Author | Jeff Bendix

Articles

Fanning the flames: the impact of COVID-19 on physician burnout

July 12, 2020

Article

Burnout was bad before the pandemic. COVID is likely to make the problem worse.

Overcoming racial biases in patient care

July 07, 2020

Article

Because the majority of physicians are white and male, the unconscious assumptions they may hold about patients who are neither white nor male can lead to inappropriate treatment decisions, and on a larger scale, worsen disparities in health outcomes.

Why gun violence is a public health problem

April 10, 2018

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ACP’s president, Jack Ende, outlines the organization’s stance not against guns, but rather firearm violence

Why healthcare needs to intervene in the opioid crisis

March 28, 2018

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We spoke with ChangeMaker John Hsu, MD, a Whittier, California-based anesthesiologist, on the need to intervene in the opioid crisis.

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