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When Physicians Relate to Some Patients, but Not All

During a conversation the other day, a classmate of mine shook me out of my afternoon inertia by casually remarking that the most memorable patients he had encountered during his third year medical rotations were the ones who, by virtue of being young, educated, and English-speaking, reminded him of himself.

January 2, 2014 — Samyukta Mullangi
Caring for the Patient When the Patient Doesn’t Care

Caring for the Patient When the Patient Doesn’t Care

In medical school, we learn that our job is to help our patients. This point seems so obvious that we take it for granted; we tell ourselves that this is the purpose served by the endless hours in the library and late nights on the wards.

November 13, 2013 — Allison Bond

Top 9 Causes of Fatigue

House Call Doctor: Quick and Dirty Tips for Taking Charge of Your Health

April 9, 2014 — House Call Doctor Sanaz Majd

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