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Getting Your Doctor to Really See You

Doctors are regularly deluged with advice on how to engage patients. But how can you, as a patient, get your doctor to truly engage with you as a person? Your health and even your life could depend upon it. By “engage,” I don’t mean just the doctor not interrupting...

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Doc Tom Awardees Announced at SPM2018 Conference

On October 17th, the Society enjoyed their 2nd conference in Boston. Filling a larger room than last year, attendees - in person and virtual - enjoyed an impressive lineup of speakers. The passion in the room was palpable. Much more to come on that. A momentous...

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Whither Cochrane, for e-patients and everyone else?

This will be the third, and last, in my short series on attending the Cochrane Colloquium in Edinburgh in September of this year. In the first post, I talked about what that conference was like; in the second, I shared an overview of Cochrane as a global movement to...

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The who, what, when, where, and why of Cochrane

If you've been paying attention, you know that yours truly got the chance to attend the annual Cochrane Colloquium in Edinburgh in September this year, thanks to a travel stipend from SPM, a #PatientsIncluded bursary from Cochrane UK, the hosts of the 2018 Colloquium,...

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