By Moises Auron, MD, SFHM
March 26, 2019 |  0
By: Moises Auron, MD, SFHM As an academic hospitalist, I’m always eager to find new knowledge and best practices to stay abreast of the latest guidelines, behaviors and ways to improve my performance as a physician and educator. But even if I were a non-academic hospitalist, I would aim to be as updated as possible. […]
February 27, 2019 |  0
This Friday, a group of 50 women leaders in all sectors of healthcare is launching a new movement to advocate for safe, dignified work for all workers across healthcare. Why did I join? Simply, I have come to realize that if nothing is done, nothing will happen. In fact, the World Economic Forum has stated […]
By Jennifer Burtch, DNP, MSN, ANP-C
February 21, 2019 |  1
By: Jennifer Burtch, DNP, MSN, APRN, ANP-C It’s the beginning of the year, and as a nurse practitioner, I have been looking for medical conferences that provide the most up-to-date information and expertise in hospital medicine. The caveat is finding one that has pharmacology hours needed for annual licensure. I prefer to attend conferences in […]
January 22, 2019 |  0
The year ended with many lists for best reads of 2018. (See  NY Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, GQ, Powell’s Books, Obama’s list, and Bill Gates’ list for 2018.) I’m a firm believer in literature improving empathy. Literature, fiction, stories all impact our daily work. We are in the business of storytelling and […]
December 6, 2018 |  0
Co-authored by Vinny Arora, MD, MAPP, MHM One of us is a lucky husband to a physician mother, while the other is a physician hospitalist mom who is married to another hospitalist-leader. Together, we share many things: hospital medicine, #JHMChat, research interests, workshops, social circles, University of Chicago, and of course, being parents to young […]
December 3, 2018 |  0
I am excited to share that I recently transitioned into a new role at University of Chicago Medicine: the Associate Chief Medical Officer for the Clinical Learning Environment. You may wonder what does that even mean? Well, five years ago, I started in a role in Graduate Medical Education to improve the clinical learning environment […]