Some physicians may regret their career choice, but there are still ways to have fulfilling careers in medicine.
A recent report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) finds that the words physicians use are more important than they might realize. In fact, they could contribute to your economic success and your reputation as a physician.
Medical school enrollment has traditionally been dominated by men-until now.
The economy is going gangbusters. According to an American Medical Association report, that's due in part to the healthcare industry.
Do patients prefer Marcus Welby, MD, or Derek Shepherd, McDreamy, for their physician? The former, a well-seasoned veteran of medical science, the latter, a recently educated young doctor?
Thinking of holding an open house to introduce your new practice, welcome a new physician or tell the community about a new service or treatment you’re offering? You may be on the right track.
New CDC guidelines suggest greater immunization rates, so practices should review programs
Most physicians have incredibly hectic work lives filled with people (the sheer number of patients seen daily), conditions (the vast amount of diagnoses made per week), and stories (the close calls, exciting cases and thrills of practicing medicine), so it seems only natural physicians have a lot to blog about.