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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

Retirement — Hanging Up the Stethoscope

Neil Baum, MD


David F. Mobley, MD


Nov 8, 2022


Physician Leadership Journal


Volume 9, Number 3, Pages 60-61


doi:10.55834/plj.3815712930


Abstract

Physicians are well-educated in diagnosing and treating medical conditions but receive no guidance on how to exit the practice of medicine. As a result, few of us know when to leave the umbrella or the cocoon of healthcare. Even worse, we have no guidelines on what to do once we hang up the stethoscope and take down the shingle and how to go from working 60 hours a week to zero with nothing to fill the days.

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