The next time you're running late, remember this advice.
Rebekah Bernard MD
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Do you have a million little sticky notes with ‘to-do’ lists scattered around your house and office? Here’s a solution.
By continuously deferring our own physiological needs, physicians harm not only ourselves, but also provide a disserve to our patients.
In my last article, I discussed how doctors can help patients obtain low-cost generic medications by operating an in-house dispensary. One barrier to in-hous
In-house medication dispensing can save patients money and improve medication adherence
A small group of independent physicians challenged a powerful hospital organization, and against all odds, won the day.
Showing empathy improves patient satisfaction, but not every doctor is naturally good at expressing feelings to patients.
Here's what you should do the next time you experience a patient in a strong emotional state.
Doctors can use the psychological techniques of deep listening and emotional validation to help patients feel heard and understood.