Keyword: Penn State School of Medicine
Resident Max J. Romano, M.D., says it’s time that physicians who have benefited from white privilege confront racism within healthcare.
Instead of ignoring patient discrimination against doctors, more hospitals have adopted guidelines to address the issue.
CHICAGO—When their cultures clash, it can make for a difficult or even impossible integration of physician groups and hospitals.
In its ongoing efforts to create the “medical school of the future,” the American Medical Association unveiled a third area of study for new doctors that it hopes all schools will embrace.
A pair of Pennsylvania physicians say a study that claims medical errors are the third-leading cause of death in the U.S. is based on "shoddy" science and calls for BMJ to retract the paper.