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Why Do We Need Visual Art in Health Care Settings?

Melina Tessier

Oct 3, 2022

Read What’s the Actual Story in a Patient’s EMR?article image

What’s the Actual Story in a Patient’s EMR?

Charlotte Grinberg, MD

Sep 27, 2022 Link to What’s the Actual Story in a Patient’s EMR?

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When Can I Break Up With a Patient?

Alexandria Clarinda Lynch, MD, MPH, FACS, CPE

Sep 6, 2022 Link to When Can I Break Up With a Patient?

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No Particular Food is One Bite Cures All

Anand Habib, MD

Sep 6, 2022 Link to No Particular Food is One Bite Cures All

Read What Clinicians Need to Know About Monkeypox: Q&A with Two UCSF Infectious Disease Physicians article image

What Clinicians Need to Know About Monkeypox: Q&A with Two UCSF Infectious Disease Physicians

Melina Tessier

Aug 15, 2022 Link to What Clinicians Need to Know About Monkeypox: Q&A with Two UCSF Infectious Disease Physicians

Read It Is Up to Primary Care Physicians to Initiate End-of-Life Conversationsarticle image

It Is Up to Primary Care Physicians to Initiate End-of-Life Conversations

Eleanor Tanno, MD

Aug 15, 2022 Link to It Is Up to Primary Care Physicians to Initiate End-of-Life Conversations

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When My Name Badge Read 'Student'

Tyler Whitney

Jul 18, 2022 Link to When My Name Badge Read 'Student'

Read There's an Art to End-of-Life Care, and It Has Everything to Do With Communicationarticle image

There's an Art to End-of-Life Care, and It Has Everything to Do With Communication

Sarah Chiu

Jul 18, 2022 Link to There's an Art to End-of-Life Care, and It Has Everything to Do With Communication

Read Most Patients Aren’t Trying to Disobey Your Ordersarticle image

Most Patients Aren’t Trying to Disobey Your Orders

Carolyn Irene Rosinsky, MD

Jul 11, 2022 Link to Most Patients Aren’t Trying to Disobey Your Orders

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An Act of Kindness

Noor F. Shaik

Jul 11, 2022 Link to An Act of Kindness

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Teaching Children Means Healthier Future Patients

Robin Elizabeth Dickinson, MD

Jun 28, 2022 Link to Teaching Children Means Healthier Future Patients

Read I Thought Intense Exercise Was Helping Me, Not Hurting Mearticle image

I Thought Intense Exercise Was Helping Me, Not Hurting Me

Christopher Morrow, MD

Jun 21, 2022 Link to I Thought Intense Exercise Was Helping Me, Not Hurting Me

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Playing Hot Potato with Patient Referrals

Sampath Prahalad, MD

Jun 21, 2022 Link to Playing Hot Potato with Patient Referrals

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Should Physicians Be One-Trick Ponies?

Benjamin T Ostrander, MD, MSE

May 24, 2022 Link to Should Physicians Be One-Trick Ponies?

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The Virtual Visit and What Was Lost

Steven Rogoff, MD

May 10, 2022 Link to The Virtual Visit and What Was Lost

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Your Medical Management Should Be Better Than a Magic 8 Ball

Arlene Dorrough, PA

Apr 12, 2022 Link to Your Medical Management Should Be Better Than a Magic 8 Ball

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Bend But Do Not Break: Primary Care Under Pressure

Anand Habib, MD

Apr 5, 2022 Link to Bend But Do Not Break: Primary Care Under Pressure

Read When the Worst Threat to a Patient Is a Drug Prescriptionarticle image

When the Worst Threat to a Patient Is a Drug Prescription

Marjorie M Ordene, MD

Mar 28, 2022 Link to When the Worst Threat to a Patient Is a Drug Prescription

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It Takes a Village to Heal a Patient

Natasha Babar, MD

Mar 15, 2022 Link to It Takes a Village to Heal a Patient

Read In Medicine, the Obvious Response Isn’t Always the Best Onearticle image

In Medicine, the Obvious Response Isn’t Always the Best One

Ricardo Chujutalli, MD, MBA

Feb 28, 2022 Link to In Medicine, the Obvious Response Isn’t Always the Best One

Read It's Not 'Efficient' If It Sacrifices Patient Care​article image

It's Not 'Efficient' If It Sacrifices Patient Care​

Arlene Dorrough, PA

Jan 31, 2022 Link to It's Not 'Efficient' If It Sacrifices Patient Care​

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How One Native American Doctor Empowers His Community

Angelica Recierdo, MS, BSN

Jan 27, 2022 Link to How One Native American Doctor Empowers His Community