4 key public speaking tips for physicians
Doctors are uniquely qualified to shape public discourse on health care. Learn more from the AMA on how to effectively get your message across.
This surgical resident learns a new skill: How to consult for TV
Grey’s Anatomy is seen by millions each week, but how accurate are the cases? AMA member and show consultant Michael Metzner, MD, offers an inside look.
Residents: 4 benefits to making public health part of your career
Incorporating public health into your practice as a resident can be rewarding and offer interesting opportunities to move medicine forward.
Medical School Life
Effective med student-entrepreneurs have these 5 traits
For some students, a desire to innovate begins in medical school. What do students need to succeed? One entrepreneurship expert weighs in
Patient Support & Advocacy
Why physicians should engage the podcast generation
After an impressive two-hour interview on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” author Peter Hotez, MD,PhD, answered our questions about the opportunities physicians should explore on podcasts.
Your practice doors are open. Now make sure exam rooms are full
Start by knowing that you are a brand, one that patients often will connect with online. Potential referring colleagues require a more personal touch.
5 reasons why physicians should use social media professionally
If your social media use is limited to watching the latest cat videos making the rounds, consider this advice on what your physician career could be missing.
Transition to Practice
Want to follow a nonclinical career path? Here’s how it’s done.
Working in the news media, the courts or in academia are among the paths that diverge from full-time patient care. Learn more about alternative-career options from three physicians who’ve been there.
Medical School Life
Entrepreneurship can start in med school. Here’s what to know.
As a medical student, you can envision ideas that change health care. Here are tips from an expert on how to bring your idea to life.