“The digitization of medicine: progress but also a screen between caregivers and users”

Tribune. Screens came to intervene massively between patients and carers, between doctors, nurses, carers, physiotherapists, stretcher-bearers, dieticians, social workers, health executives and secretaries, between non-medical administrative staff and nursing staff. On the other hand, the time spent with patients is gradually diminishing: less listening, a reduced clinical examination, less attention to their questions and their … Read more

By representing a black fetus, a student reveals the invisibilization of diversity in medicine

An anatomical cut of a pregnant woman. This image, often represented in medical textbooks, presents an immutable constant: it is always represented in the body of a white woman. In December 2021, when he created the image of a fetus in the body of a black woman, Chidiebere Ibe, a Nigerian medical student, enabled a … Read more

Leveraging space to advance stem cell science and medicine

Journal Reference: Arun Sharma, Rachel A. Clemens, Orquidea Garcia, D. Lansing Taylor, Nicole L. Wagner, Kelly A. Shepard, Anjali Gupta, Siobhan Malany, Alan J. Grodzinsky, Mary Kearns-Jonker, Devin B. Mair, Deok-Ho Kim, Michael S. Roberts, Jeanne F. Loring, Jianying Hu, Lara E. Warren, Sven Eenmaa, Joe Bozada, Eric Paljug, Mark Roth, Donald P. Taylor, Gary … Read more

Medicine in motion to get patients moving

Ten thousand steps and more. Do you have five minutes, or at least one, to talk about physical activity (PA) with your patients? Putting medicine in motion and, more precisely, providing a toolbox for healthcare professionals so that they can discuss the subject with their patients, even briefly, and thus help to make them more … Read more

The overall decline in the use of antibiotics in veterinary medicine

Rubis, one year old female cat, with her owner, in Chaville (Hauts-de-Seine), September 6, 2021, before the intervention of a veterinarian. Injured, she will be treated with antibiotics. AMAURY DA CUNHA FOR “THE WORLD” If there is an area in which human medicine and veterinary medicine should working together is the fight against antibiotic resistance. … Read more

The Nobel Prize for Medicine awarded to Americans David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian

Researchers David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian have seen their work awarded the 2021 Nobel Prize in Medicine. JONATHAN NACKSTRAND / AFP The Nobel Prize for Medicine opens, Monday, October 4, the 2021 season of famous awards. For the 120e anniversary of the awards, Americans David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian were awarded for their discoveries on … Read more

Research on sensory receptors awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine

Thomas Perlmann, the secretary of the committee, announces the awarding of the Nobel Prize in medicine, in Stockholm, on October 4, 2021. JONATHAN NACKSTRAND / AFP Coquetry of a club that loves nothing less than being forced to hand? In any case, the Nobel jury for physiology and medicine took everyone back by not rewarding … Read more