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Medicine-Induced Metabolic Syndrome

Editor’s Note: This post was previously published in Insights on Residency Training, which is hosted by NEJM Journal Watch. Justin Davis, MBBS, is a Chief Resident at Barwon Health in Geelong, Australia. I run a clinic a couple of times a week as part of my nephrology [...]

By NEJM Knowledge+ Team|2018-11-29T12:32:21-05:00November 29th, 2018|Learning, Your Experiences|Comments Off on Medicine-Induced Metabolic Syndrome

The Book and The Novelty

Editor’s Note: This post was previously published in In Practice, which is hosted by the New England Journal of Medicine and NEJM Journal Watch. Harrison Reed, PA-C, practices critical care medicine in Baltimore, MD. In 1985, Frederic Friedel destroyed the game of chess. At least that’s [...]

By Harrison Reed, PA-C|2016-07-14T11:28:20-04:00July 14th, 2016|PAs (Physician Assistants), Your Experiences|5 Comments

How I Learn at the Point of Care

I’ve always been an active learner who learns best in “need-to-know” situations — and the point-of-care context is the epitome of “need to know.” It’s hard for me to retain information if I don’t know why I need to know it. Thus, I enjoy incorporating learning into my [...]

By Jennifer M. Joe, MD|2015-10-22T09:00:01-04:00October 22nd, 2015|Learning, Your Experiences|Comments Off on How I Learn at the Point of Care
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