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Stress and change
A response to the article in this issue by Kilo and Endsley.
Argues that the IHI IDCOP project is needed, that today's office practice is hopelessly broken and in need of replacement.
Hold on to your heritage as a family physician. It may save the health care system, or at least save your patient from it.
Tomorrow's family physicians need new knowledge and skills to help them be old-fashioned family doctors.
What challenges and opportunities await in the next few years? Here's the answer, from 14 perspectives.
This article outlines how to deal with termination both professionally and personally and offers strategies for finding a new position or establishing a new practice.
Would administrative medicine be a good fit for you? Here are some issues you should think about as you consider the switch.
Here are ideas you can use to replace your burnout with the joy you once felt for practicing family medicine.
Your clinical practice has planted the seeds of leadership skills, but they need intensive cultivation to flourish.
Do you feel you're losing control over your practice? Read how one family physician has learned to manage both planned and unexpected changes.