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Doctors take to the streets to learn from patients

by Felice J. Freyer Boston Globe October 24, 2015 Hae Kyung Chung encountered a surprising sight on Boston Common the other day: two guys in white coats, holding notepads, regaling passersby. “We’re collecting stories about health care,” Dr. Aaron Stupple called out to each person walking the diagonal path to the State House. Chung stopped. The […]

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Are You Getting the Health Care You Deserve?

by Frank Lalli Parade Magazine October 30th, 2015 The next time you’re leaving the doctor’s office, ask yourself whom you want to thank for your visit. The receptionist who treated you kindly? The nurse who took a little extra time? The doctor who patiently answered question after question? Or none of the above? “If you […]

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Pharmaphobes, pharmascolds and conflict denialists

by Roger Collier Canadian Medical Association Journal November 17, 2015 Dr. Lisa Rosenbaum expected some backlash. She knew the subject she was writing about was controversial. Heck, the topic itself contains the word “conflict.” And yet, despite this, she was still surprised by the flood of angry responses to her articles. “I’ve written things before and […]

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Writing update: Lown Institute Conference and ACC2015

by John Mandrola, MD March 23, 2015 Dr. John M   Hi all, I have been busy in the last few weeks. Here is an update of my happenings and posts. From March 8-11, I attended and presented at the third annual Lown Institute Conference in San Diego. I have never felt more at home in a […]

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