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Facets of Identity

Well… It has definitely been a while since I have posted. Schedules as a nursing student can change at the drop of a hat, and are always packed with something to do, so much so, that when I get home sometimes all I can do is curl up with a good movie, book or (and I’m out-nerding myself here) the… 1,154 more words

Don't Trace Me, Bro!*

Apparently, laws are like dishes- if one breaks, just get a shiny, new one to replace it. That seems to be the theory at work in the… 543 more words


The first new Ebola vaccine moves closer to real-world test | Science/AAAS | News

The first new Ebola vaccine moves closer to real-world test

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What do we expect from our learners? What do we expect from ourselves?


Is it society’s duty to ensure equitable access in healthcare?

Question posed to my students in a health policy course

In his book “The Healing of America,”

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Health Care Policy

Malpractice Immunity And Defensive Medicine.

Giving Physicians Immunity From Malpractice Claims Does Not Reduce ‘Defensive Medicine,’  Medical News Today (Rand Corporation)

Changing laws to make it more difficult to sue physicians for…

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