Considerations for Primary Care Providers in the Diagnosis of Long COVID

January 28th, 2023

By: David Duong, MD, MPH


Data on long COVID is evolving, causing diagnosis and treatment to be complex. Primary care clinicians must consider[...]

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A Farewell Message from the Outgoing Editor-in-Chief

January 24th, 2023

By: Rebekah L. Rollston, MD, MPH


To our community of readers and contributors of the Harvard Medical School Primary Care Review:It has been the pleasure[...]

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Our Right to Basic Public Health Amenities

December 16th, 2022

By: Omega and Brenda Wilson


I was born and raised in Mebane—a small town in North Carolina that is now primarily white with a large percentage of[...]

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Compassionate Release for Prisoners: Ensuring Dignity and Care

December 15th, 2022

By: Alice Bukhman


He is bedbound, unable to walk, unable to care for himself, unable to advocate for himself, and so confused that he[...]

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P is for Period and P is for Power: Attending to Menstrual Hygiene in Rural India

December 13th, 2022

By: Garima Vats, MBBS


“Can I take a bath during my period?” comes a feeble voice from one corner of the classroom. I struggle to put the[...]

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Behind the Wall I Escape

September 29th, 2022

By: Deborah Oniah


Behind the wall of unemployment, I escape. I have a right to work. I have a Law Degree and a Life Coaching Certificate.[...]

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“Is the Lawyer in?”: Accessing Health Care in America

September 28th, 2022

By: Michele Johnson, JD


Jamal was a young, promising athlete whose coordination suddenly deteriorated, at only 12-years-old, with the onset of[...]

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No Borders for Those Who Fight

September 27th, 2022

By: Hugh Shirley, BS


"Não há fronteiras para os que exploram… não deve haver para os que lutam”—there are no borders for those who explore…[...]

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A Teaching Hospital Partnership with the Rosebud Sioux Tribe

September 21st, 2022

By: Matthew Tobey, MD, MPH and Damon Leader Charge


Beautiful Rosebud, South Dakota, is the home of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, or the Sicangu Oyate. In 2012, the Sicangu[...]

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The Various Faces of Trauma

July 1st, 2022

By: Samra Zafar


Trigger warning: Parts of this piece may be triggering. Please take the time and space to look after yourself and seek[...]

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