This balancing act is like a novice conductor leading a symphony orchestra. For the music to be beautiful, each member and the conductor must execute their roles well and in harmony, just as I and other healthcare professionals must do for our patients.
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Explore This IssueJuly 2017
I look forward to a long and satisfying career in rheumatology.
Santosh Bhusal, MD, is an instructor in medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Terence Starz, MD, is a clinical professor of medicine in the Division of Rheumatology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and is in practice at Arthritis and Internal Medicine Associates–UPMC in the Western Pennsylvania area. In addition, he is involved in clinical research projects, including rheumatoid arthritis outcome studies, and has participated in classification and intervention studies in fibromyalgia. He serves on the ARHP Practice Committee.