The New Yorker When Doctors Tell Patients What They Don't Want To Hear
Contributor: Francesca CiminoOctober 4, 2017Topics: / / / / / / / / Keywords: / / /
YouTube Empathy: The Human Connection to Patient Care If you could put your feet into your patient's shoes--see what they see, hear what they hear, and feel what they feel--would you treat them differently?
Contributor: Araina FordSeptember 14, 2017Topics: / / / / / / / Keywords: / / /
NPR Transforming The Doctor's Office To Welcome Transgender Patients Challenges for transgender patients when interacting with medical clinics and how one clinic is transforming itself to be more welcoming and understanding of them
Contributor: chucklesnOctober 11, 2015Topics: / / Keywords: /
50513_2219590487_2204_n Tales of An Amputee Mommy Blog: “Okay, Im talking about sex” Below the knee amputee who keeps a blog of life as a mother and wife following her amputation. This specific post is addressing relearning sex and intimacy following amputation.
Contributor: chucklesnSeptember 20, 2015Topics: / / Keywords: / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /
Annals-IM-LOGO1 Our Family Secrets by Anonymous This essay describes two situations in which physicians' actions go far past inappropriate. While the physicians described are both from a given specialty, inappropriate behaviors occur in all fields of healthcare, even if they are rarely discussed. What may be the most challenging and (and beneficial) part of reading this essay is that it can lead us into a consideration of our own past inappropriate actions .
Contributor: Adam SapersteinAugust 29, 2015Topics: Keywords: / / /