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The Best Career Advice for Physicians

Good advice — the kind that sticks with you and serves you well — is priceless. We asked physicians and clinical staff to share the best career-related guidance they ever received. Here's what they said.


Don Pederson, Ph.D., PA-C provides care to a patient in Nepal

Volunteering to help in an international crisis is laudable. But make sure to conduct your due diligence first.

It is vital for physicians to break out of their individual silos of expertise and network with their peers and colleagues.

Taking an active role in professional associations can benefit physicians through networking opportunities, policy alerts, and continuing education.

Physicians are known for putting in long hours, but when does it become a real problem? Here are eight signs that it's time to slow down.

Seven Social Skills They Don't Teach in Medical School

Patients and colleagues benefit from a physician's ability to communicate with confidence. Mastering such skills leads to increased career satisfaction.

Studies show that positive reinforcement is far more powerful than negative directives. Here are seven positive ways to engage your staff.

To be a better leader at your medical practice, get out of the office and consider these three strategies to engage with your staff.


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