The board of directors

October 8, 2012
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Accepting board membership involves much more than saying, "Yes, I will do it." Before taking that step, potential members should understand the complexities of board membership and be prepared to make a commitment in time, education, and ethical considerations.

Many physicians have been “leaders” since childhood. The excellent performances that helped many of us earn medical school acceptances include positions as student council members, yearbook editors, sports team captains, and other positions in which our tendencies to excel led us into positions of influence. Hence, it is not surprising that many physicians achieve positions of leadership not only in medical settings but also in community, philanthropic, and political venues.

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CitationEar Nose Throat J. 2012 October;91(10):410-416