We’re back! Enjoy this fun conversation that touches on various aspects of medicine, from how to be a doctor, avoiding burnout and doing CPR!
This week, The Layman’s Doctor speaks with Dr. Thaon Simms from the graduating class of 2k20 and his experience with completing medical school online.
Medical school feels like yesterday. Cliché- right? Now I am the medical intern with groups of 3-5 students who eagerly ask questions about topics I sometimes barely remember. I remember …
Empathy has been proven to show improved patient outcomes, so why aren’t doctors more empathetic?
Medicine has taught me many life lessons.
There can be a lot of egos in medicine, the problem only arises when they can’t work together and get along.
Pushing yourself to continue going to school or work through illnesses can come at a great expense. There comes a time when we must put ourselves first and become our priority.
I should be better at seeking medical care, but I’m not! Here’s why I should do better.
Taking the time for patient education is one of the most important things doctors and nurses can do.