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

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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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Evidence

Excerpts from the New England Journal of Medicine - Audio Webcast: Ebola Outbreak

http://cdn.nejm.org/editorial/collections/20141022-ebola-webcast/excerpts/webcast-excerpts.htm

Recorded on October 22, 2014

Panel
Christopher Dye (World Health Organization)
Jeremy Farrar (Wellcome Trust)
Armand Sprecher (Médecins Sans Frontières)
Arjun Srinivasan
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Early Results from Alternative Medical-Liability Reforms

According to data published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2011, nearly 15 percent of orthopaedic surgeons are likely to face a medical liability claim each year, and the cumulative likelihood of an orthopaedic surgeon facing such a claim by the age of 45 is 88 percent. 184 more words

Surgeon Edition

Provision of No-Cost, Long-Acting Contraception and Teenage Pregnancy

Provision of No-Cost, Long-Acting Contraception and Teenage Pregnancy
Source: New England Journal of Medicine

We found that pregnancy, birth, and abortion rates were low among teenage girls and women enrolled in a project that removed financial and access barriers to contraception and informed them about the particular efficacy of LARC methods.

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Reproductive Health