Guest Commentary
Guest Commentary
12/26/2022
Dr Harrison reflects on his career in medicine, including training with limited resources and few investigative opportunities, and relying on the art of conducting a diligent history and physical...
12/26/2022
Wellness
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Wellness
Doctor's Stories
Doctor's Stories
02/16/2022
I am a first-year resident physician at the Lynchburg Family Medicine Residency Program. During my first month of orientation, I had participated in an imposter syndrome activity led by Janice Deeds, PSYD,...
02/16/2022
Guest Commentary
Guest Commentary
01/29/2022
When physicians make mistakes, the following faults should be considered: A dearth of knowledge (ignorance); having accepted incorrect theories; and having organized these theories or conclusions in a...
01/29/2022
Consultations & Comments
Consultations & Comments
07/15/2021
As frontline health care professionals, registered nurses play a critical role in the provision of patient care and support, as well as administrative duties such as recordkeeping and directing nursing care...
07/15/2021
Guest Commentary
Guest Commentary
02/07/2017

Dean Gianakos, MD

Dean Gianakos, MD
There are things physicians can do to reduce the stress in their lives such as breathe deeply, exercise, find a life coach, and smile and laugh more.
02/07/2017
Guest Commentary
Guest Commentary
08/04/2016

Anthony A. Donato, MD, MHPE

Anthony A. Donato, MD, MHPE
I ache. A full-body, ears-ringing, head-spinning ache. I sit at a table surrounded by the chatter of children, but their words remain noise in the background.
08/04/2016
Primary Care
Primary Care
04/22/2015

Gregory W. Rutecki, MD

Gregory W. Rutecki, MD
Summer 2014 was an anniversary I prefer to minimize. The year marked my 40-year rite of passage since medical school graduation.
04/22/2015