Balance – The Key to Satisfaction

The stresses and strains that inevitably accompany your life as a resident or fellow are considerable. As hectic as a typical day feels, the challenging pace can actually help prepare you for the next stages in your career advancement—but you must learn to achieve a healthy balance between your work and your life outside of work. Read more…

Best Practices for Chief Residents

Every Chief Resident wants his or her year to be the best it can be. The best for the program, best for patients, best for the residents, and best for the Chief. One of the most effective ways to set  the highest standards for your own program is to learn from what others have done before.
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Creating an Accountability Culture

Your year as Chief Resident or Senior Fellow offers a wealth of opportunities for establishing life-long work habits and philosophies that can sustain a fruitful and successful medical career. One of the most important skills to cultivate is a commitment to a culture of accountability.
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Credentialing

By getting through medical school and residency, you prove that you have one important character trait: perseverance!
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Conducting an Effective Job Search

After several years of significant effort, you are now ready to begin your search for the perfect medical practice opportunity. Maybe you have already practiced and are looking for a change.
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