A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen and download it today. In this episode, author Ben Rosenstein, MA, reads his poem, “Powerless,” published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column.
Listen to author Adam Possner, MD, read his Teaching and Learning Moments poem, “Rule of Thumb,” published in the May 2016 issue.
Listen to author Daniel G. Federman, MD, read his Teaching and Learning Moments essay, “Clarity of Vision,” published in the April 2016 issue.
Listen to author Mike Stillman, MD, read his Teaching and Learning Moments essay, “An E-mail to My Residents,” published in the February 2016 issue.
Editor’s Note: This post is one of two pieces on the Introduction to Social Medicine and Global Health course at Harvard Medical School. Read the other piece here. By: Komal Kothari, an MD/MBA student at Harvard Medical School and Harvard ...
Listen to author Ersilia DeFilippis, MD, read her Teaching and Learning Moments essay, “Being Boring,” published in the September 2015 issue.
Editor’s Note: For more on using USMLE Step 1 scores to screen applicants for residency, see the commentary by Prober et al in the January 2016 issue. By: Jessica G. Fried, MD, PGY-1 Preliminary Medicine Resident, Lankenau Medical Center, Wynnewood, PA ...
Listen to author Joslyn W. Fisher, MD, MPH read her Teaching and Learning Moments essay, “Tova”: It Means Good, published in the August 2014 issue of Academic Medicine.
Listen to author Clifford D. Packer, MD read his Teaching and Learning Moments essay, “The Lottery Tickets,” published in the August 2014 issue of Academic Medicine.
By Jack Ende, MD, MACP, chief, Department of Medicine, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center Being 65 years old is not without its advantages, and I speak here not just of Medicare benefits, reduced prices at movie theaters, and the occasional vacated seat ...