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A Funeral for a Neurologist
A neurologist’s funeral took place this year. His life, experiences, role in their development, and work as a doctor and community member were all discussed by family members. A person’s life is woven together like a tapestry by their experiences, which include success and failure, relationships with others, and other woven connections to the essential experience of life.
Neurology November 14th 2022
Real Talk: I Quit Medicine and Regretted It
What is missing for Dr. Kristen Fuller now? Preserving life. Teaching sufferers and their families about chronic illness. Assisting individuals in changing their lifestyles to lead healthier lives. Observing patients make a full recovery from severe illness. The instinctive knowledge that she was making the world a better place. What doesn’t she miss? The way society views doctors, extreme stress, burnout, sleepless nights, emotional toll, and administrative work.
All Specialties November 14th 2022
3 Mind-Blowing Books About Psychedelics Treatment that Every Doctor Should Read
This article provides a brief review of three important books on the thinking and experience around psychedelics in medicine: The Promise of Psychedelics, by Peter Silverstone, MD; Psychedelic Medicine, by Richard Louis Miller, MA, PhD; How to Change Your Mind, by Michael Pollan.
Psychiatry November 8th 2022
10 Scariest Doctors in TV and Movies
Dr. Steven Schlozman, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, conducted research on the impact of horror films and found that those who enjoy them are the most terrified. It must be particularly difficult to turn away from a truly terrifying doctor on TV if fear is something that people naturally find to be a little exhilarating. Thankfully, these scary clinicians beloved by fans are fictional and entertaining to watch — of course, with your eyes covered.
All Specialties October 31st 2022
Workplace Mistreatment of Physicians is on the Rise
Nearly one-fourth of doctors say they have been subjected to verbal, physical, or sexual harassment at work, with patients and visitors being the most frequent agitators. Organizations must take action to safeguard physicians’ wellbeing since mistreatment has negative effects on patients’ health.
All Specialties August 22nd 2022