Brianna Stewart: “Wonder”

Artist Statement: I once had a patient who would only ask me questions about her condition and the course of her treatment. I wasn’t the student following her case, but she would pull me aside after we rounded on her to ask me to come back when I had time. She claimed that I [...]

Health Equity Starts With Us

By Gauri K. Shevatekar, MBBS, MPH, CHES - With the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, as we witness its disproportionate impact on minority populations, the spotlight is back on the inequities in health and health outcomes. Undoubtedly, health equity is at the center of discussions, especially among the health care providers and [...]

2022-03-25T10:40:04-05:00March 25th, 2022|Categories: Family Medicine News & Views|Tags: |

What We Look for in Potential Residents

By Aaron Costerisan, MD - The residency academic year has its cycles and rhythms. Recruitment of new residents is more or less an ongoing effort, but it is escalating now toward its peak during interview season, which typically starts in October. I say “typically” with pre-pandemic recruitment seasons in mind. [...]

2021-08-23T16:49:09-05:00August 23rd, 2021|Categories: Family Medicine News & Views|
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