I am a medical journalist and blogger. My stories have appeared in peer-reviewed journals and on the web. In Patient POV, I strive to bring the same rigor to telling stories about patients that I have shown in my previous work, which has featured research scientists and physicians.
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Category Archives: Patient stories
Tweet This is a guest post by Ricki Lewis, PhD, who blogs at DNAScience, part of the PLOS blog network. Ricki is a science writer with a PhD in genetics. The author of several textbooks and thousands of articles in scientific, … Continue reading
Tweet I am thrilled that later today, Martha Roberts’ post on her own experience taking medication for mental illness, will run here. I first came across her post through a tweet from Ben Goldacre, author of Bad Pharma. It’s nice … Continue reading
Tweet How do young people cope with chronic, debilitating conditions, like rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia? Patient POV interviewed Lisa Jaffe Hubbell, a young woman, who only last month acknowledged to herself, that she is disabled, and is unlikely to regain … Continue reading
Join Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Dialogue on National Research Priorities Today
Tweet Are you interested in participating in efforts to shape patient-centered outcomes research priorities. Then, don’t miss today’s meeting, webcast starting 9:30 am, or via telephone to 800 number line posted below. Got comments for the PCORI people: see submission … Continue reading
Tweet Here’s my “best of 2011″ Patient POV, based on discussion, feedback, and commentary from readers and bloggers. 1. Writing About Alzheimer’s and Dementia Gets Complicated. Be careful what you wish for: do we want more people screened for Alzheimer’s … Continue reading
Tweet I started Patient POV on March 29th and I have been meaning to take a look back at posts that got people thinking about healthcare, about reporting on health, and what ideas are worth considering for the healthcare system … Continue reading
Tweet I hope that patient stories that I tell here can really make a contribution to helping healthcare match what really matters to patients. That means that I’d like to tell stories that have been invisible or bear continuing exposure, … Continue reading
Tweet On May 1, I joined the Word Count Blogathon, and already, I am meeting bloggers who have amazing stories to tell about the healthcare system. Among the stories that I hope to share with you are the following: What … Continue reading
Tweet Imagine, if you will, that you have early (stage 1b) lung cancer, that you think you have good insurance, and that you cannot find an oncologist to follow you. That’s the story of a 55-year-old man, who asked that … Continue reading