Aug 02 17:03

Medical Leadership

A commentary in this week’s Journal of the American Medical Association explores the need for leadership among health professionals:

What if during their medical school interview, bright college students challenged their interviewers to explain what the school does to help the community and how the school’s activities encompass the priorities of a better health care delivery system, better public health, and the social determinants of health? What if before joining a specialty society, physicians inquired about the society’s plan for improving health in a manner that the United States can afford and asked if the society’s meetings would include presentations by individuals who have other than a medical background?

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