Small Steps to Improving LGBTQ+ Patient Care

Legislation around LGBTQ+ education in schools made headlines recently after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis passed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, as it’s come to be called by many. The legislation bars teachers and school systems from mentioning or instructing students in kindergarten through third grade on issues around sexual orientation and gender identity. And with … Read more

US Docs at Double the Risk of Postpartum Depression

One in four new mothers who are physicians report experiencing postpartum depression, a rate twice that of the general population, according to new survey findings presented at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) 2022 Annual Meeting. The survey results weren’t all grim. More than three fourths (78%) of new mothers reported meeting their … Read more

U of Washington, Harvard Ranked Top Medical Schools ― Again

It may seem like déjà vu as not much has changed regarding the rankings of top US medical schools over the past 2 years. The University of Washington in Seattle retained its ranking from the US News & World Report as the top medical school for primary care for 2023. Also repeating its 2022 standing … Read more