Tag Archives: Medicine

From ‘House’ To ‘Diagnosis’: The Evolution of 21st-Century Medicine (As Seen On TV) – Forbes

Photo by Vince Bucci Getty Images I’ll admit it. I’m a medical-TV junkie, addicted to 21st-century doctor and hospital dramas (most of which are now streaming on Netflix and other services).  Although some physicians are bothered by sensationalized depictions of their profession, I appreciate these shows for what they deliver: equal parts entertainment and insight.… Read More »

Why women leave medicine – AAMCNews

By the time Ali Novitsky was in kindergarten, she knew she wanted to be a doctor. Inspired by her physician father who practiced medicine from their home in upstate Pennsylvania, Novitsky, along with her two brothers, stepped in as apprentices from the time they were old enough to hold a stethoscope — and all three… Read More »

Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine holds poverty simulation – News at OU

About 30 medical students from Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine (OUWB) walked a proverbial mile in the shoes of those less fortunate during a recent poverty simulation. The Missouri Community Action Network Poverty Simulation (CAPS) was held Aug. 24 at Welcome Missionary Baptist Church in Pontiac, Michigan. CAPS is an interactive immersion experience… Read More »