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Develop Resiliency: A How-to Guide

What is resiliency? Medical schools say they desire this in candidates and in response applicants strive to demonstrate this quality ...
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How To Do Well In Medical School – 3 Reasons Why You Need A Daily Task List

Medical school is chaotic. You are balancing school itself, the extracurriculars helping to propel you towards a residency, maintaining the ...
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This Father of Two Traded in Sales for Scrubs – Anatomy of a Nontraditional Medical Student

As a pharmaceutical salesman, Michael McGlue had worked in the health care industry for several years and held a Master ...
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Why Most Medical Students and Doctors are Hypocrites (And How We Can Change)

Social Histories If you were to sit in on any routine doctor’s visit, you are bound to hear a few ...
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7 Key Factors for Choosing the RIGHT Location for Your Medical Practice

Becoming a physician is a long, arduous journey. After many years of hard work, you finally reach the point of ...
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Debunking the ‘Doctor Type’

Sometimes, your greatest obstacles can be in your own head. Take resident physician Kyle Evers, MD. Throughout high school, he ...
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Top Medical Innovations – December

The series "Top Medical Innovations", will select a company, an invention, or breakthrough research that we feel can change the ...
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Surviving a Brain Hemorrhage: An Excerpt from “I’m Never Ill”

I awoke from a coma on Good Friday 2009. I’d love to say that I arose on Easter Sunday, but ...
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Better to Burnout than Fade Away?

Physician burnout is a hot topic lately.  The trade magazines, e-mails, and even popular media have been featuring stories on physician ...
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