The American Resident Project, sponsored by ThinkAnthem, is a platform for future physician leaders – medical students, residents and physicians newly in practice – to connect, explore ideas for transforming American health care delivery, and exchange their views with other health care providers and opinion leaders across the country. READ MORE
The American Resident Project is proud to sponsor Washington University IDEA Labs’ third annual Demo Day this May. Through IDEA Labs, a bioengineering design and entrepreneurship incubator, students, faculty, staff, and St.
The goal of an advance directive is to protect patient autonomy. Patients can document the extent of medical care they would like to receive if circumstances render them unconscious or otherwise unable to express their wishes.
Depression is a problem for medical students, residents and physicians in practice. While medical students begin medical school with the same rates of depression as their peers, their rates of depression by the end are far greater.
One of the worst things about winter is the fact that it keeps us indoors! Given our long hours and long lists of responsibilities in and out of the hospital, indoor life can easily lead to a hiatus on physical activity.
From the well-known senses like sight and smell, to more obscure ones like proprioception (your body’s sense of how it is positioned), these abilities are crucial parts of navigating all aspects of our lives.