Think your patients are not at risk for HIV? Think Again Incorporate PrEP into your medical practice by Theo W. Hodge, ... 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.
Ask and Tell By Lealah Pollock, MD In the United States, one in five people newly diagnosed with HIV is a woman.  ... More
The U.S. remains one of the only countries that does not offer universal healthcare, and the political debate around the ... More
In early June, a group of teenagers in Florida, in the United States, laughed at and mocked a man as he drowned. The ... More
Every Friday, in an effort to showcase the positive things that are happening in doctors’ lives, SERMO publishes a post called In G ... More
All too often, media portrays the relationship between patients and doctors as a hostile negotiation, ignoring the existence of ... More
With summer in full swing, we asked doctors on SERMO to caption this grill cartoon, created by cartoonist Jerry King. Here are ... More
Being overweight has become an epidemic, with 711 million overweight worldwide. Obesity – having a body mass index (BMI) of 30 ... More
SERMO is all about real-world doctors, and the network provides a safe space to let physicians from around the world be genuine, ... More
The optimal occupancy rate for a hospital is 85 percent, but in many hospitals around the world the occupancy rate is actually ... More