The Aging Clinician: When Should Older Clinicians' Cognitive Abilities Be Evaluated?, Part 2

The Aging Clinician: When Should Older Clinicians' Cognitive...

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As physicians age, they experience the inevitable decline of cognitive and physical function. It is not clear how that affects clinical practice. Jeffrey Saver, MD, vice chair of neurology at UCLA and a JAMA Associate Editor, discusses how to best assess the clinical performance of aging physicians. The Aging Clinician: When Should Older Clinicians' Cognitive Abilities Be Evaluated?, Part 1 Read the article: Cognitive Testing of Older Clinicians ...
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As physicians age, they experience the inevitable decline of cognitive and physical function. It is not clear how that affects clinical practice. Jeffrey Saver, MD, vice chair of neurology at UCLA and a JAMA Associate Editor, discusses how to best assess the clinical performance of aging physicians. The Aging Clinician: When Should Older Clinicians' Cognitive Abilities Be Evaluated?, Part 1 Read the article: Cognitive Testing of Older Clinicians ...
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