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Doctors, ditch the tie and the coat

ACP Internist has addressed doctors' dress before . Most recently, blogger Toni Brayer, FACP, dressed down doctors for wearing ties . Now, ...
November 2020

Entering the narrative

Instead of being a written account of the care given to the patient (i.e. ... That's what patient-centered care really is. It's their story, not ours.
November 2020

All the pretty hospitals

His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
November 2020

On not being a hero

Naturally, the backlash against the hero came to medicine. We practitioners are most familiar with the theories of patient safety, which were born in the 1950s and 60s (from a long ... His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics
November 2020

Dismissing preferences?

Dismissing preferences? At the International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, which I just returned from, there was a discussion continuously coursing beneath the surface and bubbling up every once in a ... His research interests include
November 2020

The youth code

And since he was generally such a motivated and great patient, it wasn't unreasonable for someone to give that a shot. ... push myself to think about the WHY of a patient's position instead of just my own agenda.
November 2020

'You are welcome'

Patient 2: Self-pay (have high-deductible insurance and a health savings account). ... Patient 4: Commercial insurance. Age: 40s. Significant head injury without loss of consciousness.
November 2020

A death well spent

Medications such as nicotine patches, Zyban, Chantix, anti-anxiety agents and antidepressants are more often than not either ineffective or result in intolerable side effects in this type of patient. ... What is remarkable about the patient I am caring
November 2020

Thanks for listening

We knew that the patient had had lung cancer for several months and had failed radiation and chemotherapy. ... The patient and his family understand that it might not work, but they wanted to try it.
November 2020

Paging Dr. Big Brother

Patients who fail to take their medications properly suffer unnecessary complications, raise health care costs and drive their physicians nu...
November 2020

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