Benjamin Frush MD argues in favor of a role that physicians can play in integrating religion into their clinical practice. Rob Poole MB, FRCPsych, contends that physicians should never incorporate a religious element into clinical practice.
A clinician shares his experience with palliative care in cardiology and makes the case for offering palliative care services earlier in pulmonary arterial hypertension.
It is estimated that more than 166 million Americans use dietary supplements and many healthcare providers are unfamiliar with how and whether these substances are regulated by the FDA.
Are dietary supplements necessary?
Curbside consults are commonplace in both hospital and ambulatory settings.
Farris K. Timimi, MD, and Lee Aase from the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network shared their views on the role of social media in physician practice.
Does a hospital’s blame culture — “nonpunitive response to error” according to researchers — influence medical error reporting rates?
Attempting to engage on an intellectual level about the heady concept of brain death while in the throes of bereavement can often lead to mistrust and confusion.
Patients with familial chylomicronemia syndrome who were actively connected were also 3 times as likely to report “high” or “extremely high” motivation in managing their own health.
A clinician examines wearable fitness technology’s effect on weight loss and other markers of health.