In part 2 of our roundtable, three doctors vent about EHRs and extol the virtues of having a balanced work and home life.
Medical schools are having a hard time getting students to go into primary care. One school is trying to reverse this trend.
In part one of our younger physician roundtable, three doctors expand on the toughest challenges faced in their burgeoning careers.
Although women make up half of medical students and greater than a third of attending physicians, medicine has its fair share of problems.
Why is Quinnipiac University's Frank H. Netter M.D. School of Medicine focused on training primary-care physicians? The founding Dean explains more.
Here is an in-depth look at the top five and bottom five performing states in all Best States to Practice categories.
Why Mississippi, Texas, Alaska, California, and Arkansas stand above the rest in terms of being the "Best States to Practice."
One physician nearly died from a ruptured tumor in her liver. From this life threatening experience, she learned the importance of empathy in medicine.
When you get out of residency, you have to make a few career defining decisions. You also have a lot of questions that will need to be answered.
This family medicine doc weighs the satisfaction of the job with the various challenges — finan-cial or otherwise — she faces.