The Art of Medicine — Falling through the cracks

In clinical practice some memories never fade — for a variety of reasons.

Interested readers can now access my latest Art of Medicine column — Falling through the cracks: A matter of substance — 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.

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When powders and potions won’t do

Practicing good medicine does not always mean prescribing medication. When powders and potions won’t do, sometimes education, a little reassurance — and advocating for the caretaker — go a long way.  more»

Interested readers can now access my latest Art of Medicine column — When powders and potions won’t do — recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

Please note that all of my previously published Humane Medicine pieces can now be accessed here.

Tightrope

Like a small performance on the high wire, there’s an art to tightrope walking in clinical practice. more»

Interested readers can now access my latest Art of Medicine column — Tightrope — recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

Please note that all of my previously published Humane Medicine pieces can now be accessed here.

Philippe Petit on the wire