Medicine and the meritocracy
The combination of both individual and organizational commitment to change systemic bias in medicine can be quite powerful.
Hospital medicine, it’s time to vote
Hospitalists are in a perfect position to have an educated and influential say in future health care issues.
COVID-19 and the superspreaders: Teens
Director of adolescent medicine at Children’s Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Margaret Thew shares her experience with teen behavior regarding COVID-19....
2020 has been quite a year
Hospitalists have been incredibly resilient and innovative since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the United States.
Physicians, make a plan to vote
By voting, we as physicians are helping to address the social determinants of health in our communities.
Social media and health information: Empowering or misleading?
Health care providers often take a conflicted stand on the use of social media by patients.
The path to leadership
Many hospitalists shy away from leadership roles, but the key is to start, even if you don’t feel ready.
2020-2021 respiratory viral season: Onset, presentations, and testing likely to differ in pandemic
Expect variations on the traditional parade of seasonal respiratory viruses, with increased numbers of coinfections.
COVID-19 and the psychological side effects of PPE
If health care workers cannot tolerate PPE, use desensitization- and anxiety-reducing techniques to help them. said Dr. Elspeth Cameron Ritchie....
That many patients fervently believe conspiracy theories poses several problems for us.