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It is often easier to ignore the rule about having a qualified medical interpreter in the room for non-English speaking patients. What do you do?

This family physician would never have believed she'd feel compassion for a murderer. But then, she had a patient who was one.

One clinician's encounter with kindness at the department of motor vehicles was just the Rx for burnout that day.

There is no nice straight line between use of prescription opioids and heroin addiction; in fact, the connections aren't really clear at all.

At TEDMED, medicine's version of TEDTalks, Dr Pam Wible talks in earnest about physician suicide--and how to stop it.

A physician says she has lied on job applications about treatment for postpartum depression. Is that really necessary?

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A pain management specialist reviews the strengths and points out the weaknesses in the proposed recommendations.

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