The Optimized Doctor
I grew up in New England where Forsythia bushes flower this time of year – a most welcome sign that the winter’s worst was over.
For the seventh straight year, the Main Residency Match experienced record growth, with more spots for residency programs and a higher number of...
Fewer positions were filled by U.S. allopathic seniors as osteopathic applicants set a new record.
And why Goliath had trouble finding a helmet that fit.
“Anonymous websites, by their very nature, tend to attract nastiness since the writers can’t be held accountable. As a result, many of them have...
Working fewer hours. That’s one way to stop physician burnout. But Dr. Griffin Myers at Oak Street Health asks for more from his physicians.
And why nanotechnology urine doesn’t make you a superhero.
LONDON – A group of prominent female physicians and thought-leaders discuss cultural changes needed to address gender inequality in science and...
What’s your personal ethos? Make sure that the job you do and the activities you perform tie into your ethos as much and as often as possible.
More on the network and movement that is 500 Women in Medicine
And why Rocky the flying squirrel leaves a pink trail across the sky.