Monthly Archives: September 2013

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    Using Team-based Care to Mitigate the Family Physician Shortage

Using Team-based Care to Mitigate the Family Physician Shortage

This time last year we discussed the effects of the predicted family doctor shortage and ways the family physician community can combat this deficit. To ensure there will be an adequate supply of physicians to take on new patients, experts proposed decreasing the training period for PCPs, increasing family medicine recruitment from medical schools, […]

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    Residents and Med Students: Dealing with the Threat of Disability

Residents and Med Students: Dealing with the Threat of Disability

As a medical student or resident, you’re probably not thinking about how a serious injury or illness could affect your ability to practice medicine. You’re young, healthy and can’t wait to become a full-time family physician. It hasn’t occurred to you that if suddenly you were unable to treat your patients for an extended […]

Interview Tips for Physicians in Training

Are you a medical student who is a few years away from interviewing for a residency program? Or maybe you’re a senior who is scheduled for an interview tomorrow morning. Either way, you will need to be equipped with the proper tools to ace even the most difficult questions. In preparation, here are some […]