July-August 2020 | Volume 103 | Issue 4
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Table of Contents
ON THE COVER
Physicians across the state adapted and innovated, sometimes virtually overnight.
Ben Trappey, MD, believes in the power of narrative medicine. He also has spent weeks at Bethesda Hospital, caring for patients with COVID-19.
BY SUZY FRISCH
How COVID-19 has impacted some lives.
BY SIU-HIN WAN, MD; KATE HANSON; KELLIE STECHER, MD; AND YU-HUI HUANG, MD
Oncologist Stuart Bloom, MD, shares his life, music and philosophy in “How to Avoid Burnout in 73 Minutes.”
BY LINDA PICONE
The pandemic pushed telehealth into the forefront of medical care. It’s not likely to go away.
BY JACK EL-HAI
A cure for physician burnout?
BY SALLY BERRYMAN, MD, FACP
Not just another lump, bump or bruise
BY ELSA N. KEELER, MD, MPH, AND NIKKI L. MILLER, MA
Our ability to treat patients is limited by the social determinants of health that structural racism creates and reinforces.
BY ZEKE MCKINNEY, MD
LIFE IN MEDICINE
White Coats for Black Lives at the University of Minnesota fights for an end to racial disparities in medicine.
Asking the right questions
BY JOSHUA STEIN, MD
A way to improve physician well-being
BY BARBARA WINGATE, MD
BY MARILY PEITSO, MD, AND DAVID THORSON, MD
THE PHYSICIAN ADVOCATE
The MMA's report on policy, people and politics
Legislative review, launch of Practice Good Health campaign, statement on George Floyd’s death.
Kaylie Evers & Matthew Young, MD
CLINICAL AND HEALTH AFFAIRS
BY UMESH SHARMA, MD, MBA, AND AMIT GHOSH, MD, FACP, FRCP