By Ingrid Pinzon, MD FACP As a Hispanic doctor, born in Colombia, I am concerned about the rise in COVID-19 cases in the Hispanic population. I think that one of the most important factors is the lack of education. Patients
By Harris Cohen, MD The United States continues to be a standout on the world stage, but not in a positive way. For a country with tremendous wealth, intelligence, and resources, our coronavirus response has been embarrassing at best, abysmal
By Nowreen Haq, MD Over the last decade, professional communities as well as institutional healthcare policy makers have turned their attention to ensure professional development in early and mid-career female physicians. Through various skill building programs for effective work life
By Yvonne Hawkins, MD There is a healthcare revolution brewing, and females are at the forefront. Let me begin by saying that this is not a feminist diatribe of the appalling inequality we are subjected to in our professional settings.
By Dana Corriel, MD After 10 years in practice, I recently left clinical medicine. Why, you ask? While there are many reasons, here are just a few: 1. Legalities – This one’s a biggie. Many of us are paralyzed with
By Jessica Gold, MD MS When someone first suggested I break away from my private twitter and make a professional account, my thoughts went something like this: But, I am already doing things that are outside traditional academia, do I