Author Archives: Joshua J. Goldman, MD



Joshua J. Goldman, MD

Balance, On a Very Thin Wire:
Frontlines, Opinion

Balance, On a Very Thin Wire:

The First Time I Worried About My Own Wellness I leaned back against the wall, breathed into my palms, and brushed beads of sweat from my forehead. I wondered if...

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September 21, 2018
The First Time I Hated a Patient:
Frontlines, Opinion

The First Time I Hated a Patient:

A case study on the resilience of empathy in residency I was a 3rd year integrated plastic and reconstructive surgery resident rotating for the final time on the general surgery...

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September 21, 2018
The Emperor has no Scrubs
Opinion, Policy

The Emperor Has No Scrubs

The Rise of Millennials, The Fall of Hierarchy In the past, if you asked a resident for their plan if forced (or desiring) to leave medicine, the answer would generally...

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September 21, 2018