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Contested Pain: Managing the Invisible Symptom
Drawing parallels between chronic pain in Vulvodynia and acute pain in Sickle Cell Disease, our opinion is one that challenges the prevailing medical model by contrasting the experiences of pain sufferers and reflecting ...
Are medical students in prehospital care at risk of moral injury?
BACKGROUND: The term 'moral injury' may be useful in conceptualising the negative psychological effects of delivering emergency and prehospital medicine as it provides a non-pathological framework for understanding these ...
Leaps, Jumps and Hoops: from evaluating cardiac rehabilitation interventions to identifying causal factors underlying substance dependency
Intervention research and research with substance abuse populations are challenging. This case details the experiences of two doctoral-level researchers as they tried to improve outcomes for coronary heart disease patients ...
Do changing medical admissions practices in the UK impact on who is admitted? An interrupted time series analysis.
INTRODUCTION: Medical admissions must balance two potentially competing missions: to select those who will be successful medical students and clinicians and to increase the diversity of the medical school population and ...
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Emergency Medicine Residents: A Role for Moral Injury?
We read with interest the perspective piece on posttraumatic stress disorder in emergency medicine residents in the United States.1 The addition of the new exposure criteria to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of ...
From the workshop to the workplace: Relocating faculty development in postgraduate medical education.
INTRODUCTION: Postgraduate medical education takes place almost entirely in the clinical workplace, supported by healthcare professionals who strive to combine service and educational roles. Over the past decade, we have ...