We propose new rules for journalists to integrate statistics on opioids and related overdoses into their stories.
We reflect on our experiences at the recent Association of Health Care Journalists conference in St. Louis.
I discuss my continuing struggles to overcome self-doubt and share some techniques that have proved effective.
The Illinois state assembly should support IL HB 2046, which requires a warrant prior to investigating a provider’s prescription database.
A chronic pain patient reveals how misguided policies affect his quality of care and the perception of opioids as treatment.
We describe in detail how sensationalism around the coverage of the opioid epidemic and the mounting overdoses takes on a ...
When asked whether we would publish his writings, we responded yes. Here was a man we knew nothing about, but ...
We think we’re different from other patients with similar conditions. This belief affects our interactions in healthcare.
Most abortion laws default to restricting access. But making a clinical behavior more difficult to accomplish does not deter it.
We pen a personal letter to Dr. Lamartiniere, who is fighting to appeal his conviction for unlawfully prescribing opioids.
We dive into the cognitive dissonance physicians face when challenging false narratives surrounding the opioid epidemic.
We review the history of healthcare law to see why the original laws were framed as oaths to guide physician ...