Medical guidelines aim to encourage best practices, but these physician bloggers argue that guidelines shouldn’t determine treatment.
Three physician bloggers consider where social media and medicine meet.
Three physician bloggers discuss how to treat patients with imagined ailments.
Three physician bloggers bemoan—and cope with—administrative headaches that impede caregiving.
The world of medical apps is still imperfect, these physician-bloggers say.
Medical bloggers discuss how smartphones and iPads will change the way they practice medicine.
The aftermath of the January 12 earthquake in Haiti had these medical bloggers pondering everything from the quiet courage of patients to wider issues in health care.
Despite high patient demand, doctor bloggers argue that complementary alternative medicine may provide more harm than help.
Caring for patients is what registered nurses signed up to do, not dealing with patients’ inconsiderate families, defensive colleagues and red tape, as these nurse bloggers explain.
Medical bloggers discuss their fears and worries.
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