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Ethics and Burnout

The New England Journal of Medicine today published a brief piece examining burnout among healthcare providers. Certainly, this is a problem both for patients as well as for healthcare providers who of course require appropriate support in their jobs as … Continue reading

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It is a disaster when only one kind of truth prevails at the expense of another

Walker Percy received the Laetare Medal at Notre Dame in 1989, and in his acceptance speech he said: The motto of the Laetare Medal is, I understand, ‘Magna est veritas et prevalebit,’ ‘Truth is mighty and shall prevail.’ I like … Continue reading

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