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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

PLJ - January/February 2023

Volume 10, Issue 1

PLJ - January/February 2023

A neonatologist shares the rewards and challenges of her career path.

PLJ - January/February 2023

Any degree or certification that has merit requires considerable time and effort. Obtaining another advanced degree is quite different from pursuing a medical degree.

PLJ - January/February 2023

Procrastination and poor planning can result in the need to continue working in some manner during retirement or reduce the income desired during the retirement years.

PLJ - January/February 2023

No one on the verge of retiring wants to suddenly realize they can’t afford to retire. That’s why it’s essential to start planning long before you hang up the stethoscope.

PLJ - January/February 2023

How to develop tough-mindedness in the face of criticism.

PLJ - January/February 2023

The healthcare industry continues to face an era of seismic change and disruption, one in which the demand for effective physician leadership is rising more dramatically than ever.

PLJ - January/February 2023

Good Samaritan laws are designed to encourage individuals, including physicians, to render medical care gratuitously in emergency situations. Through these laws, physicians who act in good faith to render emergency care gratis are provided immunity f...

PLJ - January/February 2023

The following are excerpts chosen by AAPL editorial staff, plus additional commentary from Peter Angood, MD, president and CEO of the American Association for Physician Leadership.

PLJ - January/February 2023

This article is for the leader who wants to understand followers better: their motivations, their varieties, and their insights.

PLJ - January/February 2023

A physician leader should understand the major components of construct, internal, and external validity not only for their own leadership research, but also for research and data that they consume in their roles as leaders.

PLJ - January/February 2023

Anesthesiologist and behavior management expert Matthew J. Mazurek, MD, MHA, CPE, FACHE, FASA, offers guidance on how to address physician impairment.

PLJ - January/February 2023

Author Sylvie Stacy, MD, MPH, discusses self-employment options available for nonclinical physicians.

PLJ - January/February 2023

The objective of this scoping review was to better understand the impact physician leaders have on QI and systems transformation, the factors that affect physicians’ abilities to lead QI, and how these insights may inform strategies to bolster rural ...

PLJ - January/February 2023

Health system leaders are facing a rapidly evolving workforce supply-demand problem in healthcare delivery. It is thus imperative for firms to leverage inclusion and belonging as strategies to navigate this change.

PLJ - January/February 2023

In this article, we discuss the personal traits and key behaviors that physician leaders must adopt to be effective in team-based management models.

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