A presentation on gender, femininity, and leadership in medicine recently caused a stir among the nurses on my staff.
Policy and Industry
A service-learning project created by Socially Responsible Surgery highlights the advantages of integrating hands-on experience with social determinants of health into medical education.
Decades after the failed War on Drugs was declared, policies for significant, systemic change remain slow to materialize.
The definition of what it means to be professional and a leader in medicine is still rooted in classically masculine traits. That needs to change.
A new report from the Grayken Center for Addiction and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement collects evidence-based strategies to help hospitals fight the opioid epidemic.