Doctors, Patients, and Diseases

A-J | K-P | R-Z
A – J

Moustapha Abousamra

Physician, heal thyself

Lealani Mae Acosta

Good patient, good doctor new

Saleh Aldasouqi

When the doctor is the patient

Heather Lynn Alva

Defined spaces

Henry Bair

Gifts of gratitude

Nimisha Bajaj

Letting go of logic new

Anjan Banerjee

Uncertainty and clinical truths

Lara Bazelon

The middle finger: identity crisis in the emergency room

Susan M. Beck

Laundry

Daniel Becker

Imagine

Jeanne Bereiter

Shame

Chris Bird

Abandon

Canon Brodar

Learning about children new

Rae Brown

I don’t know how it happened

Farrah Bui

Healing through laughter

Gail Burke

Medicine and trust, behind bars

Christopher H. Cameron

Winter race against time

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

Lesley Campbell

Women changing medicine

Havi Carel

Breathless: philosophical lessons from respiratory illness

Elizabeth Cerceo

Notre Dame and gratitude
Burnout: Are we looking at it through the wrong lens?

George W. Christopher

Yes, I’m positive

Eric P. Cohen

Research subject

Erin Crouch and Katelyn McDonald

Red right hand: ectrodactyly as a metaphor

Michael Daley

Case of the authentic chest pain thought too good to be true

Rose A. Devasia

A silent birth

HP Dietz

The law of diminishing returns: biomedical research in trouble

Martin Duke

A fortunate man

John Brewer Eberly, Jr. 

Fighting the long defeat

“Let the people see what I’ve seen”: beauty, suffering, and learning to see

Obinna Ejide 

Health care in Nigeria

Liam Farrell

One thing we can’t live without

Katrina Genuis

Death and new-doctor eyes

Ladan Golestaneh

Mrs. M’s refusal

Pavane L. Gorrepati

What’s hormones got to do with it? The medicalization of menopause in postwar America

John Graham-Pole

Poppy power

Kate Hawkes

Personal magic – creativity and Shamanic ways for wellbeing

Richard P. Holm

A good bedside manner

Prasad Iyer

The oncologist’s mask new

David Jeffrey

Montaigne’s essays: emotions and empathy

Lawrence H. Jones

What’s old is new again: quackery in the age of the Internet

Hannah Joyner

New life


K – P

 

Susan Kaplan

Silent no more

Paul Karagiannis

My first (do no harm) patient

Murad Moosa Khan

Which weighs upon the heart

T. Colin Killeen

Call me Sylvester!

Sheila Solomon Klass

Waiting for the darkness to lift

Lloyd W. Klein

When good doctors have bad outcomes: improving clinical practice in a results-oriented environment

Rachel H. Kowalsky

The Lawnmower

Julius Kremling

Why connection matters: Understanding patients’ illness by understanding their reality

Howsikan Kugathasan

The color of organ markets

Jonathan D. Lewis

Jeremiah Kenoyer’s cancer cure

Monica Maalouf

The big question

Farrin A. Manian

The lesser of evils

William Marshall

Borderline

Irene Martinez

The second chart

Jean Jacob Mathews

The free diaper delivery and chat service

Lea Mendes

        PEACH: Providing end of life care for the homeless

Atara Messinger
       “The GBM in Room 9”: on the objectifying power of naming and diagnosing
Jacklyn Munn

Provider empathy: a patient’s tale

Ben Murnane

The patient writer: finding meaning in authorship and illness

Ajanta Naidu

A difficult conversation

Ifediba Nzube

Medicine as we know it

Dimitrios G. Oreopoulos

PDF DocumentIs there meaning in suffering?

Rebecca Osborn

A dog like that new

Charles Ethan Paccione

The healing art of listening

Anthony Papagiannis

Summer heat, crisis, and the glad game

Patients bearing gifts

The girl with the name of a flower

At the turning point

Medicine as handmaiden of technology
Aspects of distancing

Shaking hands
The treasure trove of memory 
Dialogues of comfort
Life is short and Art is long: reflections on the first Hippocratic aphorism
Preparing for the unexpected new
Brief encounters new
Washing our hands new
Great expectations new

J.M.S. Pearce

Patients and society: the big divide

Constance E. Putnam

Doctor’s daughter: reflections on a family’s role in a physician’s practice


R – Z

 

Tuhina Raman

Block

Goutham Rao

The unconscious eater – The modern glutton

Shruthi Ravishankar

Heartbreak in the nursery new

Ronald Rembert

Burnout

Jack Riggs

        Signs 
Alida Rol

“Mississipi Appendectomy” and other stories: When silence is complicity

Damiano Rondelli

People or numbers: healing and efficiency

Gregory Rose

        The big sheepdog

Brianna Rossiter

Un-Impostering

Kate Rowland

A love story

Geoffrey Rubin, Mark Abrams, and D. Edmund Anstey

The Plague and physician burnout new

Gregory W. Rutecki

Retirement reflections: from code to compassion with Chloe

Aneesa Sataur

Pain and palpation: reading the body narrative with the osteopathic medical touch

Ami Schattner

From enigma to Jeremy new

Christopher J. Schayer

Undignified

Naomi Schlesinger, Gregory Maniatis, Ranita Sharma, and Boris D. Veysman

The diagnostic eclipse

Ariana Shaari

Dr. Arrieta’s lesson: Have we lost something in the gain? new

Suchita Shah

Where doctors cannot reach: tales from a British High Street

Ahmad Shakeri and Howsikan Kugathasan

A wider science new

Fergus Shanahan

Waiting
Support players in the story of an illness – how to behave

Ravi Shankar

The man who could not stop smoking!

My grandmother

William Shimp

The doctor becomes the patient: an internist’s journey from skepticism to gratitude

Rebecca M. Shulman

The Basest of the Senses

Shampa Sinha

Snakes and ladders

Bryan Sisk

Feto-nosophobia

Annabelle Slingerland

The Beetham Eye Institute at the Joslin Diabetes Center

Annabelle Slingerland and J. Wouter Jukema

The Song of Diabetes

Richard Sobel

Those golden years

Richard Sobel & Peggy Aylsworth

Mimetic disease

R. S. Steinberg

The last of the “just”

James Stoeller

Flyfishing and medicine

Vigneshwar & Nivetha Subramanian

Healing in post-genocide Rwanda

Chris Sumberg

Quickly now, where does it hurt?

Gordon Sun

What could have been

Irene Switankowsky

PDF Document Honoring a Patient’s Inner Wisdom

Alexandria Szalanczy

On your doctor’s orders

Jessica Tang

Beyond Medicine

Kathryn Taylor

The hypocrisy of the advice-giver

Kanani Titchen

Just like that

Carla Treloar

Reflections on the practice of treatment for drug dependence

Dane Wanniarachige

Understanding and combatting ageism in healthcare

Caroline Wellbery

Looking

Katherine C. White

Sidelined new

Jennifer Wineke

Decoding doctor-speak in the era of OpenNotes

Bharata Wingham

Warning: laughter can be hazardous to your illness

Frank Yurasek

Mainstreaming acupuncture in Chicago

Wali Zahid

Health flash: humanize medicine, the time is now

Vignettes

Scoliosis

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