Physicians have demanding jobs and often make personal sacrifices to keep up with their workload. Millennials in the industry are writing a new prescription for time-saving tech and mental health support.
Anyone can use a little advice from someone who's "been there, done that," and the first year of medical school is no exception. Health eCareers rounded up a variety of tips, some serious, some funny, and all designed to make your first-year journey easier.
Jobs that were once the stuff of science fiction are now actual careers in the healthcare industry and on their way to becoming mainstream. They include synthetic organ designer, on-site 3D printing engineer, and artificial intelligence expert.
Choosing a location in which to practice as an Ob-Gyn is a big decision. Take a look at which cities will likely experience shortages of Ob-Gyns in coming years to help you determine where you'll be most appreciated.
It's hard to know what area of medicine to pursue, or if medicine is right for you at all. Shadowing a physician can give you a peek at your potential future to see if the real day-to-day experience suits you.
The world's most broadly adopted cloud platform has joined forces with the UC Davis Cloud Innovation Center to address challenges around digital health equity. It promises "great opportunity for economic growth and development for clinicians and engineers."