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Articles tagged with "Professionalism"
Committees lack the one-on-one relationship that is the backbone of early career training
Imagine coming into your practice one morning to discover that your entire staff has quit. There are no two-week notices, no leaves of absence, and no one has stuck around to answer your questions—they all just walk out the door.
What can college athletics show us about teaching medicine?
It is time to examine the role of race in the care we provide
In which an angry letter finds its mark, to no avail
Each year, fraud and abuse cost the Medicare and Medicaid programs billions of dollars. What is the difference between fraud and abuse? The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services define fraud and abuse as two different offenses…
Pitfalls to avoid and habits that protect you from malpractice suits
Marilee K. Phillips, RN, is a little out of breath and losing her voice. She’ll excuse herself several times as we talk to clear her throat, but she won’t ask to reschedule. She doesn’t want to say it, but there’s probably no other time to do this interview. In fact, she managed to squeeze it in just before a nursing meeting she’ll have to race to. In the circus of rheumatology, she’s the juggler.
Rheumatology training programs adopt computerized fellowship selection