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Whether it is from our patients, colleagues, or administration, the common theme seems to be: the pizza delivery to the breakroom (getting cold while I [...] [The harmful effects of shaming patients for self-education]( “Don’t confuse your Google search with my medical degree.” We’ve all seen the mug and likely had a little chuckle. Maybe it has even recalled to mind a particular patient or encounter. Other than thinking of it as a snarky joke (no shade on those of you who have one, truly), I have not given [...] [Surviving clinical rounds: tips and tales from a pediatric hematologist-oncologist [PODCAST]]( Today’s guest is Maha Al-Ghafry, a pediatric hematologist-oncologist who shares her experience with clinical rounds. 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