Bill speaks with Greg Tice, the managing director of the Seattle Study Club. The two discuss the importance of group dynamics and how crucial they are for learning in the medical field. Greg speaks about the Seattle Study Club’s curriculum and how interactive, collaborative learning is the best way to improve lesson retention. The two mention their experiences in the medical field and how lectures alone may be ineffective in the learning process.
Topics include the importance of teaching leadership, branding, defining profit and transforming a medical practice into a business. This episode helps explain trust’s role in the medical learning process and why it is crucial to look beyond a practitioner’s existing knowledge for practice growth. With a proper willingness to grow and learn from those around you, Bill and Greg agree that medical practitioners can skyrocket their practice potential.