Columnist for the British Medical Journal
David Loxterkamp, M.D. now writes for the “Observations” column in the British Medical Journal. Prior to this, he published a number of essays in the BMJ, most recently “Humanism in the Time of Metrics” (19 September 2013).
His column is called “Letters from New England” and focuses on issues of relationship, community, and rural practice.
Staying ahead of getting behind: reflections on scarcity
(BMJ, Letter from New England, Published 10 April 2014)
No mission without the marginalized: the scope of family medicine
(BMJ, Letter from New England, Published 26 February 2014)