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Interpersonal skills, general
With communities facing so much unrest, here are two skills you can apply to help promote healing.
These simple tools can help you respond effectively when you feel emotionally hijacked by difficult people or circumstances.
It’s easy to feel impatient with ourselves and others these days. But research suggests impatience can be bad for our health. Here’s a better way to respond.
The wrong joke at the wrong time can shatter the doctor-patient relationship, but humor used wisely has health benefits and strengthens bonds in stressful situations.
With rudeness, discrimination, and violence on the rise, how do we take care of our patients while protecting ourselves?
This one skill separates the good from the great.
You couldn’t have made it through medical school and residency without a high intellect, but have you developed your emotional intelligence?
Leading up is about setting an example and building influence so you can be more effective. It starts with these seven skills.
We shouldn't try to carry the stress of patient care alone.
None of us wants to be "that doctor."