Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Cancer Therapy & Privacy Angels Part 2

Continued from Part 1. Part 2 is now full as well. Please continue on Part 3.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Women's Privacy Concerns Part 3

Part 2 is full. Please continue posting here.
If you haven't seen my article on informed consent and cervical cancer, view it here. I am adding references to the Women's thread links, found in the right hand column below.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Women's Privacy Concerns Part 2

This thread has also reached the limit and is now closed. Please continue posting on Part 3.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

The Mass Media's Treatment of Patient Privacy

Most of the complaints center on how men are portrayed as patients in the health care system, often very disrespectfully. The media clearly play a role in this, though it's hard to be sure how much they cause vs. how much is a response to society's already formed attitudes.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Cancer Rx & privacy: My Angels Are Come

Art Stump's book, My Angels Are Come addresses this issue in a compelling manner with all its ramifications. There have been several posts concerning this book over the last 6 months. By request I will consolidate those posts and I have invited the author to join us.
This thread appears to be full and will not accept further posts. Please continue posting on Part 2.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

What Can We Do To Improve Medical Modesty & Privacy Rights

Please suggest actions that we can take to solve current problems.

Organize For Patient Modesty/Privacy

By request, to facilitate activists to join together to promote your goals. Add comments here. Many are interested but it will take some real activism to get a group going.
A website is being organized.  Keep watch for more details.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Women's Privacy & Modesty Concerns

All comments on women's issues are welcome here. The majority of this thread has concerned the usefulness of cervical cancer screening. I think most of us have learned some surprising facts about cervical cancer.
This thread is now full and will not accept further posts. Please continue posting on Part 2.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Gender Preferences in Healthcare

What are they? Do men and women differ? This topic pervades the blog, but I'd like to consolidate it under one heading. This topic will concentrate solely on patient preferences and not with how they affect employment of health care workers like the prior thread.  A summary article can be found on my companion blog.  The summary article has also been picked for publication on KevinMD, a widely read medical blog.
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