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You're already a leader in the exam room, but what about beyond?
A successful transition from training to practice hinges on prudent personal and professional development.
Some introspection now may prevent a lot of regret later.
July/August 2013 Issue
Making Sense of the Trend Toward Hospital Employment [From the Editor]
More hospitals are courting physicians, and more physicians are accepting their offers, but why?
A family physician shares what he learned about leadership when he was no longer captain of the ship.
The first challenge of employed practice is to analyze your contract – before you sign.
This special report reviews the value of family medicine, the challenges it faces, and AAFP data on the nature of family medicine practice today.
Practicing in a large organization requires skills you may not have needed in independent practice.
If you see these warning signs, run – don't walk – away from the practice.
Developing a leave plan can help your partners and your patients feel more comfortable with your time away.