Graphic medicine gives insight on the social, cultural, and ethical landscape where patients, caregivers, clinicians, and learners intersect.
A new tool at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine seeks to change the way professionalism is assessed in medical education.
If violence spreads like an infectious disease, as experts argue, then doctors should take an aggressive approach in the exam room and as policy advocates.
The AMA Code of Medical Ethics has guidance to help physicians mulling whether to engage patients in conversations about health policy.
The interactive tool identifies efforts to increase donation, describes key ethical considerations and shows physicians ways to apply the ethical principles.