Educating patients starts with alleviating their concerns. Part of that is educating them about reliable sources of information.
These recommendations, based on the observations of a patient, is a Top 8 list of ways to optimize an outpatient visit for reproductive health care for women with spinal cord injury or disease.
4 ways to address the needs of LGBTQ patients.
A new qualitative review from the Cochrane Collaborative provides insights on what the end users like and don’t like about this form of communication.
Although residency teaches doctors to deliver babies, how to deliver bad news must also be a part of the curriculum.
Patients want their physicians to take a greater role in healthcare advocacy. Getting involved can empower doctors, too.
Results of a new study that used Amazon’s survey technology reveal whether patients are telling clinicians when they face imminent threats to their health.
The purpose of this article is to frame the maternal mortality crisis and identify ways to narrow the racial/ethnic disparity gap within a quality of care framework.
The most important component of caring for women who report painful sexual exchange with vaginal penetration is for the clinician to simply bring up the topic during an office visit, according to one ob/gyn.
Doctors don’t talk enough to their young patients about sex, and neither do parents—but parents also aren’t sure that it’s a clinician’s place to have “the talk” with their children, according to a new study.