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Survey gauges burnout, bias, finances across medical specialties

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

Plastic surgery ranks seventh on a list of specialties with the highest burnout rates last year, with the average severity rating at 4.3 on a seven-point scale, a Medscape survey of more than 14,000 physicians from over 27 specialties found. The survey also found differences between male and female plastic surgeons regarding bias, savings and debt. Medscape (free registration) (01/11)


How to avoid, treat complications from fillers, neuromodulators

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 20, 2017

Demand rises for upper arm treatments

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 20, 2017

Study: Residual edema detected more than 1 year post-rhinoplasty

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 20, 2017

Body dysmorphic disorder may be more prevalent, tougher to spot than believed

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 20, 2017

Fashion models may be losing clout as beauty icons

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

Study finds low complication rates for trichloroacetic acid peels

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

Malpractice laws not linked to better outcomes

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

Bicoronal incision tool affects postoperative alopecia risk

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 20, 2017

Genitourinary injuries becoming more common among male service members

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017


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