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Reimbursement Basics in Gastroenterology  
Writing in the fall 2016 issue of The New Gastroenterologist, Dawn L. Francis, MD, MPH, walks readers through the foundation of coding and reimbursement for GIs in practice.

Tips and Advice for Writing Abstracts for Scientific Meetings
In the The New Gastroenterologist, Richard M. Peek Jr., MD, current co-editor of Gastroenterology, discusses his suggestions for writing a great abstract. 

Disability Insurance for the Young Physician and the Importance of the Future Insurance Option
Michael R. Mazzarella, president of Physicians Consulting Group LLC, describes the benefits and detriments of various policies in The New Gastroenterologist summer 2016 issue. 

Postfellowship Pathways: Pursuing a Career in Private Practice
Nelson Garcia Jr., MD, AGAF, explores his career experience in private group practice in the spring 2016 issue of The New Gastroenterologist. 

Becoming a Clinician Educator: Lessons Learned
In Gastroenterology, Dr. Lawrence S. Friedman provides career guidance for GIs looking to become educators.

 

Beginning a Research Career?

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The NIH Loan Repayment Programs encourage promising researchers and scientists to pursue research careers by repaying up to $35,000 of their qualified student loan debt each year.

Going Into Clinical Practice?

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Are You Ready? What Every GI Fellow Should Know About Choosing a Clinical Practice

Going Into Practice: A Guide for the GI Physician

 

Prepare for the Board Exam

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American Board of Internal Medicine

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The World Gastroenterology Organization

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