This version of "My Shot" was written and recorded by an anesthesiologist, Bryan Tischenkel, MD, to raise awareness for the COVID-19 vaccine. He wanted to show the public the confidence with which many health care workers are receiving their vaccinations daily.
We all believe in the science behind vaccination. Each patient should speak to their physician about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Vax’n 8, a group of physicians from Northern California working in a variety of specialties in medicine, are proud to present “My Shot!”, a song adapted from the hit Broadway show Hamilton.
“My Shot” addresses the social, scientific, and political issues currently affecting the decision to receive the vaccine against the virus SARS-CoV-2, or COVID-19.
While we completely respect everyone’s freedom of choice, we as a group of physicians support ...Read more...
"Words Kill" is a brilliant song about the perils of texting and driving. Spread the message.
Courtesy of The Fever Breakers
, a band made up of hospital employees. Their socially conscious songs are crafted in the basement of the hospital using a piano used for cancer patient music therapy and subsequently recorded in a studio.
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Illustrated by Jorge Muniz and music by Neil Bobenhouse.
Image credit: Medcomic.com
Children surprise their doctors by dressing up just like them to say thank you for the incredible work they do each day.
Happy Doctors' Day, courtesy of Children's Health
Congratulations to ZDoggMD's latest, One Sikh
, an ode to all the immigrant clinicians who care for our most vulnerable patients.
A warning about examining your friend's medical condition. Brad Nieder is a physician and comedian and can be reached at the Healthy Humorist
"Low-Key MS3" from medical students at the Howard University College of Medicine.
"Study Crew" from first-year medical students at the Howard University College of Medicine.
Amazon has finally done it.
What we've long expected to be coming -- their debut into the world of health -- is now official. But what this means for the future of health care reaches far beyond new insurance models and fee structures.
It's going to involve Amazon Echo, and Alexa, and artificial intelligence, and maybe a few drones, too.
Do you have your own prediction about what Amazon's announcement means ...Read more...