This Viewpoint argues that the acceleration of the drug approval process could unequally distribute the costs and burdens of testing to vulnerable patient populations.
This database review assesses the disclosure to study participants of boxed warning risks on consent forms.
This Viewpoint identifies strategies for the appropriate and efficient emergency medical team assistance to other countries following natural disasters.
This cross-sectional analysis found that informed decision making is often incomplete in conversations between cardiologists and patients with stable angina.
This Viewpoint discusses why the presence of reality television cameras in the emergency department inevitably conflicts with good patient care.
This interview study found that institutional cultures and policies might influence how physician trainees make decisions regarding do-not-resuscitate orders.
This systematic review finds that most patients overestimate the benefits and underestimate the harms of screening, tests, and treatments.
Rothberg et al assess the effect of explicit and explanatory information on participants’ beliefs about percutaneous coronary intervention [PCI] and prevention of myocardial infarction and their willingness to choose it. See also the Invited Commentary by IIC140012.
Goff et al describe the discussions between patients and cardiologists regarding angiogram and PCI for stable CAD and analyze the elements that may affect patients’ understanding. See also the invited commentary by Lin and Dudley.