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Can Medicine Integrate Spiritual and Religious Practice?

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Why Are Emergency Medicine Residents Disappearing?

Opinion > Prescriptions for a Broken System — How our healthcare system is financed is a central part of the problem by N. Adam Brown, MD, MBA March 20, 2023 The number of unfilled emergency medicine (EM) residency positions in this year's initial Match hit a record: 555. In 2022, there were 219 unmatched positions.
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UChicago Medicine finalizes joint venture with AdventHealth

Skip to main content January 10, 2023 12:32 PM Two Chicago area health systems have solidified a deal to join forces and expand and improve care in the western suburbs. The University of Chicago Medicine and AdventHealth announced today that they officially formed a "joint venture" called UChicago Medicine AdventHealth. They say the combination of
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Measuring medicine use in livestock supports the fight against antimicrobial resistance

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Measuring how much antimicrobial medication is given to food animals is key to understanding how to slow antimicrobial resistance, when dangerous microbes get so used to antimicrobials that they evolve stronger defenses against them. However, measuring the actual antimicrobial use in animals on a large scale is still a logistical challenge.…
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Women in Medicine

2 of 14 Elizabeth Blackwell, MD Elizabeth Blackwell (1821-1910) made history in 1849 by becoming the first woman in U.S. history to receive a medical degree. 3 of 14 Rebecca Lee Crumpler, MD In 1864, Rebecca Lee Crumpler (1831-1895) became the first Black woman in the U.S. to receive a medical degree from New England…
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