Sociopolitics and the social determinants of health: you can’t have one without the other

Whether or not you want to “get political”, if you work in the healthcare space, you can’t run, hide, or bury your head in the sand (trust me, I’ve tried), because the truth is, there is a seemingly inextricable link between politics and healthcare. Despite my lack of comfortability even typing the word p-o-l-i-t-i-c-s in an opinion piece that is published on the web, I … Continue reading Sociopolitics and the social determinants of health: you can’t have one without the other

Healthcare: the silence is killing us

You can look at the healthcare industry through many lenses — from the health insurance perspective to the clinician perspective and everything in between. No matter which lens is chosen, all views can see its complexity. One deeply complex, niche area I have developed an interest in is both the conceptual and practical ways in which clinicians and patients interact with one another. You may be … Continue reading Healthcare: the silence is killing us