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Letter from the Editor

These 3 stories also provide actionable advice on how to use an electronic medical record more efficiently, how to employ social media to further your career and care, and how to ... Shifting focus to the young, a career story provides expert
May 2016

One size does not fit all

If your wife decides she doesn't like the weather in Buffalo, you can certainly leave, but you have to start over,” said Stephen Houff, MD, chief executive officer of HMG
September 2008

Job hunting in a down economy

Mathews said. “You should be looking at whether the community meets your needs, and if the hospitalist group is a good fit. ... said. “Your reason for changing jobs shouldn't just be that you are trying to make more money, or work less,” Mr.
May 2009

Succeeding as a new hospitalist

Getting a sense of the hospitalist group's culture and overall mission is key to determining whether it is a match with your career goals, said Edward Ma, MD, ACP Member, ... Farnan. “Getting involved may help you find out what you want to focus your
July 2012

Letter from the Editor

In our cover story, we look at what an MBA degree or targeted business courses can do for your career, and how to find the type of program that will work ... health care. We welcome your opinions on our January issue, as well as on the topics you'd like
January 2008

The hospitalist teacher

Bedside rounding combines medical education and patient care.
August 2008

Following the focused practice pathway

Hospitalists discuss pros and cons of recertification option.
September 2016

Can women have it all?

Successful female hospitalists offered these tips for keeping your career on track while raising a family:. ... Speak up about your career goals and about how much responsibility you are willing to take on.
July 2013

When hospitalists marry: A boon for work-life balance

One of the key things about a hospitalist career is the fixed hours,” said Douglas Paauw, FACP, professor and head of general internal medicine at the University of Washington Medical Center. ... Arora and Meltzer, for example. “If your shifts are
October 2008

Pandemic parenting as a physician

If this is really important to you, this will really advance your career, and this is something you think is important, then let's put it on the table. ... Sit with your employer. Everything is negotiable, and that's something I found tremendously helpful
October 2020

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