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Friday Apr 16, 2021
Stop Talking About Physician Well-being; Work to Change It
The heightened stress we physicians experience as we continue to care for patients during the pandemic despite the risks amplifies the need to preserve our emotional and mental health, but it also highlights failings in our health care system. In this FPs on the Front Lines blog post, Kyle Jones, M.D., shares his thoughts on what to do about it.
Wednesday Nov 11, 2020
Rallying My Community to Fight COVID-19, Inequity
Friday Sep 18, 2020
Treating Older Patients in the Pandemic Age
Thursday Aug 27, 2020
Is Returning to Sports Irresponsible?
Monday Aug 17, 2020
Palliative Care Is More Important Than Ever in Pandemic
Thursday Jul 30, 2020
During COVID-19 Pandemic, Public Health Is Personal
In this FPs on the Front Lines blog post, Jennifer Bacani McKenney, M.D., relates the challenges of trying to protect the community she grew up in during a pandemic as a family physician and county health officer.
Thursday Jul 23, 2020
Art of the Pivot: Redeployment as a Family Physician
Tuesday Jun 30, 2020
Worth a Shot: Home Visits Keep Kids Up to Date in Pandemic
Wednesday Jun 24, 2020
Care for Special Populations in Pandemic Adds Challenges
From masks and social distancing to closing group homes, Kyle Jones, M.D., writes in the FPs on the Front Lines blog that physicians caring for patients with intellectual or other developmental disabilities face added challenges with COVID-19.
Tuesday Jun 16, 2020
Lessons in Negotiation: Saving OB Training During Pandemic
When COVID-19 threatened to disrupt maternity care training at a Seattle hospital, leaders from three family medicine residency programs rallied to find a solution. Read more in this FPs on the Front Lines blog post.
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