What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore— And then run? Does it stink like rotten me...
First job: After finishing my pre-med courses (I had been a history major and decided on medicine late in my undergraduate career), I worked as a health educator by day ... Most meaningful professional accomplishment: I was fortunate to receive a career
Dan Matlock, MD, Early Career Physician Award. Ted Parks, MD, Service to the Chapter Award. ... Robert Fine, MD, FACP, Laureate Award. Aaron Samsula, MD, FACP, Early Career Physician Leader of the Year Award.
to face in their careers. ... In unpublished data, we've found that in some specialties such as neurosurgery, the average physician may spend almost 30% of their career with an active malpractice case looming.
build their medical careers.
Dr. Johnson had a long and distinguished career as an academician, clinician, administrator, leader and mentor.
Throughout his career, Dr. Addington's research focused on tuberculosis, asthma of patients in the inner city, and cystic fibrosis.
Featured in the current issue:. May's issue of ACP Hospitalist features articles on part-time careers, coding and the latest clinical and research news. ... Part-time careers. While hospitalists typically go part-time in the interest of work-life balance,
An ACP member throughout his career, Dr. Bryan has earned the College's Laureate Award, Centennial Legacy Award, and Nicholas E. ... Like Osler, I was interested in everything about medicine. … I've been fortunate in my career to have transitioned
He began his medical career at a hospital in Buffalo, before moving to Washington, D.C., where he practiced medicine at Georgetown University Hospital.