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Capturing the Enormity of My Mentor

Caroline G Ferris, MD

Mar 23, 2021 Link to Capturing the Enormity of My Mentor

Read Listen: A Song By A Psychiatrist and His Patientarticle image

Listen: A Song By A Psychiatrist and His Patient

Anand Jayanti, MD

Mar 16, 2021 Link to Listen: A Song By A Psychiatrist and His Patient