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June 20th, 2017

Mending Broken Hearts: A Profile of a Heart Surgeon

“Resilience makes space for feelings. It’s different from depersonalization—something that we see in medicine today. The depersonalized response to tragedy is ‘too bad, so sad, get on with it.’ Depersonalized physicians believe feelings are too risky and painful, so they can’t imagine that feelings exist in others.”—Ross Ungerleider, MD Ross Ungerleider, pediatric cardiothoracic surgeon at Driscoll […]


October 15th, 2015

Introducing In Practice

Reflections from nurse practitioners and physician assistants on the front lines of clinical medicine NEJM Journal Watch is excited to announce the launch of In Practice — a new blog written by a team of nurse practitioners and physician assistants who will share their experiences both inside and outside the clinic. Their specialties run the gamut: […]


NP/PA Bloggers

NP/PA Bloggers

Elizabeth Donahue, RN, MSN, NP‑C
Alexandra Godfrey, BSc PT, MS PA‑C
Emily F. Moore, RN, MSN, CPNP‑PC, CCRN
Harrison Reed, PA‑C

Advanced practice clinicians treating patients in a variety of settings and specialties

Learn more about In Practice: Reflections from NPs and PAs.