Danielle Ofri
Danielle Ofri

Danielle Ofri is an internist at Bellevue Hospital, an associate professor of medicine at NYU, and editor in chief of the Bellevue Literary Review. Her latest book is What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear.

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Feb. 7 2017 2:31 PMIs Your Doctor Listening?We often criticize patients for how little they retain about their medical visit. But how much do doctors remember?
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Oct. 7 2016 11:36 AMThe Insanity of Doctor RecertificationEven the American Board of Internal Medicine knows this test is worthless. So why am I still taking it?
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Sept. 22 2013 7:30 PMMy Leap of Faith in MedicineI have an M.D. and Ph.D., but when my son had a minor procedure, I was terrified.
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July 10 2013 12:26 PMPatients Need PoetryAnd so do doctors.
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Jan. 19 2017 9:15 AMShould Doctors Treat Trump Anxiety?Americans’ election-induced worries are not going away. How should doctors help their patients cope?
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Sept. 25 2014 8:51 AMTyranny of PerfectionWhy do doctors have such a high rate of suicide?
Future Tense
Aug. 5 2013 12:27 PMThe Doctor Will See Your Electronic Medical Record Now
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June 4 2013 8:27 AMThe Darkest Year of Medical SchoolStudents come in altruistic and empathetic. They leave jaded and bitter.