Understanding, accomodating generational differences
Some veteran doctors take offense at the high value younger physicians place on work-life balance, flexibility, and limited leadership commitment, saying it’s disloyal and signifies a poor work ethic.
However, there are younger physicians who say they’ve developed some of these views after witnessing older doctors’ struggles in the field, and they don’t want to go down the same road.
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