more interest in primary care as a career path. ... career path.
In addition, around the world the practice of medicine is an honor, and internists seek recognition for their career accomplishments. ... Early-career physicians, residents, and fellows seek advice from the College about career advancement and
Kathleen Blair, DO, Early Career Physician Award. Pamela Hiebert, MD, FACP, Laureate Award. ... Robert Neal Axon, MD, Early Career Physician Award. Raymond McIntosh Chapman, MD, FACP, Laureate Award.
You too have had to make choices in your careers and personal lives. ... General internal medicine is in crisis, with very few choosing it as a career.
Did the award propel the recipients to greater career heights? Two awardees thought not, at least not the award itself. ... I believe we have learned that awards, though not always instrumental in propelling a recipient's career, can in fact be
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,
The American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) has honored ACP Hospitalist with a silver award for best regular department, “Your Career.”.
Sessions on May 14 and 15 covered such topics as COVID-19, career skills, and racial justice, with ACP Resident/Fellow and Medical Student Members sharing their stories and College leaders,
Both are career military doctors stationed at Brooke Army Medical Center in Texas. ... Having those certificates can really help them with their careers,” Dr.
Dr. Johnson had a long and distinguished career as an academician, clinician, administrator, leader and mentor.