Doctor Patient Communication
We aren't here to judge -- and we have seen and heard worse, I promise. Please, tell the truth. I can't take care of your child (or you) if you don't.
Although the CDC can be commended for its efforts to contain Ebola here and abroad, the effort could be improved if changes to the health and risk communication were made.
The #1 Killer and a #1 Star: What James Gandolfini's Death and Multiple Celebrity Tragedies Tell Us to Do Now
• Do exercise daily, and keep a diary of how well you are doing. Enlist the help of your family or friends (even your physician
You're distracted and perhaps a little surprised at the open expression of thanks. You say something like, "You're welcome
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series we take a look at doctor burnout and how doctors can use mindfulness to prevent it.
"Burnout negatively affects quality of care with profound personal implications, including suicidal ideation," the study's
Many people are demanding better oversight of drug manufacturers in the wake of the recent fungal meningitis outbreak. But few people are asking an even more important question: Why were these patients getting questionable -- and mostly unnecessary -- steroid injections in the first place?
Has this ever happened to you? You are at an appointment with your doctor. She asks you for something, say, the dosage of your cholesterol medication or the results of your recent blood draw you had. You think to yourself, shoot, if only I brought that with me!