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Doctors, Collectors, Artists: Art and Science Converge
Doctors have been collectors and artists for centuries, expressing their artistic side even though they're trained as scientists.
Determining Whether a Physician is Competent to Practice Medicine is Complex
Regardless of the stage of a physician’s career, he/she should remember the importance of learning new ways to practice medicine reaffirming the important current competence.
The Positive Aspects of Non-Clinical Jobs
More and more physicians are exploring medical careers outside patient care. Even if you're still passionate about your clinical work, it is never a bad time to move forward toward new challenges and skills. Continue below to see if a non-clinical role is right for you.
The PMD Critical List: Who Are Your Favorite Patients?
The PMD Critical List for the week of December 26 is packed with the top healthcare stories circling the Web.
The PMD Critical List: Inventor of the Heimlich Maneuver Passes Away
This week's PMD Critical List is packed with the top healthcare stories circling the Web.
Book Review: Blue Latitudes, and How the Maritime World Changed the South Seas Forever
It's the third and final part of analyzing the book, Blue Latitudes, Boldly Going Where Captain Cook Has Gone Before, and how it applies to modern day.
The PMD Critical List: Doctors Need Specific Empathy Skills
Empathy is different from compassion â€“ and physicians need to be good at it. That story tops this weekâ€™s PMD Critical List.
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