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Which would be bad since sometimes I might be the only “cousin” or family that patient has. ... At the very end of that clinic visit that patient told me about her grandchildren.
May 2022

Helping clinicians improve care for sexual, gender minorities

exam most comfortable, and be ready to stop the exam immediately, if requested by the patient. ... If the patient is not comfortable sharing that he has engaged in anal intercourse, for example, then the provider won't screen for rectal sexually
April 2015


Yeah, doc,” the patient said. ”It's not something normal, that's for sure.”. ... In a strange way, this patient, by calling me and letting me know how much I've done, did something heroic for me.
May 2022

The gospel

I was told one thing. That your aortic heart valve was narrow and tight and that, just maybe, one day very soon you would need that valve re...
May 2022

Prevention paradox

I feel strongly that a clinician's primary responsibility is to the patient in front of him, not to the population as a whole, so I don't see an easy
May 2022


My patient, minding her own business and moving slowly through the aisles of a store. ... So, a few years after I came to Atlanta, I called Zoo Atlanta on behalf of a patient of mine.
May 2022

Busting COVID-19 vaccination myths

Jain, who is an assistant professor of medicine and the director of communication strategies in medicine at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago. ... Of his practice's 850-patient panel, Dr. Cifu estimated that only about 10 patients
November 2021

Health numeracy

There is a growing awareness of the importance of health literacy, the extent to which patients and their families are able to understand wo...
May 2022

Patients and prayer amid medical practice

Fleming. Some cultures may have mores and languages that may affect communication and ultimately physician-patient interaction. ... setting I haven't been thoughtful in how to deal with the patient.”.
October 2012

Medical conspiracism

Dr. Schumann is a general internist. His blog, GlassHospital, seeks to bring transparency to medical practice and to improve the patient experience.
May 2022

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