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Young British Doctors Striking While Tempers Are Hot
Young British Doctors Striking While Tempers Are Hot
A strike of young physicians in Britain exposes faultlines in the country's National Health Service. But the relationship between the British and their universal health program is complicated.
Critical Care Physician Helps Others Unlock Their Full Potential
A South Carolina physician was a medical prodigy. Now he's written a book to help others reach their full potential.
America's “Cautiously Optimistic” Doctors
American physicians today are “cautiously optimistic” about the financial and operational health of their medical practices, according to a recent survey of more than 5,000 doctors nationwide.
The Careers in Medicine Club
Only a small percentage of the people who earn PhDs in biomedical research move into tenured and tenure-track positions in academia. Yet, the training of biomedical science graduate students is often still exclusively designed for academic employment.
Across the Great Plain of Poland, Part 1: To Wrocklaw and Poznan
It would appear that any part of North America which hopes to do well in the most modern of clean industries, tourism, suffers if all it has to offer the tourist is a great plain of featureless terrain. Poland, however, does not need to create museums across its great central lowlands, European history has already done that.
10 Questions You Should Be Asking Yourself
Asking yourself the right questions is an important first step for leaders who want to grow personally and professionally. Here are 10 questions to get you started.
With Long-Term Care, a Little Financial Planning Goes a Long Way
A large percentage of Americans will need long-term care at some point in their lives. But many are unprepared for the financial burden of that care.

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