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Administrative Leadership: Nephrologists in Non-nephrology Leadership Roles

      Nephrologists, perhaps more than other physicians, are drawn to health-care leadership positions. In this article, we consider reasons that nephrologists are uniquely suited to serve in these roles. We briefly review key aspects of leadership principles and skills. Finally, we discuss routes to non-nephrology leadership for younger members of the profession.

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