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While I am the first to admit to having pursued past research in this mindset (perhaps too publicly), I know that I am not the last -- so much so that many readers within my field won't bat an eye when agreeing to have done this at some point in their medical careers. Continue reading
<a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brian-secemsky/a-push-to-publish_b_3020293.html" target="_hplink"><img alt="2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpg" src="http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpg" width="300" height="50" /></a>While I am the first to admit to having pursued past research in this mindset (perhaps too publicly), I know that I am not the last -- so much so that many readers within my field won't bat an eye when agreeing to have done this at some point in their medical careers. Continue reading
Here are a few important and often unrecognized considerations that patients and their families should be aware of when discussing code status with their health care team. Continue reading
Here are a few important and often unrecognized considerations that patients and their families should be aware of when discussing code status with their health care team. Continue reading
Although I continue to believe that these professional qualities are paramount to excellent patient care, I am finding that other, less-obvious proficiencies are also required. Ironically, these skills that I have in mind involve a field what we as physicians know least about: business. Continue reading
Although I continue to believe that these professional qualities are paramount to excellent patient care, I am finding that other, less-obvious proficiencies are also required. Ironically, these skills that I have in mind involve a field what we... Continue reading
This is not a ruthless attempt to crush your dreams and passions. This is not an op-ed on our current health care system. This is targeted toward individuals who are considering medical school in order to practice clinical medicine, written by a ... Continue reading
This is not a ruthless attempt to crush your dreams and passions. This is not an op-ed on our current health care system. This is targeted toward individuals who are considering medical school in order to practice clinical medicine, written by a physician in postgraduate training. Continue reading
Although it often happens, we do not expect to make new life-long friends. But we do expect to work with individuals that are not only focused on becoming well-trained physicians, but also admired colleagues. Continue reading
Although it often happens, we do not expect to make new life-long friends. But we do expect to work with individuals that are not only focused on becoming well-trained physicians, but also admired colleagues. Continue reading
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