Career Management

The ABCs of getting started in practice It’s frustrating to work for someone else, isn’t it? If you’ve been an associate for a couple of years, you’re probably chomping at the bit to get started in your own practice. In order to move forward with your own practice, you first need to make som...

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What to do if you’ve been sued Word on the street has it that for every ten years in practice, you’re likely to be sued by a patient at least once. We’ve discussed how you can avoid a lawsuit, but sometimes there are factors beyond your control. In the event that you are sued, where […]...

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How to avoid a lawsuit

November 19, 2019

How to avoid a lawsuit Today’s litigious society is fraught with the possibility of patient altercations. Accusations of negligence, or worse, malpractice, are a consistent threat to daily practice. While we’re sure you would never intend to create a situation requiring legal intervention, thing...

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5 Ways to get involved in Research We all know that research is a great way to learn more about a particular part of your field, and also a way to set yourself apart. But sometimes getting involved in research can feel completely inaccessible to the average student, and some may even feel that they ...

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5 Ways to Stay On Top of Your Dental School Requirements Clinic has finally arrived after 2 years of didactic coursework. All those nights in the library dreaming of doing your first root canal are suddenly a reality. Yet somehow you suddenly see yourself a week into clinic with no patients and virt...

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