Month: July 2014

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Women Surgeon Leaders for the 21st Century

25 Jul 2014

By: SreyRam Kuy, MD, MHS     Part I: The Status of Women in Leadership Roles, Changing Culture and Leadership Training   “If you're offered a seat on a rocket ship, don't ask what...

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Running a Multi-Disciplinary Breast Center

24 Jul 2014

by: Holly Mason, MD FACSOne of the great challenges and great accomplishments of my career has been the oversight of the Baystate Breast & Wellness Center. Under one roof, patients can u...

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Adding a Business Degree to Your Repertoire

22 Jul 2014

By: Christina Cellini, MD, FACS, FASCRSWe’ve all heard it before – “medicine is a business.”  While it sounds distasteful to some, there is no denying that this is true to a large degree ...

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Sub-internship Success: A How-to Guide

17 Jul 2014

by Callie Thompson, MD and Jane Zhao, MDFor those who are not familiar: A sub-internship is a rotation that a medical student does, in their fourth (and last) year, in which they are expected to funct...

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Mentorship

10 Jul 2014

By: Shilpa S. Murthy, MD, MPHSocrates mentorship of Plato lead to advancements in philosophy and science. William Halstead’s mentorship style, based on Socrates’ teaching methods, lead to Harvey C...

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My International Surgery Elective

10 Jul 2014

by Jane Zhao, MDIn April 2014 I spent a month with the Department of Surgery at the Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University – Huangdao Branch. It was a marvelous experience, and I was asked to sha...