Job satisfaction

Mar 2006 Issue
What to Do When the Thrill Is Gone [The Last Word]

With a little soul-searching, you can conquer boredom in your life and work.

Jan 2006 Issue
Rekindling the Fire of Family Medicine [Editorial]

The article examines common causes of professional dissatisfaction among physicians and suggests possible solutions.

Jun 2005 Issue
Expanding Your Practice Through Niche Services [Feature]

The article outlines how four family physicians have implemented niche services into their practices. The services include cosmetic laser services, hearing testing, retinal exams, blood draws and X-rays.

May 2005 Issue
Working in a Toxic Environment [Editor's Page]

May 2005 Issue
The Danger of a Dysfunctional Medical Practice [Feature]

The author discusses developing and implementing a conflict resolution policy for a family practice.

Sep 2004 Issue
Making a Living and a Life [Balancing Act]

The author outlines a goal-setting process he has used throughout his career to help him achieve personal and professional satisfaction.

Nov-Dec 2003 Issue
Family Medicine Takes Center Stage [Feature]

Using data collected from the Future of Family Medicine Project, the article offers information regarding how patients view FPs and what they want from them. The article also provides an update on the project itself.

Oct 2003 Issue
Rediscovering the Joy of Family Practice [Feature]

The author, a family physician, explores ways to inject enthusiasm and joy into your work as a physician, in order to provide better care to your patients and avoid job burnout.

Sep 2003 Issue
Creating a Vital, Burnout-Proof Practice [Feature]

The article walks physicians through the issues they must explore before starting or joining a new practice, from figuring out the number of hours they'd like to work per week to figuring out their scope of practice.

Jun 2003 Issue
A Funny Thing Happened Today at the Office [Balancing Act]

The author, a nurse, describes how adding levity to the daily practice of medicine can create camaraderie among staff and benefit patients.

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