Resident & Student Health
At risk for depression in medical school? Know the key factors
Individual, demographic and school-related factors are linked to a higher risk of developing depression in medical school.
Global health programs in medical school: Who benefits?
A quarter of medical students are drawn to international education experiences to develop cultural sensitivity and clinical skills. But who is best served by these trips?
How Netflix-style plans could solve drug-spending dilemmas
States are locked in a zero-sum budget game when it comes to breakthrough medical treatments. Subscription drug pricing can help.
Telehealth is booming, but who are the power users?
Telehealth has become an important source of service for health conditions of all kinds. Find out who is using telehealth services the most.
A patient asks to pray with you: How to respond
It's not uncommon for patients to ask a doctor to pray with them. Here's what you need to know to give a compassionate response.
Why putting prices in EHRs will help doctors keep costs in check
Including prescription-drug prices in electronic health records would improve transparency while simultaneously strengthening the patient-doctor bond.
Revealing the ripples of burnout
After years of leading efforts to understand the magnitude of the burnout epidemic, researchers Lotte N. Dyrbye, MD, MHPE, and Colin P. West, MD, PhD, look to the next challenge: quantifying the impact of solutions.
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