The white coats these days are at their starchiest, the haircuts are fresh and even the Tylenol orders are being triple-checked — it’s July again… Read More »Managing Burnout: Advice for New Medical Trainees
Benjamin Oldfield is an Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Urban Health resident interested in the intersection of health care and social justice.
For me, it was Bob Dylan. I was a high school junior, and my sights were set, quite limitedly, on romance, sports and the fretboard… Read More »The Illness Narratives of Kendrick Lamar
Troubling tales of race, poverty and violence seem to span the contours of today’s media. However, University of Pennsylvania criminologist Sara Heller’s research1, published last… Read More »To Reduce Youth Violence, Prescribe a Summer Job