Post Profile






American Medicine’s Toxic Workplace

By NORTIN HADLER, MD I’ve attended medical Grand Rounds most weeks for the past 50 years. I consider the exercise one of the grander traditions of my profession. I trace it back to the amphitheater at the University of Montpelier where the 15th C cleric, humanist, author and physician, François Rabelais, first studied and then
read more

share

Related Posts


The Scientific Basis for Choosing to Be a Patient: Forearmed Is Forewarned

Industries / Medical : The Health Care Blog

By NORTIN M HADLER, MD Today health is a commodity, disease is a product line and physicians are a sales force in the employ of a predatory enterprise. All this happened in the past 30 years in America1 and the rest of the resource ...

There is Nothing Free about The “Health Care” Market

Industries / Medical : The Health Care Blog

By NORTIN M HADLER, MD “Universal Health Care”, “Single Payer”, “National Health Insurance”, “Socialized Medicine” are all semiotics symbolizing the subjugation of physician and of patient autonomy to government control for the sake...

Fat kills, and 2 other obesity myths

Industries / Medical : Kevin MD Medical Weblog

Dr. Nortin Hadler, author of Worried Sick and Stabbed in the Back, is well-known for debunking medical myths. But in his latest book, Rethinking Aging (UNC Press), Hadler, a professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill...

Forks In the Road

Industries / Medical : The Health Care Blog

By NORTIN HADLER, MD On Saturday, Dr. Hadler delivered the commencement address at the University of Michigan Medical School.  THCB is pleased to feature his remarks.  Thank you, Class of 2015, for the privilege of sharing this spec...

Computer vs. Patient

Industries / Medical : The Health Care Blog

By NORTIN HADLER, MD and ROBERT MCNUTT, MD Every conversation with a patient is an exercise in the analysis of “big data.” The patient’s appearance, changes in mood and expression, and eye contact are data points. The illness narrat...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC