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New Doctors, New Choices: The Delicate Work/Life Balance Tim Murphy, MSIV, University of Connecticut , School of Medicine, Farmington, CT During my third-year rotations, I was frequently regaled with
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Taking it Slow We all experience different things in residency and come away with different perspectives, but there are a few things we all share in training. A constant sense of pressure and the nee
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Confronting Failure, Building Resilience Whether it is in the classroom — or worse, in our caring for patients — eventually we will all experience failure and disappointment. FAILURE. It's something
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12 Ways to Prosper in Emergency Medicine After 35 years in emergency medicine, you gain a little more than just medical knowledge. The day in and day out, grueling aspects of our chosen field can som
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A Different Perspective Ian and I found out we were pregnant on the Sunday after Thanksgiving – one month along; everything seemed to be going right in life, and this just felt like it was meant to b
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The Times They are A'Changing The world of emergency medicine education has been inundated by talk of competency-based assessments. As you may have noticed, the Milestones have arrived, and they've b
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The Leadership Pipeline: Engaging the Next Generation of Leaders ACEP13 was a celebration of emergency medicine's tremendous  past and its bright future. We commemorated those who founded and shaped
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Reflections of a Rising MSIV The Darkest Year? A recent article in Slate magazine describes the transition from preclinical to clinical medical education as the “darkest” year of medical school. It