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Becoming Human Again

24 Apr 2019

By Susana Vargas-Pinto Sign out. Rounds. Run the list. Check labs and images. Do the orders, start the notes and check my ‘to-do-list’ boxes for the day. Done! A series of events perfectly orc...

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How soon is too soon?

17 Apr 2019

“Fifty percent of physicians leave their first job within 5 years.”  This statistic rang through my head as I sat looking at the computer screen.  My mentor from fellowship had emailed ...

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The Give and Take of Surgery

11 Apr 2019

By Simone Betchen I recently applied to an executive MBA program and was asked the essay question based on Adam Grant’s groundbreaking TedTalk “Are You a Giver or a Taker?”.  He describes t...

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You Matched, Now What?

08 Apr 2019

By Camila Guetter Congratulations! After years of preparation and a long interview trail, you have matched! And although this very important step is finally over, another even more crucial journey...

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Practice Finances

28 Mar 2019

By Feibi Zheng For those in academic and/or employed practice, your practice finances can seem like a black box. Whether you are salaried, on a production model or a blend of both, I encourage you...

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Save your rear

14 Mar 2019

By Anne Fabrizio Buttocks. Butt. Bum. Booty. Badonkadonk.  That’s just a few ways we refer to our bottoms.  We speak freely about our rear ends when it comes to dancing or working out....

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What I’ve learned in private practice

06 Mar 2019

By Emily Murphy Full disclosure: I am a private practice surgeon in the truest sense of the term, I am a partner in a six-person group who provides care at a 545-bed hospital almost exclusively. Fu...