Analiz Rodriguez, MD, a neurosurgeon in Arkansas, recounts her experience with misogynoir during her residency training and the toll it took on her as a Black woman.
The American College of Cardiology has issued a policy statement regarding civility, inclusion, and respect in the cardiovascular workplace.
Glaucoma experts Mildred Olivier, MD, and Ying Han, MD, provide guidance for improving in-office instructions.
Patients rated female doctors more on their interpersonal skills and not much on their technical competence, a study found.
The Strategy focuses on 2 main drivers of the opioid epidemic: drug trafficking and untreated addiction.
Researchers assessed whether early treatment with hydroxychloroquine decreases the risk for hospitalization among patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 infection.
The Agency is currently seeking public comment on this potential modification to the existing Opioid Analgesic Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy.
Graham M. Snyder, MD, MS, provides further insight into a study that evaluated the effects of an early return-to-work program that reduced the quarantine period for clinicians who remained asymptomatic after exposure to COVID-19.
The guidance aims to ensure that the data submitted to the Agency adequately represent the patients that will use the medical products.
Dr Seppo T. Rinne, lead author of a September 2021 study on burnout among critical care providers, discusses the pandemic, systemic causes of burnout, and what can be done.
A study examined if early outpatient follow-up via telemedicine reduces 30-day readmission in patients with heart failure as effectively as in-person follow-up.
Although cases fell during the early weeks of COVID-19, the proportions of some presentations increased.
Researchers say a social distancing measure may have permanent applications.
Visits were shorter when the clinician’s responses explicitly focused on the patient’s affect.
Corinne T. Feldman, MMS, PA-C, discusses using narrative medicine and the act of reflective writing to help her process her experiences as a street medicine provider.
Margareth Pierre-Louis, MD, MBA, spoke with us about patients’ expectations of convenient, on-demand care and how it will determine who survives in the digital health care environment.
Showing employees appreciation for their efforts is particularly important to engender their loyalty.
It is critical for psychiatrists to understand the most common causes of malpractice, how to proceed if they are sued, and how to prevent lawsuits.
COVID-19 has further fueled widespread burnout among pulmonologists. David Hill, MD, an American Lung Association medical spokesperson, offers perspective.
Breaches involving user names and passwords soared 450% in 2020, the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, compared with 2019, according to the ForgeRock 2021 Consumer Identity Breach Report.