Our Doctors talk section is the place where you can share your opinions.
In the interviews gathered here you will find insights into the daily work of physicians with different backgrounds, as well as their opinions on hot topics in healthcare.
Dr. Michael Shanik is an endocrinologist living in Syosset, New York and has been practicing medicine for about 12 years.
He was inspired to go into medicine because of the nature of the field, being dedicated to helping people as a profession. He finds it rewarding and gratifying being able to help people.
Dr. Aaron Milstone is a pulmonologist in Franklin, Tennessee and has been in practice for more than 20 years, 15 of them as an Associate Professor in Medicine at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. In this interview to the M3 blog, the doctor shares the novelties in the treatment of COPD and asthma, his main areas of interest, and his opinions on e-cigarettes and home-test for sleep disorders.
Dr. An Pham, a pulmonologist from Pennsylvania, USA, shares his opinion on stress and quality of sleep, tobacco taxation, and advancements in procedures and drugs in the treatment of pulmonary conditions.
Dr. Devika Umashanker is an Obesity Medicine specialist practising in the US. In this interview with the M3 Blog, she speaks about fat-shaming, personalisation of treatment, the use of MDTs in the management of obesity issues, and taxing sugary products.
Dr. Feldman, a dermatologist specialising in the treatment of melanoma, practising for 30 years in the US, spoke to the M3 blog about prevention, new treatment developments and the changes in patients’ approaches to the condition.
Dr. Masoud Rezvani is a passionate surgeon practising in Virginia, USA. He spoke to the M3 blog about organ donation, access to healthcare in the US and what the surgeon of the future will look like
Diabetologist based in Sheffield, Dr. Soon Song spoke to M3 about the growing health threat that is diabetes, medical students, doctor-patient relationship and the future of the NHS
GP for over 15 years, Dr. Katharine Broad talks to the M3 Global Research blog about her routine in South London and her opinions on the future of healthcare in the UK