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Ethics What's Torture Good For? Absolutely Nothing

What's Torture Good For? Absolutely Nothing

Torture has always had its place as a two-faced mythical creature in American society, but no neuroscientific backing for the practice exists.

Lifestyle Examining the Crisis of Physician Suicides: Then and Now

Examining the Crisis of Physician Suicides: Then and Now

Since Gerry FitzGerald's suicide 80 years ago, physician suicide has become a staggering public health crisis that's gone largely ignored.

Ethics When Hard Cases Make Bad Law: Evidence-Based Recommendations vs Legal Precedence for Resuscitation of Premature Infants

When Hard Cases Make Bad Law: Evidence-Based Recommendations vs Legal Precedence for Resuscitation of Premature Infants

The decision to resuscitate an extremely premature newborn is governed by a patchwork of state-level laws that are not necessarily grounded in evidence-based medicine.

Medicine Sexual Harassment: Psychological Effects of a Shifting Public Perspective

Sexual Harassment: Psychological Effects of a Shifting Public Perspective

An expert discusses how the shifting public view of sexual harassment is affecting the nation.

Lifestyle Expert Opinion: Preventing Compassion Fatigue and Physician Burnout

Expert Opinion: Preventing Compassion Fatigue and Physician Burnout

Compassion fatigue affects workers across the spectrum of helping professions, and is extremely prevalent among physicians.

Medicine Priorities for Telehealth Research: Changing the Physician-Patient Relationship

Priorities for Telehealth Research: Changing the Physician-Patient Relationship

Additional studies are needed to assess the use of telehealth in urgent and primary care triage, teledermatology, and the management of serious pediatric conditions.

Tech Talk Improving Patient Encounters While Balancing EHR Tasks

Improving Patient Encounters While Balancing EHR Tasks

Research suggests that the growing number of tasks required by EHRs can compromise patient encounters.

Medicine The Quest for a Universal Influenza Vaccine

The Quest for a Universal Influenza Vaccine

Researchers from NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases aimed to develop a universal influenza vaccine that would confer better and longer-lasting protection against the influenza virus.

Ethics A New Code of Ethics for Clinical Trial Research in the 21st Century

A New Code of Ethics for Clinical Trial Research in the 21st Century

Recent revisions to the Common Rule deal largely with improving transparency of informed consent while introducing a new concept of "broad consent" that can expand the reach of research.

Business Balancing Sustainability and Access to Care in Concierge Medicine

Balancing Sustainability and Access to Care in Concierge Medicine

One of the major pitfalls of concierge medicine is that physicians must limit their practice to guarantee the accessibility offered by the model in exchange for the retainer.

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