By now you’ve heard all the assumptions that people make about doctors. You’re a bunch of wealthy, country-club Republicans driving Beemers and living near golf courses. Or are you?
The Internet has opened new doors of opportunity that have forever changed the way busy physicians, administrators, and clinical staff approach getting their continuing medical education.
One thing that creates friction in medical practices is the success and subsequent recognition of one of its members.
There are real challenges that face women who choose to be doctors. Many of them center on issues of respect and achieving work-life balance.
Your practice likely consumes most of your daily energy, but don't forget to save something for your family, too. A medical marriage often includes two busy professionals, and compromise is key.