Things Every Hospital Patient Needs To Know
JAMA Article On Morality In Medicine I’m for any professional literature that quotes Carl Sandburg’s poetry.
That is my University’s motto: “Not unmindful of the future”. Irony thrives in the unspoken – we study and respect our history (the good and the bad). But looking back with a clear eye is important to being able to see the road ahead more clearly. As car manufacturers wisely warn us, objects in the […]
Motion practice is underrated. In particular, my practice is made up of a small number of high value cases that tend to end up before the assigned judges on a relatively regular basis. Issues are often hotly contested and each hearing is like a small skirmish or battle in a larger fight for control of […]
FDA’s Response to Opioid Crisis? More Meds for Big Pharma.
I come from down in the valley Where mister when you’re young They bring you up to do like your daddy done Bruce Springsteen, The River Last week, I told the story about the trip I took on a raft down the Grand Canyon with my Dad. You can find it here. It wasn’t our first time […]
The Institute of Medicine reports that 30% of medical expenses are due to “waste”. Harvard Health Affairs Study on the “Choosing Wisely” Campaign
The growing problem of caring for Alzheimer’s patients. Facts and Resources on Alzheimers from the CDC
Benjamin Goldacre discusses publication bias in medical studies on the AllTrials site. In testimony to Parliament, transparency stressed.
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