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    Top 5 Dr. Rosevear blogs of 2017

    Colorado urologist Henry Rosevear, MD’s blog posts remain popular with readers, and with his thoughtful, down-to-earth style of pondering and analyzing topics of interest to the practicing urologist, it’s not hard to see why. His writing also encompasses a broad range of topics, as our look at his most well-read posts from 2017 demonstrates. Here are the top five blog posts from Dr. Rosevear this year.

    Burnout, biopsy, BPH, and more: Post-AUA review

    Dr. Rosevear’s personal highlights from the 2017 AUA annual meeting also included a course on chemotherapy and immunotherapy as well as new guideline presentations. Read more

    Do you own an S corp? Why I made the switch

    Dr. Rosevear discusses the pros and cons of S corporations and explains why he decided to create one. Read more

    Physician employment: Both good and bad results

    The trend toward hospitals directly employing urologists to do private practice urology raises a few important questions worth exploring, writes Dr. Rosevear. Read more

    The ‘post-truth’ world: How it’s drifting into medicine

    "I feel that I spend more time in clinic trying to educate my patients on the misinformation they see on TV or in print than I do actually practicing medicine," laments Dr. Rosevear. Read more

    Pain control: Let’s rethink our prescribing habits

    In this blog post, Dr. Rosevear apologizes to those he may have hurt with prescriptions he wrote for narcotics to control pain and describes the two-step process he uses for pain control. Read more

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