Written by members of the AMA Physician Communications team.
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. The case: A 40-year-old woman is admitted with fever, headache, confusion and jaundice for a week. What’s her diagnosis?
Joanna Kuppy, MD, says she loves the acuity and thinking involved with pediatric critical care medicine, but her favorite thing is seeing children come back to visit after recovery.
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. The case: A 32-year-old woman has to vaginal itching and a malodorous discharge that is worse following her menses. What is the diagnosis?
For team-based care to succeed, the team has to function ethically and effectively. Those objectives are achievable, but require physician leadership aware of how to promote both.
AMA member Laura E. Halpin, MD, a Los Angeles psychiatry resident, serves as an AMA delegate to make positive changes for her patients and trainee colleagues nationwide.