ACP Hospitalist is seeking submissions for personal essays to run in our Self-Examination column.
The author discusses why he believes humility is one of the key attributes of an excellent physician.
An encounter with a self-aware patient reminds the writer why he went into medicine. ... And in the next breath she chided herself for slipping into self-pity, acknowledging it could be worse.
By the time I made it to the examination room, I had begun to process the situation better than before. ... ACP Hospitalist is seeking submissions for personal essays to run in our Self-Examination column.
In our Self-Examination section, Dr. Sergeant details his experience with driving himself to the hospital, waiting (and waiting) for anti-venom, and eventually recovering—but finding himself a changed man.
She was handed over to me for overnight observation after an initial examination.
Over the weeks of his hospital stay, I had the opportunity to know Mr. P not only as a patient but as a friend, a dreamer, a fighter and a witty, compassionate individual.
Also in this issue, third-year resident Anthony Rudine kicks off a new occasional feature, Self-Examination, in which contributors reflect on how practicing medicine affects one's personal life—and
Patients and physicians can define a ##ldquo;good outcome##rdquo; very differently.
The author details the aftermath of his encounter with a rattlesnake (or snakes).