Most Recent Articles by Tafari Mbadiwe
Over the past few decades, physician suicide has become a staggering public health crisis that has largely been ignored.
The HR 1215 bill proposes many changes to malpractice liability rules, including a $250,000 cap on non-economic damages.
If physicians have a genuine interest in acting with beneficence and nonmaleficence, they should recognize that their prescribing habits have significant consequences for their patients.
The utility and effectiveness of wearable fitness devices are discussed in a clinician's opinion piece.
In surgery, a common example of unknown knowns is continuing to perform a procedure even in the face of evidence that it's either outdated or of little benefit.
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- Joint Replacement Rates in OA With Diabetes: Effects of COX-2 Inhibitors Plus Metformin
- FDA Advises Recall: Limbrel May Be Linked to Drug-Induced Liver Injury
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- Managing Treatment Nonadherence in Rheumatic Diseases
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- Risk for COPD, Asthma Among Women With Rheumatoid Arthritis: Nurses' Health Study
- Aspirin Effective for VTE Prophylaxis After Hip, Knee Arthroplasty
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- Burnout Prevalence High Among Physicians in Single Health System
- Expert Insight: Discussing Sensitive Topics With Patients
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