5 things young physicians should know about mentor relationships
Seeking out mentors once you move from training to practice can be a bit more difficult, but it remains key to navigating your career.
Love and marriage ... and physician residency: How to make it work
Resident physicians and their spouses or significant others don’t have much time together. Learn how these couples make the most of it.
Why the transition to practice is harder for radiation oncologists
Research sheds light on how the challenge of transitioning from residency to attending physician varies by specialty. Learn more with the AMA.
Your medical school may offer coaching. Is it effective?
Ever more schools and residency programs are adopting academic coaching. New tools from the AMA help ensure that coaching is done right.
Why doctors marry doctors: Exploring medical marriages
Find out how often physicians marry other doctors or other health professionals and why these relationships can carry big upsides.
Medical residents: Here's how doctor burnout affects your marriage
New research explores the impact that residents’ high-stress existence has on their loved ones. Learn how residents' husbands and wives believe that things can be improved.
The power of the kitchen table consult
Their path toward moving medicine converged more than a decade ago in the AMA House of Delegates. Now their shared purpose starts closer to home.
In a dual-physician household? 5 ways to handle the challenges
Two female physicians offer five individual-level strategies to deal with strains of dual physician households, improve work-life balance and mitigate the risk of burnout.