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Thursday Nov 07, 2019

Share the Art of Medicine by Embracing the Role of Mentor

As the breadth of medical education expands, Alan Schwartzstein, M.D., writes in this Leader Voices Blog post that physicians should make time to teach students the basic skill of building relationships with patients.


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Posted at 04:20PM Nov 07, 2019 by Alan Schwartzstein, M.D. | Comments [0]

Friday Nov 01, 2019

Five Books, Five Podcasts for Every Medical Student

Margaret Miller's peers asked her for recommendations on books and podcasts that can benefit medical students. In this Leader Voices Blog post, she picks her top five in both categories.


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Posted at 01:15PM Nov 01, 2019 by Margaret Miller | Comments [0]

Wednesday Sep 04, 2019

For New Intern, the Future Is Challenging -- and Bright

In this Leader Voices Blog post, recent medical school graduate Chandler Stisher, M.D., shares the challenges of transitioning from student to intern as well as his excitement for what lies ahead.


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Posted at 01:59PM Sep 04, 2019 by Chandler Stisher | Comments [0]

Friday Jul 26, 2019

National Conference Helped Set Our Family Medicine Paths

In this video post from the event, Michelle Byrne, M.D., M.P.H., the resident member of the AAFP Board of Directors, and student Board member Chandler Stisher, M.D., discuss how the National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students influenced their career paths.


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Posted at 06:18PM Jul 26, 2019 by Michelle Byrne, M.D., M.P.H., and Chandler Stisher, M.D., M.P.H. | Comments [0]

Wednesday Jun 19, 2019

Mentoring Is Key to Expanding Primary Care Pipeline

Reaching family medicine's ambitious workforce goals will take creativity and collaboration. Dennis Gingrich, M.D., offers an example that has made a difference in Pennsylvania.


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Posted at 02:01PM Jun 19, 2019 by Dennis Gingrich, M.D. | Comments [0]

Wednesday May 29, 2019

Weight of New 'M.D.' Carries Rewarding Responsibility

Newly graduated family physician Chandler Stisher, M.D., M.P.H., reflects on what the two new letters after his name mean for him, his patients and his community.


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Posted at 04:06PM May 29, 2019 by Chandler Stisher | Comments [0]

Friday Mar 15, 2019

We Matched! Now What?

Chandler Stisher was one of thousands of fourth-year medical students who matched to family medicine residency programs on Friday. In this Leader Voices Blog post, he shares some of the words that resonated most strongly with him as he approached Match Day.


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Posted at 12:30PM Mar 15, 2019 by Chandler Stisher | Comments [0]

Thursday Mar 07, 2019

Spread the Word: Teaching Health Centers Deserve Support

Bills have been introduced in Congress that would authorize funding for the teaching health center program. Resident Michelle Byrne, M.D., M.P.H., makes the case for supporting the model, and tells others how they can help.


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Posted at 02:54PM Mar 07, 2019 by Michelle Byrne, M.D., M.P.H. | Comments [0]

Monday Feb 25, 2019

Finding the Right Mentor Is Worth the Quest

Mentors, regardless of specialty, can have a profound effect on students. AAFP President-elect Gary LeRoy, M.D., writes in this Leader Voices Blog post that a surgeon helped start him on his way to a career in medicine.


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Posted at 02:28PM Feb 25, 2019 by Gary LeRoy, M.D. | Comments [0]

Monday Feb 04, 2019

True Mentors Help Students Find Where They Belong

Medical student Chandler Stisher writes that family medicine mentors should show students how the specialty aligns with their interests.


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Posted at 01:09PM Feb 04, 2019 by Chandler Stisher | Comments [0]

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