Career management

May/June 2021 Issue
Coping With Impostor Syndrome [The Last Word]

Even accomplished physicians can experience self-doubt. These tips can help you move past it.

January/February 2021 Issue
Employment and Contract Considerations for Family Physicians in the Era of COVID-19 [Feature]

Family physicians may encounter unfamiliar employment challenges in the short-term, but long-term job prospects remain promising.

July/August 2020 Issue
Developing Your Professional Career Plan [Feature]

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.

May/June 2020 Issue
A Physician’s Guide to Navigating a Bureaucracy [Feature]

To get what you need to create a more ideal practice, you must learn to navigate the bureaucracy of your organization. Here’s how.

January/February 2020 Issue
Goal-Setting Theory for the New Year [From the Editor]

Research points to four factors that will help make your goals more effective.

September/October 2019 Issue
Three Essential Skills for a Doctor That I Learned From an After-School Job as a Youth [The Last Word]

The most unlikely of past experiences can shape who we are as physicians.

September/October 2018 Issue
How to Have a Good Goodbye [The Last Word]

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.

September/October 2017 Issue
Remission! What Surviving Cancer Has Taught Me [The Last Word]

Months of brutal chemotherapy will teach you a few things about yourself, your calling, and your community.

September/October 2017 Issue
Evaluating Physician Employment Contracts: How Do Your Benefits Measure Up? [Feature]

From signing bonuses to relocation and continuing education allowances, your employment contract needs to provide more than a competitive salary.

May/June 2017 Issue
Keeping Your Practice Going When You Can't [The Last Word]

A physician battling illness has the added worry of who will care for his patients.

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