We recently spoke with Robert S. Brown, MD, FACP, associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and attending nephrologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. ... As physicians, we frequently encounter the gray zone of medicine
Hartzband co-directs the internal medicine subinternship program. It is reasonable for a physician to accept a diagnosis of IBS when it is provided directly by the patient as part of ... Academic Emergency Medicine. 2002 Vol. 9.) Using this strategy, the
Dr. Gilson has a special interest in mental health, and three days before he saw this patient, he had led a focus group on suicide prevention in primary care medicine. ... Hartzband co-directs the internal medicine subinternship program.
Seeking what does not fit, rearranging the pieces into a different picture, takes time and effort, but is both the challenge and joy of clinical medicine. ... Hartzband co-directs the internal medicine subinternship program.
And, the latest installment of Mindful Medicine by Jerome Groopman, FACP, and Pamela Hartzband, FACP, examines how physicians can avoid a type of decision-making called “representativeness error” when faced with ... If you have a suggestion for an
Despite many scientific advances, much of medicine still exists within a gray zone. ... Indeed, the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies places informed patient choice at the pinnacle of quality medical care.
Our latest installment of Mindful Medicine, written by Jerome Groopman, FACP, and Pamela Hartzband, FACP, examines an interesting case of attribution error resulting from a positive stereotype. ... If you have a case to suggest for future Mindful
Hartzband co-directs the internal medicine subinternship program.
Also in this issue, our latest Mindful Medicine column, Jerome Groopman, FACP, and Pamela Hartzband, FACP, focus on the potential consequences of an uncertain diagnosis in this case, metastatic cancer that ... We're always looking for more cases to
We feature the latest installment of Mindful Medicine, which uses reader-submitted cases to illuminate the art of diagnosis. ... As always, we enjoy hearing from you. Please send your comments and questions, and your ideas for future Mindful Medicine