Letters from Maine

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.

Commentary

Behind the mask

The ship may have already sailed on our best opportunity to achieve community compliance on face masks....

Letters from Maine

School daze

How do you feel about schools opening this fall in your community?

Commentary

The grocery store hug

I meet folks in the grocery store with whom I share a special affection and that magnetic spark still leaps between our eyes, just visible over...

Letters from Maine

On being nonessential

We and the immunizations we provide are being taken for granted.

Commentary

Is HIPAA critical?

The pandemic has thrown us into a situation where common sense demands that HIPAA be interpreted with an...

Letters from Maine

Tool-less but not clueless

When I was practicing pediatrics, I could never really warm up to the screening tools that were being touted as must-haves for detecting...

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