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Practicing for Practice is a handbook created for resident physicians who are on the threshold of entering practice and in the process of analyzing potential practice sites. The author believes there is sufficient information and enough advisors available on the business aspects, so those are not included. Rather, the emphasis is on the human aspects of choosing a practice and on understanding interpersonal relationships, topics that are extremely important but less frequently recognized by residents. This book will be especially valuable for residents in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics and Obstetrics-Gynecology because it relates humanity to hands-on patient care. All of this is accomplished in an upbeat, conversational tone, giving residents a viewpoint from which to evaluate potential opportunities at the time they are considering life-changing possibilities.

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