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Show and Tell: Threats to Sanctity of Provider-Patient Relationship and Patient Health

By Carol Havens, MD, FAAFP The effect of reversing Roe goes well beyond eliminating elective abortions in many states, it threatens the sanctity of the patient and their health care provider to make decisions about the continuum of safe reproductive services. For example, the decision also has prevented treatment for ectopic pregnancy, premature rupture of […]

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Show & Tell: Beyond Humility-Empowering Minoritized Learners Through Culturally Reflective Medicine

By Bright Zhou, MD I’m excited to share a recent project I worked on with my advisor Dr. Alan Louie about how to re-imagine “cultural humility” curricula for marginalized trainees. As a medical student and trained Mandarin interpreter, I always felt a unique tension when working with my Chinese patients, that I felt wasn’t fully […]

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Show and Tell: A post-Roe reality, what happens now?

By Shayne Poulin, MD In the wake of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v Wade and Casey v Planned Parenthood many are asking … What happens now?  and  What can I do? As family physicians we can help our patients navigate this new, but not unprecedented, landscape. Whether you provide options counseling, medical […]

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Show and Tell: Addressing the Opioid Epidemic with A Harm Reduction Clinic Curriculum

By M. Shoaib Khan, MD, AAHIVS A 17-year-old died of a fatal opioid overdose in our rural California town, and I felt responsible. Medication assisted therapy (MAT) with buprenorphine has been shown to be a lifesaving treatment for opioid use disorder in that it stops patients from having cravings and withdrawals and helps in preventing […]

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Dr. Shani Muhammad Shares a Report on Healthy Children

By Shani Muhammad, MD A 2021 report (From Crisis to Opportunity: Reforming Our Nation’s Policies to Help All Children Grow Up Healthy) released by a special project of the Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) Foundation highlights a growing problem Family Physicians are facing in our practices: Childhood Obesity. This report, which highlights that now 1 in […]

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Dr. Sarah McNeil Book Recommendation

By Sarah McNeil, MD I recently listened to the audiobook, Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body, by Roxane Gay, which was transformative for me in many ways. I believe that as family doctors, we all need to spend more time thinking about how patients living with obesity present to our offices and navigate the medical system. […]

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An email newsletter/blog worth receiving!

By Karen Muchowski, MD, FAAFP I’d love to share information with you about an epidemiologist, Katelyn Jetelina, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor with the Department of Epidemiology, Human Genetics and Environmental Sciences at the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Public Health and her fantastic blog: YLE -Your Local Epidemiologist.  It is free (although […]

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Fighting Against Two Standards of Care: A Patient Perspective

Hello! My name is Eri Solomon from Jamaica Plain, MA. I am a community organizing professional working to advance equitable economic justice policies and initiatives in the state of Massachusetts. I am sharing my story with you today because I am also a person in long-term recovery from a substance use disorder, as well as […]

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Show and Tell: How to Achieve High Quality Primary Care

By Laura Murphy, DO The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released a report in May titled, “Implementing High Quality Primary Care: Rebuilding the Foundation of Health Care”. In the report the committee outlines an implementation plan on how to achieve high quality primary care (HQPC) through 5 main objectives: Pay for primary care […]

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