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Jennifer Lycette, MD, blogs at The Hopeful Cancer Doc, her personal blog on practicing oncology, maintaining hope in medicine, work-life balance, and various other musings. She started blogging with an idea to promote hope for physicians, both in our practices and our more...

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Musings about life in medicine and work life balance. The good, the bad, and the need to keep it all in perspective. more...

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I practice anesthesiology for high-risk adults in Los Angeles. As an English major with a background in journalism, I take a keen interest in the intersection of politics and medicine. Folly and illogic in today's American medicine are topics of endless wonder--take more...

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A cardiology fellow's take on the world of medicine, particularly with regards to the doctor-patient relationship. more...

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I am a pediatrician in private practice in my hometown and a mother to four young children writing about the trials and tribulations of doing both jobs on a daily basis. My writing reflects my personality; it is direct, to the point, sometimes whimsical, and always more...

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An American MD/PhD student's perspective on science, medicine, and the world. more...

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I’m Shirie Leng, an anesthesiologist. I have worked in health care both as a nurse and as a doctor for 15 years. The health care industry is just that, an industry. As such it doesn’t have a whole lot of concern for the “customer”. I write about the processes, more...

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The Peek and Shriek Post is a healthcare blog founded by Mario Nacinovich. The blog offers original content and covers relevant and timely topics across the healthcare spectrum. more...

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Physician Grief: Is integration better than compartmentalization?
Sep 17, 2018

originally published August 2018 on Doximity's Op-(m)ed blog. An oncologist colleague once s more

Capturing the patient's story, or capturing a billing code?
Sep 6, 2018

Is the duty of the physician to capture the patient’s story or capturing a billing code? In more

You’re a physician and a parent. Which comes first?
Mar 20, 2018

If you’re a physician-parent, no doubt you’re familiar with the helplessness associated with the more

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