Of the 978,743 practicing physicians in the U.S., women only account for just over a third of them. We break down the states with the most and least.
Medical errors are a major source of inpatient deaths in the United States, and now physician burnout has been linked to a higher risk of medical errors.
Female doctors outperformed their male counterparts in regards to heart attack survival rates, as a whole, and particularly, for women heart attack survivors.
While an longstanding, iconic symbol of physicians, does wearing a white coat actually matter, when it comes to patient perceptions of trust and confidence?
“Physician” is ranked as the most popular profession within the top 1% of earners, but where is it best, and worst, to practice medicine, according to your wallet.
Despite more than half of physicians surveyed admitting they have experienced burnout, 67% said they have never met with a mental health professional.
There are only 24 hours in the day, and even less in a physician’s workday. What are the solutions to caring for those who care for the masses?
There is no time like the present to start practicing self care, and Debut A New You, a new book by Mimi Secor, is a fantastic place to begin.
Family physicians have long recognized that gun violence is a national public health epidemic. Do they also hold the key to stopping it?
An in-depth look at a recent paper that explores correlational data relating opioid prescribing to opioid manufacturer payments.