As this issue's cover story explains, generational differences can have a significant impact on working relationships and career decisions.
A recent discussion in a Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) community forum addressed things that physicians who are beginning their practicing careers should know.
Program Directors become role models for trainees. We try to inspire and motivate residents, offering career and life advice during what is a demanding three year training curriculum.
For questions about this series of teaching modules or the Waxman Clinical Skills Center, please contact the Education and Career Development Department at 215-351-2614 or send an email.
The story of his commitment to his patients and community inspired a generation to pursue careers in medicine.
Kohlwes said. “We have to show people why it's a great career,” he said. ... able to hit the ground running when they start their career in primary care,” he said.
A physician recounts colleagues she lost to physician suicide in her seven-year career as an attending hospitalist physician. ... We crafted a resolution with primary sponsorship by the Council of Early Career Physicians addressing transparency and
Regan Taylor, MD, FACP–Early Career Physician Award. Henry T. Lynch, MD, FACP–Walter J. ... Vinod E. Nambudiri, MD–Early Career Physician Award. Catherine C. Gerrish, MD, FACP–Laureate Award.
Most physician careers are going to be 35, 40, 45 years long, the bulk of which is going to be spent in practice. ... I have a fourth-year medical student as my older daughter, and I'm very excited for the potential for her career in medicine and all of
From residency onward throughout a physician's career, becoming a diagnostician requires the ability to distinguish important clues or details from those that are not as pertinent to the situation at ... So when in our careers do we become “experts”?