NEJM Group Open Forum – Take part in the conversation!

Posted by • April 7th, 2015

These active and engaging discussions are happening now on the NEJM Group Open Forum on Read the questions and answers posted so far, like, share and comment to become a part of the conversation.

Women Transforming the Culture of Medicine: How do women physicians communicate with each other and with their male colleagues? Can the culture of medicine be improved by more inclusion of women in leadership roles? Part 4 of a 6 part discussion series featuring women physicians, brought to you by the NEJM CareerCenter, starts today on the NEJM Group Open Forum, and continues through April 16.

Extracting the Benefits of a Mentorship:  How do you find the right mentor? We’re talking to successful mentor/mentee pairs to see how they made it happen in part 3 of the NEJM CareerCenter discussion series featuring women physicians.  This discussion is ongoing through April 9.

Detecting Trisomies in a General Population: Ask the authors about a new study that confirms cell-free DNA (cfDNA) testing is superior to routine screening for detecting trisomies among pregnant women in a general prenatal screening population.  This discussion is ongoing through April 10.

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