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September 2015
This week, we’re reading about physician perceptions of care, the value of patient interaction, and how you can be prepared to be a physician at any minute.

Trapped in the System: A Sick Doctor’s Story

Having health insurance is only one measure of access to care.

Sometimes the Best Care a Patient Can Get is a Discussion

“Most people enter medicine seeking to help their patients by curing disease; when this is not an option, it can be easier to avoid the difficult but necessary conversations about death.”

‘Is There a Doctor on Board?’ Keeping Quiet vs. Stepping Up

With an estimated 44,000 in-flight medical emergencies occurring worldwide every year, physicians flying the friendly skies need to be prepared to respond at 35,000 feet.

Lately from the ACR Bulletin

Allied Practice

Making your practice safe for transgender patients requires subtle yet vital considerations.

Informatics Meets Patient Care
A new video series traces the patient experience and aligns informatics tools along each step of the way.

Peer Reviewed

How to get your articles accepted, shared, and cited in the competitive world of scholarly publishing.

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