I can tell that the only way to reassure this young mother would be to see the child. “Where do you live?” She tells me the address in a nearby community. “Could you bring her to our office at 11 a.m.? more»
Interested readers can now access my latest Art of Medicine column — Weekend call: Sifting the salient points — recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
Please note that all of my previously published Art of Medicine pieces can now be accessed here.
Be they birthdays, graduation days, or anniversaries, we tend to mark our lives by milestones, those significant dates and times that help to define who we are and give meaning to our existence. more»
Throughout 2017 Physician Assistants have been celebrating the 50th anniversary of the profession.
Interested readers can peruse my latest entry on milestones at the Musings blog of the JAAPA Editorial Board here.
JAAPA is the official publication of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
Down on my knees
Sanding and wiping
The hard wooden porch deck
Preparing to lay a coat
On this clear morning
A bleating of geese
I pause, sit back on my haunches,
Careen my neck
To glimpse the V-formation
As they sweep overhead.
Had they heard my prayer,
If indeed I were praying?
Grace is grace,
2017©Brian T. Maurer