was a hospitalist in a past life, so he knows all about hospital readmissions. Here are his R&B stylings on the ridiculousness surrounding the issue.
Medical student Justin Dubin
gives an engaging talk on the Socratic paradox and how it applies to medicine. Part of the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Med Talks 2014 series.
A patient undergoing a colonoscopy pressed "record" on his smartphone before being sedated, hoping to capture instructions from his physicians after the procedure. What he heard instead was shocking
: "In addition to their vicious commentary, the doctors discussed avoiding the man after the colonoscopy, instructing an assistant to lie to him, and then placed a false diagnosis on his chart."
The incident cost his anesthesiologist $500,000 in the ensuing malpractice and defamation ...Read more...
Want to learn about sepsis? This video from the residents at UCLA-Kern Medical Center teaches you, Justin Timberlake style.
Get your sepsy on!
with a Katy Perry-inspired take on sleep apnea. CPAP users rejoice! For those without sleep apnea, watch and you'll something too.
Can you imagine a world without health care? This video shows you. Courtesy of the U.K.-based Save the Children
is a medical student who gave this fantastic talk about appreciating the present moment, and asking what more you can do. Both physicians and medical students can learn from this engaging talk.
Did you know that Peter Yarrow, of Peter, Paul & Mary, sang the Colonoscopy Song? You do now, and here it is.
A new series by the physicians over at Health Sketch
explain what a stroke is and its symptoms. A nice explanation, presented in visual, easy to understand terms.
Ever wonder what patients think of when you see them in the hospital? Here's the answer, in this powerful video from the Cleveland Clinic.