Author Archives: Tim Laux

The Art of Letting Go and the Mandate of Going Further

This piece was previously published in the National Medical Journal of India, Volume 29, Number 1, 2016, pages 30-31, and reprinted with permission.   In Read More

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The Natural Attorneys of the Electronic Medical Record

I suspect one of the struggles of formal medical education curricula has been addressing public health, social justice and advocacy questions. The educator must strive Read More

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Helpful Instructional Video on FASH (“Focused Assessment with (Ultra)Sonography for TB-HIV”)

I recently completed a stretch of Night Float during residency and, in the rare lulls, found myself trying to brush up or learn the basics Read More

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Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemic in Central America

Compared to just a few years ago, there now seems to be a flurry of publications–at least monthly, if not more often–related to regional nephropathies. Read More

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