Letters from Maine

Letters from Maine

The unsteady state

Dr. Wilkoff discusses some criteria for when we can return to “normal” in this pandemic time.

Letters from Maine

Learning about “No”

Dr. Wilkoff muses on how people have lost understanding of the concept of “No.”

Letters from Maine

Returning to competition

Dr. Wilkoff muses on the effect of the pandemic on school sports.

Letters from Maine

Is depression contagious?

Dr. Wilkoff considers depression in the context of nature and nurture.

Letters from Maine

My opus was myopic

Dr. Wilkoff learned over the years that grandparents often are essential to parenting children.

Letters from Maine

Too many patient call messages

Dr. Wilkoff offers three strategies to reduce the number of patient call messages.

Letters from Maine

When you see something ...

Even the fields of science and medicine may generate some bad apples.

Letters from Maine

Are you SARS-CoV-2 vaccine hesitant?

How do you feel about the potential SARS-CoV-2 vaccine? Are you going to roll up your sleeve as soon as the vaccine becomes available in your...

Letters from Maine

COVID-19 bits and pieces

An essay on pediatric transmission of SARS-CoV-2, deep cleaning, and reopening schools and colleges.

Letters from Maine

Got a short attention span?

It turns out that by stumbling into a career in outpatient general pediatrics I found a perfect fit for my truncated attention span.

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