Opinions

Niusha Bavadian Niusha Bavadian (1 Posts)

Contributing Writer

UC Riverside School of Medicine





Reproductive Rights Reflection

She doesn’t know that, just on the other side of the door, there is a beautiful room filled with the smell of eucalyptus, sounds of water trickling and dimmed lighting dedicated to putting her mind at rest. That next to that is a room full of grateful and relieved women looking forward to the rest of their lives.

Physicians as Leaders: The Need for a Novel Curriculum Addressing Health Care Reform

Nationally, our current medical education model fails to address the fundamental tenets of the U.S. health care system, health care policy, and business management. Despite the recent major shift in health care policy, medical schools have proved universally inept at equipping future doctors with the knowledge and tools they need to influence policy in their professional field and to thrive in their careers.

The Romantic Patient

A glimpse into today’s media is enough to understand the general attitude of modern medicine and health care. While the majority of the population regards scientific progress as a blessing, a not-so-small minority is fearful of how this will negatively impact their health.

Nitin Venugopal Nitin Venugopal (2 Posts)

Writer-in-Training

Medical College of Georgia


Nitin Venugopal is part of the class of 2020 at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA. He is from Atlanta and graduated from Georgia Tech in 2016 with a BS in Industrial Engineering. His interests include population health and health policy.