Psychological distress at 3 months after stroke may predict subjective cognitive complaints (SCC) at 12 months after the acute event.
In a cohort of osteopathic medical students in the Midwestern United States, burnout was predicted by high stress, poor sleep quality, and excessive smartphone use.
Compared with standard care alone, outpatient palliative care is associated with benefits among patients with Parkinson disease and related disorders.
Students become less empathic toward patients throughout medical school.
Online direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical companies can give rise to distinct ethical challenges including potential conflicts of interest for prescribing physicians.
A new study demonstrates the efficacy of a structured physician compensation model in achieving equitable pay for all employees, although the underrepresentation of women in leadership positions and the higher-paying specialties warrants further investigation.
Altering the default settings in the electronic medical record can influence the quantity of opioids prescribed in an emergency department setting.
Cross-sectional study data published in the New England Journal of Medicine indicate that discrimination, abuse, and harassment are highly prevalent in surgical residency training, especially in female residents.
A small proportion of providers account for almost half of all opioid doses and about one-quarter of opioid prescriptions.
Using μ-opioid imaging outcomes, researchers examined differences in BPND; [11C]carfentanil among healthy adults identifying as non-Hispanic black and non-Hispanic white.