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For Residents archives: On the job

Clinical depression: more than just residency blues
Getting past old stigmas is the key to recognizing symptoms—and helping vulnerable residents (December 2000)

Facing up to an occupational hazard: substance abuse
Substance abuse affects one in six residents. Here are some warning signs and ways you can help (February 2000)

The telltale signs of possible substance abuse
Know when to intervene when a colleague has a drug abuse problem (February 2000)

Learning to work with nurses as partners in care
Nurses can help improve patient care and navigate hospital wards-if residents let them (September 1998)

Why residents should 'fess up to their mistakes
Errors provide an opportunity to learn—if handled the right way (December 1996)

How to handle conflicts with your medical team
Basic communication and negotiation skills can help avert destructive conflicts (October 1995)

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