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Close to the Heart

Spend a few minutes with Wendy Woods-Swafford MD., M.P.H., and you quickly sense just how deep...

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Finding Greatness in His Profession - One Patient at a Time

One of the first things Nick Fustino, MD, said to us was, “The first time I heard the term...

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No Hugs Required: Real Empathy in the Exam Room

Jill Kruse, MD, doesn't see empathy as another thing to do, but as an essential ingredient for...

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Want to Engage Your Patients? Begin with Acknowledgement

The increased chatter we’re all hearing around engaging patients (AKA: “How in the world can I...

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Second to Nothing

Of course, patients want a clinically capable physician, but have no idea what we are really...

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Learning As We Go

 For this Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist, a physician’s technical skills matter greatly. But...

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The Patient Experience: Must It Be This Hard?

Q: As our group’s Medical Director, I am constantly having to talk with colleagues about patient...

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Eliminating Conversation Clutter

Q: We’re a busy internal medicine group. Some of our physicians see far fewer patients and it’s...

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In The End

Join Richard C. Senelick, MD and other specialists as they share stories and techniques to help...

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Building Clinician Resiliency: A Conversation With Bryan Sexton, PhD

About half of my colleagues develop an almost instantaneous allergic reaction to the term...

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