NYT A Deadly Deployment, a Navy SEAL's Despair SEAL Team 4 Cmdr. Job Price struggled with the indescribable difficulties of war, leading to his reported suicide just weeks before the end of his deployment.
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NYT Murderer in the Mirror Surgeon Scott Eggener recalls the devastation of the first time a patient dies on his operating table.
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Button Poetry Deceit & I RJ Walker performs this emotion-provoking poem about the large role that deceit undeniably plays in our lives and careers as a tool to save others from pain.
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New York Times Murderer in the Mirror by Scott Eggener A surgeon recalls the devastation of the first time a patient died on the operating table.
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New York Times Getting Grief Right by Patrick O'Malley Common knowledge is that people go through stages of grief - progressing from one to the next. Not only is this an oversimplification, but providers' assumption that this is how grief "should" be processed may cause our patients harm.
Contributor: Adam SapersteinJune 10, 2015Topics: / / / Keywords: / / / /
TED Listening to Shame by Dr. Brené Brown In this engaging TED talk, Brene Brown discuss the unspoken and destructive epidemic of shame. She explores what happens when people confront their shame head-on.
Contributor: Rebecca Chason, MDJune 4, 2015Topics: Keywords: /
The Journal of the American Medical Association Filling the Void by Dr. Peter Vash (NOTE: JAMA login required) In this short article, Dr. Vash provides us with the story of a young woman with obesity and her underlying struggles, which he only learn through compassionate long-term patient-physician relationship, ultimately leading to physical and mental healing.
Contributor: Rebecca Chason, MDJune 4, 2015Topics: Keywords: /