Many hospitalists within the Pediatric Hospital Medicine community are concerned that the current certification process excludes competent individuals from our field.
A series of interviews with hospital medicine clinicians, continuing with Atashi Mandal. Gain insights from their knowledge and expertise.
The switch from in-person to virtual takes away a personal touch, but also offers some convenience hospitals may continue to use.
HIIT has become very popular in exercise and training environments because it allows you to accomplish a lot of work in a short amount of time.
Invest in yourself and the leader you want to be.
A series of interviews with hospital medicine clinicians, continuing with Teela Crecelius. Gain insights from their knowledge and expertise.
Silver linings emerge for hospitalists.
For hospitalists with ever-increasing patient care and administrative responsibilities, it can be challenging to keep up with the updates in our field.
The Physicians in Training (PIT) committee is one of 15 that advises the board of SHM.
A series of interviews with hospital medicine clinicians, continuing with Bridget McGrath. Gain insights from their knowledge and expertise.
Were we ever meant to belong to the hospital as our name and title suggest?
They’ve been called heroes and godsends and walked out of work to applause from passersby. That respect and admiration was a balm to overworked hospitalists.
Hospitalists are finding opportunities to improve quality for their hospitals and health systems, taking on roles as co-managers and consultants.
A series of interviews with hospitalists, starting with Ryan Nelson. Gain insights from their knowledge and expertise.
While preparing for National Hospitalist Day, I began reflecting on how fortunate I am to be a hospitalist.
System thinking to the bedside and bedside to systems thinkers.
Finishing residency and beginning a career in hospital medicine is an exhilarating time of autonomy, unlike any time during residency.
A hospital medicine fellowship combines the best of hospital medicine with the opportunity for physicians to specialize early in their careers.
Graceful self-promotion — a way of speaking diplomatically and strategically about yourself and your accomplishments — is a key behavior to achieve professional success in medicine.
Leaders must learn to go slow when hiring for their team.