Keyword: Annals of Family Medicine
A one-minute emergency department waiting room survey can offer insight into a person’s unmet needs and what social services are already offered.
Intervention and discussion could substantially reduce the number of youth deaths by firearms, according to a study published in JAMA Pediatrics.
It can be tough for doctors to talk to their patients about life expectancy and, as it turns out, it’s a discussion patients like to avoid as well.
An Australian doctor played a key role in the rescue of the 12 boys and their coach from a flooded cave in Thailand, plus more news.
Resident Max J. Romano, M.D., says it’s time that physicians who have benefited from white privilege confront racism within healthcare.
U.S. physicians’ clinical notes are, on average, four times as long as those in other countries. Are documentation regulations to blame?
There’s a big gap between what physicians want to do and where they actually spend their time.
One factor driving the cost of U.S. healthcare is physician salaries, and more physician practice news.
Doctors generally don't treat family members or friends, but that doesn’t stop nonpatients from seeking advice.
Faced with contentious MOC requirements, fewer family physicians are keeping their board certification.