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Physician Burnout: The Need for Medical Humanities
While the U.S. health care system aims to cure patients efficiently, the way in which society approaches the practice of medicine dehumanizes both physicians and patients. This thesis looks at the issue of physician burnout ...
The American Anti-Vaccine Movement: An Investigation of Populism, Polarization, and Public Policy
Populism, animated in part by the distrust of elite authority, can be found across the spectrum of American political ideology. From Donald Trump and his “drain the swamp” rhetoric to Bernie Sanders and his denunciations ...
Camping with Patients: How seeing patients outside of the clinical setting affects views on patient care
This thesis focuses on the experiences of pediatric physicians and other medical professionals who serve campers with chronic illnesses and diagnoses through illness-specific partner camps associated with Camp For All in ...