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A Physician’s Musings on Life, Death, and Everything in Between.
Haider Warraich M.D.
Shared decision making is all the rage in medicine, with several recent studies espousing its benefits. But how ready, willing and able are patients to take on that role?
Medical training has become more humane but no one knows if that is actually good for patient care or not.
A million Americans lose their doctors to suicide. How can we mitigate this silent epidemic?
Can millennials carry the weight of healthcare without falling by the wayside, worn-out and weary?
Modern healthcare can come with a dizzying array of options, many of which could mean different destinations.
Haider Warraich, M.D., is a fellow in cardiology at Duke University Medical Center. He is the author of Modern Death.