For most doctors, medical school was a whirlwind of lectures and incredibly hard tests. We asked them what they took away from the experience.
For most doctors, medical school is a whirlwind of lectures, studying, and incredibly hard tests. Do they remember what they took away most from that experience? We asked physicians this question and here is what they said.To download a PDF of this slideshow click here.Â
Cognitive Biases in HealthcareSeptember 27th 2021
Physicians Practice® spoke with Dr. Nada Elbuluk, practicing dermatologist and director of clinical impact at VisualDx, about how cognitive biases present themselves in care strategies and how the industry can begin to work to overcome these biases.
Addressing patient suicide risks in your practiceMarch 1st 2021
Physicians Practice® spoke with Dr. Anisha Abraham, author of the book "Raising Global Teens: A Practical Handbook for Parenting in the 21st Century", about signs that a patient may be at risk of suicide and self-harm as well as interventions and communication methods physicians can employ in the clinical setting.
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