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career development
A resident recalls observing a master surgeon working in perfect concert with his team—and taking away lessons to apply to his own training and career.
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Jason J. Han, MD
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career development
It is very likely that you will be presented with a potential contract or term sheet either during or immediately after the second visit.
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Nahush A. Mokadam, MD
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Career Development Blog
Virtual interviews are now a part of our lives. It may be for the better: decreased time away, less cost, more discretion (if you are looking to change jobs), and an easy opportunity to get to know a group.  
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Nahush A. Mokadam, MD
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Aspiring CT Surgeons Blog
It is intern year. My pager is beeping uncontrollably as I wait on hold with radiology to expedite a scan. I go over my color-coded check boxes...
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Anna Olds, MD
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Aspiring CT Surgeons Blog
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Mahnoor Imran, MD
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Career Development Blog
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Brian A. Mitzman, MD
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Career Development Blog
Considerations for early career surgeons to help achieve greater success in leading an OR team
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Erin A. Gillaspie, MD, MPH
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Career Development Blog
By Melanie A. Edwards, MD | May 3, 2022
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Melanie A. Edwards, MD
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Career Development Blog
Diversity, equity, and inclusion in medicine are of paramount importance. It is well known that a diverse medical workforce leads to better patient care, outcomes, and trainee education.
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Luis A. Godoy, MD
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Career Development Blog
As an early career surgeon, you don’t want to be left on an island without the backing of your partners and department leaders., Robert M. Van Haren, MD, MsPH
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Robert M. Van Haren, MD, MsPH