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Concept Religion and Medicine
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Academic Article The intractable and the novel: looking ahead in bioethics.
Academic Article Practicing the fundamentals of patient-centered care.
Academic Article The short history and tenuous future of medical professionalism: the erosion of medicine's social contract.
Academic Article Risk and trust in public health: a cautionary tale.
Academic Article Physicians' preparedness for bioterrorism and other public health priorities.
Academic Article Mistrust among minorities and the trustworthiness of medicine.
Academic Article Recommendations for teaching about racial and ethnic disparities in health and health care.
Academic Article Cost-effectiveness analysis in the United States.
Academic Article Balancing evidence-based medicine and cultural competence in the quest to end healthcare disparities.
Academic Article Who is measuring the ethical quality of care in American medicine? No one, yet.
Academic Article Creating a segregated medical profession: African American physicians and organized medicine, 1846-1910.
Academic Article Segregation, civil rights, and health disparities: the legacy of African American physicians and organized medicine, 1910-1968.
Academic Article Science, faith and AIDS: the battle over harm reduction.
Academic Article U.S. physician knowledge of the FDA-approved indications and evidence base for commonly prescribed drugs: results of a national survey.
Academic Article Challenges at the intersection of team-based and patient-centered health care: insights from an IOM working group.
Academic Article African American physicians and organized medicine, 1846-1968: origins of a racial divide.
Academic Article Medicine. The bioterrorist threat and access to health care.
Academic Article Improving ambulatory patient safety: learning from the last decade, moving ahead in the next.
Academic Article Response to open peer commentaries on "'Doctor, would you prescribe a pill to help me ? ?' a national survey of physicians on using medicine for human enhancement".
Academic Article "Doctor, would you prescribe a pill to help me ? ?" a national survey of physicians on using medicine for human enhancement.
Academic Article Practicing Evidence-Based and Culturally Competent Medicine: Is it Possible?
Academic Article Many physicians are willing to use patients' electronic personal health records, but doctors differ by location, gender, and practice.
Academic Article Conflicts--and consensus--about conflicts of interest in medicine.
Academic Article A unified code of ethics for health professionals: insights from an IOM workshop.
Academic Article Of the profession, by the profession, and for patients, families, and communities: ABMS board certification and medicine's professional self-regulation.
Academic Article Inspired Translation: Synthesizing Qualitative Research and Boot Camp Translation to Achieve Meaningful Community Engagement.
Academic Article Primary care physicians' perceptions of practice improvement as a professional responsibility: a cross-sectional study.
Academic Article Cultivating awareness of the Holocaust in medicine.
Academic Article A Call to Commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27, in All Health Science Schools.
Academic Article Living Histories of Structural Racism and Organized Medicine.
Academic Article Referrals, access, and equity of monoclonal antibodies for outpatient COVID-19: A qualitative study of clinician perspectives.
Academic Article Statement on the Lancet Commission on Medicine, Nazism, and the Holocaust.
Academic Article The Lancet Commission on medicine, Nazism, and the Holocaust: historical evidence, implications for today, teaching for tomorrow.

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