Doctors are advised to disclose their mistakes, disclose their relationships with industry, but now, apparently, disclose nothing about themselves.
A Medscape Roundtable with Nicholas Genes MD, PhD; Robert M. Centor, MD; Robert W. Donnell, MD
…as institutions of higher learning, today’s medical schools are strangely steeped in tradition.
From wearing white coats to “scutting out” third-years, medical students in the post-Flexner world still spend a large part of their day engaged in ritualized practices, solely because that’s what their mentors learned.
The real trend is Evidence-Based Medicine, not Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Sooner or later, everyone who works in a hospital wonders about the folks at the top: the perks, the salaries, what gets said at those meetings and lunches.
At one of the most prestigious teaching hospitals in the United States, the chief executive officer (CEO) has lifted the veil from his activities.
What’s ultimately driving the special care of VIP patients: We don’t think their lives count for more, but we worry that their opinions do.
What works best for sleep-deprived residents is what often works best for other stressed-out, busy professionals…
…A few minutes creates hours of impact. Our studies of physician eating habits show that the top predictors of physician obesity are stress at home and stress at the office.
Nicholas Genes interviews Dr. John La Puma.