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Physician Burnout a Serious Problem


In a country full of aging Boomers, more demand and fewer providers may be leading to a crisis. To avoid burnout, doctors are advised to take time away, to reconnect, and to learn to relax. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest: ‘Sick and Sicker’


Sick and Sicker explores the Canadian health care system and reiterates many of the traditional slams against socialized medicine. Read More »

Book Review: What Doctors Feel by Danielle Ofri

Doctor Danielle Ofri looks at the emotional side of medicine and how it impacts the well being of doctors and patients. Read More »

Book Review: Suzy’s Case by Andy Siegel

To what extent is a hospital willing to go, to hide a mistake that ruins the life of a child? Read More »

The Patient-Doctor Relationship in the Era of Healthcare Reform

Patients must work with their doctors for a healthier more productive lifestyle. Too often, a patient is looking for a “quick fix” and the doctor is limited on time to “fix” the problem. Read More »

Book Review: Into the Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes

Into the Darkest Corner delves into the darkness and savagery of domestic abuse, and the damage and despair it causes. Read More »

DVD Review: Monroe – Series 1

Don't know if its an accurate representation of life in a British hospital, but it sure is good television. Read More »

Book Review: The Tiger’s Wife by Téa Obreht

A young doctor gradually unravels the mystery of her grandfather's death through stories of magical legend. Read More »

Book Review: Writer, M.D.: The Best Contemporary Fiction and Nonfiction by Doctors, Edited by Leah Kaminsky

Writer, M.D. is a depressing and downbeat look at medicine in non-fiction and fiction written by actual physicians. Read More »

TV Review: Nurse Jackie – “Rat Falls”

In the "Rat Falls" episode, Jackie falls deeper into her addiction while battling a rat and the green eyed monster. Read More »