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Family physicians may encounter unfamiliar employment challenges in the short-term, but long-term job prospects remain promising.
The key to a fulfilling career is to know what’s important to you — from your mission, identity, and direction to family, fun, and finances — and then pursue that.
To get what you need to create a more ideal practice, you must learn to navigate the bureaucracy of your organization. Here’s how.
Research points to four factors that will help make your goals more effective.
The most unlikely of past experiences can shape who we are as physicians.
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.
Months of brutal chemotherapy will teach you a few things about yourself, your calling, and your community.
From signing bonuses to relocation and continuing education allowances, your employment contract needs to provide more than a competitive salary.
A physician battling illness has the added worry of who will care for his patients.
With tremendous change taking place in health care, the mood among family physicians is anxious, but there are reasons to be hopeful.