#MeToo in medicine: The after effects of harassment
Many sexual harassment and discrimination events are not reported by medical students. Learn about the psychological effects and legal ramifications.
Avoid "elder-speak" with your senior patients
That’s one practice tip from a physician expert who explains why there needs to be a greater emphasis on geriatrics in medical training.
Feeling burned out? Try picking up the phone to call your coach
Professional coaching may be one effective strategy to reduce physician burnout and improve well-being, says research published in JAMA. Learn how it works.
How previsit labs lead to richer patient-physician conversations
Learn more from the AMA on how to get the most out of previsit laboratory testing.
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Free med school still rare, but you can lessen your loan burden
Premeds overwhelmingly support free medical school tuition, a survey says. That’s unlikely to happen to be an option for most new medical students, so here’s what to do next.
#MeToo in medicine: We can all be allies
Harassment is more common in historically male-dominated fields, such as medicine. Learn how to prevent a hostile work environment.
Teamwork, tech help this Privia physician rediscover joy in practice
To maintain his autonomy and independence, Joseph DeVeau, MD, became part of a larger organization and began practicing team-based care.
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