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Career Development Opportunities for Physicians with Ivo Drury, MD/MBA
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Title Career Development Opportunities for Physicians with Ivo Drury, MD/MBA
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Description Kent Bottles, MD, interviews Ivo Drury, MD/MBA, of Career Consulting for Physicians. They discuss career development opportunities for physicians, some of the current dilemmas facing medical practitioners, the value of additional degrees, and whether there was a generational divide in attitudes within the medical profession.
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