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What defines the difference between doctors who were born into the "Millennial" generation (born between 1980 and 2000) and doctors from previous generations, and are those differences noteworthy or important to the way we think about this new generation of physicians?
Dr. Sachin Jain wrote about millennial physicians in a June column for Forbes magazine, and identified several key points:
Ultimately, Dr. Jain concludes that differences between generations of doctors are relatively small when compared to the wide range of differences between doctors of the same generation.
Read the full article about millennial physicians in ACP Internist.
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