Articles Tagged with “POLICY”

Burnout, the pandemic and other pressures have sent record numbers of health care workers rushing for the exits. What would make them stay?

New digital and hybrid approaches to clinical trials are quickly gaining ground. Are they moving too fast?

More and more, international research partnerships are hamstrung by politics. Sir Peter Gluckman from the International Science Council explains why they must persevere.

Is the current spike in highway deaths connected to more widespread cannabis use? Testing obstacles have stood in the way of knowing for sure. That may soon change.

An architect explores the foibles and potential of modern hospital design, in conjunction with a running exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt museum.

Since its arrival in March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has already passed a dozen “million” milestones. Together, they tell a story that is far from over.

Patients with terminal cancer now have more treatment options. Will that help or hurt?

Patients, legally, now have online access to all their clinical records. But full transparency is still a work in progress.

A global pandemic treaty—a health plan on par with nuclear
and climate deals—is now in the works. Does it stand a chance?

Policymakers call for algorithms in health care to become more transparent. But at what cost?