Yes, on many fronts, according to a review of literature on patient-physician relationships published in the American Medical Association Journal of Ethics.
Pediatric hematologist/oncologist Nicolas Peters, M.D., knew he had found a cure for burnout as soon as he arrived at his very first locums assignment.
Emergency medicine physician Reginald K. Franklin, M.D. has been practicing in his field for 25 years. He worked locums back in 2009 and 2010, and within the last two years, he has returned to take locums assignments with Cross Country Locums.
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Witnessing the birth of a baby never grows old for certified nurse midwife, Karen Watt. In 1980, Karen became a registered nurse and transitioned to midwifery nearly 25 years ago.
The Cross Country Locums team is excited to be onsite in Orlando Florida, attending the American Society of Anesthesiologists 2019 Annual Meeting beginning October 19th.
We are live! Today we’ve launched Cross Country Locums, formerly Medical Doctor Associates.
Cross Country is kicking off our celebration of National Locum Tenens Week with the unveiling of a new visual identity and enhanced website for Cross Country Locums.
The Cross Country Locums team is excited to be onsite in Chicago attending the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists 2019 Annual Congress.
Healthcare administrators can use locum tenens relief to alleviate physician burnout among medical staff. Learn more at MDA.