Residents and Fellows: Your Guide to the Right Career Path

You’ve earned your medical degree, worked your way through your residency or fellowship program and are now on your way

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The Soft Skills You Need to be a Leader in Medicine

Medicine needs a strong core of leadership now more than ever. Medical students and new physicians spend massive amounts of

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Humanitarian Opportunities for Medical and Pre-Med Students

Although repeated to the point of being cliche, “to help people” is one of the most popular answers would-be doctors

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Not “Ours” Anymore: Sharing Our Doctor Spouses

By Amy Rakowczyk One thing is certain during medical school: your medical spouse is going to study and work a

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How Test Prep Prepares Me To Be An Effective Physician

Before medical school, the dream of becoming a physician involves helping people and curing disease. During medical school, that dream

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Managing Bipolar Disorder in Medical School

Two days before interviewing at the medical school I now attend, I couldn’t get out of bed. At the nadir

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Physician Burnout: What It Is and Its Impact on Future Doctors

Physician burnout is a widely discussed topic among practicing physicians and public health researchers. Many studies have been done showing

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Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Students With Disabilities in Medical School

By Lisa M. Meeks, Ph.D., UCSF School of Medicine, Gregory Moorehead, Ed.D. University of Chicago, and Timothy Montgomery, MA, University of California,

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Physician Employment Contracts Part II: The Story Continues

Make sure to check out Part I here! Today’s article takes a closer look at several key terms in employment

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