Far more men than women are dying of drug overdoses
NIDA study shows significant gender difference, but reasons are uncertain.
Nurses face widespread bias, study finds
Patients are the biggest offenders, but many also encounter racism from colleagues and supervisors.
The key to fixing physician burnout is the workplace, not the worker
During an AMA webinar, healthcare leaders outlined ways to help doctors deal with burnout.
The face of today's doctor: Getting older, more women, and other demographic changes
The Association of the American Medical Colleges released a report that offers more insight on the nation’s physician workforce.
What Biden's student debt forgiveness plan means for physicians
The president’s student loan initiative only covers a portion of the average debt of medical school, but the Association of American Medical Colleges says it still does some good.
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