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Spring Resolutions…Revisiting Our Goals

We don’t know about you, but the fact that it’s almost officially springtime attains us want to jump up and down with happiness. Sure, “theres a lot” to love about winter- the attitude of rest it invigorates, the opportunities to spend time with loved ones during the holidays and the chilly recreation undertakings that are […]

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Maryland’s Primary Care Program: incremental progress or breakthrough?

Much has changed in the past six years since our last-place Health Policy Journal Club at Georgetown. Our residency, formerly a collaboration with Providence Hospital, is now known as the Medstar Health/ Georgetown-Washington Hospital Center Family Medicine Residency Program. I stepped down as conductor of the Robert L. Phillips, Jr. Health Policy Fellowship 3 years […]

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IELTS Writing Task 2 Test on 10th February with Band 8.0-9.0 Sample – topic : The Tradition that Family gets Together

Task 2: The tradition that the family gets together to eat snacks is disappearing. What are the reasons? What are the impacts? OR In many countries, the legend of homes having snacks together is disappearing. Why is this happening? What will be the effect of it on the family and society? Essay Plan: Introduction: comment […]

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Debating the pros and cons of Medicare for All

Although neither of the major party campaigners for U.S. President in November support a “Medicare for All” style single-payer health insurance program, this issue surfaced during the Democratic primary debates as one option for extending coverage to the uninsured and abbreviating health care administrative expenditures. Our recent Georgetown Health Policy Journal Club discussed two editorials […]

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Cancer survivorship: what is the family physician’s role?

Family physicians’ expertise in cancer mostly involves screening and diagnosis, while management administered by medical and/ or surgical oncologists. Nonetheless, as the long-term survival of patients with cancer improves, the important care role of primary health care clinicians in survivors of childhood and adult cancers has will become more and more recognized. The National Cancer […]

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Curiosity: what makes a doctor truly great

I have never been invited to give a commencement address. The closest I came was my own high school graduation, when I was the unofficial valedictorian. Since my academy did not have a tradition of the highest-ranked student addressing the class on graduation daytime, though, I didn’t get the chance. Our commencement speaker, a television […]

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Preparticipation physical exam and return to sports during the COVID-19 pandemic

For primary care practises that care for children, the preparticipation physical exam( PPE) is an annual rite. My residency program frequently defines aside two full daytimes in late time where the residents and attending physicians do nothing but “sports physicals” in order to meet the demand for these exams from prospective “schools ” players. Although […]