UME and GME need to move beyond a culture that sees med students and residents as different species and find a common language—and metrics—for both.
Leading organizations in diabetes prevention call for continued funding of the CDC’s effective, low-cost program to block onset of the disease.
A social psychologist says that only by addressing breakdowns in physician engagement on a systemwide level will the incidence of burnout diminish.
Residents can benefit from a variety of insurance options, the counsel of a seasoned financial advisor and skills in employee-contract negotiations.
Recent studies reveal that physicians’ gestures, language and level of warmth can have an impact that exceeds patients’ subjective experience of care.