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Andrew M. Kates, MD, Harlan M. Krumholz, MD, SM, Larry Husten, PhD, and L. David Hillis, MD
A brief posting in the Wall Street Journal Health Blog on the clash of generations in the medical workplace recently caught our attention. The Blog summarizes a commentary by Sharon Phelan in Obstetrics & Gynecology, which posits that ”different attitudes about work and life held by members of different generations can create tensions and clashes in the workplace.” (Think “Marcus Welby, MD” vs. “Scrubs.”) Older physicians are more likely to place their careers first, while younger physicians are more likely to place family first. Here’s what Phelan told the Health Blog: “’The… Continue Reading
Harlan M. Krumholz, MD, SM
Welcome to the remodeled CardioExchange: We hope you like our new look! In our efforts to develop a website that promotes learning and discussion about our rapidly evolving field, we’ve been listening and learning. We have many new features. Some of the most prominent are: You can now see all of the activity on the site from the new homepage, including newly uploaded posts and comments. You can now make anonymous comments. Many people think this may foster more discussion. We are eager to see whether that happens. You can now… Continue Reading