Managing Editor, news site, for natl. association in DC. Past: managing editor for consumer website; publications manager for a nonprofit; freelance journalist, and communications consultant.
Goodwin is lively, gracious, and (of course) knowledgeable.
"People come to the doctor with their symptoms, not their stories."
Physicians treat trauma stemming from human rights abuses.
Throughout history, transgender people have been misunderstood and seldom studied. That’s beginning to change.
Despite the availability of prenatal screening tests, Tay-Sachs, Canavan, and other genetic diseases with a Jewish link still bring tragedy to some families.
Physicians make decisions every day that have an ethical or moral component. How can medical school students and residents be trained to do the right things?
Can we change the culture of medicine to accommodate physicians who want more time outside of work? (See p. 6)
Tales from the front line.
New research is advancing our understanding of autism and highlighting the need for earlier interventions.
Medical schools are trying to train students, residents, and faculty to overcome the prejudices they don't know they have.