An article from Medscape looks at how established physicians look at working with new ones. The article starts:
“Younger professionals entering into any workplace have doubts and concerns about how their established peers feel about them. That’s especially true for freshly minted doctors. Having just finished the debt-laden, stressful grind that is medical school, they are eager to be seen as the medical professionals they are. But what do the doctors whose staffs they are joining actually think about them?
“We asked 10 doctors across eight different specialties to share their thoughts on their younger peers. Their candid responses suggest healthy amounts of respect, but also surprising insights that point not only to generational differences but also to potential changes on the horizon for medicine. Here’s what they had to say.”
To read the piece, please hit this link.