Volume 122, Issue 4
- Audit of Sex and Gender Medicine Topics in Preclinical School of Medicine Curriculum
- The Impact of a Scholarly Concentration Program on Medical Student Research in Pediatrics
- Teaching Students to Care (Coordinate): A Randomized Controlled Trial
- Trends in Adult Suicide Rates in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, 2002 Through 2020
- Medical Student Well-being Outcomes After a Novel Shared Meal and Resiliency Skills Course
- Health at Every Size Principles: Clinician Perspectives To Limit Weight Stigma in Medical Care
- Amiodarone Pharmacovigilance Through an Intelligent Electronic Health Record Application
- Assessment of Uterine Fibroid Knowledge and Educational Interests Among Health Care Professionals
- A Case That Will Take Your Breath Away: Acquired Methemoglobinemia Related to Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole and Phenazopyridine Ingestion for Treatment of Urinary Tract Infection
- An Unusual Presentation of Blastomycosis
- Maintenance of Ionized Calcium During Prolonged Extreme Massive Transfusion During Liver Transplantation
- Neck Pain Secondary to Post Radiation Fibrosis Managed With Ultrasound-Guided Adhesiolysis
- From the Editor: Providing Feedback Is Essential for Professional Growth
- Commentary: Unmeaningful Work and the Practicing Physician
- Dean’s Corner: Stem Cell Science and Regenerative Biology: Tools for Building New Treatments
- Letter to the Editor: Exploring the Feasibility of POCUS Training for Advanced Practice Providers at an Academic Medical Center
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