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These days, it’s hard to have a “closed book” examination. The information is everywhere — on your computer, your phone, your tablet — whatever screen happens to be glowing in front of you. “In the age of the internet, why be wrong?” is something my son used to say as we sat at the dinner table, grappling […]
Notes from chief residents in family and internal medicine.
The Storm Is Coming • June 30, 2015
The tempest approaches. July the First. The interns approach the edge of their protected nests and prepare to jump into the whirlwind of senior-hood. The responsibility of managing a team weighs them down like the gravitational force, pulling them toward the unforgiving earth. They will flap their little wings and flex their intellectual muscles frantically […]
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Clinical Conversation 177: Can We Deliver NICEly? • June 22, 2015
Neel Shah wrote a Perspective essay in the New England Journal of Medicine earlier this month on the U.K.’s NICE recommendation that encourages wider acceptance of home delivery and midwifery. The question is, could it work in the U.S.? For the audio-oriented Clin Con audience we’ve adapted a video conversation that took place on Medstro (https://medstro.com/groups/nejm-group-open-forum/discussions/112). […]