FPM Department Collection
The Last Word
Personal essays on the practice of family medicine.
What if we could talk about medical mistakes without fear of judgment or punishment?
The most unlikely of past experiences can shape who we are as physicians.
Health care is fragmented enough, so why would we want to fragment it even more?
What if EHRs, MIPS, and MACRA all stood for something else--something truly meaningful?
External motivators don’t work for long.
Don't let their bad behavior make you a bad doctor.
This one skill separates the good from the great.
When it's time to move on because of a new job, retirement, or a life change, these six things can help you say goodbye well.
Resilience is a powerful weapon against burnout.
These eight lessons can help you avoid burnout and enjoy medicine.