The film Concussion chronicles the work of Dr. Bennet Omalu regarding Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. Among the most pressing bio-ethical issues raised by the film is the nature of medical authority, the impact of VIP status on quality of care, the extent to which people’s actions can be attributed to health conditions and where doctor’s loyalty should […]
Is the Physician Who Cries a Better Doctor?
As a medical student, my goal is to learn how to become the best doctor I can be. Being an excellent physician means mastering a large body of knowledge, but just as important is learning to develop strong patient relationships: making patients feel comfortable, earning their trust, and helping to guide them through health and […]