Publications

2018
Karan A and Hansen N. 2/2018. “Does the Stockholm Syndrome Affect Female Sex Workers? The Case for a "Sonagachi Syndrome.".” BMC International Health and Human Rights .
1/2018. “The Forgotten Needs of Refugees from Hurricane Irma .” NPR.
1/2018. “When the Prescription is Not a Medicine but a Home.” Huffington Post.
2017
10/2017. “Code Blue Confusion: He'd Checked 'DNR' But Wanted to Live.” WBUR Boston.
8/2017. “Why Doctors Need to Remember That Sick Patients Were Once Healthy People.” WBUR Boston.
7/2017. “Against Medical Advice: Sometimes, When Patients Defy Accepted Wisdom, So Must Doctors..” WBUR Boston.
7/2017. “'Trumpcare' is Dangerous to the American Healthcare System.” The Wire.
6/2017. “Has Medical Education Done a Disservice to New Physicians?.” The BMJ.
6/2017. “Incarceration is a Dead End in the Opioid Epidemic.” AL.com.
6/2017. “Some Thoughts from a New Doctor.” Huffington Post.
5/2017. “What we say to our patients matters, but how we say it matters more.” The BMJ.
4/2017. “The Surprising Wishes of India's Sex Workers.” NPR.
4/2017. “Why Mentorship Matters: Global Health Research Mentorship in LMICs.” PLoS.
4/2017. “#WorldMalariaDay: Can Nets and Sprays Keep the Bugs Away?.” PLoS.
4/2017. “Understanding Leadership: What a Surgeon, a Senator, and the Former President of Mexico Have in Common.” Huffington Post.
3/2017. “Do doctors’ other motivations, like the need for sleep, affect patient care? .” STAT News.
3/2017. “A Doctor’s Dilemma: How We Confront Two “Right” Choices in Medicine & Public Health.” Huffington Post.
3/2017. “A Doctor's Dilemma: A Case of Two "Right" Answers.” The Hastings Center.
3/2017. “Revisiting health as a human right—does everyone have a right to be healthy?.” The BMJ.
2/2017. “Medical students need to be quizzed, but ‘pimping’ isn’t effective.” STAT News.

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