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  • Creating a Culture of Productivity - The New Chief Resident

    As you don your new Chief Resident or Senior Fellow scrubs you should try to remember two things - all eyes will be upon you to set an example, and it's your job to build and nurture a productivity culture . Your peers and faculty members will be observing how you interact with other peers, residents, support staff, administrators and above all patients. They will be watching for and analyzing how you respond to adversity. This may be as ...
  • Creating a Culture of Productivity - A Resident's Perspective

    Team for Life Your goal as a resident is to learn as much as you can in preparation for your future professional practice. However during this time of intense study and training, you should also remember to focus on building strong and potentially lasting friendships with other members of your team. Not too long ago, you were in a classroom setting where the majority of your learning was essentially one-on-one you and the lab, you and the text, ...
  • Tools for Communicating Effectively with Patients

    How do you get people to act upon requests or messages whether we are talking to one person or many? Perhaps there are times when you question if a patients will ever follow through on an agreed upon decision. As healthcare professionals, the ability to communicate effectively is imperative. Whether you are speaking one-on-one or to a small group, wouldn't you like patients to remember your message? What if after leaving your office they ...
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