Category: Healthcare

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The Fine Art of Calling a Consult

The Fine Art of Calling a Consult

You are just about to wrap up rounds, your feet hurt, your to-do list is longer than your CVS receipt and your N-95 has kept you from getting in t [...]
Robotic Surgery: The Future of Healthcare

Robotic Surgery: The Future of Healthcare

We received hundreds of submissions for the 2021 BoardVitals Medical School Scholarship. Applicants were asked to answer the question "In what fie [...]
The Future of Anti-Aging Research

The Future of Anti-Aging Research

We received hundreds of submissions for the 2021 BoardVitals Medical School Scholarship. Applicants were asked to answer the question "In what fie [...]
The Trend of Trauma-Informed Care

The Trend of Trauma-Informed Care

We received hundreds of submissions for the 2021 BoardVitals Nursing School Scholarship. Applicants were asked to answer the question "Can you des [...]
The Top 5 Hardest Internal Medicine Board Review Questions

The Top 5 Hardest Internal Medicine Board Review Questions

Passing the Internal Medicine Board Exam is one of the final steps to reaching your goal of becoming an ABIM Board Certified Internal Medicine Phy [...]
Recognizing and Confronting Sexism in Medicine

Recognizing and Confronting Sexism in Medicine

I always knew about the existence of inequality and sexism in medicine (and in society at large), but I still remember when I initially witnessed [...]
50 Best Doctors on Instagram to Follow in 2021

50 Best Doctors on Instagram to Follow in 2021

We dug through Instagram and asked for nominations to come up with a list of Instagram doctors you may not know about but absolutely must follow immed [...]
Mental Illness Among Physicians: Do I Have to Report My Illness?

Mental Illness Among Physicians: Do I Have to Report My Illness?

While the stigma surrounding mental illness is being reduced in many ways, many remain afraid to report their own mental illness honestly. Fear of [...]
Celebrating National Pharmacist Day

Celebrating National Pharmacist Day

January 12 is National Pharmacist Day, when we recognize the contribution that pharmacists have made--and continue to make--to patient care and ou [...]
Pain Management & Opioid CME Requirements by State

Pain Management & Opioid CME Requirements by State

Each state’s medical licensing board has its own set of requirements for medical professionals to maintain their state medical licenses; some stat [...]
Self-Care Tips for Healthcare Workers During COVID-19

Self-Care Tips for Healthcare Workers During COVID-19

A July 2020 Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that 53% of Americans have suffered some mental health issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ho [...]
Doctors on TikTok to Follow in 2021

Doctors on TikTok to Follow in 2021

When it comes to medical information, there may not be a more entertaining way to receive it than through a TikTok video. There are many people cr [...]
What Are Healthcare Workers Thankful for in 2020?

What Are Healthcare Workers Thankful for in 2020?

2020 has been particularly rough for everyone–especially for those working the frontlines in healthcare. As new cases continue to rise, healthcare [...]
22 Best Medical Podcasts to Subscribe to in 2021

22 Best Medical Podcasts to Subscribe to in 2021

Whether you are an aspiring physician or experienced in your specialty, we have no doubt that you are passionate about the medical industry. You k [...]
Talking to Patients About Opioid Addiction

Talking to Patients About Opioid Addiction

The opioid crisis has affected thousands of individuals in the United States. Due to increasing rates of opioid addiction, it is more important th [...]
How Optimal Team Practice Improves Patient Care & Makes the Physician-PA Team More Effective

How Optimal Team Practice Improves Patient Care & Makes the Physician-PA Team More Effective

Optimal Team Practice - sounds like a pretty straightforward, understandable phrase that all of us in healthcare should be able to get behind. Medicin [...]
Implicit Bias and Microaggressions in Medicine

Implicit Bias and Microaggressions in Medicine

Though they practice in different cities and clinical areas, Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford and Dr. Tamika Cross have four things in common. First, amon [...]
3 Steps You Can Take to Provide More Accessible Healthcare  

3 Steps You Can Take to Provide More Accessible Healthcare  

When patients negatively review their U.S. health providers, most cite their clinicians’ poor bedside manner or the front desk staff’s rude custom [...]
Prescribing Food as Medicine to Treat Patients

Prescribing Food as Medicine to Treat Patients

We all know that eating nutritious foods is one important part of living a healthy life. While “let food be thy medicine” is a quote often misattr [...]
Doctors as Patients: What it’s Like on Both Sides

Doctors as Patients: What it’s Like on Both Sides

Two weeks after my ninth birthday, something was very wrong. My body was shedding pounds on my already skinny frame, I was urinating constantly, a [...]
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