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July-September 2017| Vol 2| Issue 3

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The role of plastic surgery in global health: A narrative review

Background: There is growing awareness of the substantial global burden of surgical disease. Conditions treated effectively by plastic and reconstructive procedures make a large proportion of...


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Financial management in a medical career

Medical students often graduate with substantial debt, receive low incomes early in their careers postgraduation, and commence work having had little or no training in financial management. Furtherm...


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Career building starts in the mind

There is enormous flexibility in the careers of medical professionals. Careers can be defining, motivating, and inspiring. Careers require continual and active engagement in their construction, and ...


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Stress management in a medical career

Stress is both the psychological and physical experienced when an individual perceives their resources as insufficient to cope with the demands of a situation. A medical career can be stressful. The...


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Time management in a medical career

Time management is an essential skill in doctors. Work in the medical profession can be high stress, with multiple conflicting demands, and often involves unsocial hours. Time management is necessar...


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