Humane Medicine — An unlikely afternoon hero

She sits quietly on her mother’s lap. A child’s blanket is draped over the crook of her left arm, the corner clutched tightly in her left hand close to her mouth. The right arm lies pronated across her thigh. The mother strokes her hair, whispering into her ear. Together they form a portrait which might have been painted by Mary Cassatt. more»

Interested readers can now access my latest Humane Medicine column — An Unlikely Afternoon Hero: When being there is good enough — recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

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