David Friedman, MD, FACC, FACP
Are Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Healthy Enough to be President?
Will our next president be medically fit? And how much is the public entitled to know about candidatesâ€™ personal health?
Sanjey Gupta, MD
Manuel Delgado, 9/11 Paramedic and Survivor, Reflects 15 Years Later
On 9/11/01 Manuel Delgado was a paramedic caring for patients at the base of the south tower. Delgado shares his first hand account of the attack on the building, patient care, survival, and the implications of events of the day on paramedic practice in New York City.
Laura H. Kahn, MD, MPH, MPP
One Health: New term, Ancient Concept
How the 9/11 terrorist attacks encouraged the evolution of The One Health Initiative and what that means for the future of medicine.
Ryan Gray, MD
The 10 Worst Things Patients Can Say to Physicians
Most patients are well-meaning and generally nice. But every now and then, you will get one who is a total pain to deal with. Maybe your patient lies to you, gets sarcastic, asks for special â€œfavors,â€ or generally just pushes your buttons. Weâ€™ve all been there.
Ryan Gray, MD
7 Tips for Handling an Angry Patient
It is frustrating, to say the least, when your patients take their frustrations out on you. And, as if having to deal with an angry patient isnâ€™t bad enough, providers now have to worry about the threat of legal action more than ever before.
Kevin R. Campbell, MD
Avoiding Burnout in Medicine: Tips For Success
The practice of medicine has become increasingly stressful for all levels of healthcare providers.
Clark Gaither, MD
Doctors Who Suffer from Burnout Are Just Wimps
The hallmarks of professional job-related burnout (JRB) are emotional exhaustion, depersonalization (cynicism), and a lack of a sense of personal accomplishment (inefficacy). The development of these feelings is the end of a process, and over time can break down the sturdiest among us.
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