Part I: Metamorphosis. Dr. Wes.
Part II: Access. Dr. Wes.
Part III: The Opportunity. Dr. Wes.
From the other side of the sheets. Notes from Dr. RW.
A Few Thoughts on Diverticulitis. WhiteCoat Rants.
I had been a patient myself in the past and still remember vividly how helpless I felt. This experience reinforced my firm belief that, in general sense at least, the patient is always right. Consequently, I often remind the residents and students during attending rounds: "No matter how bad or tired we may feel, the situation is almost always worse on the colder side of the stethoscope" (where the patient is).
When Doctors Become Patients. NYTimes, 02/2008.
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