Lately, I’ve been focusing on the essay as my form of writing of choice. As the quote above says, essays can clear the mind.
The Black Lives Matter movement brought concerns about racial injustice to the forefront of public attention and sparked conversations that were long overdue.
Boom. Flip! Bang. In August of last year, I was in an accident. One moment, I was cycling back from the gym, and the next moment I was waking up with people around me. When I removed my mask it, it became clear that my chin was gushing blood. An ambulance was called...
A friend recently drew my attention to the fact that Season 16 of Grey’s Anatomy seemed different. I have to admit, I didn’t realize Grey’s Anatomy was still on air. Is that bad?
Why relationships in primary care matter now more than ever (hint: virtual health care isn’t everything)
To state the obvious, COVID has been hard for everyone. For health care providers, there is a sense of discombobulation.
One of the silver linings of the pandemic is that it has forced the rapid advancement of technology. Not only does this apply to virtual care, but academic conferences have also moved into the virtual sphere.
This week, I opened my planner and came across a list of my goals for Spring that I’d written back in early January: attend a Latin dance festival; get my blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu; travel.