Keyword: University of California, Davis
Yet another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic may be the clinical training that’s so essential for America’s future nurses and doctors.
Keith Corl, M.D., an emergency room doctor says that what’s driving the burnout among physicians, is something deeper—a sense of “moral injury."
Experts who examined 21 California cases in which extreme risk protection orders were used suggest they can play a role in preventing mass shootings.
The recently passed federal spending plan would allow the CDC to study gun violence, but experts say that it doesn't go far enough.
A lack of federal funds for gun research has left policymakers without basic information to make decisions.
Spending on emergency room fees has increased steadily over the past several years as hospitals are more likely to code visits as severe.
Patient satisfaction levels drop when doctors deny patient requests for specialists, laboratory tests or certain medications, according to a new study.
California's governor has formed a precision health advisory committee with many of the state’s experts in data, genomics and population health.
From Kaiser Health News: Some young people's dreams of becoming doctors could be uprooted if the Trump administration ends the DACA program.
Two physicians argue that hospitals need to create a position for the chief primary care medical officer.