The optimal occupancy rate for a hospital is 85 percent, but in many hospitals around the world the occupancy rate is actually ... More
Who better to explain how doctors practice than the doctors themselves. Our physicians share their stories from the frontlines of medicine and speak to the issues of the day. It is truly real world medicine, spanning continents and specialties.
Doctor Curmudgeon delightfully lectures us on the ins and outs of a medical practice. From hijinks at the front desk, to her true love of medicine, Diane Eisman, M.D. talks about it all.
Linda M. Girgis, M.D., family practitioner. Dr. Girgis is a passionate advocate for physicians, she writes about MOCs, the daily life of a family practitioner and her work with international medicine.
With physician burnout receiving more and more attention lately, some hospitals and offices are trying to focus on improving the w ... More
We asked doctors on SERMO to describe their best patient using just 3 words. Here are some of their responses: “Realistic, R ... More
Recently a premature sheep was brought to full term within a plastic bag. We asked doctors how they felt about this technology in ... More
“I have encountered this once in my career. The patient obtained an organ from Korea and came to Australia for aftercare... The t ... More
Everyone has heard about the phrase “Old wives tales” to describe some…*ahem*… interesting theories about ways to improve or hurt y ... More
In the United States, the vitamin/supplement industry is regulated quite differently than the pharmaceutical industry. ... More
Poll on SERMO yields ethical debate among nations’ physicians There was a lot of press coverage of an Arkansas state execution i ... More
~ By Valerie A. Jones, MD (of obdoctormom.com) It was the end of my 3rd year in ob-gyn residency. I was 39 weeks pregnant with ... More
May is Mental Health Month, which is dedicated to “spreading the word that mental health is something everyone should care about.” ... More