February 21, 2024

This RSV Shot Keeps Babies Out of the Hospital. But Parents Can’t Find It.

(Wall Street Journal) – Across the U.S., parents are spending weeks and even months searching—at times without success—for Beyfortus, a new monoclonal antibody that promises to reduce drastically infants’ chances of serious illness from RSV.  A bumpy rollout of the … Read More

February 12, 2024

A New Edition of The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy Is Now Available

The Journal of Medicine & Philosophy (vol. 49, no. 1, 2024) is available online by subscription only. Articles include: “Phenomenological Interview and Gender Dysphoria: A Third Pathway for Diagnosis and Treatment” by Geoffrey Dierckxsens and Teresa R Baron  “Patient Expertise … Read More

January 30, 2024

A New Edition of The New England Journal of Medicine Is Now Available

The New England Journal of Medicine (vol. 389, no. 26, 2023) is available online by subscription only. Articles include: “Community-Based Doulas — Can Clinicians Share Power to Improve Maternal and Infant Health Outcomes?” by D. Pressley Byrd, et al. “Data … Read More

January 29, 2024

Mental Health and Addiction Care Falls Short Because It’s Not Profitable

(Axios) – Some of America’s most challenging behavioral health care problems include a key disadvantage: They’re not very profitable to treat. Why it matters: Serious mental illness and addiction have a profound effect on families and communities, but their complexity … Read More

January 10, 2024

A New Edition of Journal of Medical Humanities Is Now Available

Journal of Medical Humanities (vol. 44, no. 4, 2023) is available online by subscription only. Articles include: “Art is Patient: A Museum-Based Experience to Teach Trauma-Sensitive Engagement in Health Care” by Eva-Marie Stern “Forming Physicians: Evaluating the Opportunities and Benefits … Read More