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Tips for New Doctors (and a Few for New Attendings) | ASCO Connection

Each July 1, hospitals around the country are flooded with eager newly minted physicians. New interns are learning how to be doctors. New residents are learning how to take on a more senior role and teach their interns while leading a team. New fellows are learning how to see the big picture while also learning the intricacies of their specialty. New attendings are learning how to put everything together and take on the ultimate responsibility of being the final decision makers with their patients. It is an exciting time!

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