One Less Thing to Worry About

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Photography by Shaun Cole MD

Shaun Cole MD is an Emergency Medicine physician in Brooklyn, NY. His hobbies include photography, traveling and attending live music concerts.

Peruvian Travel Review and Cooking Experience

Miriam Korik OD and Justin Bazan OD are optometrists in private practice in Brooklyn, NY. You can find out more about their travel reviews and recommendations on their Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdventureswithMiriandJustin

Self-bout: Sparring with Heart Disease

Mitch Browne is a poet and bricklayer from the Blue Mountains in Australia. His work has been published in JAMA, Quadrant, ZineWest, Grieve Project and the Sydney Morning Herald.

Interview With Allison Kufta: The Art of Inspiration

Peter Park is a 4th year medical student at TCU School of Medicine. He is a Delegate for the AMA. In his spare time he enjoys writing narrative medicine, hiking and climbing. Ms. Allison Kufta is an artist based in Chicago, IL and medical student at the University of Illinois College of Medicine.

Kaeru – A Journey of Rediscovering Home Through Music

A vocalist, pianist, and internal medicine physician, Eki Shola uses her music as a conduit for healing. ASCAP Plus winner and selected ’23 people to watch in 2023′ by the Press Democrat, Eki Shola has shared the stage with Dr. Donald Byrd, Steve Turre and more and and has opened for various artists including Habib Koité, Bebel Gilberto, DakhaBrakha, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Lucky Otis, and Kitaro. The five-time NorBay Music awardee was selected to participate in the OBRAS foundation, Portugal artist residency and recently completed a Japan tour for her 5th solo album, 還 (Kaeru), recorded with local artists drummer Hidenori Tsugita, shamisen and shakuhachi musician, Uma Ebina, and Mongolian Morin Khuur musician, Tatsuya Okabayashi.

Photography Contest: The Appreciation of Small Things (Spring/ Summer 2024. Winner Receives $100 Dollar Cash Prize)

This contest invites healthcare professionals and healthcare students to capture photographic art that focuses on the small, often overlooked beauty of objects that we see daily. From the texture of a blade of grass to the way light dances on a glass surface, participants are encouraged to explore their environment closely. This challenge is not only about showcasing artistic skill, but also about encouraging us to appreciate life’s hidden details and magic in mundane moments.

Padel Tennis

Come to Williamsburg, Brooklyn to play some padel tennis at Padel Haus https://padel.haus. It’s highly addictive and super fun. The facility is brand new and beautiful. They even have a super user friendly app, that helps you jump in as a single player and join double match play! We’ve got a healthcare doubles tournament in the works down the road. If you’re interested in being added to the healthcare matchplay list send an email to sports@medmic.com

Surviving multiple cancers: a tale of blessings and exceptional doctors

Kim Downey PT is a seasoned healthcare professional and three time cancer survivor, She has experienced firsthand the challenges facing clinicians, including loss of autonomy, frustrations with the EMR, burnout, and moral injury. Her goal is to assist healthcare systems in creating and maintaining institutional initiatives and policy changes that promote a pervasive culture of caring and physician well-being.

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