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Jill Gilbert, MD

Articles

A Primer for New Fellows

September 14th 2022

Jill Gilbert, MD, offers advice for the start of a new fellowship in oncology and hematology.

If We Want to Be Heard, We Must Speak Up

July 9th 2022

Jill Gilbert, MD, urges healthcare providers to undertake the process of visible and courageous support of the truth in the medical field.

On the Beauty of Thorns

March 29th 2022

Jill Gilbert, MD, discusses pandemic fatigue, loss of connection, and frustration at the collapse of the social contract.

Cautiously Reentering the World

December 25th 2021

A little self-reflection and a lot of self-compassion go a long way in a world of immense change.

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome as a New Fellow

October 7th 2021

Jill Gilbert, MD, discusses overcoming imposter syndrome in fellowship.

Preparing and Delivering a Virtual Learning Session

August 27th 2021

Strategies are important to optimize learning in the virtual environment including speaker preparation, creating a virtual learning climate, and encouraging and enhancing interaction.

Success Beyond Science: Becoming a Hematologist/Oncologist

August 22nd 2021

The ability to reflect and boldly choose a professional identity should be discussed, encouraged, and nurtured in every individual.

Oncology Has Lessons to Learn From the COVID-19 Pandemic

May 17th 2021

The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic has forever changed our world. We must remember the heavy societal burden this virus has wrought, including lives lost, the significant and debilitating late effects for survivors, and the mental health crisis for survivors, caregivers, and the general population.

Now Is the Time for Action in Oncology

October 23rd 2020

Over the years, Oncology Fellows has covered many topics including emerging areas of clinical care, the business of medicine, and wellness and burnout, among others.

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