Volume 37, Issue 4
This article discusses the importance of finding the problem to be solved and then applying the proper solution.
This article presents the potential adverse events that climate change may have on our patients and offers suggestions of things that physicians can do to ameliorate these predicted events.
This article offers doctors and practice administrators seven evidence- based, concrete tips for building an antiracist medical practice.
This article provides evidence that reading books offers numerous benefits, both to the employee and the employer, and it offers guidance on how to start and run an employee book group.
As an administrator or physician, you can improve the effectiveness of your management team by creating your own list of basic rules (and sticking to them).
This article reports on how online commenting has gone awry and offers guidance to posting constructive comments on medical websites.
This article shares 10 lessons derived from the study of leadership culture, including leadership culture in medical groups, using a proprietary leadership culture evaluation tool.
The Impact of COVID-19 on Completion of Advance Directives in Healthcare Workers in the United States
This article shares study results examining the impact of COVID-19 on completion of advance directives in healthcare workers in the United States.
Medical Malpractice: An Introduction to Tort Law Part II: The Four Elements: Duty, Breach of Duty, Causation, and Damages
Part II of this four part series continues with an examination of the four elements that underlie any malpractice action: duty; breach of duty; causation; and damages.