From UCSF’s Public Medical Writing course
Jason Nagata "The Patient Rotation" JAMA Pediatrics
Andrew Lim "How Safety Net Ers Can Save Health Reform" KevinMD
Jennifer Stella “Doctors Think About Their Patients All the Time” KevinMD
Christine Henneberg “Through the Cracks” Family Medicine
From UCSF' Writing for Change Program
Jennifer Chang “It was Benign but Almost Killed Him” The New York Times
Anna Chodos "Falls and Holidays” KQED
David Dowdy "Trained to Avoid Primary Care” Annals of Internal Medicine
Palav Babaria “Threatened Hope – PEPFAR and health in Africa” New England Journal of Medicine
Christina Palmer “A Spoonful of Tax (Makes Obesity go down)” The Huffington Post
Other writings by UCSF students and residents
Dawn Maxey "Harbinger of Grief" University of New Mexico Medical Narrative Competition 2013 - 1st Place. "Obesity in the Field" Winner of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Essay Competition 2014.
Joshua Lang “What Happens to Women Denied Abortion?” The New York Times Sunday Magazine. “Awakening.” The Atlantic.
Brian Secemsky "Beyond Etiquette Based Medicine" BMJ. “It Is So Obvious That You Work the Hospital Night-Shift” The Huffington Post, 2014. “One Year Later: The Biggest Mistakes I Have Made as a Medical Writer” The Huffington Post, 2013.