Jeffrey M Suchniak, M.D., decided to make a home and career in rural North Carolina. Here, he shares his decision, the pros and cons he has confronted, and he offers advice to colleagues who may consider a similar move.
A disruptive physician isn’t necessarily aggressive in an obviously obnoxious way. The disruption may come from behaving in a way that interferes with others’ work, not communicating across specialties or teams, or failing to give or receive effective feedback. Here’s what you can do to avoid a disrespectful and non-professional environment.
As opposed to trying to balance personal and professional commitments, dermatologists should align values and strengths and build their lives around these. One expert explains how one’s passion can translate to work.
Dermatologists have enjoyed being ranked last or near last among medical specialties when it comes to burnout. But a new study tells a different story. Learn the factors and what derms are doing to combat burnout.
Running a busy practice is no easy task. The good news, according to a expert dermatologists, is that there are several applications and gadgets that promise to help at least streamline what dermatologists do.