As opioid overprescribing is a key contributor to the current opioid crisis, implementing appropriate prescribing strategies in medical education may prepare future physicians to appropriately and ethically prescribe opioids.
A call to action suggests cancer care should include interventions that help patients change how they think of their cancer and its treatment course.
Patients with cancer will eventually have to cope with unique feelings of loss. The loss of their future life plans. Fernweh, a German that means farsickness, may explain those feelings.
Gratitude may be a valuable tool that helps clinicians to develop “moral clarity” by improving the quality of their thought processes.
Benjamin Frush MD, a resident in internal medicine-pediatrics at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, 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.
Predictive analytics could improve care, but also compromise a physician’s ability to act in a patient’s best interest
However, across medicine, pharmacy, and nursing, providers need more information
Health care professionals have the right to protect themselves from unjust discrimination, but doing so should not interfere with their professional commitments to promote patient’s access to care, even when patients exhibit objectionable behavior.
Inadequate technology can be barriers to physicians fulfilling their continuing medical education obligation.
Manual focuses on patient-physician relationship in different scenarios, including telemedicine