These 3 dimensions of cohesion will help to improve your workplace dynamic by fostering good teamwork, increasing productivity, and achieving greater success.
Margaret (Maggi) Cary and Jack Penner reconstruct how they have worked together to help Penner become the good doctor he wants to be.
Despite a 44% decline in global maternal mortality since 1990, the rate of women dying from complications during and after pregnancy or childbirth is rising in the U.S.
The measurement of physician burnout is becoming more common, but the burnout survey industry is missing a critical point—surveys don't help burned-out docs get better.
A physician who has struggled with a life-long addiction to over-eating and obesity, asks other docs to join him in a resolution for the New Year: Empathize with the obese.
The Prevention Institute responds to the news that PEOTUS Trump may form a commission to investigate alleged links between vaccines and autism.
Tapping into the power of mornings, a time of day when there are fewer demands, is a key physician entrepreneurs use to increasing their productivity.
Clinicians must recognize when mental illness and substance abuse occur together in order to offer more effective treatment.
A paper by Lindsay E. Nicolle of the University of Manitoba provides a definitive rejection of the cranberry-UTI myth. Dov Michaeli explains why.
Physicians fail to diagnose accurately for many reasons including biases and premature closure of the decision-making process.
Physician coach Maggi Cary and medical student Jack Penner describe how coaching helps him to become the type person and future clinician he wants to be.
MACRA has been finalized and will affect all providers that care for at least 100 Medicare patients or bill more than $30,000 a year. Here are 7 facts to know about MACRA.
After getting out of prison, many inmates fail to be signed up for health insurance and are unable to get the medications they need. The result is often a return of symptoms and a trip back to jail.