Mayo Clinic's Complete Guide for Family Physicians and Residents in Training.Based upon decades of physicians' valuable experience working in the Mayo Clinic Department of Family Medicine, this essential, all-bases-covered guide offers an unparalleled look into real-world family practice medicine and residency.Mayo Clinic's Complete Guide for Family Physicians and Residents in Training captures life inside a family practice and residency, and tackles day-to-day issues that affect every aspect of career satisfaction, professional challenges and performance, and opportunities for growth. Packed with qpearlsq on the full spectrum of experience in family-practice medicine and training, from veteran family physicians, this indispensable career guide takes you through everything from professional associations to achieving balance in your life. It can help you: Learn the history and issues of family practice; Discover what's involved in rotations, hospital rounds, and outpatient clinics; Choose a residency that's right for you; Consider options in family practice, such as a focus on sports medicine, obstetrics, or geriatrics.Learn what to expect in certification and recertification exams; Evaluate financial and liability issues; Obtain a grant and conduct research; Improve time-management skills, patient-physician relationships, and professional interactions; Leverage computer technology; Handle managed care issues effectively; Be a good mentor; And more.For anyone considering family practice medicine, this hands-on survival guide to professional life is a virtual necessity. For anyone already in this field, it's an invaluable asset, offering techniques and tips that can help you get more outof your career, and manage it more effectively.... to a slit lamp, they should be skilled with an ophthalmoscope, a Snellen eye chart, and a fluorescein eye examination. ... Another reference commonly used in the hospital setting is the extremely helpful The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobialanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mayo Clinic's Complete Guide for Family Physicians and Residents in Training|
|Author||:||Robert L. Bratton|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill - 2000|