Interesting essay in the New York Times today. Lauren Waldron, A budding pediatric neurologist discloses elements of her journey as a survivor of early stroke. Lots of interesting ... Continue Reading about The Patient-Physician | A Doctor Who Was Once a Patient
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It isn’t often that we see a pediatrician celebrated as the Google Doodle. Today Google celebrates Dr. Virginia Apgar. Dr. Virginia Apgar came into this world on June 7, 1909. 109 ... Continue Reading about Virginia Apgar Achieves Google Doodle Fame
When it comes to health and technology, language matters. Chrissy Farr of CNBC during WWDC: ”Quick note that it’s 2 hours in and Apple has not used the term “digital health.” ... Continue Reading about Caretech as the new Digital Health
If you pay attention to medical Twitter you’ll notice the creeping emergence long threads and clustered Tweets over the past few months. It’s long-form Twitter. This was evident ... Continue Reading about Long-Form Twitter and the Physician Conversation
Here’s a doctor sued for medical malpractice that allegedly occurred while making intraoperative rap videos. Perhaps performing abdominoplasty as a dermatologist had something to ... Continue Reading about Rapping Doctor Shares a Valuable Lesson
Dr. Brian Goldman of entered The Exam Room recently to discuss his new book, The Power of Kindness, Why Empathy is Essential in Everyday Life. Dr. Goldman is an ER physician and ... Continue Reading about The Power of Kindness: 4 Reasons to Read the Book
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