Podcast Guest (12/10/21) Confidently Opine as a Medical Expert Witness with Amy Fogelman, MD [The Physician’s Guide to Doctoring Podcast]
“Some physicians think that medical experts are their enemy. But they clearly do not understand what the role of an expert witness is. We are there to give an unbiased review of the facts of the case- our job is not to win the case for the side we have been hired by.”
There were a couple of factors- in addition to the job itself- that led to my burnout being non sustainable. One was a personal illness from a traumatic brain injury, and the other was the death of my father.
By Bria Berry The brain is a beautiful yet complex organ. The brain makes us who we are and is the orchestrator for the rest of our body. The brain provides us with consciousness, personality, stores memory, and allows us to make decisions and feel emotions. In...
By Bria Berry. Microbiologists serve many roles in the workforce as scientists, technicians, educators, and disease-preventionists.
By Vipul Kella, MD Pandemic Federal and State Legal Provisions One of the hardest hit groups amidst the pandemic has been the elderly, particularly those who reside in nursing facilities. To date, there have been more than 660,000 reported COVID-19...
Podcast: Rounds to Residency Episode 4.13 “What Harvard Students Get Wrong, Burnout, and Legal with Amy Fogelman MD.”
On the 7/27/21 episode (4.12), host Chase DiMarco talks with guest Amy Fogelman, MD about a variety of topics from : from Burnout, to Medical-Legal issues, to what even Harvard students get wrong.
This talk was hosted by Temple Beth Shalom in Needham on 3/21/21. On the year anniversary of the COVID pandemic, Amy G. Fogelman, MD will reflects on how the community came together to fight the Coronavirus Pandemic. Dr. Fogelman’s presentation weaves a narrative of...
The Affiliated Monitors Expert Podcast Series – Navigating the Risks of Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain in the COVID-19 Era
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