Medical humanities has become a burgeoning educational tool to develop empathy and compassion in would-be doctors. While some have cried that literature in medicine heralds the resurgence of ancient empiricism, many residence programs have found […]
When searching for the proverbial answer to any given global health problem, one of the currently most celebrated methods commonly involves some form of education. Such education seems to take several different forms, through traditional […]
Video by Sebastian Swic October 2013 The world of Health Sciences is truly multidimensional and burgeoning with different perspectives and ideas. The Meducator aims to present such ideas in a way that will make you […]
Sandra and Sargam both present similar symptoms of high fever and headache, but only one of them survives. Sandra lives in Canada and receives the appropriate medication to beat the seasonal cold. However, living in […]
Last year, Feng Jianmei was forced into a van by Chinese Family Planning Officials with a pillowcase on her head. She was driven to a hospital where her 7-month old fetus was forcibly aborted, simply […]
The relationship between government and health policy is often far more complex, layered and unpredictable than it appears. While it is undeniable that one influences another through direct funding, grants, and other public ventures, it […]
Video by Sebastian Swic December 2012 The Meducator interviews Carlos Muzlera about his article that discusses novel antagonists of the Notch signalling pathway, published in Issue 22.
Video by Sebastian Swic December 2012 The Meducator interviews Nupur Dogra about her article that discusses the implications of anemia in the developing world, published in Issue 22.