Behind the white coats: Looking at the lifestyles of today’s physicians

When we visit our physicians, we usually don’t think about the commitment they made to be able to treat us — four years of medical school, three to seven years of residency, another few years of fellowship. Most likely, physicians have spent seven to 10 years of their lives preparing to practice medicine. But that across-the-board time commitment doesn’t make all physicians the same

When we visit our physicians, we usually don’t think about the commitment they made to be able to treat us — four years of medical school, three to seven years of residency, another few years of fellowship. Most likely, physicians have spent seven to 10 years of their lives preparing to practice medicine. But that across-the-board time commitment doesn’t make all physicians the same

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Behind the white coats: Looking at the lifestyles of today’s physicians