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Some of us have fond memories working for other dentists. Our associate years were filled with knowledgeable mentors and professional growth. Some others of us had a rather mixed experience. We learned more about what not to do rather than what to do.
Do you have an unpleasant memory you’d like to get off your chest? Do you perhaps want to share a few words of caution with new dentists?
I’m collecting bad associateship stories and I’ll print (with names removed) the horrid details in our next issue of Principles of Practice Management. So please join us over at The Principles of Practice Management Private Facebook Page and let us hear about it. Or just bring a bag of popcorn to watch the fireworks. If you’d like to share a story but prefer to remain completely anonymous, feel free to email me privately at [email protected] and I will keep everything strictly confidential.
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