A grassroots, resident-led series of case conferences addresses implicit bias and structural racism in medical education and clinical practice.
A unique approach in delivering trainee healthcare is the latest in the effort to ameliorate physician burnout.
A veteran primary care physician discusses the subtleties of prescribing opioids and treating people with chronic pain and substance use disorders appropriately.
Nearly 4% of people in the U.S. are LGBTQ+, but new research shows that internal medicine residents are severely underequipped to care for them. An online module may be an effective stopgap.
(Boston) – Researchers at Boston Medical Center (BMC) have received a $3.2M grant to educate hospital providers statewide on how best to counsel women about contraception use, particularly long-acting reversible contraception methods like intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implants. The program, funded by the Massachusetts Department of Health and Human Services, will work with the 44 maternity hospitals, with more intensive interventions at the hospitals that serve a patient population with the greatest need, where this training will have the largest impact.