Health Disparities : Weaving A New Understanding Through Case Narratives
Ugh. I am ashamed to say that is the first word that comes to my mind when I see Jake’s name on my schedule for the day. He is 10 and he has been my patient since he was born. He has an 8-year-old sister Annie and a 5-year-old brother Jimmy. They usually all come in together with their mother even if only one of them has an appointment that day.
Pediatrics; Mental health; Medicine; Social Work; Medicine & Public Health; Health Psychology; Medical Sociology; Premedical Education; Family support
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