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  • - Speak freely and anonymously if you wish
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DISCUSSIONS BETWEEN DOCTORS ARE IN OUR DNA

SERMO is Latin for conversations – we’re a virtual doctors lounge where physicians discuss their day-to-day successes and struggles, administrative frustrations, funny patient encounters and more. They share the latest medical research, debate policy, vent about frustrations, trade tips and tricks for practice management, and celebrate each others’ work. The network provides a place for doctors to unite and be heard.

Most content on SERMO is clinical in nature, and content can be shared with over 90 specialties and sub-specialties. Beyond clinical discussions, members are invited to discuss topics like:

  • Ethics and Philosophy
  • Medicolegal topics
  • Events & Conferences
  • Politics & Reform
  • Finance & Investing
  • Practice Management
  • Job Listings
  • Technology/EM

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HOW REAL DOCTORS FEEL ABOUT DISCUSSIONS ON SERMO

    What you’ve missed on SERMO lately!

    Digoxin Death Knell Sounded At ACC 2017?

    +APRIL 17, 2017

    By Dr. Anthony Pearson Digoxin has been in a state of clinical equipoise for the last few years as evidence mounted ... More

    The Case of 7-Year-Old Billy with ADHD

    +APRIL 14, 2017

    By a Pediatrician in Australia Many kids (and adults) have no filter and just say whatever comes into their heads or is on ... More

    Congenital Syphilis Surges in the U.S.

    +APRIL 12, 2017

    April is STD Awareness Month. Over the month, the CDC will be presenting a series of posts around this year's theme, "Syphilis ... More

    Alarmingly High Rate of Subclinical Thrombosis Post TAVR

    +APRIL 10, 2017

    By Dr. Anthony Pearson A 90-year-old patient of mine who was 4 months post transcatheter aortic-valve replacement ... More

    The Challenge of Delivering Bad News to an MD Colleague

    +APRIL 7, 2017

    By a Hematologist Oncologist in the US I met a wonderful patient - a very bright, almost-retired internist who had trained at ... More

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