A Speech Evaluation as Experienced from the Other Side of My Desk

We wait in the lobby for about 10 minutes, my son, his wife and I. “David.” His name is “David.” I can’t consistently recall his name, but I always know who he is, that he is my son, and that I love him. Hopefully he knows that. His wife – I cannot for the life […]

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A Study Guide for Reading Your Medical Records

(photocredit: There is something very disconcerting about watching a nurse or physician annotate your medical chart. As a patient, you have the right to read your medical records. I would never discourage you from doing so, but please peruse them with an understanding that they contain words, phrases and abbreviations that you, as a […]

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