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Catherine Hambley, PhD

Catherine Hambley, PhD

Catherine Hambley, PhD, is an organizational psychologist who leverages brain science to promote effectiveness and positive change in her work with organizations, teams, and leaders. In addition to her extensive background in healthcare, she has worked across a wide array of industries, from Fortune 100 companies to non-profit organizations. She may be reached at editor@physicianspractice.com.

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Part 1 of a 2-part series on developing a more stress resilient brain and being able to more effectively run your practice.

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Show more compassion to patients, enhance your listening skills, and improving your decision-making abilities with mindfulness.

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You can't change the trajectory of medicine, but there are strategies you can take to get back to why you went into the field in the first place.

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Every practice manager dreads having a difficult conversation with a staff member. Here are some strategies to get through one successfully.

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It can be hard to have conversations when patients are non-compliant or being given bad news. Here are some strategies to manage these exchanges.

If you want to leverage the potential of your staff and set them up for success, then help each person plan for excellence by a creating unique performance plans.

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The results of the 2016 Great American Physician (GAP) survey are revealing; most physicians don't have enough time for their personal life.

Learn how you and your medical practice staff can get the most out of your meetings and leave feeling a sense of accomplishment and connection.

Agile leadership means finding out what's important to your staff members, then using that unique knowledge to conquer problems and encourage excellence.

In the rush of daily practice it is easy to miss what patients are feeling. But often just a few minutes of mindful attention can make all the difference.

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