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M3 Pulse

Every month, the M3 Pulse covers one of the latest topics in healthcare. You too can share your opinion and find out what your colleagues think about the latest topic.

The M3 Pulse consists of a single-question survey that we send to our community every month about the latest topics in healthcare. Join our panel if you want to take part in the largest medical community.

 

The question is typically closed-ended requiring a simple single-choice answer. Participation is completely free and anonymous.   

The results of the survey are presented in the following month, via emailsocial media, and here on the Blog, make sure to check out the results to see how your opinion compares to your colleagues around the world.

 

Find out about the results from previous editions.

European migrant crisis

European migrant crisis and health systems

According to the UN Refugee Agency, more than 65 million people are estimated to be displaced worldwide, with European countries registering over two million asylum applications since January 2015. The number of people moving for

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healthy food

Food as Medicine: two scenarios

What might happen if Medicare and Medicaid covered 30% of healthy food purchases? A team of researches from Tufts University, lead by Yujin Lee, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow at Friedman School of Nutrition Science and

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Breaking bad news

Breaking bad news to patients

Breaking bad news is always a complex and sensitive task that requires practice and a considerate, tactful approach. In addition to the verbal component of providing medical information, it also requires other skills such as responding

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Employee well-being

Employee well-being in healthcare systems

Keeping employees healthy and happy is pivotal to ensure optimum performance and progression of any business, particularly in hospitals and healthcare systems. Common strategies that can be taken within a company may include free eye

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No Vaccine, No Admittance?

No Vaccine, No Admittance?

Vaccine hesitancy has become a complex global problem. This hesitancy threatens to reverse progress made in tackling vaccine-preventable diseases. And as such, more doctors have implemented policies of dismissing families who refuse to vaccinate their

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Brexit

Ten threats to global health in 2019

The World Health Organization recently compiled a list of some of the biggest threats to global health in 2019. Millions of lives could be in jeopardy unless these threats are addressed. Here’s a snapshot of

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