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Harvard Business Review

What's Holding Women in Medicine Back from Leadership
Harvard Business Review
Reasons for gender disparities in the C-suite of medicine are manifold. For example, women do not achieve promotions or advancement to leadership positions at the same rate as their male peers. Highly qualified women do not attain independent grants, ...



FRANCE 24

MSF workers in Africa 'used prostitutes', 'traded medicine for sex'
FRANCE 24
Some senior staff working for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Africa have allegedly used prostitutes and in some cases traded medicine for sex, the BBC reported on Thursday, citing former staff of the renowned charity. The not-for-profit group said ...
BBC report alleges MSF aid workers in Africa traded medicine for sexBusiness Day

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The A.V. Club

Brockmire's second season promised booze but delivered medicine
The A.V. Club
In television, sometimes the most daring move is not to give the people what they want. During the back run of The Sopranos, when the series netted its highest ...

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STAT

Barriers to genomic testing get in the way of precision medicine
STAT
s precision medicine 1 opens up promising new advances in cancer care, I often think back to my early days as an oncologist, the patients I treated, and the limited treatment options I had for them. I especially remember Pam (not her real name). She ...



Medical Bag

Nutrition Meets Science in Culinary Medicine Curriculum
Medical Bag
Culinary medicine is "a new evidence-based field in medicine that blends the art of food and cooking with the science of medicine."1,2 Put simply, culinary medicine aims to teach people how to cook while also teaching them about nutrition. As ...



Bitcoinist

Medicine Adherence Data Will Transform Healthcare Provision Worldwide
Bitcoinist
Patient data, when used in the right way can decrease healthcare costs by reducing waste, improve patient quality of life, and ultimately save lives. Medicine adherence data in combination with patient data can go a step further to improve patient ...



The Spokesman-Review

'Modern-day medicine people:' Students get hands-on experience at Na-ha-shnee Health Sciences Institute
The Spokesman-Review
When applying to the camp, students write a personal statement about why they want to become “modern-day medicine people,” as Noyes calls them. Many speak of wanting to give back to their communities or share personal stories about wanting to help ...



Seven days in medicine: 13-19 June 2018
The BMJ
Seven days in medicine: 13-19 June 2018. BMJ 2018; 361 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.k2685 (Published 21 June 2018) Cite this as: BMJ 2018;361:k2685. Article · Related content · Metrics · Responses · Peer review. Loading ...



NYU News (press release)

The Underground World of Psychedelics and the Potential of Plant Medicine
NYU News (press release)
Your recent study focuses on plant medicine facilitators, who provide what Michael Pollan calls “psychedelic therapy” or “White-Coat Shamanism.” What does a plant medicine facilitator do? Is it similar to what is being done in clinical research settings?
How underground groups use psychedelic drugs for healingFuturity: Research News

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Specialists at WVU Medicine Children's now offering telemedicine appointments in Martinsburg
WVU Medicine (press release)
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – WVU Medicine Children's is making it easier for children and families in the Eastern Panhandle to make appointments with specialists with the help of a telemedicine clinic that is now open in Martinsburg. “Families should not have ...


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